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Greetings in more than 3000 languages

 

At this site you can learn how to say greetings and several other words and phrases in hundreds of different languages. Ethnologue, 17th Edition1 lists 7,102 languages spoken in the world. Approximately 3,215 of these languages are included on this website as of September 2016 (approximately 45% of the world's languages). My goal is to include every language, so that people will be able to say at least a few words to anyone they meet, anywhere in the world.

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Recent updates:

 

 

March 5, 2017: Added two new languages: Shawi and Yautepec Zapotec. Added additional greetings to the entries for Huachipaeri, Machiguenga, and Yora. Made corrections to the entry for Kinyarwanda. Added several languages of Peru to the other phrases pages. Changed the names of Awajún (from Aguaruna) and of Kinyarwanda (from Rwanda) due to ISO 639-3 updates. Many thanks to Adrien Rumanzi for the Kinyarwanda correction!

 

 

December 30, 2016: Corrected spelling for West Central Oromo. Many thanks to Ahmed Biftu for this correction!

 

 

November 6, 2016: Added three new languages to the greetings pages: Mandara, Pouye and Sudest. Added additional greetings to the entries for Akoye, Arop-Lokep, Au, Kaluli, Kuot, Mian, and Timbe.

 

 

October 16, 2016: Added three new languages to the greetings pages: Khengkha, Luang, and Sikule. Added additional greetings to the entry for Balantak, Mazatlán Mazatec, Muna, Huasteca Náhuatl, Simeulue, Toraja, Chicahuaxtla Triqui, Tunebo, Tzotzil, and Isthmus Zapotec.

 

 

September 18, 2016: Added two new languages: Borna and Konai.

 

 

July 13, 2016: Added additional greetings for Tataltepec Chatino and Morelos Náhuatl; corrected orthography for Krio and Morelos Náhuatl.  Increased font size for the older versions and other phrases pages.

 

 

July 3, 2016: Added additional translations for Samogitian and Lithuanian. Thank you (labai ačiū ir diekou) to Palmyras Vaitkus for the Samogitian and Lithuanian translations!

 

 

June 26, 2016: Added four additional languages to the greetings pages: Ayutla Mixtec, Ixtayutla Mixtec, Santa María Zacatepec Mixtec, and Djimini Senoufo. Added additional greetings to the entries for Amuzgo of San Pedro Amuzgos, Chazumba Mixtec, Magdalena Peñasco Mixtec, Silacayoapan Mixtec, and Copala Triqui.

 

 

May 22, 2016: Made corrections to the Javanese entry for "I don't understand." Added additional greetings for Estonian dialects. Thank you (matur nuwun) to Afif Widiyanto Musthofa for the Javanese corrections!

 

 

March 29, 2016: Added four new languages to the greetings pages: Gumuz, Kadu, Karanga, and Sumerian. Added additional greetings to the entries for Garo, Ho, Sena, and Tase Naga. Made spelling and orthographic corrections for Kamba, Lakota, and Classical Náhuatl. Corrected HTML formatting error in the entry for Magdalena Peñasco Mixtec. Thank you (tlazohcamati ihuan tesawra) to Pat Rivera for the Sumerian and Tase Naga (Shekyü dialect) translations, additions to the entry for Ho, and corrections for Kamba, Lakota, and Classical Náhuatl.

 

 

February 27, 2016: Added one new language to the greetings pages: Ayabadhu. Added additional greetings to the entry for Sehwi. Spelling of Sehwi changed (from Sehwe; this language is also known as Sefwi) to correspond to ISO 639-3 standards.

 

 

January 10, 2016: Added two new languages to the greetings pages: Pangu and South Tairora. Added additional greetings to the entries for Baluan-Pam, Huachipaeri, North Tairora and Tai Dam.

 

 

January 3, 2016: Added five new languages to the greetings pages: Ganza, Mayi Thakurti, Wuliwuli, Yandruwandha, and Yiningayi. Added additional greetings to the entries for Biri, Ingrian, Pitta Pitta and Wakawaka Removed geographical, linguistic and historical greetings pages. Updated headers, footers, and copyright information for the new year.

 

 

November 15, 2015: Made corrections to Marathi on the Yes page, and corrections to Chavacano.

 

 

September 13, 2015: Added three new languages to the greetings pages: Garlali, Kanju and Mandandanji. Added additional greetings to the entries for Kalkutung, Kukatja, and Thayore.

 

 

September 6, 2015: Added six new languages to the greetings pages: Garingbal, Goreng, Gudang, Gunya, Guwamu, and Lopit. Added additional greetings for Bandjalang, Bassa, Guguyimidjir, and Warungu, and corrected orthography for Bassa.  Thank you (nì zùo) to Don Slager for the Bassa translations and corrections!

 

 

August 22, 2015: Deleted an incorrect greeting from the entry for Bassa. Thank you (nì zùo) to Tertia Kaul for this information!

 

 

July 26, 2015: Added one new language to the greetings pages: Jejueo. Added Mundang to the Thank You page.  Thank you (soko) to Fabienne Guedy for the Mundang translation!

 

 

July 5, 2015: Added five new languages to the greetings pages: Bidyara, Bigambal, Gangulu, Wakawaka, and Warrgamay. Added additional greetings to the entry for Biri.

 

 

June 21, 2015: Added additional greetings and corrections to the entry for Mandarin Chinese.  Thank you (谢谢) to Jana Huang for these greetings!

 

 

May 17, 2015: Added one new language to the greetings pages: Cakfem-Mushere. Made a correction for the entry for Kakchikel (Cakchiquel) on the "thank you" page.  Thanks (mantiosh chawe) to Jackeline Castellanos for the correction!

 

 

May 10, 2015: Added one new language to the greetings pages: Gan Chinese. Added additional greetings for Gheg Albanian, Tosk Albanian, Western Balochi, Burmese, Swahili, and Wu Chinese. Corrected transliterations for Kamas. Modified headers on several pages and added a few translations to the "other phrases" pages.

 

 

May 3, 2015: Added five new languages to the greetings pages: Bomu, Chamicuro, Ben Tey Dogon, Dzuungoo, and Kamas. Added additional greetings and orthographic corrections to the entries for Bangime, Ampari Dogon, Bodum Dom Dogon, Donno So Dogon, Mombo Dogon, Nanga Dama Dogon, Tene Kan Dogon, Tiranige Diga Dogon, Tomo Kan Dogon, Toro Tegu Dogon, Yanda Dom Dogon, and Igala. Added one new page: Greetings in Languages of Mali. Changed the name of Mombo Dogon (from Kolum So Dogon) due to ISO 639-3 updates. Thanks (osolopaki) to Steve Parker for the Chamicuro translations!

