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It means hello in French
it means hello in the samoan language
In "crazy language" 'goodbye' means 'hello.'
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Yiddish, in English it means "hello".
The spoken language of the UAE is Arabic, so "Ahlan" means hello
it means hello in SAMOAN, in tongan it's MALO LELEI
It means 'hello' in formal native american language
Istonko (pronounced iss-tone-koh) means "hello" in Seminole Creek, and chehuntamo (pronounced chee-hun-tah-moh) means "hello" in Miccosukee.
Hello is Kaya boorda noonook djinanginy means 'See you later'
The common greeting is "Bonjour", which means "good day". There is no direct equivalent for "hello". Bonjour
It is Hebrew. It means Hello, goodbye, good day, etc.
Yes, you can say hello in French (or in any other language). In French, hello is bonjour, which literally means good day.
According to"Hello" in many languages'Alofa atu' means 'hello' in the Uvean (Wallis and Futuna) language.
The phrase neehau means hello but it is spelt as ni hao. This is Mandarin language which is the official language in China.
Cree does not have a direct equivalent to "hello", but there are these words of greeting:tawaw.........................welcometansi (or) ta'nisi...........hi, how are you?, how are things? (it literally means "how?")
The most common language in Ireland is English, so "Hello" is used. In the Irish language, you would say "Dia dhuit", (pronounced: Dee a Gwit) which is a greeting that literally means "God be with you."
Au revoir means see you and is used as goodbye.
Shalom is not a language, but it is a word in Hebrew. The word shalom literally means 'peace' and is used to say both hello and goodbye.
Ahlan (اهلاً) means "Hello". CV does not mean anything in Arabic, it is likely an English-language name. So, "Ahlan CV" means "Hello, CV!"
In the Irish language it is Dia dhuit, which means God be with you, but is used as a greeting similar to hello. In English people would just say hello.
In English it would be "Hello" and in the Irish language it would be "Dia dhuit" which is an Irish greeting, which actually means "God be with you." It is pronounced "Deea gwit."
Saul means guardian hi and hello in every language except English
"Jambo" doesn't come from a religion. It comes from the Swahili language and means "hello".