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Как сказать спасибо на бенгальском?

Мне всегда было интересно как звучит наше родное \”СПАСИБО\” на разных языках.Мне всегда было интересно как звучит наше родное \”СПАСИБО\” на разных языках.<!–more–>Поискав на просторах интернета сделал небольшую подборочку. Наслаждайтесь;)
Afrikaans (Africa) ? Dankie
Albanian ? Faleminderit
Arabic ? Sukran
Arabic ? Shukran Gazillan (Thank you very much)
Armenian ? shur-nur-ah-gah-lem
Australian ? Thoinks, Moite!
Basque Country (between France and Spain) ? Eskerrik asko (Thank you very much)
Bengali ? Dhannyabad
Bulgarian ? Blagodaria
Bosnia ? Hvala
Burma(Myanmar) ? Jae Zu Din Pa De (Thank you)
Cameroon (Duala) ? Na som (thanks)
Cameroon (Duala) ? Na som djita (Thank you very much)
Cantonese ? M?goy (sp? ? thank you for the service)
Cantonese ? Do jey (sp? ? thank you for the gift)
Catalonia (catalan) ? grcies [grah\’-si-es] estandard
Catalonia (catalan) ? moltes grcies [many thanks]
Catalonia (catalan) ? merci [mer\’-si] very colloquial
Cherokee Nation ? Wado (Thank you)
Cherokee (Eastern) ? Skee (Thank you)
Chinese (Mandarin) ? Xie_Xie (shieh shieh)
Chinese (Cantonese) Mh goi (m-ghoh-ee) (informal: thanks)
Chinese (Cantonese) Do jeh (tou yeh) (formal: thanks)
Cook Islander ? Kia Manuia
Croatia ? Hvala
Czech ? Dekuji (deh?-ku-yih)
Danish ? tak (tahg)
Dutch ? dank U wel (dahnk you well) (formal: thank you very much)
Dutch ? bedankt / dank je wel (dahnk ye well) (informal: thanks) ? WEL is ?good?, like ?I wish you well?
Dutch ? Dank U zeer / duizend maal dank (thank you VERY much) ? a superlative and used when you get stuck in a thunderstorm, then lost, mugged, robbed, etc. And someone helps you. Only then. ZEER is ?very?. JE and U are ?you?, but informal and formal. (still alive in old english like in ?ye olde?). ?Duizend maal? means a ?thousand times?.
Dutch ? hartelijk dank (thanks from the heart) Another formal form used in contexts like: ?thanks for coming/inviting? (to a wedding, birthday party) or when receiving a formal present.
English ? Thanks awfully, old boy
Esperanto ? Dankon (thank you)
Esperanto ? Dankegon (thank you very much)
Estonia ? Aith
Ewe Togo (Africa) ? Akp (App)
Ewe Togo (Africa) ? Apk na wo (Thanks to you)
Fijian ? Vinaka
Fijiab ? Vinaka vaka levu (Thank you very much)
Finnish ? kiitos (kee?-toas)
Fon Benin (Africa) – Kp nu w
French ? merci (mehr-see?)
French ? Merci Madame ? Thanks (to a woman)
French ? Merci Mademoiselle ? Thanks (to a young girl)
French ? Merci Monsieur ? Thanks (to a man)
F.Y.R.O.M. (Macedonia) ? Hvala
Gambia (Mandinka) ? Abarka
Georgia(Sakartvelo) ? madlobt (thank you)
Georgia(Sakartvelo) ? didi madloba (thank you very much)
German ? Danke (dahn?-kuh)
German ? Danke schoen (literally: nicely thank you, outdated)
German ? Danke sehr (Thank you very much)
German -Vielen Dank (Many Thanks)
Greek ? Efharisto (ef-har-ris-tou?)
Greek ? Efkaristo poly
Guarani ? Aguije (ah-we-JAY) native indian language of Paraguay and Western Brazil
Guinea (Mandinka) ? Abarka
Gujarathi (India) ? Aabar
Hawaiian ? Mahalo
Hebrew ? Toda (toh-dah?)
Hebrew ? Toda raba (thank you very much)
Hindi (India National Language) ? Dhanyavaad
Hindi ? Shukriyaa
Hungarian ? Ksznm (kuh?-suh-nuhm)
Icelandic ? akka r fyrir
Icelandic ? Takk (informal)
Indonesian ? Terima kasih (teh-ri-mah kah-sih)
Indonesian ? Terima Kasih Banjak/Banyak (Both pronounced bunyuk ? Thank you very much)
Iran (Persia) ? Moteshakeram (formal)
Iran (Persia) ? Merci (informal ? just like french but r in this word is pronounced as /r/ )
Irish ? Go raibh maith agat ( Thank you ?Go ? Rev ? Mah ? Agut?) (literally, may you have good things)
Irish ? Go raibh mile maith agat ( Thank you very much ?Go ? Rev ? Meela ? Mah ? Agut?) (literally, may you have a thousand good things)
Irish (Northern) ? Nice one bro?r, or Cheers mucker!
Italian ? Grazie (grahts?-yeh)
Italian ? Grazie tanto (many thanks ? cordial version)
Italian ? Mille Grazie (a thousand thanks)
Japanese ? Arigato (ah-ree-gah?-toh) or A_Ree_Ga_Tou_Go_Zai_Ma_Su
Japanese ? Domo arrigato
Javanese ? Matur nuwun
Jive ? Thanks mon ? Appropriate only if directed to a male
Kannada (India) ? Dhan-ya-vaadaa (spoken in S India, in Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India.)