 

 

April 26, 2015: Added fifteen new languages to the greetings pages: Awtuw, Bench, Byangsi, Chaudangsi, Chocangacakha, Enlhet, Imonda, Isaka, Jèrriais, Murik, Nyangatom, Ongota, Waris, Wogeo, and Zaysete. Added additional greetings to the entries for Ik, Kamasau, Lushootseed, Nias, Southern Pomo, and Thangmi. Made minor changes to formatting and changed headers on some pages. Changed the name of Vasekele (from Vasekela) due to ISO 639-3 updates. Removed the entries for ǂKx'au||'ein (merged with Ju|'hoan), Subi (merged with Shubi), and !O!ung (merged with Vasekele) due to ISO 639-3 changes. Thanks (waq waq) to Joy and Arden Sanders for the Kamasau translations!

 

 

April 19, 2015: Added seventeen new languages to the greetings pages: Brokpake, Dzalakha, Ersu, Gizrra, Chitkuli Kinnauri, Kurtokha, Mai Brat, Mende, Meramera, Numanggang, Raji, Rongpo, Sunwar, Tawang Monpa, Tinani, Urim, and Yabem. Added additional greetings to the entries for Abau, Agarabi, Dera, Dzongkha, Kamasau, Karbi, Maia, Miani, Patpatar, and Sos Kundi. Updated language names for Eastern Punjabi and Western Punjabi due to ISO 639-3 updates. Made minor additions to several other languages and modified formatting on several pages.

 

 

April 12, 2015: Added twelve new languages: Amganad Ifugao, Tara Baka, Didinga, Isu, Moru, Narim, Ncane, Ndawm, Sari, Shilluk, Southern Subanen, and Tennet. Added additional greetings to the entries for Central Cagayan Agta, Agutayen, Alune, Abellen Ayta, Mag-Antsi Ayta, Mag-Indi Ayta, Bari, Binukid, Gbaya, Kalagan, Southern Kalinga, Keliko, Dibabawon Manobo, Sama Balangingih, Sama Pangutaran, Sambal, Sentani, Seri, Central Subanen, Western Subanon, Toposa, Uma, and Zande. Corrected some Mag-Indi Ayta translations which were previously incorrectly identified as Southern Alta. Removed the entry for Southern Alta (no verifiable translations available). Corrected language name of Dibabawon Manobo (misspelled as Dibabawan Manobo). Updated Works Cited information, Frequently Asked Questions page, and About Languages and Dialects page. Checked and corrected internal links on several pages. Many thanks (yooz ma samsisíin xo) to Steve Marlett for translations and other information for Seri!

 

 

April 5, 2015: Added three new languages to the greetings page: Dupaningan Agta, Umiray Dumaget Agta, and Bongo. Added additional greetings to the entry for Mazatlán Mazatec, Alcozauca Mixtec, Southeastern Nochixtlán Mixtec, Guerrero Náhuatl, and Morelos Náhuatl. Corrected language name for Yipma (formerly Baruya) due to ISO 639-3 updates. Checked and corrected internal links on several pages. Added additional information to the About Languages and Dialects page and modified the formatting on the About Languages and Dialects, About Translating Greetings, and Frequently Asked Questions pages.

 

 

March 29, 2015: Added three new languages to the greetings pages: : Li'o, Eastern Xiangxi Miao and Western Xiangxi Miao. Corrected language names for A-Hmao, Chuanqiandian Cluster Miao, Northern Qiandong Miao, Southern Qiandong Miao, and Southwestern Guiyang Miao to match ISO 639-3 standards (Ethnologue and Linguist List Multitree). Checked and corrected internal links on several pages.  Added one new page: Languages of the Hmong-Mien Language Family.

 

 

March 22, 2015: Added three new languages to the greetings pages: Cacaloxtepec Mixtec, Southwestern Tlaxiaco Mixtec and Yareni Zapotec. Added additional greetings to the entries for Ket, San Pedro Amuzgo, Pinotepa Nacional Mixtec, and Amatlán Zapotec. Checked and corrected internal links on several pages. Thanks (пачиба) to Ed Vajda for the translations for Ket and information about Chukchi.

 

 

March 15, 2015: Added four new languages to the greetings pages: Maripu, Mucuchi, Timote, and Western Huasteca Náhuatl. Added additional greetings to the entries for Mecayapán Náhuatl, Eastern Highland Otomí, and Tlachichilco Tepehua. Added more examples to the About Translating Greetings page. 

 

 

March 8, 2015: Added two new languages to the greetings pages: Ket and Santa Lucía Monteverde Mixtec. Added additional greetings to the entries for Alune, Cubeo, Huautla Mazatec, Puebla Náhuatl, Xicotepec de Juárez Totonac, and Wandamen.

 

 

March 1, 2015: Added five additional languages: Kafa (Kafinoono), Babuza, Mori, Papora-Hoanya, and Wotu. Made corrections to the entries for West Central Oromo and Borana Oromo.  Added additional greetings to the entries for West Central Oromo, Chichimeca-Jonaz, Central Mazahua, Guerrero Náhuatl, and Tombulu. Added one new page: Greetings in Languages of Ethiopia. Checked and changed/corrected several internal links (N though Z alphabetical pages). Thanks (galatoomii) to Teferi Kumssa Dandena (University of Addis Ababa) for additions for West Central Oromo and Borana Oromo, and corrections to West Central Oromo, and thanks (galleteho) to Dubale Sahile for translations for Kafa (Kafinoono).

 

 

February 22, 2015: Added one new language: Moklen. Made corrections to the entries for Kalmyk-Oirat, Komi-Zyrian, and Tigrigna. Added additional greetings to the entries for Makasar and Tigrigna. Checked and changed/corrected several internal links (H through M alphabetical pages). Thanks (ханджанав) to Źmicier Kušnaroŭ for corrections for Kalmyk-Oirat and Komi-Zyrian, and thanks (የቐንየለይ) to Dagnew Mache (University of Addis Ababa) for corrections for Tigrigna.

