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Gup Shup / how 2 ask ur boss for a salary increase haha
« on: April 28, 2009, 08:09:10 AM »
How to ask your Boss for a salary increase

One day an employee sendsa letter to his boss asking
for an increase in his salary!!!
Dear Bo$$
In thi$ life, we all need $ome thing mo$t
de$perately.I think you $hould be
under$tanding of the need$ of u$
worker$ who have given $o much
$upport including $weat and $ervice
to your company.I am $ure you will
gue$$ what I mean and re$pond $oon.
Your$ $incerely,
Norman $oh.

The next day, the employee recieved This letter of reply:

Dear NOrman,
I kNOw you have been working
very hard. NOwadays, NOthing
much has changed. You must have
NOticed that our company
is NOt doing NOticeably well as yet.
NOw the newspaper are saying
the world`s leading ecoNOmists
are NOt sure if the United States
may go into aNOther recession. After
the NOvember presidential elections
things may turn bad.
I have NOthing more to add NOw.
You kNOw what I mean.

Love Pyar / i luv u in 102 languages
« on: April 28, 2009, 08:02:32 AM »

Afrikaans - Ek het jou lief
Albanian - Te dua
Arabic - Ana behibak (to male)
Arabic - Ana behibek (to female)
Armenian - Yes kez sirumen
Bambara - M'bi fe
Bangla - Aamee tuma ke bhalo baashi
Belarusian - Ya tabe kahayu
Bisaya - Nahigugma ako kanimo
Bulgarian - Obicham te
Cambodian - Soro lahn nhee ah
Cantonese Chinese - Ngo oiy ney a
Catalan - T'estimo
Cheyenne - Ne mohotatse
Chichewa - Ndimakukonda
Corsican - Ti tengu caru (to male)
Creol - Mi aime jou
Croatian - Volim te
Czech - Miluji te
Danish - Jeg Elsker Dig
Dutch - Ik hou van jou
English - I love you
Esperanto - Mi amas vin
Estonian - Ma armastan sind
Ethiopian - Afgreki'
Faroese - Eg elski teg
Farsi - Doset daram
Filipino - Mahal kita
Finnish - Mina rakastan sinua
French - Je t'aime, Je t'adore
Gaelic - Ta gra agam ort
Georgian - Mikvarhar
German - Ich liebe dich
Greek - S'agapo
Gujarati - Hu tumney prem karu chu
Hiligaynon - Palangga ko ikaw
Hawaiian - Aloha wau ia oi
Hebrew - Ani ohev otah (to female)
Hebrew - Ani ohev et otha (to male)
Hiligaynon - Guina higugma ko ikaw
Hindi - Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae
Hmong - Kuv hlub koj
Hopi - Nu' umi unangwa'ta
Hungarian - Szeretlek
Icelandic - Eg elska tig
Ilonggo - Palangga ko ikaw
Indonesian - Saya cinta padamu
Inuit - Negligevapse
Irish - Taim i' ngra leat
Italian - Ti amo
Japanese - Aishiteru
Kannada - Naa ninna preetisuve
Kapampangan - Kaluguran daka
Kiswahili - Nakupenda
Konkani - Tu magel moga cho
Korean - Sarang Heyo
Latin - Te amo
Latvian - Es tevi miilu
Lebanese - Bahibak
Lithuanian - Tave myliu
Malay - Saya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu
Malayalam - Njan Ninne Premikunnu
Mandarin Chinese - Wo ai ni
Marathi - Me tula prem karto
Mohawk - Kanbhik
Moroccan - Ana moajaba bik
Nahuatl - Ni mits neki
Navaho - Ayor anosh'ni
Norwegian - Jeg Elsker Deg
Pandacan - Syota na kita!!
Pangasinan - Inaru Taka
Papiamento - Mi ta stimabo
Persian - Doo-set daaram
Pig Latin - Iay ovlay ouyay
Polish - Kocham Ciebie
Portuguese - Eu te amo
Punjabi- Main tenu Payar karda han
Romanian - Te ubesk
Roman Numerals - 333
Russian - Ya tebya liubliu
Scot Gaelic - Tha gra\dh agam ort
Serbian - Volim te
Setswana - Ke a go rata
Sign Language - ,\,,/ (represents position of fingers when signing 'I Love You'
Sindhi - Maa tokhe pyar kendo ahyan
Sioux - Techihhila
Slovak - Lu`bim ta
Slovenian - Ljubim te
Spanish - Te quiero / Te amo
Swahili - Ninapenda wewe
Swedish - Jag alskar dig
Swiss-German - Ich lieb Di
Tagalog - Mahal kita
Taiwanese - Wa ga ei li
Tahitian - Ua Here Vau Ia Oe
Tamil - Naan unnai kathalikiraen
Telugu - Nenu ninnu premistunnanu
Thai - Chan rak khun (to male)
Thai - Phom rak khun (to female)
Turkish - Seni Seviyorum
Ukrainian - Ya tebe kahayu
Urdu - mai aap say pyaar karta hoo
Vietnamese - Anh ye^u em (to female)
Vietnamese - Em ye^u anh (to male)
Welsh - 'Rwy'n dy garu
Yiddish - Ikh hob dikh
Yoruba - Mo ni fe

Gup Shup / Waz ur personality?
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:47:51 AM »

Select a shape below that appeals to you the most and then scroll down to read about your personality. A psychologist developed these shapes. They have been tested worldwide, over a period of several years 8.9.
Now, look up what personality type you are
based on your selection!

Introspective Sensitive Reflective
You come to grips more frequently and thoroughly with yourself and your environment than do most people. You detest superficiality; you'd rather be alone than have to suffer through small talk. But your relationships with your friends are highly intensive, which gives you the inner tranquility and harmony that you need in order to feel good. However it is no problem for you to be alone for extended periods of time, without becoming bored.

Independent Unconventional Unfettered
You demand a free and unattached life for yourself that allows you to determine your own course. You have an artistic bent in your work or leisure activities. Your urge for freedom sometimes causes you to do exactly the opposite of what expected of you.
Your lifestyle is highly individualistic. You would never blindly imitate what is "in"; on the contrary, you seek to live according to your own ideas and convictions, even if this means swimming against the tide.

Dynamic Active Extroverted
You are quite willing to accept certain risks and to make a strong commitment in exchange for interesting and varied work. Routine, in contrast, tends to have a paralyzing effect on you.
What you like most is to be able to play an active role in events. In doing so, your initiative is highly pronounced.

