thank you - Wiktionary

thank you – Wiktionary

  • Abkhaz: иҭабуп (itābuṗ)
  • Adangme: mo tsumi
  • Afar: gadda ge
  • Afrikaans: dankie (af), baie dankie (af)
  • Ainu: イヤイラィケレ (iyairaykere) (generally used), ハアㇷ゚ (haap), ヒオヨィ (hioyoy)
  • Akan: me da wo ase
  • Albanian:
    Gheg: falimineres
    Tosk: faleminderit (sq), ju falem nderit
  • Aleut: qaĝaasakuq (Atkan), qaĝaalakux̂ (Jap)
  • Alutiiq: quyanaa
  • Ambonese Malay: dangke
  • American Signal Language: OpenB@Chin-PalmBack OpenB@FromChin-PalmUp
  • Amharic: ኣመሰገናልሎ (ʾamäsägnaləlo), አመሰግናለሁ (ʾämäsägnalähu)
  • Apache:
    Chiricahua: ixehe
    Jicarilla: ihéedń
    Western Apache: ahíyi’é (San Carlos, Bylas), áho
  • Arabic: شُكْراً(šukran)
    Moroccan Arabic: برْكة الله فيك(bərka llæh fik, actually God bless you), الله يبرْك فيك(llæh ibərk fik, actually God bless you), الله يرْحم وليدك(llæh irḥəm wəlidək, actually God have mercy upon your mother and father)
  • Aramaic: ܬܘܕܝ(tawdi)
  • Armenian: շնորհակալություն (hy) (šnorhakalutʿyun), շնորհակալ եմ (šnorhakal em)
  • Aromanian: haristo
  • Assamese: ধনাবাদ (dhonabad)
  • Asturian: gracies
  • Avar: баркала (barkala)
  • Azerbaijani: təşəkkür (az), sağ ol, təşəkkür edirəm, çox razıyam
    Cyrillic: тəшəккүр, сағ ол, тəшəккүр едирəм, чох разыjам
    South Azerbaijani: تشکر ادرم(tesekkur edirem)
  • Balinese: suksma
  • Bashkir: рәхмәт (räxmät)
  • Basque: eskerrik asko (eu), mila esker (eu), esker aunitz
  • Belarusian: дзя́кую (dzjákuju), дзя́куй (dzjákuj)
  • Bengali: ধন্যবাদ (bn) (dhônnôbad)
  • Bhojpuri: धन्यवाद (dhanyavād)
  • Bikol Central: Dyos mabalos
  • Breton: trugarez (br)
  • British Signal Language: (please confirm)File:Bsl-thank-you.svg
  • Bulgarian: благодаря́ (bg) (blagodarjá), мерси́ (bg) (mersí)
  • Burmese: ကျေးဇူးတင်ပါတယ် (kye:ju:tangpatai), ကျေးဇူးပဲ (kye:ju:pai:)
  • Catalan: gràcies (ca), moltes gràcies (ca), mercès (ca)
  • Cebuano: salamat
  • Chamicuro: osolopaki
  • Chechen: баркал (barkal), дела реза хуьйла (dela reza χüjla), саха хуьйла (saχa χüjla)
  • Cherokee: ᎠᎾᎵᎮᎵᎬ (analiheligv)
  • Chichewa: zikomo
  • Chinese language:
    Cantonese: 多謝 (yue), 多谢 (do1 ze6) (for one thing obtained), 唔該 (yue), 唔该 (m4 goi1) (for one thing carried out)
    Dungan: дуәще (duəxi͡ə), рахмат (rahmat)
    Hakka: 恁仔細, 恁仔细 (án-chṳ́-se), 承蒙 (sṳ̀n-mùng), 多謝, 多谢 (tô-chhia)
    Mandarin: 謝謝 (zh), 谢谢 (zh) (xièxie), 多謝 (zh), 多谢 (zh) (duōxiè), 三Q (zh) (sān-Q) (slang), 感謝您 (formal), 感谢您 (gǎnxiè nín)
    Min Dong: 謝謝, 谢谢 (siâ-siâ)
    Min Nan: 多謝 (zh-min-nan), 多谢 (to-siā), 感謝 (zh-min-nan), 感谢 (kám-siā), 勞力 (zh-min-nan), 劳力 (ló͘-la̍t)
    Wu: 謝謝, 谢谢 (xxia xxia, xxia hhia)
  • Choctaw: yakokí
  • Chuukese: kinisou
  • Chuvash: тав (tav)
  • Cornish: meur ras
