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Having eyes is a blessing, as it allows for people to appreciate all the beauty that is around them. It’s hard to find the words to express how you feel about the marvels that you see around you. Sometimes, you can only say the word “beautiful.”
It’s time to learn to say beautiful in:
- Haitian Creole
If you want to say beautiful like the people in Turkey, all you need to say is “güzel.”
This Dravidian language provides you with the word “andamaina” to express beauty.
If you are trying to say beautiful in Swedish, then the magic word is “vacker.”
This Bantu language requires you to say “nzuri” to express how beautiful you find something.
Here’s a very common language. The Spanish word for beautiful is none other than “hermosa.”
It’s time to say beautiful like the Slovakians. When you’re ready, say “krásna.”
Most Somalians speak this language. Now you can too, by saying “qurux” to mean beautiful.
In the proud land of Russia, expressing the beauty you see requires the word “krasivaya.”
Are you ready to say it like the Romanians? When you are, simply say “frumos.”
It’s time to do your best Punjabi impression, because the lucky word is “sudara.”
In Portugal, you can acknowledge anything and anyone that catches your eye by saying “bela.”
Saying beautiful in Polish is a piece of cake. The word is “piekna.”
Norway is next on the list, and the lucky word you’re looking for is “vakker.”
Saying beautiful here is just as simple as saying “sundara” when you want to.
If you can say it in Nepali, you can say it here too. “Sundara” is the word again.
Here’s a surprise for you. The word you’re looking for is “beautiful.”
It’s back to Europe again for this one. Beautiful translates to “ubava” there.
Saying beautiful in Latvian requires you to say “skaista.” Are you up to it?
Of course, Latin can’t be left out here. The lucky word in Latin is “pulchram.”
Planning to visit Java? Don’t forget to complement people with the word “ayu.”
“Utsukusushi” is the word you need to know if you want to talk about all the beautiful things in Japan.
Italians express beauty by saying “bello.” Care to join the club?
Ireland is the first location with a double word on the list, which is “go hálainn.”
If you’re embracing your inner Indonesian, you need the word “indah” in your vocabulary.
The natives of Iceland use the word “falleg” whenever they see something or someone beautiful.
This one comes straight out of Asia. The words you need are “zoo nksuj.”
Your Hindi option is one that you’ve heard a couple times now. The word is “sundara.”
If you want to say beautiful in the magnificent Hebrew language, you need to say “yafah.”
Saying beautiful in Haitian creole is very simple. The word is “bèl.”
You may need to do some research on how to handle saying “ómorfi.”
The word “schön” is the one you need if you have plans to say beautiful in German.
This Kartvelian requires you to say “lamazi,” if you want to state that you see something or someone beautiful.
The French word for beautiful is “belle.” There’s an elegant simplicity to this one.
The word “kaunis” is what you need to say beautiful like a Finnish pro.
Filipino is next, and the word that you are looking for is “maganda.”
Esperanto may not be as recognized as many other languages, but you can still say “bela.”
Saying beautiful in Dutch is as easy as saying “mooi.” There’s nothing to it.
Danes say “smuk,” and you can too if you want to show off your language skills.
The Czech word for beautiful is “krásny.” Now you can say it with the natives.
If you’re thinking of going to China, prepare to spread compliments with the word “meilì.”
In Catalan, you must say “bonica” to acknowledge the presence of beauty.
Are you interested in Bulgaria? There are many beautiful sights, and you can highlight them by saying “krasiv.”
Prepare to feel like a true Bosnian when you see beauty. Express yourself with the word “lijepa.”
Make sure you practice this one before using it, because “pryhožaja” may not be easy to say.
In Arabic, you need not say more than “hellwa.”
You need to use the word “bukur” to express the sight of beauty in Albania.
The Africans who speak this language say “pragtige” to refer to any beautiful thing or person.
The word beautiful is a very powerful one. You can make a person’s day by highlighting their features that you like. Just remember that beauty is not limited to living organisms. There are many ways to say beautiful, and you can achieve many of them with different languages.
This article looked at 50 different languages and went over how the word beautiful is said in each of them. By the time you’re through, your friends should think that you are multi-lingual.
Enjoy using all these words, and feel free to find others in different languages.