Konkani (West coast ? Konkan coast of India ? It also is the state official language of Goa) ? Dev boren koru (thank you ? literally means ? May God do good to you? as that is the way we thank people. )
Korean ? Kamsa hamaida (kam?-sah hum-nee-dah? )
Latvian ? Paldies
Lithuanian ? Achu
Luganda (Uganda) ? Waybale (Thank you)
Luganda (Uganda) ? Waybale Nyo (Thank you very much)
Malayalam (South Indian Language) ? Nandi
Malayalam (India) ? Nani
Malaysian ? Terima Kasih (?Tay ree ma Kaa seh?)
Mali (Mandinka) ? Abarka
Mandinka ? Abarka (language of West Africa; The Gambia, Senegal, Guinea and Mali)
Maori ? Kia Manuia
Nepali ? (Nepal National Language) ? Dhan-ya-vaad
New Zealand ? Cheers ? LOL
New Zealand ? Kiaora Koe (NZ Maori)
New Zealand ? Kiaora Korua (NZ Maori)
New Zealand ? Kiaora Koto (NZ Maori)
New Zealand ? Kiaora Tatou (NZ Maori)
Nigeria (Hausa) – Na gode
Norwegian ? Takk (tahkk)
Oman ? Shakkran
Palauan ? soolong (Republic of Palau)
Paraguay (Guarani) ? Aguije (ah-we-JAY)
Persian/Farsi ? Mam?noon or Mo?teshake?ram (Spoken in Iran, Afghanistan and other Central Asian countries)
Philippines Tagalog ? Salamat
Philippines ? Maraming Salamat (thank you very much)
Polish ? Dziekuje (dsyehn-koo-yeh)
Portuguese ? Obrigada (Female)
Portuguese ? Obrigado (Male) (oh-bree-gah?-doh)
Portuguese ? Muito Obrigado (Thank you very much)
Portuguese ? Muito Obrigado com Voce (have my personal thanks)
Punjabi [ Pakistan and India] ? Bhala Hove
Qatar ? Shakkran
Romanian ? Multumesc (phonetic: mooltzoomeask)
Romanian ? Va multumim frumos (great thanks)
Russian ? Spasiba (spah-see?-boh)
Russian ? Blagodaryu (a little official)
Russian ? Premnogo blagodaren (my greater thanks ? words said to bosses by workers)
Russian ? Spasibo balshoye (big thanks)
Samoan ? Fa?afetai (fah-ah-feh-ta-e ? thank you)
Samoan ? Fa?afetai tele lava (Thank you very much)
Samoan ? Talofa
Saulteaux Indians (Manitoba, Canada) ? Miigwech (meegweech) ? there are similar spellings in other native languages such as Cree, etc.
Scottish ? Cheers
Scot?s Gaelic (Informal) ? Tapadh Leat (tah-puh let)
Scot?s Gaelic (Formal) ? Tapadh Leibh (tah-puh lave)
Scot?s Gaelic (Many Thanks) ? Moran Taing
Senegal (Mandinka) ? Abarka
Serbo ? Croat -Hvala
Slovakia ? Dakujem (deh?-ku-yem)
South Africa ? Dankie (?Dung-Key?)
South Africa ? Baie Dankie (thanks very much ? ?Buyer Dung-Key?)
Spanish ? Gracias (grah?-syas)
Spanish ? Gracias a todos (Thank you all)
Spanish ? Muchas gracias (thank you very much, literally: many thanks) While Dutch people scarcely use the superlative forms, the Spanish don?t use the minimalistic forms much (mostly in informal context). In Spanish, when a flyer is shoved into your hands, its worth a ?gracias?, you normally use ?muchas gracias?.
Spanish ? Muchisimas gracias (thank you VERY much) ? to someone who was useful to you.
Spanish ? un milln de gracias (a million thanks) ? for when someone saves your life.
Spanish (Latin America, informal) ? Te pasastes. (informal)
Spanish (Latin America, informal) ? Se pas. (formal) Which means ?You went over the line?, or ?thanks for going out of your way to help me?. When used, it will get you a smile, guaranteed.
Sundanese ? Nuhun
Sunda ? Hatur Nuhun
Swahili ? Ahsante (ah-sahn?-teh)
Swahili ? Ahsante Sana (Thank you very much)
Swedish ? Tack (tahkk)
Swedish ? Tack s mycket
Tahitian ? Maururu
Tamil (India) ? Nandri (?Nun-dry? spoken in South India, Singapore, Malaysia)
Teenager –
Telungu (South Indian Language)- Manjuthe
Thai ? Khob Khun Kha (Feminine)
Thai ? Khob Khun Krab (Masculine)
Thai ? Khop Khun Mak (Thank you very much)
Thai ? Khop Khun Mak Kha (Feminine)
Thai ? Khob Khun Mak Krab (Masculine)
Thai ? Khob Pra Khun Kha (Formal feminine)
Thai ? Khob Pra Khun Krab (Formal masculine)
Tibetan ? Thuk Ji Chhe
Turkish ? Tesekkurler ( teh-sheh-keur eh-deh-rim)
Turkish ? ok tesekkur ederim (big thanks)
Turkish ? Saol