  • Crimean Tatar: sağ ol (casual), sağ oluñız (formal), teşekkür
  • Czech: děkuji (cs), děkuji vám, děkuji ti
  • Danish: tak (da)
  • Dhivehi: ޝުކުރިއްޔާ(šukuriyyā)
  • Dutch: dank je, (formal) dank u (nl), bedankt (nl)
  • Dzongkha: བཀའ་དྲིན་ཆེ (bka’ drin che)
  • Jap Mari: тау (tau)
  • Erzya: сюкпря (sjukprja)
  • Esperanto: dankon (eo), mi dankas
  • Estonian: aitäh (et), aitüma, tänan, täname
  • Faroese: takk, takk fyri, tøkk
  • Fijian: vinaka
  • Finnish: kiitos (fi)
  • French: merci (fr), je vous remercie, merci bien (fr) (formally)
  • Fula: a jaraama
  • Ga: shidaa
  • Galician: grazas
  • Georgian: მადლობა (madloba), გმადლობთ (gmadlobt)
  • German: danke (de), habe vielen Dank, haben Sie vielen Dank (formal), ich danke schön, ich danke sehr, ich sage Dank, danke schön, danke sehr, vielen Dank
    Alemannic German: danke, merci
    Bavarian: danksche
  • Gilbertese: ko rabwa, kam rabwa (to a number of individuals)
  • Gothic: 𐌸𐌰𐌲𐌺𐍃 (þagks)
  • Greek: ευχαριστώ (el) (efcharistó), να ‘σαι καλά (na ‘sai kalá)
    Historical: εὐχαριστῶ (eukharistô)
  • Greenlandic: qujanaq
  • Gujarati: આભાર (ābhār), ધન્યવાદ (dhanyavād)
  • Haitian Creole: mèsi
  • Hausa: na gode
  • Hawaiian: mahalo
  • Hebrew: תּוֹדָה (he) (todá)
  • Hiligaynon: salamat
  • Hindi: धन्यवाद (hello) (dhanyavād), शुक्रिया (hello) (śukriyā), थैंक्यू (thaiṅkyū) (colloquial), थैंक्स (thaiṅks)
  • Hopi: kwakwhay m, askwali f
  • Hungarian: köszönöm (hu) (first-person singular), köszönjük (first-person plural)
  • Iban: terima kasih
  • Icelandic: takk (is), takk fyrir (is), þökk fyrir
  • Ido: danko (io), me dankas
  • Igbo: daalụ
  • Indonesian: terima kasih (id), makasih (id) (casual)
  • Inuktitut: nakummek
  • Inupiaq: quyanaq
  • Irish: go raibh maith agat (to 1 individual), go raibh maith agaibh (to a couple of individual)
  • Istro-Romanian: huåla
  • Italian: grazie (it)
  • Japanese: ありがとうございます (ja) (arigatō gozaimasu), ありがとう (ja) (arigatō), どうもありがとう (dōmo arigatō), どうも (dōmo), サンキュー (ja) (sankyū), 大きに (おおきに, ōkini) (Osaka)
  • Javanese: hatur nuwun, nuwun sewu (many thanks, million thanks)
  • Jingpho: chyeju kaba sai yaw
  • Kannada: ಧನ್ಯವಾದ (kn) (dhanyavāda)
  • Karachay-Balkar: сау бол
  • Karelian: passibo, kiitos
  • Kazakh: сізге рахмет (sizge raxmet), рақмет сізге (raqmet sizge)
  • Khanty: пумасипа (pumasipa)
  • Khmer: អរគុណ (ɑɑ kun)
  • Kikuyu: thengiũ, nĩ wega
  • Kiowa: áho
  • Kongo: ntondele
  • Korean: 고맙습니다 (gomapseumnida), 감사합니다 (ko) (gamsahamnida), 고마워 (gomawo)
  • Kurdish:
    Central Kurdish: سوپاس (ku) (supas)
    Northern Kurdish: spas (ku)
  • Kwak’wala: ǥilakas’la
  • Kyrgyz: рахмат (ky) (rahmat), ыракмат (ky) (ırakmat)
  • Ladin: giulan
  • Lakota: philámayaye (I thanks singular), philámayayapi (I thanks all)
