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Post Reply How do you say "hello" in your language?
Posted 6/15/16

Freddy96NO wrote:


Kittykat_Heart wrote:
"こんにちは"
| Why is it so faded?!?
because it was so lighthearted, by such a pink kitty.



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Actually, we say "DUUUUUUUUUUDDDDDDEEEE!!!!!" lol. Yes it's old but it's also us lol .
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Ahoj. Pronounced as Ahoy. And we are all pirates.
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Kumusta? or simply 'musta?

it translates to "How are you?" but we use it as a "Hello" anyway since we don't really have a word for hello in Filipino.
and most people just say the english word lol
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Posted 6/16/16 , edited 6/16/16

couvier wrote:

Kumusta? or simply 'musta?

it translates to "How are you?" but we use it as a "Hello" anyway since we don't really have a word for hello in Filipino.
and most people just say the english word lol


that sounds similar to the Portuguese "como esta?", which literally means "how are you?"

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Ahoj. Pronounced as Ahoy. And we are all pirates.

yarr!


edit: also, in Portuguese: Oi / Ola
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Posted 6/16/16 , edited 6/16/16
Well we have quite a few for it, it depends on situation

To friends:
- Helló (same as english, just we have a mark on the O)
- Szia (Szi is pronounced like yes in spanish and a is like ah)
- Szeva (Sz is pronounced as S in english, e is like eh and va is like vah, so: sehvah)

To an unknown person or in shop or if you want to be polite:
- Jó napot kívánok. (It means I wish you a good day)
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I'm from upstate New York, so I'm pretty sure most of us are rather regionally sterile and boring with our hellos. lol
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Posted 6/16/16 , edited 6/16/16
Edit: whole thing. When two motorists meet in my native language there is usually the use of the work that means "to strike" and "go away" followed by the exchange of hand gestures and a farewell tap on the chin.

This is most typical...
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Hai, wui, helo
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Yo, whats up?
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