Down to Earth Well-Balanced Harmonious
You value a natural style and love that which is uncomplicated. People admire you because you have both feet planted firmly on the ground and they can depend on you. You give those who are close to you security and space. You are perceived as being warm and human. You reject everything that is garish and trite. You tend to be skeptical toward the whims of fashion trends. For you, clothing has to be practical and unobtrusively elegant.

Professional Pragmatic Self-assured
You take charge of your life, and place less faith in your luck and more in your own deeds. You solve problems in a practical, uncomplicated manner. You take a realistic view of the things in your daily life and tackle them without wavering. You are given a great deal of responsibility at work, because people know that you can be depended upon.
Your pronounced strength of will projects your self-assurance to others. You are never fully satisfied until you have accomplished your ideas.

Peaceful Discreet Non-Aggressive
You are easy-going yet discreet. You make friends effortlessly, yet enjoy your privacy and independence. You like to get away from it all and be alone from time to time to contemplate the meaning of life and enjoy yourself. You need space, so you escape to beautiful hideaways, but you are not a loner. You are at peace with yourself and the world, and you appreciate life and what this world has to offer.

Carefree Playful Cheerful
You love a free and spontaneous life. And you attempt to enjoy it to the fullest, in accordance with the motto: "You only live once."
You are very curious and open about everything new; you thrive on change. Nothing is worse than when you feel tied down. You experience your environment as being versatile and always good for a surprise.

Romantic Dreamy Emotional
You are a very sensitive person. You refuse to view things only from a sober, rational standpoint. What your feelings tell you is just as important to you. In fact, you feel it is important to have dreams in life, too.
You reject people who scorn romanticism and are guided only by rationality. You refuse to let anything confine the rich variety of your moods and emotions.

Analytical Trustworthy Self-assured
Your momentary sensitivity represents that which is of high quality and durable. Consequently, you like to surround yourself with little "gems," which you discover wherever others overlook them.
Thus, culture plays a special role in your life. You have found your own personal style, which is elegant and exclusive, free from the whims of fashion. Your ideal, upon which you base your life, is cultured pleasure. You value a certain level of culture on the part of the people with whom you associate.

Shayari / Re: Waqt nahi
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:30:12 AM »
 :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: koi na main tenu chuk ke agg te sutt dena api bujjh jani ahahah tu fikar na kar pj da hahaha

Gup Shup / itz a girls world hehe
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:29:28 AM »
 :happy: :happy: :happy: :happy: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe:

Its A Girl’s World

If he is late for class, he was told, “Time and Tide wait for none”.
If she is late, then the bus was late.

If a girl is dressed as a boy, she is modern, says the world.
But if a boy is dressed as a girl, “Has he escaped from the Zoo?”

If a boy talks with a girl, “I think he is trying for her”
But if a girl talks with a boy, then she is trying to be friendly.

When a girl cries, the world is convinced of her
But when a boy cries, “Come on man! Don’t be a girl”.

If a girl meets with an accident, then it’s the mistake of others.
And if a boy meets with an accident, “I think you should learn to drive”.

If a boy sits in front of a city bus, he is mannerless and cultureless brute.
But if a girl sits in the back seat, “Try to respect ladies, man!”.

If a boy gets a big rank in an entrance exam, “You’ve to work hard”.
But if a girl gets a big rank... Still got 33! Reservation.

If there are girls in a class, the professor gives an interesting lecture,
And if there are no girls, he says, there is no class today.

If a girl does not answer during a viva, then atleast ‘smile’ says the examiner.
But when a boy does not answer, “better luck next time!”.

Gup Shup / sum facts bout me...
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:25:39 AM »

1. All men are extremely busy.

2. Although they are so busy, they still have time for women.

3. Although they have time for women, they don't really care for them.

4. Although they don't really care for them, they always have one around.

5. Although they always have one around them, they always try their luck with others..

6. Although they try their luck with others, they get really angry if the women leave them

7. Although the women leave them they still don't learn from their mistakes and still try their luck with others.

 :hehe: :hehe:

Shayari / Re: Yakeen
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:23:25 AM »
hor ji navi tajji

navi taji de lagde kujh asi bhala ajit akhbar farhke baithe a ithe? hahahaah

Gup Shup / best frenz vs gd frenz
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:22:40 AM »
Just Friends VS. Best Friends

A Just Friend says..hi,..hello, ..bye,... and walks away...
A Best friend always stop by your side & asks how r u doing ??

A Just Friend has never seen you cry.
A Best friend has shoulders soggy from your tears.

A Just Friend thinks the friendship is over, when you have an argument.
A Best friend knows that it's not a friendship, until after you've had a fight.

A Just Friend hates it when you call, after he has gone to bed.
A Best friend asks you.... why you took so long to call.

A Just Friend, when visiting, acts like a guest.
A Best friend opens your refrigerator and helps himself.

A Just Friend jealous about your romantic history.
A Best friend wonders of your love story.....

A Just Friend expects you to be always there for any help.
A Best friend is always there, wherever you require any help.

A Just Friend doesn't have time in his/her busy schedule,
A Best friend always have time for you in his/her busy schedules... .

A Just Friend phones you whenever he/she has some work,
A Best friend calls you often just to hear your voice.....

A Just Friend doesnt have anything to talk to you on phone,
A Best friend doesnt know...what all to finish...

Fun Time / Re: How to win a fight...
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:17:22 AM »
 :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: eh wi gd idea a hahaha bt non of ma use lolzzz hahaha

Shayari / Waqt nahi
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:16:47 AM »

Har khushi Hai Logon Ke Daman Mein,
Par Ek Hansi Ke Liye Waqt Nahi..
Din Raat Daudti Duniya Mein,
Zindagi Ke Liye Hi Waqt Nahi.

Maa Ki Loree Ka Ehsaas To Hai,
Par Maa Ko Maa Kehne Ka Waqt Nahi.
Saare Rishton Ko To Hum Maar Chuke,
Ab Unhe Dafnane Ka Bhi Waqt Nahi.

Saare Naam Mobile Mein Hain,
Par Dosti Ke Lye Waqt Nahi.
Gairon Ki Kya Baat Karen,
Jab Apno Ke Liye Hi Waqt Nahi.

Aankhon Me Hai Neend Badee,
Par Sone Ka Waqt Nahi.
Dil Hai Ghamon Se Bhara Hua,
Par Rone Ka Bhi Waqt Nahi . ( 100% fact)

Paison ki Daud Me Aise Daude,
Ki Thakne ka Bhi Waqt Nahi.
Paraye Ehsason Ki Kya Kadr Karein,
Jab Apane Sapno Ke Liye Hi Waqt Nahi.