  • Lao: ຂອບໃຈ (khǭp chai)
  • Latin: gratiās (la) f pl, gratiās agō, gratiās tibi, gratiās vobis, tibi gratiās agō, benignē dīcis
  • Latvian: paldies
  • Ligurian: merçì
  • Lithuanian: ačiū (lt), dėkoju, dėkui (lt)
  • Livonian: tienū
  • Lombard: gràzzie (Jap), gràzzia (Western)
  • Low German: ik danke, ik danke dy (Paderbornisch)
  • Ludian: spassibo
  • Luo: erokamano
  • Luxembourgish: merci
  • Lü: ᦍᦲᧃᦡᦲ (yiinḋii)
  • Macedonian: благо́дарам (blagódaram), (colloquial) фа́ла (fála)
  • Malagasy: misaotra (mg)
  • Malay: terima kasih (ms), kamsia (ms), menjunjung kasih (adressing kings and queens)
  • Malayalam: നന്‌റി (nan‌ṟi)
  • Maltese: grazzi (mt)
  • Manchu: ᠪᠠᠨᡳᡥᠠ (baniha)
  • Mansi: пумасипа (pumasipa)
  • Manx: gura mie ayd
  • Maori: kia ora (mi)
  • Marathi: धन्यवाद (dhanyavād)
  • Moksha: сюконян пек (sjukonjan pek)
  • Mongolian: баярлалаа (bajarlalaa), гялайлаа (gjalajlaa)
  • Mòcheno: gèltsgott
  • Nahuatl: tlazohcamati (nah)
  • Nama: gangans
  • Navajo: ahéheeʼ
  • Nepali: धन्यवाद (dhanyavād)
  • Ngarrindjeri: anu nginti
  • Ngazidja Comorian: marahaɓa, asanta
  • Nootka: ƛ̕eeko
  • Northern Ohlone: ‘alšip-mak
  • Northern Thai: please add this translation when you can
  • Norwegian: takk (no)
  • Occitan: mercé (oc)
  • Ojibwe: miigwech, chi-miigwech, gichi-miigwech
  • Omaha-Ponca: wiblaho
  • Oriya: ଧନ୍ୟବାଦ୍ (dhônyôbad)
  • Oromo: maharaba
  • Ossetian: бузныг (buznyg)
  • Paiwan: masalu, maljimalji
  • Palauan: sulang
  • Pashto: تشکر (ps) (tašakór), مننه(manana)
  • Persian: ممنونم(mamnúnam) (Iran, formal), متشکرم (fa) (motešakeram), مرسی (fa) (mérsi) (casual), تشکر (fa) (tašákur) (Afghanistan), سپاسگزارم (fa) (sepasgozaram), سپاس (fa) (sepâs)
  • Pohnpeian: kalahngan
  • Polish: dziękuję (pl)
  • Portuguese: obrigado (pt) (stated by male), obrigada (pt) (stated by feminine), bem haja (pt), muito obrigado (pt) (stated by male), muito obrigada (stated by feminine), valeu (casual, Brazil)
  • Punjabi: ਸ਼ੁਕਰਿਆ (śukriā)
  • Quechua: agradiseyki
  • Romani: nais tuqe (to 1 individual), nais tumenqe (to a couple of individual), palikerav tuqe (to 1 individual), palikerav tumenqe (to a couple of individual)
  • Romanian: mulțumesc (ro), mersi (ro) (casual)
  • Romansch: engraziel fetg
  • Russian: спаси́бо (ru) (spasíbo), благодарю́ (ru) (blagodarjú), мерси́ (ru) (mersí) (colloquial)
  • Rusyn: дя́кую (djákuju)
  • Rwanda-Rundi: urakoze
  • Sami:
    Inari: takkâ, kijtto
    Kildin: пассьпе (passʹpʹe)
    Lule: gijtto
    Northern: giitu
    Pite: gijto
    Skolt: späʹsseb
    Southern: gæjhtoe, gudtsien (about meals)
    Ume: gijtuov
  • Samoan: fa’afetai
  • Sanskrit: धन्यवाद (sa) (dhanyavāda), (please confirm)अनुगृहीतोऽस्मि (anugṛhīto’smi), अनुगृहीतास्मि f (anugṛhītāsmi)