 

 

February 15, 2015: Added five additional languages: Ghanongga, Gurinji, Ngarinman, Paunaka and Tifal. Added additional greetings to the entries for Baure and Estonian (Häädemeeste and Prangli dialects). Made corrections to the entry for Baure. Changed/corrected internal links for Dhatki, Northeastern Dinka, Ditidaht, Dobu, Bodum Dom Dogon, Mombo Dogon, Duau, Duguza, Duri, Duwet, Dzhidi, Ekegusii, Elip, Enawené-Nawé, Fante, Western Niger Fulfulde, Guianese Creole, Great Andamese, Gooniyandi, Golin, and Waci Gbe. Thanks (asoropaiy) to Swintha Danielsen (University of Leipzig) for translations for Paunaka, corrections for Baure, and information about languages of Bolivia and languages of Ethiopia.

 

 

February 8, 2015: Added an additional greeting to the entry for Jaqaru. Changed/corrected internal links for Akpes, Alabama, Amanab, Arosi, Baba, Bandi, Barwe, Basketo, Biangai, Libon Bikol, Bima, Bolango, Mapos Buang, Bube, Bugun, Curonian, Maure Comorian, Min Nan Chinese, Matu Chin, Chichimeca-Jonaz, and Western Cham.

 

 

February 1, 2015: Updated copyright information, source citations, and page headers.  Added "How to read the tables" section to the FAQ page.

 

 

January 25, 2015: Added two new languages to the greetings page: Ahanta and Bokyi.

 

 

January 18, 2015:  Added one new language to the greetings page: Walak. Added additional greetings for the entries for Japanese (Kyoto dialect) and Nemi. Made more formatting changes.

 

 

January 11, 2015: Added additional greetings for the entries for Belize Creole and Da'a Kaili. Made formatting changes to improve how the site is displayed in Google Chrome.

 

 

January 4, 2015: Added one new language to the greetings pages: Chilean Quechua. Added additional greetings to the entries for Ayoreo and Kelabit. Added seven new pages: Greetings in Languages of Bolivia, Greetings in Languages of Chile, Greetings in Languages of French Guiana, Greetings in Languages of Guyana, Greetings in Languages of Paraguay, Greetings in Languages of Suriname, and Greetings in Languages of Uruguay. Made some formatting changes and updated copyright information on some of the pages.

 

 

December 28, 2014: Added two new pages: Greetings in Languages of Ecuador and Indigenous Languages of Ecuador.

 

 

December 21, 2014: Added four new languages: Asuriní of Xingú, Enawené-Nawé, Katukína, and Krahô.  Added two new pages: Languages of Brazil and Indigenous Languages of Brazil.

 

 

December 14, 2014: Added eight new languages: Achagua, Akawaio, Chimila, Guambiano, Jungle Inga, Macaguan, Malayo, and Paraujano.  Added four new pages: Languages of Colombia, Indigenous Languages of Colombia, Languages of Venezuela, and Indigenous Languages of Venezuela.

 

 

December 7, 2014: Added four new pages: Languages of Cyprus, Languages of Lebanon, Languages of Syria, and Languages of Turkey.

 

 

November 30, 2014: Added one new language to the greetings page: Mangseng. Added eleven new pages: Greetings in Baltic Languages, Languages of Armenia, Languages of Belarus, Languages of Hong Kong, Languages of Korea, Languages of Kyrgyzstan, Languages of Macao, Languages of MoldovaLanguages of TajikistanLanguages of Turkmenistan, and Languages of Ukraine. Modified formatting on all country-specific pages.

 

 

November 16, 2014: Added two new languages to the greetings page: Phu Thai and Phuan. Added additional greetings to the entry for Nuosu.  

 

 

November 9, 2014: Added ten new languages to the greetings page: Bembe, Kawaiisu, Kitanemuk, Kube, Kunda, Nisenan, Tataviam, Tiefo, Timbisha, and Tunica.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Chamacoco, Esselen, Kharia, Luiseño, Northeast Maidu, Plains Miwok, Northern Sierra Miwok, Southern Sierra Miwok, Mokilese, Mortlockese, Mundari, Nukuoro, Pinglapese, Puluwatese, Santhali, Tübatulabal, Wintu, Woleaian, and Yokuts. Corrected orthography for Vai.  Added About Languages and Dialects page and modified formatting on the home  page.

 

 

November 2, 2014: Added four new languages to the greetings page: Gela, Namonuito, Ndengereko, and Pááfang. Added additional greetings to the entries for A'tong, Nsenga, Pinglapese, Pohnpeian, Sikaiana, and Woleaian. Thanks (kalahngan oh si yu'us ma'ase') to Danko Taborosi for translations for Namonuito, Pááfang, and the Sapwuahfik (Ngatikese) dialect of Pohnpeian; and for additional translations for Nukuoro, Mokilese, Mortlockese, Pinglapese, Puluwatese, and Woleaian.

 

 

October 26, 2014: Added twelve new languages to the greetings page: Bargam, Koorete, Leelau, East Makian, Miya, Mokole, Tase Naga, Naro, Shoo-Minda-Nye, Teiwa, Ughele, and Zialo. Added additional greetings to the entries for Angolar, ||Gana, |Gwi, Hadza, Herero, Ju|hoan, Kigiryama, Kwangali, ǂKx'au||'ein, Nama, Nivaclé, N|u, Principense, Senaya, Tafi, Venda, |Xam, and Yámana.  Made corrections to the entries for Finnish, Mauwake, Tobelo, and Tobian. Added more examples to the About Translating Greetings page.  Thanks (sira eliwa ja paljon kiitoksia) to Liisa Berghäll for corrections for Mauwake and Finnish.

 

 

October 19, 2014: Added four new languages to the greetings page: Birwa, Chulym, Mbandja, and Siberian Tatar. Added additional greetings to the entries for Kuhane, Occitan, Russian, Selkup, Shona, Tsoa, and Xiri. Made corrections to the entry for for Kuhane.

 

 

October 12, 2014: Added additional translations to the entries for Even, Evenki, Kabardian, Central Kanuri, Manga Kanuri, Karagas, Livvi, and Western Mari. Added more examples to the About Translating Greetings page. 

 

 

October 5, 2014: Added three new languages to the greetings page: Jewish Babylonian Aramaic, Kolum So Dogon and Tedaga. Added additional greetings to the entries for French, Italian, Ladin, Liberian English, Ligurian, Louisiana Creole, Mingrelian, and Tunebo. Moved some greetings previously listed as dialects of Italian to the entries for Emilian (Bologna and Reggiano), Ligurian (Zeneize), and Lombard (Brescian and Ticinese). Added three new pages: Greetings in Languages of Italy, Greetings in Languages of Kazakhstan, and Comparisons of Greetings in Related Languages. Added more examples to the About Translating Greetings page. 