Tu Hi Bata E Zindagi,
Iss Zindagi Ka Kya Hoga,
Ki Har Pal Marne Walon Ko,
Jeene Ke Liye Bhi Waqt Nahi.........

Gup Shup / hope..trust...confidence
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:13:12 AM »
1 Day all villagers decided to pray for rain.
On the day of prayer all people gathered & only one boy come with umbrella.


Trust should be like feeling of a 1 year old baby,
when you throw him in tha air, he laughs....
Because he know you will catch him...

Every night we go to bed,
have no assurance to get up alive in the next morning
But still we have many plans for coming day...


Fun Time / Logical thoughts lolz
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:09:18 AM »

Whenever I find the key to success, someone changes the lock.

To Err is human, to forgive is not a COMPANY policy.

The road to success??.. Is always under construction.

Alcohol doesn't solve any problems, but if you think again, neither does Milk.

In order to get a Loan, you first need to prove that you don't need it.

All the desirable things in life are either illegal, expensive or fattening.

Since Light travels faster than Sound, people appear brighter before you hear them speak.

Everyone has a scheme of getting rich?.. Which never works.

If at first you don't succeed?. Destroy all evidence that you ever tried.

You can never determine which side of the bread to butter. If it falls down, it will always land on the buttered side.

Anything dropped on the floor will roll over to the most inaccessible corner.

***** 42.7% of all statistics is made on the spot. *****

As soon as you mention something?? if it is good, it is taken?. If it is bad, it happens.

He who has the gold, makes the rules ---- Murphy's golden rule.

If you come early, the bus is late. If you come late?? the bus is still late.

Once you have bought something, you will find the same item being sold somewhere else at a cheaper rate.

When in a queue, the other line always moves faster and the person in front of you will always have the most complex of transactions.

If you have paper, you don't have a pen??. If you have a pen, you don't have paper?? if you have both, no one calls.

Especially for engg. Students----
If you have bunked the class, the professor has taken attendance.

You will pick up maximum wrong numbers when on roaming.

The door bell or your mobile will always ring when you are in the bathroom.

After a long wait for bus no.20, two 20 number buses will always pull in together and the bus which you get in will be crowded than the other.

If your exam is tomorrow, there will be a power cut tonight.

Irrespective of the direction of the wind, the smoke from the cigarette will always tend to go to the non-smoker

Fun Time / Re: Autograph....kisda laina chahoge?
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:08:09 AM »
je kisse ne pen bomb bana ditta tere wargi ne akhe soche usa da future pj te aounda ehnu chak layo...fer.....  :wait: :wait:

main kehna us da sateyanaas karan wala pj te anda ehnu chuklo hahahaha

Gup Shup / Re: lil embarrassed moment of ur life...
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:07:25 AM »
 :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: main alwayz neewi payi hundi lolzzzzz bt je heel payi howe and pair fisal jaye datz really embarrising or if pencil heel payi howe and o kidhre arh jaye hahaha

Gup Shup / Ten Pearls of life
« on: April 28, 2009, 07:06:24 AM »

1. The Most Damaging 1 Letter Word "I":-Avoid It.
2. The Most Satisfying 2 Letter Word "WE":-Use It.
3. The Most Poisonous 3 Letter Word "EGO":-Kill It.
4. The Most Used 4 Letter Word "LOVE":-Value It.
5. The Most Pleasing 5 Letter Word "SMILE":-Keep It.
6. The Fastest Spreading 6 Letter Word "RUMOUR":-Ignore It.
7. The Most Enviable 7 Letter Word "SUCCESS":-Achieve It.
8. The Most Evil 8 Letter Word "JEALOUSY":-Distance It.
9. The Most Powerful 9 Letter Word "KNOWLEDGE":-Acquire It.
10. The Most Essential 10 Letter Word "CONFIDENCE":-Trust I

Gup Shup / Re: lil embarrassed moment of ur life...
« on: April 28, 2009, 06:58:50 AM »
 :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: lolzzz

Fun Time / How to win a fight...
« on: April 28, 2009, 06:57:12 AM »
Street fights are becoming a common scene nowadays. It is wise to play safe and stay away from such an act of violence. However, if, by any chance, you get involved in a confrontation and the situations seem to be adverse, it becomes important to defend yourself, so that you don’t end up getting injured seriously. You don’t have to be trained formally to win a street fight. All you need to know is how to defend yourself and survive. In this article, you will know how to win a fight by the use of simple and deliberate actions that will help you survive and escape from getting hurt badly.

Winning A Street Fight

Observe Your Opponent(s)
Make an analysis of the situation by observing the number of people involved in the confrontation and their overall physique. For instance, if you feel that the people involved in the fight are stronger than you are, it will be wise to withdraw from the situation. You should know your limits.

Prepare Yourself
The best way to approach any confrontation is by assuming that the opponent is going to hurt you. Never underestimate the person you are going to fight with. Analyze him and prepare yourself accordingly. If he has a weapon, equip yourself with the same. A weapon can be a hockey stick, chain, belt or anything similar. Make sure that the weapon you use is not destructive - it is just meant to defend yourself.

Attack (With Weapon)
Attack your opponent, using the weapon in hand. Aim at his midsection or the knees. Hit the person with such an intensity that is hard enough to immobilize the person for a while. However, make sure that you do not hit him too hard to seriously injure him.

Attack (Without Weapon)
If you are not armed, go for the knockout technique. Strike your opponent with a closed fist, in a fast upward motion. Hit him hard enough so that he doesn’t get back up to counter attack.

Hit Him Hard!
Continue attacking your opponent until he stops giving counter attacks. When you are not in the danger zone i.e. when the person completely stops hitting you, you should stop attacking him immediately. This is to prevent any serious injury. Now, make your exit.