  • Scottish Gaelic: tapadh leat (to 1 individual, casual), tapadh leibh (to 1 individual, formal; to a couple of individual), mòran taing
  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic: хвала
    Roman: hvala (sh)
  • Shan: please add this translation when you can
  • Sichuan Yi: ꈀꎭꀕ (kax sha w)
  • Sindhi: مہربانی(mehrbani)
  • Sinhalese: ඉස්තුති (istuti), ස්තුති (stuti)
  • Situ: please add this translation when you can
  • Slovak: ďakujem (I thanks), ďakujeme (we thanks)
  • Slovene: hvála (sl)
  • Somali: mahadsanid
  • Sorbian:
    Decrease Sorbian: źěkujom se
  • Sotho: kea leboha
  • Southern Altai: быйан болзын (bïyan bolzïn)
  • Spanish: gracias (es), muchas gracias (es)
  • Sundanese: nuhun, hatur nuhun
  • Svan: ივასუ ხარი (ivasu xari)
  • Swahili: asante, shukrani (sw)
  • Swedish: tack (sv), tack så mycket (sv)
  • Tagalog: salamat (tl)
  • Tahitian: māuruuru
  • Tajik: ташаккур (tg) (tašakkur), раҳмат (rahmat)
  • Tamil: நன்றி (ta) (naṉṟi)
  • Tatar: рәхмәт (tt) (räxmät)
  • Telugu: ధన్యవాదాలు (te) (dhanyavādālu)
  • Thai: ขอบคุณ (th) (kɔ̀ɔp-kun)
    Isan: ขอบใจ (kɔ̀ɔp jai)
  • Tibetan: ཐུགས་རྗེ་ཆེ (thugs rje che)
  • Tigrinya: የቐንየለይ (yäḳʰänyäläy)
  • Tlingit: gunalchéesh
  • Tok Pisin: tenkyu
  • Tongan: mālō
  • Tswana: ke a leboga
  • Turkish: sağ olun (formal), sağ ol (tr) (casual), teşekkür ederim (tr), teşekkürler (tr), mersi (tr)
  • Turkmen: sag boluň, spasiba
    Cyrillic: саг болуң
  • Tuvan: улуг өөрдүм (ulug öördüm), четтирдим (çettirdim)
  • Tz’utujil: (please confirm)maltiox
  • Udihe: асаса (asasa)
  • Udmurt: тау (tau)
  • Ukrainian: дя́кую (djákuju), спаси́бі (uk) (spasýbi)
  • Urdu: شکریہ (ur) (śukriyā), جزاک اللہ(Jazāk Allāh) (typically utilized by Muslims), دھنیہ واد(dhanya-vād) (not often by Hindus), جزاک اللہ خیر(Jazāk Allāh xair) (typically utilized by Muslims), نوازش(nevāziś) (formal),
  • Uyghur: رەھمەت(rehmet), ھەشقاللا(heshqalla)
  • Uzbek: rahmat (uz), tashakkur (uz)
    Cyrillic: рахмат (Northern Uzbek)
  • Veps: kitän
  • Vietnamese: cám ơn (vi) (感恩) (plus one in every of: ông (vi), , , anh, chị (vi), em, quí vịrelying on topic of gratitude), cảm ơn (vi), đa tạ (多謝)
  • Võro: aiteh
  • Walloon: merci (wa), gråces (wa)
  • Welsh: diolch (cy)
  • West Frisian: tankewol, tanke
  • Western Panjabi: شُکریا(šukriya)
  • Wolof: jërëjëf (wo)
  • Xhosa: enkosi
  • Yakut: баһыыба (bahııba), махтал (maxtal) (formal)
  • Yiddish: אַ דאַנק(a dank), אַ דאַנק דיר(a dank dir)
  • Yoruba: e se
  • Yup’ik: quyana
  • Zazaki: teşekur kenam
  • Zhuang: dwgrengz mwngz loz (actually you labored laborious), dɯgreŋƨ mɯŋƨ loƨ (previous orthography)
  • Zulu: ngiyabonga (zu)

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