 

 

September 28, 2014: Added eleven new languages to the greetings pages: Akhvakh, Arop-Lokep, Dhatki, Colonia Tovar German, Hutterisch, Kryts, Macanese, Welsh Romani, Lower Silesian, Ubykh, and Walser.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Cimbrian, East Frisian Low Saxon, Swiss German, Mócheno, Baltic Romani, Balkan Romani, Carpathian Romani, Sinte Romani, Vlax Romani, and Rusyn.  Added five new pages: Greetings in Languages of Azerbaijan, Greetings in Languages of Uzbekistan, Greetings in Germanic Languages, Greetings in Romani Languages, and Greetings in Cochimí-Yuman Languages.  Updated the name of East Frisian Low Saxon (formerly Eastern Frisian). Thanks (danke) to Linda Maendel for translations for Hutterisch.

 

 

September 21, 2014: Added seven new languages to the greetings pages: Bats, Great Andamanese, Lamkang, Para Naga, Poumei Naga, Nivaclé, and Svan. Added Akabea to the Goodbye page. Added additional greetings to the entries for Hmar, Miyako, Mizo, Tangkhul Naga, Soqotri, Tsimané, and Zo. Added two new pages: Greetings in Kuki-Chin-Naga Languages and Languages of Georgia. Thanks (grazie) to Raoul Zamponi for translations for Akabea.

 

 

September 14, 2014: Added additional greetings for Spanish on the Good night and Goodbye pages.  Added four new pages: Languages of Argentina, Indigenous Languages of Argentina, Languages of Yemen, and Languages of the Former Soviet Union. Thanks (muchas gracias) to Fernando Cordero for additions for Spanish.

 

 

September 7, 2014: Added additional greetings for Chuj, Lacandón, Q'anjob'al, Q'eqchi' and Yucatán Maya. Added more examples to the About Translating Greetings page. 

 

 

August 31, 2014: Added three new languages: Biri, Huave de San Francisco del Mar, and Huave de Santa María del Mar. Added additional greetings to the entries for Candoshi-Shapra, Lango, and Tehuelche.

 

 

August 24, 2014: Added six new languages: Columbia-Wenatchi, Donno So Dogon, Eleme, Khana, Kono, and Kusunda.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Koasati, Okanagan, and Shehri, and made corrections to Okanagan orthography.  Added one new page: Otomanguean Languages.  Added more examples to the About Translating Greetings page.  Made a few minor additions and formatting changes on various pages.

 

 

August 17, 2014: Added twelve new languages: Amo, Burji, Gua, Igede, Keiyo, Kipfokomo, Kuskokwim, Nkonya, Sabaot, Tangale, Terik. and Uneme. Added additional greetings for Bangubangu, Dene, Dogrib, Ebira, Hän, Isekiri, Obolo, Oneida, Powhatan, Saya, Sekpele, North Slavey, South Slavey, Northern Tutchone, Southern Tutchone, and Yekhee.  Added ten new pages: Languages of Canada, Aboriginal Languages of Canada, First Nations Languages of Canada, Inuit Languages of Canada, Languages of the Northwest Territories, Eskimo-Aleut Language Family, Indigenous Languages of Peru, Languages of Côte d'Ivoire, Languages of Kenya, and Languages of Nigeria. Modified formatting on several pages. Updated the name of Kuce (older name Che). Added more examples to the About Translating Greetings page.  Thanks (yawʌ) to Sheri Beglen for corrections for Oneida.

 

 

August 10, 2014: Added eleven new languages to the greetings pages: Bakoko, Bamunka, Bullom So, Kamara, Konni, Kusaal, Mser, Mundang, Sherbro, Sissala, and Western Sisaala.  Split the entry for Akan into two languages: Twi and Fante.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Abron, Akoose, Avatime, Bimoba, Chumburung, Dagara, Fante, Ga, Gonja, Gun, Kasem, Koonzime, Kwasio, Luo, Mpumpong, Nafaanra, Nyangbo, Siwu, Tafi, Twi, Urhobo, and Wipi.  Made corrections to Kasem spelling.  Updated the name of Mpumpong (older name Mpongmpong). Added one new page: Languages of Siberia. Added more examples to the About Translating Greetings page. Corrected links on directory page. Modified formatting on several pages.

 

 

August 3, 2014: Added three new languages to the greetings pages: Bimoba, Etulo, and Sehwe.  Added additional greetings for Ga and Denya.  Made a correction to the entry for Timucua.  Added six new pages: Languages of Ghana, Languages of Mexico, Languages of Australia, Indigenous Languages of Baja California, Indigenous Languages of Chiapas, and Indigenous Languages of Oaxaca. Modified formatting on several pages and added dialect links for various languages. Thanks (oyiwala dɔŋŋ ekoŋŋ) to Nii Sarpei Nunoo for additional translations for Ga and information about languages spoken in Ghana.

 

 

July 27, 2014: Added one new language to the greetings page: Norn. Added About Translating Greetings page, updated FAQ page, and modified formatting on several pages. Added more dialects links for languages including Maasai, Plateau Malagasy, Sakalava Malagasy, Maori, Mapuche, Taroko, and others. Added additional greetings for Makah, Ngaanyatjarra, and Tujia.

 

 

July 20, 2014: Added eight new languages to the greetings page: Busuu, Guarequena, Kalhíphona, Kogi, Koro Aka, Mising, Uda, and Western Juxtlahuaca Mixtec. Added additional greetings to the entries for Ahom, Emberá Chamí, Chichimeca-Jonaz, Chocholtec, Fur, Garhwali, Guahibo, Atzingo Matlatzinca, Metlatónoc Mixtec, Silesian, Tahltan, Northern Tutchone, Southern Tutchone, and Yagaria.  Made corrections to Tillamook orthography. Added dialect links for various languages including Adi, Agwagwune, Armenian, Arpitan, English, Finnish, French, Swiss German, Greek, Safwa, Scots, Spanish, Swahili, and others.

 

 

July 13, 2014: Added four new languages to the greetings page: Jarai, Pu-Xian Chinese, Tasmanian, and Yorta Yorta.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Buganditj, Igbo, Itelmen, Kumbainggar, Kwakiutl, Rade, Squamish, Mandarin Chinese, Xiang Chinese, and Yue Chinese, and made corrections for Kumbainggar and for Itelmen orthography.  Added a new page for Chinese Languages. Updated headers, footers, and internal links on all pages.

