How to Say Dad in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

In America, he can be pa, pop or daddy. Ever wonder what people in other countries call their dear old dads? Find out in this list of how to say dad in different languages.

Chinese – bà (爸)
Danish – far
Dutch – pa
Finnish – isä
French – papa
German – papa
Greek – bampás (μπαμπάς)
Icelandic – pabbi
Irish – daidí
Italian – papà
Japanese – Otōsan (お父さん)
Norwegian – pappa
Portuguese – pai
Russian – papa (папа)
Spanish – papá
Swedish – pappa
Vietnamese – cha
Welsh – dad

Need a more formal word? Learn how to say father in different languages.

At Learn How to Say, we love to learn, too. Native speakers of any language, feel free to add to this list, make corrections, suggest other ways of saying dad, give pronunciation tips, explain usage or just say hello in the comment area below. Many thanks!

How to Say Red in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

Here’s how to say red in different languages:

Chinese –  hóng sè (红色)

Danish – rød

Dutch – rood

Finnish – punainen

French – rouge

German – rot

Greek – kókkino (κόκκινο)

Haitian Creole – wouj

Icelandic – rauður

Irish – dearg

Italian – rosso

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Japanese – aka (赤)

Norwegian – red

Portuguese – vermelho

Russian – krasnuĭ (красный)

Spanish – rojo

Swedish – rött

Vietnamese – đỏ

Welsh – coch

How to Say Father in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

Here is a list of how to say father in different languages.

 

Chinese – Fùqīn (父亲)
Danish – far
Dutch – vader
Finnish – isä
French – père
German – Vater
Greek – patéras (πατέρας)
Icelandic – Faðir
Irish – athair
Italian – padre
Japanese – Chichi (父)
Norwegian – far
Portuguese – pai
Russian – otets (отец)
Spanish – padre
Swedish – pappa
Vietnamese – cha
Welsh – tad

 

Looking for a less formal way to say it? Learn how to say dad in different languages.

 

At Learn How to Say, we love to learn, too. Native speakers of any language, feel free to add to this list, make corrections, suggest other ways of saying father, give pronunciation tips, explain usage or just say hello in the comment area below. Many thanks!

How to Say Gray in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

Here’s how to say gray in different languages:

Chinese –  huī (灰)

Danish – grå

Dutch – grijs

Finnish – harmaa

French – gris

German – grau

Greek – gri (γκρι)

Haitian Creole – gri

Icelandic – grár

Irish – liath

Italian – grigio

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Japanese – haiiro (灰色)

Norwegian – grå

Portuguese – gris

Russian – serui (серый)

Spanish – gris

Swedish – grå

Vietnamese – xám

Welsh – llwyd