Fun Time / Re: Autograph....kisda laina chahoge?
« on: April 28, 2009, 06:55:28 AM »
main pehla autograph app sign karke apni jeb ch payu.....ki patta kado president ban jayie hahahha usa de

 :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: tenu kehhra fer pen ni labhna hahahaha

Gup Shup / Re: Thx in ova 500 languages....
« on: April 28, 2009, 06:54:35 AM »
Kikongo (Congo, Angola) Ntôndili kwami
Kikongo (Congo, Angola) Merci mingi
Kikongo (Congo, Angola, Cuba) Ndondele
Kikongo (Congo, Angola, Cuba) Ntandele
Kikongo (Congo, Angola, Cuba) Wuanka
Kikongo (Cuba) Nkimandi
Kikongo (Cuba) Manbote
Kikuyu (Africa) Ni wega
Kikuyu (Africa) Thengiu
Kikwe (Africa) Niwega muno
Kiluba (Congo-Kinshasa) Wafwa ko
Kinyamwezi (Africa) Wabeeja
Kinyarwanda (Rwanda, Congo-Kinshasa) Murakoze
Kinyarwanda (Rwanda, Congo-Kinshasa) [inf] Urakoze
Kiowa (North America) Aahóow
Kipsigis (Uganda) Kongoi
Kirgiz (Kyrgyzstan) Rakhmat
Kirgiz (Kyrgyzstan) Chong rakhmat
Kiribati (Pacific Is.) Ko rabwa
Kirundi (Burundi) Murakoze
Kisanga (Bunkeya Congo-Kinshasa) Tua santa
Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) Asante
Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) Aksante
Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) Ahsante
Kisawhili (Southeast Africa) [to several] Asanteni
Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) [very much] Asante sana
Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) Shukrani
Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) Nashukuru
Kituba (Africa) Melesí
Klallam (Washington United States) Há'neng cen
Klallam (Washington USA) [to a friend] Há?neng cen, naschá?che
Klallam (Washington USA) [to friends] Há?neng cen, nescháye?che
Klallam (Washington USA) [to a friend] Neschá?che cxw
Klallam (Washington USA) [for a gift] Há?neng cen ?a? ce n's?éngateng
Koasati (Alabama & Oklahoma United States) Tâ
Koasati (Alabama & Oklahoma United States) Alí:la mó
Kohistani (Central Asia) Shukria
Koiari (Papua New Guinea) Maigo
Koiari (Papua New Guinea) Maiteka
Komi-Permyak (Russia) Atto
Komi-Zyryan (Russia) Attö
Konkani [Konknni] (India) Dhanyawaada
Konkani [Konknni] (Goa India) Dev borem korum
Korean (Korea) Komapsumnida
Korean (Korea) Kamsahamnida
Korean (Korea) [very informal] Komawoyo
Kosraean (Micronesia) Kulo
Kosraean (Micronesia) [very much] Kulo maluhlap
Kosraean (Micronesia) [very much] Kulo na maluhlap
Koyukon (Alaska) Baasee'
Koyukon (Alaska) Anaa basee
Krio (Sierra Leone) Tenki ya
Krio (Sierra Leone) Tenkey
Kuna (Panama) Dot nuet
Kupsapiny (Uganda) Keyi tapon
Kurdi [Kurmanji] (Iraq, Iran) Shukur
Kurdi (Middle East) Sipas
Kurdi (Middle East) Sipas dikim
Kutthung (Australia) Murromboo
Kwakiutl (North America) Gilakas'la
Kwakiutl (North America) [very much] Ah gilakas'la
Kwanyama (Angola, Namibia) Nda pandula
Kwéyòl (Haiti) Mèsi
Kwéyòl (Haiti) [thank you very much] Mèsi plen
Kwéyòl (Haiti) [thank you very much] Mèsi anpil
Kwéyòl (Haiti) [thank you very much] Granmèsi

Ladakhi (India, Pakistan) Od dju
Ladakhi (India, Pakistan) Jule
Ladin (Gardena Valley Italy) De gra
Ladin (Badia Valley Italy) Dilan
Ladin (Fassa Valley Italy) [to one person] Detelpai
Ladin (Fassa Valley Italy) [plural] Develpai
Ladino (Spain) Gracias
Ladino (Spain) Munchas gracias
Lahu (Thailand) Ah bo
Lahu (Thailand) [very much] Ah bo u ja
Lahu (China, Southeast Asia) Aw bon uija
Lahu (China, Southeast Asia) Da ja
Lahu (China, Southeast Asia) Òboi jâ
Lakhota (North America) [by female] Pilamaya ye
Lakhota (North America) [by male] Pilamaya yelo
Lakota (North America) [very much] Pilamaya aloh
Lao (Laos) Khawp jai
Lao (Laos) [thank you very much] Khawp jai lai lai
[Lappish, see Sami]
Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican) Gratia
Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican) Gratias
Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican) Gratias tibi ago
Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican) Gratiam habeo
Latvian (Latvia) Paldies
Latvian (Latvia) [very much] Liels paldies
Lenape [Delaware] (United States) Wanìshi
Lepcha (India, Nepal, Bhutan) Trok chi
Lingala (Congo-Kinshasa, Congo-Brazaville) Melesí
Lingala (Congo-Kinshasa, Congo-Brazaville) Matóndo
Lingala (Congo-Kinshasa, Congo-Brazaville) Natondi yo
Lingua Franca (Mediterranean) Gratzia
Lingua Franca (Mediterranean) [very much] Mouchou gratzia
Lisu (China, Burma, Thailand) Xual mu wa
Lisu (China, Burma, Thailand) Dut zoil
Lisu (China, Burma, Thailand) Atkel bboxmu
Lisu (Thailand) Ahku bumu
Lithuanian (Lithuania) Achiu
Lithuanian (Lithuania) Dekoju
Lithuanian (Lithuania) [very much] Labai achiu
Lithuanian (Lithuania) Dekui
Lithuanian (Lithuania) Labai dekoju
Lithuanian (Lithuania) [very sincere] Nuoširdziai dekoju
Livonian (Latvia, Estonia) Tienu
Livonian (Latvia, Estonia) Tenu
Loglan (international) Sia
Low Saxon (Eastern Friesland, Germany) Dank
Low Saxon [Northern Low Saxon] (Germany) Danke
Low Saxon [Westphalian] (Germany) Ek dank auk schoin
Low Saxon [Westphalian] (Germany) Sind auk viellmaols bedankt
Lucumí (Cuba, United States) Moducué
Luganda (Uganda) Webale
Luganda (Uganda) [very much] Webale nyo
Luiseno (United States) No$un looviq
Lummi (United States) Hy'shqe siam
Lunda (Zambia) Kusakililaku
Lunyankole (South Uganda) Webale
Lunyoro (West Uganda) Webale
Luo (Kenya, Tanzania) Erokamano
Lushootseed (Seattle Washington USA) Ck'wálidxw
Lushootseed (USA) [for food or drinks] Helí'dubshewx
Luvale (Zambia) Gunasakulila
Luxembourgish (Luxembourg) Merci