 

 

July 6, 2014: Added ten new languages to the greetings page: Angkamuthi, Batyala, Dharumbal, Djeebbana, Gabi-Gabi, Guwar, Iwaidja, Jandai, Maung, and Yagara. Added additional greetings to the entry for Gunwinngu, Mirriwung, and Tiwi. Added a new page for Slavic Languages.

 

 

June 29, 2014: Added one new language to the greetings page: Barwe.  Made corrections to the entry for Makhuwa and added additional greetings for Estonian, Makhuwa, Tsonga, Võro, and Vwanji.

 

 

June 22, 2014: Added nine new languages to the greetings page: Baltic Romani, Batek, Drubea, Fwâi, Nemi, Nomlaki, Patwin, Pije, and Tidong. Added additional greetings to the entries for Jah Hut, Mohave, and Kelabit. Corrected the language name for Southern Bontok (from Eastern Bontok). 

 

 

June 15, 2014: Added eleven new languages to the greetings page: Abui, Alangan, Anindilyakwa, Kembayan, Kendayan, Mamanwa, North Moluccan Malay, Papuan Malay, Sabah Malay, Urak Lawoi', and Yetfa. Added additional greetings to the entries for Higaonon, Kankanaey, Molbog, and Tagabawa.

 

 

June 8, 2014: Changed the name of Central Bikol (from Central Bicolano), Libon Bikol (from Albay Bicolano), Northern Catanduanes Bikol (from Northern Cataduanes Bicolano), Rinconada Bikol (from Iriga Bicolano), and Southern Catanduanes Bikol (from Southern Catanduanes Bicolano) due to ISO 639-3 updates.

 

 

June 1, 2014: Added eighteen new languages to the greetings page: Angal, Bantayanon, Bine, Bo-Ung, Kasua, Northeast Kiwai, Lenkau, Masbatenyo, North Muyu, South Muyu, Nakanai, Natügu, Ninggerum, Penchal, Tandaganon, Tuwari, Uneapa, and Yil. Added additional greetings to the entries for Biak, Gogodala, Isnag, Lubuagan Kalinga, Southern Kiwai, Kunimaipa, Malol, Tami, Telefol, Terei, Tok Pisin, Wedau, Wipi, and Yongkom.

 

 

May 25, 2014: Added thirty-four new languages to the greetings page: Adzera, Anuki, Au, Awar, Baluan-Pam, Beli, Bipi, Dedua, Ere, Gende, Gitua, Hamtai, Kele, Keoru-Ahia, Koro, Kurti, Lou, Lusi, Malalamai, Malol, Mesem, Nali, Ono, Pamosu, Purari, Rempi, Salumei Mari, Sam, Sio, Suarmin, Tigak, Timbe, Yagwoia, and Yekora. Added additional greetings to the entries for Mangga Buang, Mapos Buang, Ewage Notu, Gedaged, Hula, Kâte, Kayan, Maisin, Miani, Miniafia Oyan, Mussau-Emira, Nalik, Nii, Niwer Mil, Olo, Orokolo, Pak-TongWahgi, and Wedau.  Changed the name of Miniafia Oyan (from Arifama-Miniafia) due to ISO 639-3 updates.

 

 

May 18, 2014: Added twenty new languages to the greetings page: Awiyaana, Bannoni, Chambri, Changriwa, Dano, Doga, Humene, Kairak, Koiari, Kwoma, Mengen, Nukumanu, Siane, Sibe, Sinasina, Siwai, Sos Kundi, Tauade, Terei, Urat, and Usarufa. Added additional greetings to the entries for Abadi, Alamblak, Bariai, Boikin, Chuave, Enga, Hakö, Iatmul, Inoke-Yate, Keapara, Koiali, Koitabu, Mailu, Manam, Mekeo, Nukuria, Sinaugoro, Suau, Sulka, Takuu, Tokano, Torau, and Yauweyuha.  Made corrections to the entries for Abadi, Tabo and Tairuma.  Thanks (tenkiu tumas na merci beaucoup) to Nicolas Garnier and the Melanesian and Pacific Studies Center (University of Papua New Guinea) for the translations for Adzera, Angal, Anuki, Au, Awar, Awiyaana, Baluan-Pam, Bannoni, Beli, Bipi, Bo-Ung, Chambri, Dano, Doga, Ere, Gende, Humene, Kairak, Kasua, Kele, Koiari, Koro, Kwoma, Malol, Salumei Mari, Mengen, Mesem, Nakanai, Nali, Ninggerum, Nukumanu, Ono, Pak-Tong, Pamosu, Purari, Sam, Siane, Sibe, Sinasina, Sio, Sos Kundi, Suarmin, Tauade, Terei, Timbe, Tuwari, Urat, Usarufa, Yagwoia, Yekora, and Yil; for additional translations for Abadi, Alamblak, Boikin, Mangga Buang, Mapos Buang, Chuave, Enga, Ewage Notu, Gedaged, Gogodala, Hakö, Iatmul, Inoke-Yate, Kâte, Kayan, Keapara, Northern Kiwai, Koitabu, Mailu, Mekeo, Miani, Miniafia Oyan, Mussau-Emira, Nii, Niwer Mil, Nukuria, Orokolo, Sinaugoro, Sulka, Takuu, Tokano, Torau, Wedau, Wipi, and Yaweyuha; and for corrections to the entries for Tabo and Tairuma.

 

 

May 11, 2014: Added three new languages to the greetings page: Mbelime, Noon, and Western Tarahumara.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Hmong Dô, Zacatlán Náhuatl, Nda'nda', and Yatzachi Zapotec.  Added a new page for Languages of Mongolia.

 

 

May 4, 2014: Added two new languages to the greetings page: Atzingo Matlatzinca and Tabasco Zoque (Ayapaneco).  Added additional greetings to the entries for Cora, Copala Trique, Guayabero, Huasteco, Huave, Northern Tlaxiaco Mixtec, and Tepehuan.

 

 

April 27, 2014: Added one new language to the greetings page: Teutila Cuicatec. Added additional greetings to the entries for Carib, Highland Oaxaca Chontal, Tepeuxila Cuicatec, Lobi, Mandjak, Pemon, Saurashtra, Talysh, and Venetian.

 

 

April 20, 2014: Added two new languages to the greetings page: Garre and Jiiddu. Made corrections to the entry for Rutul. Added additional greetings to the entry for Tiv. Thanks (сагъул) to Carl Masthay for corrections for Rutul.

