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In this article, we are going to help you wish someone a happy birthday in a new language:
- Why say happy birthday in another language?
- Happy birthday in 50 languages
- Floral arrangements for their birthday
Why Say Happy Birthday in Another Language?
There’s something special about wishing someone a happy birthday on their special day. Whether you are a friend, family member, significant other, coworker, or neighbor, when you take a moment to say “Happy birthday,” you make that person feel amazing and loved. You celebrate them for who they are and acknowledge the significance of the day they were born.
You can give your wishes verbally, via text message or email, over the phone, or using a card. There are also many gifts you can give as well, depending on what you decide. Even if you aren’t giving a gift, you can always spice up how you say happy birthday. You could sing it, write it in a fancy way, decorate it, or even say it in another language.
There are many great reasons why saying happy birthday to someone in a language other than English can be a great idea. Here are some reasons why you might want to say birthday wishes in another language:
- If the person has been learning a new language, it can be a pleasant surprise for you to wish them a happy birthday in that language.
- If they have a particular home or native language, saying your birthday wishes in this language can be very meaningful.
- If you speak a different language, and you wish them a happy birthday in your own language, this can warm their heart
Happy Birthday in 50 Languages
So, you have now seen the benefits of wishing someone birthday wishes in another language. We have already covered some tips on which language you could choose. You can also get creative and choose a language that neither of you is completely conversant is. There are so many languages spoken around the world. Why not pick a language from a neighboring country, a completely different continent, or one with more of a connection to the person’s interests.
We have put together a list of ways to say happy birthday in 50 different languages. So, the next time you have to wish someone a happy birthday, make it unique and say it in one of these languages. You can easily write these phrases into a card, and if you want to say them as well, you can get assistance with pronouncing the more difficult ones.
If you want to wish someone a happy birthday in a European, American, or Mediterranean language, we have many options for you to choose from:
- Albanian: “Gëzuar ditëlindjen”
- Bosnian: “Sretan rođendan”
- Bulgarian: “Chestit Rozhden den”
- Slovenian: “Vse najboljše”
- Catalan: “Per molts anys”
- Czech: “Všechno nejlepší k narozeninám”
- Danish: “Tillykke med fødselsdagen”
- Dutch: Fijne verjaardag”
- Finnish: “Hyvää syntymäpäivää”
- French: “Bon anniversaire”
- Galician: “Feliz Aniversario”
- Serbian: “Srećan rođendan”
- German: “Alles Gute zum Geburtstag”
- Greek: “Charoúmena genéthlia”
- Hawaiian: “Hauʻoli lā hānau”
- Hebrew: “יום הולדת שמח”
- Hungarian: “Boldog születésnapot”
- Polish: “Wszystkiego najlepszego”
- Icelandic: “Til hamingju með afmælið”
- Irish: “Lá breithe shona duit”
- Portuguese: “Feliz Aniversário”
- Italian: “Buon compleanno”
- Latin: “Felix natalis”
- Lithuanian: “Su gimtadieniu”
- Luxembourgish: “Alles Guddes fir däi Gebuertsdag”
- Norwegian: “Gratulerer med dagen”
- Romanian: “La multi ani”
- Spanish: “Feliz cumpleaños”
- Swedish: “Grattis på födelsedagen”
- Turkish: “Doğum günün kutlu olsun”
- Russian: “S dnem rozhdeniya”
- Ukrainian: “Z Dnem narodzhennya”
- Welsh: Penblwydd hapus”
For an Asian language, try one of these:
- Chinese: “Shēngrì kuàilè”
- Khmer: “Rikreay thngai kamnaet”
- Filipino: “Maligayang kaarawan”
- Malay: “Selamat Hari lahir”
- Indonesian: “Selamat ulang tahun”
- Japanese: “お誕生日おめでとうございます”
- Kazakh: “Twğan küniñ quttı bolsın”
- Kurdish: “Rojbûna te pîroz be”
- Nepali: “Janmadinakō”
- Korean: “Saeng-il chugha”
- Tai: “S̄uk̄hs̄ạnt̒ wạn keid”
- Mongolian: “Төрсөн өдрийн мэнд”
- Vietnamese: “Chúc mừng sinh nhật”
For an African language, here are a few options for you to choose from:
- Igbo: “Ezi ncheta ọmụmụ”
- Somali: “Dhalasho Wacan”
- Swahili: “Siku ya kuzaliwa ya furaha”
- Zulu: “Usuku olumnandi lokuzalwa
Floral Arrangements for Their Birthday
Besides saying happy birthday, it’s common to give a small token as well. Your relationship with the person determines what is appropriate. You can buy them a gift based on their interests. A very common birthday gift is a flower bouquet. You can give these whether you can hand them to the person on their big day or not. With FloraQueen, flower deliveries to hundreds of cities all over the world are possible. If you have loved ones who live far from you, you can send them a beautiful flower arrangement and have it delivered to their door. Placing your order is easy using our user-friendly website. You can also add a card, some chocolates, and other add-on gifts to your order. Additionally, if this is a last-minute gift, we have expedited delivery options.
If you don’t know much about picking birthday flowers, you don’t have to worry. All our bouquet arrangements come with a description of the flowers included in them and the mood represented by the arrangement. This makes it easy for you to pick which flowers are best for your friend, coworker, cousin, or whoever it is you are saying happy birthday to.
Wish someone a happy birthday in an unexpected way and see how much they light up. If you are thinking about getting creative about how you say or write birthday greetings this year, consider using a different language. We have provided a list of 50 world languages for you to choose from.