[Maa, see Masai]
Maasai [Maa, Masai] (Kenya, Tanzania) Aske
Maasai (Kenya, Tanzania) Ashi
Maasai [Maa, Masai] (Kenya, Tanzania) Ashi oleng
Maasai (Kenya, Tanzania) [very much] Ashi naling
Mabuiag (Australia) Eso
Macedonian (Macedonia) Blagodaram
[Magyar, see Hungarian]
Makhua (Tanzania) Asantte
Makhua (Mozambique) Kooshukhuru
Makhua (Mozambique) Marahaba
Malagasy (Madagascar) Misaotra
Malagasy (Madagascar) [formal] Misaotra tompoko
Malagasy (Madagascar) [very much] Misaotra indrindra
Malay (Malaysia, Brunei) Terima kasih
Malay (Malaysia, Brunie) [very much] Terima kasih banyak-banyak
Malayalam (India) Nandi
Malayalam (India) Valarey nanhi
Malayalam (India) Nanni
Maldivian (Maldives) Sabkaa
Malinké (Senegal, Mali) Ni ke
Maltese (Malta) Grazzi
Maltese (Malta) [very much] Grazzi hafna
Mam (Guatemala) Chjóonte
Mam (Guatemala) Chjoonta
Mam (Guatemala) Chjónta tey
Mam (Guatemala) [to more than one person] Chjónta che
Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) Sanco
Mampruli (Ghana) Mossi
Manchu (China) Baniha
Mandarin [Chinese] (China) Xie xie
Mandarin [Chinese] (China) Toa chie
Mandinka (West Africa) Abaraka
Mandinka (West Africa) [to one person] I ning bara
Mandinka (West Africa) [to several people] Al ning bara
Manx (Britain) Gura mie ayd
Manx (Britain) Gura mie eu
Manx (Britain) [thank you very much] Gura mie mooar ayd
Maohi (South Pacific) Mauruuru
Maori (New Zealand) Tika hoki
Maori (New Zealand) Ka pai
Maori (Cook Islands) Meitaki
Maori (Cook Islands) [very much] Meitaki ma'ata
Mapuche [Araucano] (South America) Krasia may
Mapuche [Araucano] (South America) Chaltu
Mapuche [Araucano] (South America) Chaltu may
Mapuche [Araucano] (South America) Traeltu
Mapuche [Araucano] (South America) Manumeimi
[Mapudungun, see Mapuche]
Marathi (India) Abhari ahi
Marathi (India) Dhanyawaadh
Marathi (India) Dhanyawaatha
Mari (Russia) Tau
Marquesan (French Polynesia) Koutai
Marshallese (Marshall Islands) Kommol
Marshallese (Marshall Islands) [very much] Kommol tata
Marshallese (Marshall Islands) [very much] Kwölukkuun emmol
Mashi (Bukavu Congo-Kinshasa) Koko
[Mayan, see Yucatec]
Mazahua (Mexico) Pöjö
Mazatec (Mexico) Natejchiri
Mazatec (Mexico) Nkhi k'a ninashitechino
[Mbisu, see Bisu]
Mende (Sierra Leone) Baiika
Mende (Sierra Leone) Bisse
Mende (Sierra Leone) Baika
Meriam Mir (Australia) Eswau
[Miao, see Hmong]
Mien [Yao] (Laos, Thailand) Laengz zingh
Mien [Yao] (Laos, Thailand) Laengz zingh meih
Mien [Yao] (Laos, Thailand) [very much] Laengz zingh camv
Mien (Vietnam) Tö' dun
Mikmaq (Canada) Welálin
Mikmaq (Canada) Weláliek
Mina (Togo) Akpe
Mina (Togo) [very much] Akpe ka ka
Minangkabau (West Sumatra Indonesia) Tarimo kasih
Minangkabau (West Sumatra Indoensia) [inf] Makasi yo
Miskito (Nicaragua) Tingki
Miwok [S Sierra] (South Sierra USA) Tengkiju
Mixtec (Oaxaca Mexico) [formal] Kúta'ùná
Mixtec (Oaxaca Mexico) [familiar] Kúta'ùrí
Mixtec (Oaxaca Mexico) Kúta'ù shãàrí nuùro
Mixtec (Estetla Mexico)[formal-to one p.] Niku tab'i
Mixtec (Estetla Mexico)[formal-to several] Niku tab'o
Mixtec (Estetla Mexico) [informal] Ta xa'u zin
Mixtec (Magdalena Peñasco Oaxaca Mexico) Cutahvixieensa
Mixtec (Magdalena Peñasco Oaxaca Mexico) Cacutahvixensa
Mixtec (San Juan Colorado Mexico) Tyáhvi nyóò
Miyako (Ryukyu Island Japan) Nihedebil
[Mohawk, see Kanienkehaka]
Mohican (North America) Wneeweh
Mohican (North America) Oneowe
[Mokpwe, see Bakweri]
Moldavian (Moldova) Multumesc
Mon (Burma, Thailand) Tang kun
Monegasque (Monaco) Merçì
Mongolian (Mongolia, Northern China) Bayarlalaa
Mongolian (Mongolia, Northern China) Gyalailaa
Mongolian (Mongolia) [very much] Tand ikh bayarlalaa
Mongolian (Mongolia) [for hospitality] Saikhan zochluullaa
Mongolian (Mongolia) [for help] Ta ikh tus bolloo
Mòoré [Mossi] (Burkina Faso) Wenatase
Mòoré [Mossi] (Burkina Faso) Barka
Mòoré [Mossi] (Burkina Faso) Mpuusda barka
Mòoré [Mossi] (Burkina Faso) [very much] Barka wusgo
Mopá-maya (Guatemala) B'o'tic
Mordvin (Russia) Syukprya
Morisyen (Mauritius) Mersi
[Mossi, see Moore]
Motu (Papua New Guinea) Tanikiu
Mpi (Thailand) Mèu mèu
Mpongwe (Gabon) Kewa
Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA) Mvto
Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA) Henka
Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA) Ka
Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA) Akvsv'mkv