 

 

March 30, 2014: Added five new languages to the greetings page: Chuave, Maiani, Mala, Mapun, Miani, and Subanen.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Tawala and Yucuna. Added eighteen additional languages to the What is your name? page, eleven additional languages to the My name is... page, six additional languages to the I don't understand page, and one additional language to the Thank you page.

 

 

March 16, 2014: Added additional greetings to the entry for Tairuma.

 

 

March 2, 2014: Added additional greetings to the entries for Apurina, Hupdë, Kaingáng, Swedish, Veps, and Vod.

 

 

February 23, 2014: Added additional greetings to the entry for Estonian.

 

 

February 16, 2014: Added one new language to the greetings page: Masalit.

 

 

February 9, 2014: Added five new languages to the greetings page: Eskayan, Konjo, Letemboi, Loloda, and Nobiin. Added additional greetings to the entries for Gorontalo, Tuwali Ifugao, Madura, and Nubi; made corrections to the entry for Nubi.

 

 

February 2, 2014: Added five new languages to the greetings page: Kakwa, Kumam, Luwo, Mato and Zaghawa.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Anii, Anuak, Southern Birifor, Kunama, Magdalena Peñasco Mixtec, Balkan Romani, Saramaccan, Shi, and Wali.

 

 

January 19, 2014: Added one new language to the greetings page: Tampulma. Added additional greetings to the entries for Southern Dagaare.  Added "thank you" to the greetings page (languages that begin with the letter "A" only) for many languages that use "thank you" as a greeting response and made a few corrections to the Thank you page.

 

 

January 5, 2014: Added four new languages to the greetings page: Komo, Lotud, Mandari (South Sudan) and Mundari (India). Added additional greetings to the entries for Bashkort, Cuyonon, Futuna, Hausa, Kimaragang, Lenakel, Copala Triqui, and Turkmen; made corrections to the entry for Cuyonon.

 

 

December 29, 2013: Added one new language to the greetings page: Eastern Frisian.  Added additional greetings to the entry for Bavarian.

 

 

December 15, 2013: Added additional greetings to the entry for Yali.

 

 

December 1, 2013: Added six new languages to the greetings page: Are, Ghayavi, Kipchak Uzbek, Kuni, Lepki, and Warwar Feni.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Gapapaiwa, Gimi, Koiali, Northern Uzbek, Sentani, Seselwa Creole, Suena, Shughni, Spanish, Titan, Toura, and Zia.

 

 

November 24, 2013: Added one new language to the greetings page: Yessan-Mayo.  Added additional greetings to the entry for Tetelcingo Nahuatl.

 

 

November 17, 2013: Added two new languages to the greetings page: Migabac and Onobasulu.  Added additional greetings to the entry for Croatian (thank you to Barbara Matohanca).

 

 

October 27, 2013: Made corrections to Mandarin Chinese (thanks to Chengtao Hua).

 

 

October 13, 2013: Added one new language to the greetings page: Suba. Added additional greetings to the entries for Estonian, Võro, Lubukusu and Masaaba.

 

 

October 6, 2013: Added three new languages to the greetings page: Gofa, Guayabero, and Yassic.  Added additional greetings to the entry for Piratapuyo.

 

 

September 29, 2013:  Added seven new languages to the greetings page: Bunak, Habun, Galolen, Idate, Lakalei, Nauete, and Tukudede.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Fataluku, Karelian, Komi-Permyak, Livvi, Ludian, Mambae, Moksha, Inari Saami, Kildin Saami, North Saami, and Udmurt. Made corrections to the entries for Karelian, Makasae, and Moksha.  Made several changes and additions for Erzya, Karelian, Ludian, and Meadow Mari on the other phrases pages.

 

 

September 22, 2013:  Added three new languages to the greetings pages: Alago, Ngas, and Pite Saami.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Kildin Saami, Skolt Saami, Ter Saami, Waziri Pashto and Sonoran Yaqui. Made several changes and additions for Inari Saami, Kilden Saami, Northern Saami, Skolt Saami, and Southern Saami on the other phrases pages.

 

 

September 15, 2013: Added two new languages to the greetings page: Mansaka and Tagabawa.

 

 

September 8, 2013:  Corrected Cebuano entry on the Good morning page (thanks to Sergio Ruiz).

 

 

August 18, 2013:  Added two new languages to the greetings page: Iatmul and Istriot.  Added pages for two countries: Languages of Croatia and Languages of Slovenia.

 

 

August 11, 2013: Added fifteen new languages to the greetings page: Adi Galo, Chamling, Dotyali, Dura, Forest Enets, Tundra Enets, Jerung, Karipuna, Kharia, Kulung, Maithili, Matagalpa, Nar Phu, Sampang, and Yombe.

Added additional greetings to the entries for Chantyal, Curripaco, Movima, Newar, Nepali, and Tariana. Made corrections to the entries for Nepali and Newar on the older How are you? page.  Made formatting changes on all pages.  Added pages for twelve countries: Languages of Barbados, Languages of Belize, Languages of Costa Rica, Languages of El Salvador, Languages of Estonia, Languages of Guatemala, Languages of Honduras, Languages of Jamaica, Languages of Latvia, Languages of Lithuania, Languages of Nicaragua, and Languages of Panama. Thanks to Peter in Kathmandu for information about languages spoken in Nepal!  

    

 

August 4, 2013:  Added four new languages to the greetings page: Apurinã, Tepetotutla Chinantec, Tuyuca, and Waura. Added additional greetings to the entries for Apinayé, Kayapó, Machiguenga, Alcozauca Mixtec, Ambo-Pasco Quechua, Arequipa Quechua, Ayacucho Quechua, Cajamarca Quechua, Cusco Quechua, Margos Quechua, Loja Quichua, Shipibo, Udi, Yine, and others.

 

 

July 28, 2013: Added five new languages to the greetings page: E'ñapa Woromaipu, Ikpeng, Odoodee, Calderón Highland Quechua, and Yukpa. Added additional greetings to the entries for Baniwa, Borôro, Chibcha, Karajá, Kuman, Lenca, Macushi, Mayo, Muniche, Nek, Nhengatu, Palenquero, Upper Guinea Crioulo, Sateré-Mawé, Tapirapé, Tupi, Tupinambá, Wapishana, Warao, and others.

