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Selasa, 17 April 2012

Terima Kasih Dalam Pelbagai Bahasa


  1. Afrikaans (Africa) – Dankie 
  2. Arabic – Sukran 
  3. Arabic – Shukran Gazillan (Thank you very much) 
  4. Armenian – shur-nur-ah-gah-lem 
  5. Australian – Thoinks, Moite! 
  6. Bengali – Dhannyabad 
  7. Bulgarian – Blagodaria 
  8. Bosnia – Hvala tonese – 
  9. M’goy (sp? — thank you for the service) 
  10. Cantonese – Do jey (sp? — thank you for the gift) 
  11. Chinese (Mandarin) – Xie_Xie (shieh shieh) 
  12. Cook Islander – Kia Manuia 
  13. Croatia – Hvala 
  14. Czech – Djenkuie (deh’-ku-yih) 
  15. Danish – tak (tahg) 
  16. Dutch – dank (dahnk) 
  17. Estonia – Aitåh 
  18. Fijian – Vinaka 
  19. Finnish – kiitos (kee’-toas) 
  20. French – merci (mehr-see’) 
  21. French – Merci Madame – Thanks (to a woman) 
  22. French – Merci Mademoiselle – Thanks (to a young girl) 
  23. French – Merci Monsieur – Thanks (to a man) 
  24. Gambia (Mandinka) – Abarka 
  25. German – Danke (dahn’-kuh) 
  26. German – Danke schoen (literally: nicely thank you, outdated) 
  27. German – Danke sehr (Thank you very much) 
  28. German -Vielen Dank (Many Thanks) 
  29. Greek – Efharisto (ef-har-ris-tou’) 
  30. Greek – Efkaristo poly 
  31. Guarani – Aguije (ah-we-JAY) native indian language of Paraguay and Western Brazil Guinea (Mandinka) – Abarka 
  32. Gujarathi (India) – Aabar Hawaiian – 
  33. Mahalo Hebrew – Toda (toh-dah’) 
  34. Hebrew – Toda raba (thank you very much) Hindi (India National Language) – Dhan-ya-vaad 
  35. Hindi – Syukriya 
  36. Hungarian – Köszönöm (kuh’-suh-nuhm) 
  37. Indonesian – Terima kasih (teh-ri-mah kah-sih) 
  38. Indonesian – Terima Kasih Banyak (Both pronounced bunyuk – Thank you very much) 
  39. Italian – Grazie (grahts’-yeh) Italian – Grazie tanto (many thanks – cordial version) 
  40. Italian – Mille Grazie (a thousand thanks) 
  41. Japanese – Arigato (ah-ree-gah’-toh) or A_Lea_Ga_Tou_Go_Zai_Ma_Su 
  42. Japanese – Domo arrigato Javanese – 
  43. Matur nuwun Jive – Thanks mon – Appropriate only if directed to a male Kannada (India) – Dhan-ya-vaadaa (spoken in S India, in Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India.) 
  44. Korean – Kamsa hamaida (kam’-sah hum-nee-dah’ ) 
  45. Latvian – Paldis 
  46. Lithuanian – Achu Luganda (Uganda) – Waybale (Thank you) 
  47. Luganda (Uganda) – Waybale Nyo (Thank you very much) 
  48. Macedonia – Hvala 
  49. Malayalam (South Indian Language) – Nandi 
  50. Malayalam (India) – Nani 
  51. Malaysian – Terima Kasih (“Tay ree ma Kaa seh”) 
  52. Mali (Mandinka) – Abarka 
  53. Mandinka – Abarka (language of West Africa; The Gambia, Senegal, Guinea and Mali) 
  54. Maori – Kia Manuia 
  55. New Zealand – Cheers – LOL
  56. New Zealand – Kiaora Koe 
  57. New Zealand – Kiaora Korua 
  58. New Zealand – Kiaora Koto 
  59. New Zealand – Kiaora Tatou 
  60. New Zealand – Maori 
  61. Norwegian – Takk (tahkk) 
  62. Oman – Shakkran Palauan – soolong (Republic of Palau) 
  63. Paraguay (Guarani) – Aguije (ah-we-JAY) 
  64. Persian/Farsi – Mam’noon or Mo’teshake’ram (Spoken in Iran, Afghanistan and other Central Asian countries) 
  65. Philippines Tagalog – Salamat 
  66. Philippines – Maraming Salamat (thank you very much) 
  67. Polish – Dziekuje (dsyehn-koo-yeh) 
  68. Portuguese – Obrigada (Female) 
  69. Portuguese – Obrigado (Male) (oh-bree-gah’-doh) 
  70. Portuguese – Muito Obrigado (Thank you very much) 
  71. Portuguese – Muito Obrigado com Voce (have my personal thanks) 
  72. Punjabi [ Pakistan and India] – Bhala Hove 
  73. Qatar – Shakkran 
  74. Romanian – Multumesc (phonetic: mooltzoomeask) 
  75. Romanian – Va multumim frumos (great thanks) Russian – 
  76. Spasiba (spah-see’-boh) 
  77. Russian – Blagodaryu (a little official) 
  78. Russian – Premnogo blagodaren (my greater thanks – words said to bosses by workers) 
  79. Russian – Spasibo balshoye (big thanks) 
  80. Samoan – Fa’afetai (fah-ah-feh-ta-e – thank you) 
  81. Samoan – Fa’afetai tele lava (Thank you very much) 
  82. Samoan – Talofa 
  83. Saulteaux Indians (Manitoba, Canada) – Miigwech (meegweech) — there are similar Spellings in other native languages such as Cree, etc. 
  84. Senegal (Mandinka) – Abarka 
  85. Serbo – Croat -Hvala 
  86. South Africa – Dankie 
  87. South Africa – Baie Dankie (thanks very much) 
  88. Spanish – Gracias (grah’-syas) 
  89. Spanish – Gracias a todos (Thank you all) 
  90. Sundanese – Nuhun Sunda – Hatur Nuhun 
  91. Swahili – Ahsante (ah-sahn’-teh) 
  92. Swahili – Ahsante Sana (Thank you very much)Google Translate
  93. Swedish – Tack (tahkk) 
  94. Swedish – Tack så mycket 
  95. Tahitian – Maururu 
  96. Tamil (India) – Nandri (“Nun-dry” spoken in South India, Singapore, Malaysia) 
  97. Telungu (South Indian Language)- Manjuthe 
  98. Thai – Kah khun (women) 
  99. Thai – Kap khun (men) 
  100. Thai – Kap Khun Krap (thank you very much) 
  101. Thai – Khap kun kop (more formal and polite) 
  102. Tibetan – Thuk Ji Chhe 
  103. Turkish – Tesekkurler ( teh-sheh-keur eh-deh-rim) 
  104. Turkish – Çok tesekkur ederim (big thanks) 
  105. Turkish – Sa&Mac221;ol (thank you) 
  106. Turkish – Sa&Mac221;olun (thank you – “saol”) 
  107. Turkish – Tesekkurler (thanks – “teshekkyurler”) 
  108. U.S. & Canada – Thank You 
  109. United States (South) – Thanks y’all 
  110. Ukranian – Dyakuyu 
  111. Urudu (India) – Shukria 
  112. Urdu (Pakistan) – Shukria Urdu [Pakistan, India and Bangladesh] – Maherbani 
  113. Vietnamese – Kam ouen 
  114. Xhosa (Africa) – Nkosi 
  115. Yemen – Shakkran 
  116. Yoruba – Modupe 
  117. Yugoslavia – Hvala 
  118. Zulu – Ngiyabonga

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