Náhuatl [Aztec] (Mexico) Tlazohcamati
Náhuatl [Aztec] (Mexico) Icnelia
Náhuatl [Aztec] (Mexico) [very much] Tlazohcamati huel miac
Náhuatl [Aztec] (Mexico) [very much] Tlazohcamatzin
Náhuatl (Tepoztlan Mexico) Tlazocama
Náhuatl (Tepoztlan Mexico) Tlazocamatl
Náhuatl (Tepoztlan Mexico) Tlazocamati
Náhuatl [classical: Aztec Empire] Nictlazohcamati
Nakota (USA, Canada) Pinamaya
Nama (Namibia) Aio
Nandi (Kenya) Kongoi
Nandi (Kenya) Kaigai
Nandi (Kenya) Asai
Napulitano (Italy) Gràzzie
Natick (North America) Tobotonoque
Natick (North America) Ttaubotneanauayean
Natick (North America) Kuttabotomish
Nauruan (Nauru) Tsuba kor
Navajo (United States) Ahéhee'
Naxi (Yunnan China) Jjef bei seiq
Ndebele (Zimbabwe) Ngeyabonga
Ndebele (Zimbabwe) Ngiyabonga
Ndebele (Zimbabwe) Ngiyathokaza
Ndebele (Zimbabwe) [very much] Ngeyabonga kakulu
Ndebele (Zimbabwe) [very much] Ngiyabonga kakulu
Ndebele (Zimbabwe) [plural] Siyabonga
Ndebele (Zimbabwe) [plural, very much] Siyabonga kakulu
Ndjuka (Suriname) Gaantangi fi ye
Ndjuka (Suriname) Gaantangi
Ndjuka (Suriname) A bigi ba
Nenets (Russia) Nyarya bada
Nepali (Nepal, Bhutan) Dhanyabaad
Newari (India, Nepal) Su-bhaay
Nez Perce (North America) Qe'ci'yew'yew'
Nganasan (Russia) Xoasi
Nganasan (Russia) Nägê
Ngbaka (Africa) Dé kãã
Ngizim (Nigeria) Ná goodoota-ngaa naa ci
Ngoni (Malawi) Zikomo
Nias [North Nias] (Nias Island Indonesia) Sauha gölö
Nias [South Nias] (Nias Island Indonesia) Söwö gölö
Nigerian Pidgin (Nigeria) Thank yu
Nigerian Pidgin (Nigeria) Well done
Niuean (Niue, South Pacific) Fakaaue
Niuean (Niue, South Pacific) [informal] Ha ia
Niuean (Niue, South Pacific) [very much] Fakaaue lahi mahaki
Norwegian [Nynorsk, Bokmaal] (Norway) Takk
Norwegian [Bokmaal] (Norway) [very much] Tusen takk
Norwegian [Sortlandsk] (Sortland Norway) Takk
Ntomba (Africa) Ebóto
Ntomba (Africa) Ewata

[Occitan, see Provencal]
Ojibwe [Chippewa, Anishinaabe] (N.America) Miigwech
Okanogan (North America) Lim limt
Oriya (India) Danna waat
Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Ulfaad'd'a
Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Waaqni sii haa kennu
Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Maharaba
Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Galatoomii
Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Galatomaa
Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Fayyaa ta'aa
Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Fayyaa ta'i
Osage (USA) We'-a-hnon
Osage (USA) Thla-ho
Ossetian (Caucasus) Arfö
Ossetian (Caucasus) Buznyg
Otetela (Lodja Congo-Kinshasa) Losaka

Paamese (Vanuatu) Hihuri
Paamese (Vanuatu) Namasmasuk
Pa'ikwene (Amazon) Kibeiné
Paipai (Mexico, USA) 'Ara'ya:ikm
Paipai (Mexico, USA) 'Ara'yaim
Paipai (Mexico, USA) 'Ara'yem
Paiwan (Taiwan) Malimali
Paiwan (Taiwan) Masalu
Palauan (Palau) Sulang
Palauan (Palau) Msuulaang
Palauan (Palau) Ke kmal mesaul
Panamahka (Nicaragua) Tingkih
Papiamentu (Dutch Antilles, Aruba) Danki
Pashto (Afghanistan) Tashakkur
Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan) Sta na shukria
Pende (Congo-Kinshasa) Hambadiahana
[Penobscot, see Abenaki]
[Persian, see Farsi]
Pho Karen (Thailand) Hsà khawn hsá ta má' lâw
[Pidgin English, see Nigerian Pidgin, Pijin and Tok Pisin]
Pijin (Solomon Islands) Tanggio
[Pikanii, see Blackfoot]
Pipil (El Salvador) Paampa diyúx
Pipil (El Salvador) Padiux
Plattdeutsch (Germany) Dankscheen
[Plautdietsch, see Plattdeutsch]
Pocomchí (Guatemala) Rin dios awe
Pohnpeian (Micronesia) Kalangan
Pohnpeian (Pohnpei) Kalangen en Komwi
[Police Motu, see Hiri Motu]
Polish (Poland) Dziekuje
Polish (Poland) [spoken by several people] Dziekujemy
Polish (Poland) [familiar] Dzieki
Polish (Silesia region, Southern Poland) Dziynki
Polish (Silesia region, Southern Poland) Dziynkuja
Polynesian (Polynesia) Auw'e
Ponpeian (Ponpei) Kelangan
Popoluca (Mexico) Ni'ctíyus
Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil) [by male] Obrigado
Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil) [by female] Obrigada
Potawatomi (United States) Iwgwien
Potawatomi (United States) Migwe'c
Potawatomi (United States) Kcumigwe'c
Provencal [Occitan] (France) Mercé
Provencal [Occitan] (France) Gramaci
Provencal [Occitan] (France) [very much] Mercé plan
Pueblo [Acoma] (Southwestern USA) Da-wah-eh
[Pular, see Fulani]
Puluwat (Micronesia) Kilissow
Punjabi (India) Dhannvaad
Punjabi (India) Dannaba
Punjabi (India) Shukria
Punjabi (India) Miharbaanee
Punjabi (India) Tuhaadee kirpaa hai
Puyuma (Taiwan) Tayu'an

[Q'anjob'al, see Kanjobal]
Quechua Ancashino (Ancash Peru) Paylla
Quechua Ayacuchano (Ayacucho Peru) Yuspagrasunki
Quechua Ayacuchano (Ayacucho Peru) Dyuspagrasunki
Quechua Ayacuchano (Ayacucho Peru) Diyus pagapusonqa
Quechua Ayacuchano (Ayacucho Peru)[plural] Diyus pagapusonqacheh
Quechua Ayacuchano (Ayacucho Peru) [very] Anchata agradisiyki
Quechua Ayacuchano (Ayacucho)[very;plural] Anchata agradisiykicheh
Quechua Cochabambino (Cochabamba Bolivia) Diuspagarasunki
Quechua Cochabambino (Cochabamba Bolivia) Diuspagarapusunki
Quechua Cochabambino (Cochabamba Bolivia) Pachi
Quechua Cochabambino (Cochabamba Bolivia) Pachis
Quechua (Cuzco Peru & Cochabamba Bolivia) Yusulpayki
Quechua Cuzqueño (Cuzco Peru) Yusulpaykinsunki
Quechua Cuzqueño (Cuzco Peru) Yuspagarasunki
Quechua Cuzqueño (Peru)[to several people] Yuspagarasunkichis
Quechua Cuzqueño (Cuzco Peru) Añay
Quechua Cuzqueño (Cuzco Peru) Añachaykin
Quechua Cuzqueño (Cuzco Peru) Grasias
Quechua Cuzqueño (Cuzco)[very much/formal] Urpi sonqo
Quechua Cuzqueño (Cuzco)[very much/formal] Sinchitan añaychayki
Quechua Huancaño (Huanca Peru) Rasyas
Quiché [K'iche] (Guatemala) Maltiox
Quiché [K'iche] (Guatemala) [to a man] Maltiox tat
Quiché [K'iche] (Guatemala) [to a woman] Maltiox nan
Quiché [K'iche] (Guatemala) Sibälaj maltiox
Quiché [K'iche] (Guatemala) [for work] Cheri cha ai
Quichua (Ecuador) Pagui
Quichua (Ecuador) Pagui shungulla
Quichua (Ecuador) Diusulupagui
Quichua (Ecuador) Yupaichani