 

 

July 21, 2013:  Added two new languages to the greetings page: Huitepec Mixtec and Ixtenco Otomí.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Arhuaco, Cajarmarca Quechua, Carapana, Chechen, Wu Chinese, Czech, |Gwi, Huave, Huilliche, Jebero, Kannada, Malayalam, Mangue, Mapudungun, Mazatlán Mazateco, Oluwanga, and others.

 

 

July 14, 2013:  Added twenty-seven new languages to the greetings page: Jenaama Bozo, Tieyaxo Bozo, Tiemacewe Bozo, Cerma, Tiranige Diga Dogon, Gbaya-Mbodomo, Northern Gondi, Gungu, Ho, Karaboro, Katu, Lauan, Mfumte, Mina, Mmen, Namosi-Naitasiri-Serua, Car Nicobarese, Niuafo'ou, Nyole, Palestinian Aramaic, Sininkere, Tippera, Tobagonian Creole, Trinidadian Creole, Tunen, Vaeakau-Taumako, and Vame.  Added additional greetings and/or made corrections to the entries for Chhattisgarhi, Fijian, Western Fijian, Fiji Hindi, Caribbean Hindustani, Guyanese Creole, Gwere, Central Nicobarese, Niue, Nyelâyu, Pijin, Rarotongan, Samoan, Tokelauan, Tongan, and Tuvaluan.

 

 

July 7, 2013:  Added twenty-eight new languages to the greetings page: Arakwal, Burduna, Dhudhuroa, Dieri, Garrwa, Gooniyandi, Gunwinggu, Ishkashimi, Karadjeri, Kitja, Kombe, Kurnai, Martu Wangka, Miriwung, Murrinh-Patha, Ngarinyin, Nyangumarta, Nyiyaparli, Nyulnyul, Paakantyi, Pinigura, Pinjarup, Tahltan, Walmajarri, Wambaya, Warungu, Woiwurrung, and Yindjibarndi.  Added additional greetings and/or made corrections to the entries for Arrernte, Burarra, Lillooet, Panytyima, Rusyn, and Worimi.  Corrected language names for Chichewa (formerly Nyanja), Dhimba (formerly Zemba), Remontado Dumagat (formerly Sinauna), Fagauvea (formerly Uvean), Farefare (formerly Ninkare), Hawu (formerly Sabu), Jakalteko (formerly Popti'), Mayangna (formerly Sumo Mayangna), Niwer Mil (formerly Tangga), Nyishi (formerly Nisi), Oshiwambo (formerly Kwanyama), Ossetic (formerly Osetin), and several other changes due to ISO 639-3 updates.  Updated formatting on several pages.

 

 

June 30, 2013:  Added twenty-four new languages to the greetings page: Akpes, Anii, Classical Armenian, Bugun, Che, Fala, Jibu, Kirya-Konzel, Kosena, Kushi, Manga Kanuri, Lele (Guinea), Mengisa, Molbog, Ogbia, Punic, Puroik, Reshe, Slavomolisano, Temein, Tsuvadi, Tula, Ukaan, and Yasa.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Chadian Arabic, Jere, Lemoro, San Juan Colorado Mixtec, Ngemba, Nupe, Lambayeque Quechua, Southern Conchucos Quechua, Tzeltal, and Yoruba. Updated formatting on the alphabetical greetings pages.  Many thanks to Roger Blench for the Bugun, Che, Jere, Jibu, Kirya-Kozel, Kushi, Lemoro, Manga Kanuru, Mengisa, Nupe, Ogbia, Puroik, Reshe, Temein, Tsuvadi, Tula, and Yasa translations!

 

 

June 23, 2013:  Added fourteen new languages to the greetings page: Agwagwune, Bambassi, Damakawa, Dass, Dizin, Ebira, Geji, Jahanka, Me'en, Soo, Teke-Fuumu, Tiv, Ubaghara, and Yakoma.  Added additional greetings to Agdobba and Harari.

 

 

June 16, 2013:  Added fourteen new languages to the greetings page: Borôro, Jamaican Creole, Keliko, Lele (Congo), Mbosi, Ndumu, Ombamba, Oring, Salampasu, Saurashtra, Teke-Tege, Unubahe, Wongo, and Choapan Zapotec.  Added additional greetings to Bilen, Budu, Mangbetu, Sango, and several other languages.

 

 

June 9, 2013:  Added twenty-eight new languages to the greetings page: Aja, Assangori, Bidiyo, Bidyogo, Brahui, Bwatoo, Cemuhî, Day, Dogoso, Gade, Northwest Gbaya, Hunde, Jawe, Kaba Démé, Lele, Kanembu, Mbay, Mid-Southern Banda, Ndemli, Nêlêmwa-Nixumwak, Nuni, Paici, Matya Samo, Sangu, Sena (Mozambique), Tasawaq, Tumak, and Xârâcùù.  Added additional greetings to the entries for Abellen Ayta, Ajië, Iaai, Boundoukou Kulango, Kwakum, Migaama, Numèè, Sar, Shor, Torau, and several other languages.  

 

June 2, 2013:  Added six new languages to the greetings page: Carijona, Ozumacin Chinantec, Dendi, Emerillon, Pamigua, and Wayana. Added additional greetings to the entries for Gen, Karon, and Wayampi.

 

 

 

Recent acknowledgements:

 

March 4, 2017: Thanks (murakoze) to Adrien Rumanzi for corrections for Kinyarwanda.

December 30, 2016: Thanks (galatoomi) to Ahmed Biftu for corrections for West Central Oromo spelling.

June 28, 2016: Thanks (labai ačiū ir diekou) to Palmyras Vaitkus for additional translations for Samogitian and Lithuanian.

April 27, 2016: Thanks (matur nuwun) to Afif Widiyanto Musthofa for corrections for Javanese.

March 29, 2016: Thanks (tlazohcamati ihuan tesawra) to Pat Rivera for Sumerian and Tase Naga (Shekyü dialect) translations, additions to the entry for Ho, and corrections for Kamba, Lakota, and Classical Nahuatl.

February 26, 2016: Thanks (me da wase) to Pious Asante for additions to the entry for Sehwe (Sefwe).

November 13, 2015: Thanks (muchas gracias) to Ronan Paul Dayot y Bulahan for corrections for Chavacano.

November 12, 2015: Thanks (धन्यवाद) to Matt Karj for corrections for Marathi.

August 31, 2015: Thanks (nì zùo) to Don Slager for additions and corrections for Bassa.

August 17, 2015: Thanks (nì zùo) to Tertia Kaul for information about Bassa.

