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Jennifer's Language Pages - Greetings in more than 3000 languages

 

To find a specific language, click on the first letter of the language's name and then choose the language from the list.

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This page contains greetings in the languages listed below, which begin with the letter X. 

 

There are 11 languages on this page.  

 

 

 

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Xaasongaxango [kao] (Mali and Senegal.)
  I sooma general greeting
  I nin sooma general greeting
  Alu nin sooma general greeting spoken to a group
  I nin sege greeting spoken to a person who has been working ("you and your weariness")
  Alu nin sege greeting spoken to a group who has been working
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|Xam [xam] (South Africa.)
  !Gau-e kke morning greeting
  !Gau-e tuken kke reply to !Gau-e kke
  !Gau-e kke kan o morning greeting spoken to one man
  !Gau-e kke kan gu we morning greeting spoken to a group of men
  ||Kuonna kke midday greeting
  ||Kuonna tuken kke reply to ||Kuonna kke
  !Kui kke afternoon greeting
  !Kui tuken kke reply to !Kui kke
  !Kui ||xa kke afternoon greeting
  Kkuerre kkuerre kke evening greeting
  Kkuerre kkuerre tuken kke reply to Kkuerre kkuerre kke
  Ga kke nighttime greeting
  Ga tuken kke reply to Ga kke
  !ae general greeting in an older (19th century) dialect
  Oa to general greeting in an older (19th century) dialect
  |abe general greeting in an older (19th century) dialect
  ||kaishi ge greeting spoken when meeting someone, in an older (19th century) dialect
  A ty ≠ke |hau greeting spoken to a person who arrives on foot, in an older (19th century) dialect
  ||gā general daytime greeting in an older (19th century) dialect
  |guma early morning greeting used before sunrise in an older (19th century) dialect
  Kwebbe morning greeting used after sunrise in an older (19th century) dialect
  ||nīŋ evening greeting in an older (19th century) dialect
  kensi ||k"um nighttime greeting in an older (19th century) dialect
  Ga ||kaba la? how are you, literally "how do you stand?" in an older (19th century) dialect
  Axa te:n far di:ka? how are you? in an older (19th century) dialect
  N fara /tswi \||oa llẽ reply to Axa te:n far di:ka in an older (19th century) dialect ("I am well, in God's name")
     
Xrc [ane] (New Caledonia.)
  Bosu general greeting
  Xairk? how are you?
  Ke f tii? where are you going?
     
Xavnte [xav] (Brazil: Mato Grosso.)
  Rowa'awẽ general greeting
  E rowẽ di general greeting
  Ĩhe, rowẽ di reply to E rowẽ di
  E momo te aimo? greeting spoken to a person who is going somewhere, literally "where are you going?"
     
Xet [xet] (Brazil: Paran.)
  Entxeiwi general greeting
     
Xhosa [xho] (South Africa and Lesotho.)
  Molo general greeting spoken to one person
  Molweni general greeting spoken to a group of people
  Kunjani? how are you? spoken to one person
  Unjani? how are you? spoken to one person
  Ndiphilile reply to Kunjani and Unjani
  Ndisaphila reply to Kunjani and Unjani
  Ndiyaphila reply to Kunjani and Unjani
  Ninjani? how are you? spoken to a group of people
  Siphilile reply to Ninjani
  Siyaphila reply to Ninjani
  Namkelekile welcome greeting
  Siya namkela nonke welcome greeting
     
Xibe [sjo] (China: Xinjiang Ugyhur Autonomous Region.)
  Baitakū na? how are you?
  Hoju na? how are you?
  Si hoju na? how are you?
  Bei hoju na? how are you?
  Sayin reply to Si hoju na
  Baita ni ijishūn na? how are you?
  Avsi duluvimareje? how is everything?
  Sian banjuimareje reply to Avsi duluvimareje
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Xinca [xin] (Guatemala.)
  Antarti a na mento formal greeting
  Antarti a na mento t'zimahahli formal greeting to a group of people
  Tarti a na mento formal greeting
  Ansamaj antarti mento formal greeting
  Mento general greeting
  Mento tata general greeting spoken to a man
  Mento nana general greeting spoken to a woman
  Tay nana general greeting spoken to a woman
  Xanki pa'ri morning greeting
  Xanki na'wu afternoon greeting
  Xanki smah nighttime greeting
  Xani yanak? how are you?, informal
  Xani yanaka? how are you?, formal
  Hurum num reply to Xani yanak and Xani yanaka
  Hapay humaray welcome greeting, "come in"
  Xawuya welcome greeting, "have a seat"
  Xima nimaqui con Dios morning greeting in a 19th century dialect from Jalapa
  Xima nuoiguai con Dios nighttime greeting in a 19th century dialect from Jalapa
  Xima coy canay sal parri? how are you? in a 19th century dialect from Chiquimulilla
  Nensu reply to Xima coy canay sal parri  in a 19th century dialect from Chiquimulilla
  Muy huastaya welcome greeting in a 19th century dialect from Chiquimulilla, "come in"
  Muy casunuya welcome greeting in a 19th century dialect from Chiquimulilla, "have a seat"
     
Xiri [xii] (South Africa. Namibia)
  Amtis ka fara? how are you?
  Amtis xa fara? how are you?
  Amtis ka na di? how are you?
  Amti ka ʔ na khĩ? how are you?
  t Abete general greeting in the Eastern Cape Khoekhoe dialect (18th century)
  t Kwamoutsi morning greeting in the Eastern Cape Khoekhoe dialect (18th century)
  ts Kormoutsti evening greeting in the Eastern Cape Khoekhoe dialect (18th century)
  'Za am 'li he sats? how are you? in the Eastern Cape Khoekhoe dialect (18th century)
  Tiri 'kai reply to 'Za am 'li he sats
     
Xokleng [xok] (Brazil: Santa Catarina State)
  H m j? how are you? spoken to a person who is standing
  H nũ j reply to H m j
  H m nẽ? how are you? spoken to a person who is sitting
  H nũ nẽ reply to H m nẽ
  H m n? how are you? spoken to a person who is lying down
  H nũ n reply to H m n
  H t a katẽg nũ v? where are you coming from?
  H l a tẽg nũ v? where are you going?
     
Xukur [xoo] (Brazil.)
  Břemen morning greeting
  Ilarenm afternoon greeting
  Iarenm afternoon greeting
  Tataremen nighttime greeting
  kk'um? how are you?
  kk reply to kk'um
     
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