Rakhin (Myanmar) Chyee zu thon ree
Rapanui (Easter Island) Maururu
[Raramuri, see Tarahumara]
Resigaro (Peru) Kashoonopihku
Rohingya (Myanmar) Shukuria
Romani [Romany] [Gypsy] (Europe) Gestena
Romani [Romany] [Gypsy] (central Europe) Nais
Romani [Romany] [Gypsy] (central Europe) Nais tuke
Romani [Caló] (Spain) Najis tuke
Romanian (Romania) Multumesc
Romansch (Switzerland) Grazia
Romansch (Swizterland) Grazie
Romansch (Swizterland) Grazcha
Rotuman (Pacific Islands) Noa'ia
Rotuman (Pacific Islands) [said to child] Filo'montou
Rukai (Taiwan) Maulanenga
[Runasimi, see Quechua]
Russian (Russia) Spasibo
[Ryukyu, see Miyako]

[Saame, see Sami]
Saami [Lappish] (Scandinavia) Giitit itt
Saami [Lappish] (Scandinavia) Giittus
Saami [Lappish] (Scandinavia) Giitus
Saami [Lappish] (Scandinavia) [very much] Giitus eanat
Saami [Lappish] (Scandinavia) Giihtu
Saami [Lappish] (Scandinavia) Gaejtho
Saami [Davvi Saami] [Lappish](Scandinavia) Giitu
Saami [Inari Saami] [Lappish](Scandinavia) Takkâ
Saami [Skolt Saami] [Lappish](Scandinavia) Spässep
Saami [Skolt Saami] [Lappish](Scandinavia) Spä'sseb
Saanich (Vancouver Island Canada) Hay sxw q'a
Saanich (Vancouver Island Canada) Hay sxw q'e
Saisiat (Taiwan) Muhuway su
Samoan (Samoa) Fa'afetai
Samoan (Samoa) [thank you very much] Fa'afetai tele
[San, see G//ana, G/wi and =Khomani]
Sangha (Mali) Birepo
Sango (Central African Republic) Mèrèsi
Sanskrit (ancient India) Anugurihiitosumi
Sara (Chad) Angen
Saramaccan (Suriname) Gaantángí fii
Saramaccan (Suriname) F&uacteu;únu
Sardinian (Italy) Grassias
Sarnami (Suriname, Holland) Dhanbaad
Sarnami (Suriname, Holland) Dhanjabaab
Sarnami (Suriname, Holland) Sukriya
Sarnami (Suriname, Holland) Soekoeria
Sasak (Indonesia) Matur tampiasih
Sasak (Indonesia) Tampi asiq
Saulteaux (Manitoba Canada) Miigwech
Savonian (Ylä-Savo Finland) Kiitoksija
Scottish Gaelic (Scotland) Tapadh leat
Scottish Gaelic (Scotland) [formal] Tapadh leibh
Scottish Gaelic (Scotland) [many thanks] Moran taing
Scottish Gaelic (Southern Scotland) [for.] Gun robh math agaibh
Scottish Gaelic (Southern Scotland) [inf.] Gun robh math agad
Scots (Scotland) Thenk ye
Scots (Scotland) Thank ye
Scots [Ulster Scots] (Northern Ireland) Thenks
[Seminole, see Creek]
Senoufo (Cote d'Ivoire, Mali) Minkari
Senoufo (Cote d'Ivoire, Mali) Minmonchar
Sepedi (South Africa) Ke a leboga
Serbian (Bosnia, Yugoslavia) Hvala
Serbian (Bosnia, Yugoslavia) [very much] Hvala lepa
Seri (Sonora Mexico) Yooz ma samsisíinxo
Serrere (Senegal, Gambia) Dioka ndjiale
Seselwa [Seychelles Creole] (Seychelles) Mersi
Seselwa [Seychelles Creole] (Seychelles) Gran mersi
Sesotho (Lesotho, South Africa) Ke a leboha
Setswana (Botswana, South Africa) Ke itumtese
Setswana (Botswana, South Africa) Ke itumela
Setswana (Botswana, South Africa) Ke a leboga
Setu (Estonia) Aiteh
Sgaw Karen (Thailand) Tà byu' dô law
Sgaw Karen (Thailand) Dah bluet
Shanghai (Shanghai China) Sha ja non
Shanghai (Shanghai China) Sha sha
Shanghai (Shanghai China) [informal] Sha ja
Shelta (USA, Ireland) [old;no longer used] Djeelsha grawsta
Sherpa [Helambu] (Nepal, Tibet) Thuchi chea
Sherpa [Solu] (Nepal, Tibet) Thuchi che
Shimasiwa (Comoros) Marahaba
Shina (Central Asia, India) Shukria
Shina (Central Asia, India) Bakhshish
Shipibo (Peru) Iráque
Shipibo (Peru) [very much] Ichabires iráque
Shona, see Chishona]
Sicilian (Sicily Italy) Grazzii
Silozi (Zambia) Ni itumezi
Silozi (Zambia) Litumezi
Silozi (Zambia) Nitumezi
Sindhi (Pakistan) Mehrbani
Sinhalese (Sri Lanka) Istuti
Sinhalese (Sri Lanka) [very much] Bohoma istuti
Siswati [Swazi] (Swaziland)[by one person] Ngiyabonga
Siswati [Swazi] (Swaziland)[more than one] Siyabonga
Slovak (Slovakia) Dakujem
Slovak (Slovakia) [formal] Dakujem vám
Slovak (Slovakia) [informal] Dakujem ti
Slovenian (Slovenia) Hvala
Slovenian (Slovenia) [formal] Hvala vam
Slovenian (Slovenia) [familiar] Hvala ti
Slovenian (Slovenia) [very much] Hvala lepa
Solresol (old; international) Sol Ti
Somali (East Africa) Mahad sanid
Soninke (Mali, Senegal) Nawari
Sorbian [Upper Sorbian] (eastern Germany) Dz'akuju so
Sorbian [Lower Sorbian] (eastern Germany) Z'e'kujom se
Spanish (Spain, America) Gracias
Spanish (Spain, America) [very much] Muchas gracias
Spokane (United States) Chn lm-s-cút
Sranan (Suriname) Grantangi
Sranan (Suriname) Tangi
Sranan (Suriname) Danki
Sudovian (Baltic region) Denkâ
Sudovian (Baltic region) Denkauja
Suqpiaq (Alaska) Quyanaa
Sundanese [Basa Sunda] (Indonesia) Hatur nuhun
Sursilvan (Switzerland) Engraziel
Suryoyo (Syria, Turkey) Tawdi
Suryoyo (Syria, Turkey) [very much] Tawdi sagi
Susu (Guinea) Inwali
Swabian (Central Europe) Dankeschee
Swabian (Central Europe) Dankschee
[Swahili, see Kiswahili]
[Swazi, see Siswati]
Swedish (Sweden, Finland) Tack
Swedish (Sweden, Finland) Jag tackar
Swedish (Sweden, Finland) [very much] Tack så mycket
Swedish (Sweden, Finland) [very much] Tackar så mycket
Swedish (Sweden, Finland) [very much] Stort tack