July 26, 2015: Thanks (soko) to Fabienne Guedy for additional translations for Mundang.

June 21, 2015: Thanks (谢谢) to Jana Huang for additions and corrections for Mandarin Chinese.

May 14, 2015: Thanks (mantiosh chawe) to Jackeline Castellanos for corrections for Kakchikel.

April 28, 2015: Thanks (osolopaki) to Steve Parker for translations for Chamicuro.

April 27, 2015: Thanks (osolopaki) to Aby van Creveld for information about Chamicuro.

April 21, 2015: Thanks (waq waq) to Joy Sanders and Arden Sanders for translations for Kamasau.

April 11, 2015: Thanks (yooz ma samsisíin xo) to Steve Marlett for translations for Seri.

March 18, 2015: Thanks (пачиба) to Ed Vajda for translations for Ket and information about Chukchi.

February 27, 2015: Thanks (galleteho) to Dubale Sahile for translations for Kafa (Kafinoono).

February 25, 2015: Thanks (galatoomii) to Teferi Kumssa Dandena (University of Addis Ababa) for additions for West Central Oromo and Borana Oromo, and corrections to West Central Oromo.

February 20, 2015: Thanks (የቐንየለይ) to Dagnew Mache (University of Addis Ababa) for corrections for Tigrigna.

February 19, 2015: Thanks (ханджанав) to Źmicier Kušnaroŭ for corrections for Kalmyk-Oirat and Komi-Zyrian.

February 15, 2015: Thanks (asoropaiy) to Swintha Danielsen (University of Leipzig) for translations for Paunaka, corrections for Baure, and information about languages of Bolivia and languages of Ethiopia.

October 29, 2014: Thanks (kalahngan oh si yu'us ma'ase') to Danko Taborosi for translations for Namonuito, Pááfang, and the Sapwuahfik (Ngatikese) dialect of Pohnpeian; and for additional translations for Nukuoro, Mokilese, Mortlockese, Pinglapese, Puluwatese, and Woleaian.

October 22, 2014: Thanks (sira eliwa ja paljon kiitoksia) to Liisa Berghäll for corrections for Mauwake and Finnish.

September 27, 2014: Thanks (danke) to Linda Maendel for translations for Hutterisch.

September 17, 2014: Thanks (grazie) to Raoul Zamponi for translations for Akabea.

September 11, 2014: Thanks (muchas gracias) to Fernando Cordero for additions for Spanish.

August 12, 2014: Thanks (yawʌ) to Sheri Beglen for corrections for Oneida.

July 31, 2014: Thanks again (oyiwala dɔŋŋ ekoŋŋ) to Nii Sarpei Nunoo for additional translations for Ga and information about languages spoken in Ghana.

May 18, 2014: Thanks (tenkiu tumas na merci beaucoup) to Nicolas Garnier and the Melanesian and Pacific Studies Center (University of Papua New Guinea) for the translations for Adzera, Angal, Anuki, Au, Awar, Awiyaana, Baluan-Pam, Bannoni, Beli, Bipi, Bo-Ung, Chambri, Dano, Doga, Ere, Gende, Humene, Kairak, Kasua, Kele, Koiari, Koro, Kwoma, Malol, Salumei Mari, Mengen, Mesem, Nakanai, Nali, Ninggerum, Nukumanu, Ono, Pak-Tong, Pamosu, Purari, Sam, Siane, Sibe, Sinasina, Sio, Sos Kundi, Suarmin, Tauade, Terei, Timbe, Tuwari, Urat, Usarufa, Yagwoia, Yekora, and Yil; for additional translations for Abadi, Alamblak, Boikin, Mangga Buang, Mapos Buang, Chuave, Enga, Ewage Notu, Gedaged, Gogodala, Hakö, Iatmul, Inoke-Yate, Kâte, Kayan, Keapara, Northern Kiwai, Koitabu, Mailu, Mekeo, Miani, Miniafia Oyan, Mussau-Emira, Nii, Niwer Mil, Nukuria, Orokolo, Sinaugoro, Sulka, Takuu, Tokano, Torau, Wedau, Wipi, and Yaweyuha; and for corrections to the entries for Tabo and Tairuma.

April 20, 2014: Thanks (сагъул) to Carl Masthay for corrections for Rutul.

November 17, 2013: Thanks (hvala) to Barbara Matohanca for corrections for Croatian.

October 27, 2013: Thanks (謝謝) to Chengtao Hua for corrections for Mandarin Chinese.

September 8, 2013:  Thanks (salamat) to Sergio Ruiz for corrections for Cebuano.

August 11, 2013: Thanks (धन्यवाद) to Peter in Kathmandu for information about languages spoken in Nepal.

June 30, 2013:  Thanks (usa) to Roger Blench for Bugun, Che, Jere, Jibu, Kirya-Kozel, Kushi, Lemoro, Manga Kanuru, Mengisa, Nupe, Ogbia, Puroik, Reshe, Temein, Tsuvadi, Tula, and Yasa translations.

May 12, 2013: Thanks (mataa rakaha) to Julie MacKay for Teop translations.

April 14, 2013: Thanks (wado) to Sushil Subramanian for Piscataway and Timucua translations.

April 7, 2013:  Thanks (om m̈ece mara nom rueruen) to Alex François for Araki, Dorig, Hiw, Koro, Lakon, Lemerig, Lo-Toga, Lovono, Mota, Mwerlap, Mwesen, Mwotlap, Nume, Olrat, Tanema, Teanu, and Vurës translations.

March 4, 2013: Thanks (oyiwala dɔŋŋ) to Nii Sarpei Nunoo for corrections for Ga.

February 25, 2013: Thanks (dankon) to Eduardo Corrales for corrections for Esperanto.

February 25, 2013: Thanks (ممنونم) to Yashar Farahmand for corrections for Persian.

January 15, 2013: Thanks (agyamanak) to Carl Rubino for corrections for Ilocano.

November 27, 2012: Thanks (ممنونم) to Farhid Hafezi for corrections for Persian.

October 23, 2012: Thanks (imena) to Ben Aina for additional translations for Igbo.

September 26, 2012: Thanks (беречет-босын) to Linda Barsik for corrections for Adyge.

Many thanks to the numerous people who also provided translations or other information for this website from 1995 to 2012. Many of their names were listed on the earlier version of this website, and eventually they became too numerous to list. If you provided translations for my project and you would like to see your name listed here, or if you have additional translations or corrections to contribute, please contact me

 

 

 

 
    

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