How to say Happy New Year in 100 Languages

There is no doubt that “New Year” is one of the most popular occasions that people love to celebrate all across the globe. The first dawn of the new year is the one that infuses a new hope, enthusiasm and optimism inside all of us. It doesn’t matter where you reside and which language you speak, it must be a lovely moment to which someone on the New Year day.

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Say Happy New Year in 100 languages

Here is the list of saying Happy New Year in 100 languages:

  1. ARABIC:(aam saiid) / sana saiida
  2. ARMENIAN: shnorhavor nor tari
  3. AZERI: yeni iliniz mübarək
  4. BAMBARA: aw ni san’kura / bonne année
  5. BASAA: mbuee
  6. BASQUE: urte berri on
  7. BENGALI : shuvo noboborsho
  8. BERBER: asgwas amegas / aseggas ighudan
  9. BETI: mbembe mbu
  10. BOBO: bonne année
  11. BOSNIAN: sretna nova godina
  12. BULGARIAN: chestita nova godina
  13. BURMESE: hnit thit ku mingalar pa
  14. CANTONESE:  sun lin fi lok
  15. CATALAN: bon any nou
  16. CEBUANO: malipayong bag-ong tuig
  17. CHINESE (MANDARIN): (xin nian kuai le)
  18. CORNISH: bledhen nowedh da
  19. CORSICAN: pace è salute
  20. CROATIAN: sretna nova godina
  21. CZECH: šťastný nový rok
  22. DANISH: godt nytår
  23. DARI: sale naw tabrik
  24. DUALA: mbu mwa bwam
  25. DUTCH: gelukkig nieuwjaar
  26. ENGLISH: Happy New Year
  27. ESPERANTO: feliĉan novan jaron
  28. ESTONIAN: head uut aastat
  29. EWE: eƒé bé dzogbenyui nami
  30. EWONDO: mbembe mbu
  31. FANG: bamba mbou
  32. FAROESE: gott nýggjár
  33. FILIPINO: manigong bagong taon
  34. FINNISH: onnellista uutta vuotta
  35. FLEMISH: gelukkig nieuwjaar
  36. FRENCH: bonne année
  37. FRISIAN: lokkich neijier
  38. FRIULAN: bon an
  39. FULA: dioul mo wouri
  40. GALICIAN: feliz ano novo
  41. GEORGIAN: gilocavt akhal tsels
  42. GERMAN: prosit Neujahr
  43. GREEK: kali chronia
  44. GUARANÍ: rogüerohory año nuévo-re
  45. HAOUSSA: barka da sabuwar shekara
  46. HAWAIIAN: hauoli makahiki hou
  47. HEBREW: shana tova
  48. HERERO: ombura ombe ombua
  49. HINDI: Nav Varsh Ki Shubhkamna
  50. HMONG: nyob zoo xyoo tshiab
  51. HUNGARIAN: boldog új évet
  52. ICELANDIC: gleðilegt nýtt ár
  53. IGBO: obi anuri nke afor ohuru
  54. INDONESIAN: selamat tahun baru
  55. IRISH GAELIC: ath bhliain faoi mhaise
  56. ITALIAN: buon anno
  57. JAVANESE: sugeng warsa enggal
  58. JAPANESE: akemashite omedetô gozaimasu
  59. KABYLIAN: aseggas ameggaz
  60. KAZAKH: zhana zhiliniz kutti bolsin
  61. KHMER: sur sdei chhnam thmei
  62. KIEMBU: ngethi cya mwaka mweru
  63. KINYARWANDA: umwaka mwiza
  64. KIRUNDI: umwaka mwiza
  65. KOREAN: seh heh bok mani bat uh seyo
  66. KURDE: sala we ya nû pîroz be
  67. KWANGALI: mvhura zompe zongwa
  68. LAO: sabai di pi mai
  69. LATIN: felix sit annus novus
  70. LATVIAN: laimīgu Jauno gadu
  71. LIGURIAN: bón ànno nêuvo
  72. LINGALA: bonana
  73. LITHUANIAN: laimingų Naujųjų Metų
  74. LOW SAXON: gelükkig nyjaar
  75. LUGANDA: omwaka omulungi
  76. LUXEMBOURGEOIS: e gudd neit Joër
  77. MALAGASY: arahaba tratry ny taona
  78. MALAY: selamat tahun baru
  79. MALTESE: is-sena t-tajba
  80. MANGAREVAN: kia porotu te ano ou
  81. MAORI: kia hari te tau hou
  82. MARATHI: Navin Varshaachya Hardik Shubbheccha
  83. MARQUISIAN: kaoha nui tenei ehua hou
  84. MONGOLIAN: shine jiliin bayariin mend hurgeye
  85. NEPALI: naya barsha ko subhakamana
  86. NGOMBALE: ngeu’ shwi pong mbeo paghe
  87. NORMAN: boune anna / jostouse anna
  88. NORWEGIAN: godt nyttår
  89. OCCITAN: bon annada
  90. OURDOU: naya sar Mubarak
  91. PALAUAN: ungil beches er rak
  92. PAPIAMENTU: bon anja / felis anja nobo
  93. POLISH: szczęśliwego nowego roku
  94. PORTUGUESE: feliz ano novo
  95. ROMANIAN: la mulţi ani
  96. RUSSIAN: С Новым Годом (S novim godom)
  97. SAMOAN: ia manuia le tausaga fou
  98. SARDINIAN: bonu annu nou
  99. SERBIAN: Срећна Нова година (Srećna Nova godina)
  100. MARATHI: Tumcha Navabarsha che hardik shubhechha

After going through the list one can definitely think that languages are created by man but our urge to wish someone on New Year’s Day comes from deeper inside our heart. Hence, no matter where you enjoy the first dawn of the new year, never miss an opportunity to wish the people you meet on this day. Keep this list with yourself so that a language never becomes a hindrance on your path towards showering wishes upon people on this auspicious day. Nevertheless, good wishes always complements good wishes and you never know how someone’s wish could brighten up your life.



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