Tagalog (Philippines) Salamat
Tagalog (Philippines) Salamat po
Tagalog (Philippines) Salamat sa iyo
Tagalog (Philippines) [very much] Maraming salamat
Tahitian (Tahiti) Mauruuru
Tahitian (Tahiti) Mauruuru roa
Taino [Arawak] (Caribbean) Oáan
Taino [Arawak] (Carribbean, Florida USA) Bo matum
Tajik (Tajikstan) Tashakur
Tajik (Tajikstan) Rakhmat
Taki-taki (French Guyana) Ganta
[Tamahoq, see Tamashek]
Tamashek [Tamahoq, Tuareg] (West Africa) Tanumert
Tamil (India, Southeast Asia) Nandri
Tamil (India, Southeast Asia) Nangreeih
Tamil (India, Southeast Asia) Romba nanringa
Tamil (India, Southeast Asia) Rumba nandri
Tamil (Madras/Chennai India) [colloquial] Rumba thanks
Tanaina (Alaska) Chin'an
Tanana (Alaska) Basee choo
Tanana (Alaska) Maasee'
Tanana [Upper Tanana] (Alaska) Tsen'ii
Tarahumara [Rarámuri] (Mexico) Matéterabá
Tarahumara [Raramuri] (Mexico) Matétera
Tarahumara [Raramuri] (Samachique Mexico) Natérarabá
Tashkorghani (Central Asia) Rahmat türi
Tatar (Russia) Rekhmet
Tay (Vietnam) Day fon
Telugu (India) Dhanyavaadaalu
Telugu (India) Tamara krutagntha
Tetum (East Timor) [by a man] Obrigado
Tetum (East Timor) [by a man] Obrigadu
Tetum (East Timor) [by a woman] Obrigada
Tetum (East Timor) [by a man] [very much] Obrigado barak
Tetum (East Timor) [by a man] [very much] Obrigadu barak
Tetum (East Timor) [by a woman][very much] Obrigada barak
[Teuso, see Icetot]
Tewa (Southwestern United States) Kuunda
Thai (Thailand) Khawp khun
Thai (Thailand) [by man] Khawp khun khrap
Thai (Thailand) [by woman] Khawp khun kha
Thai (Thailand) [by man] Khrap
Thai (Thailand) [by woman] Kha
Thai (Thailand) [very much] Khawp khun makh
Thangmi [Thami] (Himalayas) Sewa
Tibetan (Tibet, China) Tujechhe
Tigrinya (Ethiopia, Eritrea) Yrunyli
Tigrinya (Ethiopia, Eritrea) Yaqhanyelay
Tigrinya (Ethiopia, Eritrea) Yeqniyeley
Tigrinya (Ethiopia, Eritrea) Yekanyelay
Tlingit (Canada, northwest coast of USA) Guneshcheesh
Tlingit (Canada, Alaska) Gunalchéesh
Tlingit (Canada, Alaska) [very much] Gunalchéesh hó hó
Tlingit (Canada, Alaska) [very much] Atlein gunalchéesh
Tojolabal (Chiapas Mexico) Tzachatal
Tojolabal (Chiapas Mexico) Yuj
Tok Pisin [Pidgin English] (New Guinea) Tenkiu
Tok Pisin (New Guinea) Tenkyu
Tok Pisin (New Guinea) [very much[ Tenkyu tru
Tongan (Tonga South Pacific Island) Malo
Tongan (Tonga South Pacific Island) [very] Malo 'aupito
Toraja (Indonesia) Kurre sumange
[Torres Strait Broken, see Yumpla Tok]
Totonac (Veracruz Mexico) Paxkatkatzinil
[Tsalagi, see Cherokee]
Tschiluba (Kasai Oc. Reg., Congo-Kinshasa) Twasakadila
Tsimshian (Alaska) Way dankoo
Tsonga (South Africa) I nkomu
[Tuareg, see Tamashek]
Tugalug (Philippines) Salamot
Tukang Besi (Indonesia) Tarima kasi
Tulu (India) [thank you very much] Mast upakara
Tupi [Tembé Tenetéhar] (Brazil) [by men] Azéharamopa
Tupi [Tembé Tenetéhar] (Brazil) [by men] Azéharamo kui
Tupi [Tembé Tenetéhar] (Brazil) [by men] Azéharmo kui
Tupi [Tembé Tenetéhar] (Brazil) [by men] Azéharamo aypopa
Tupi [Tembé Tenetéhar] (Brazil) [by men] Ipopa
Tupi [Tembé Tenetéhar] (Brazil) [by men] Ipo
Tupi [Tembé Tenetéhar] (Brazil) [by women] Azéharamo aypo-mia
Turkish (Turkey, Northern Cyprus) Tesekkür ederim
Turkish (Turkey, Northern Cyprus) Tesekkurler
Turkish (Turkey, Northern Cyprus) Mersi
Turkish (Turkey, N. Cyprus) [informal] Sagol
Turkish (Turkey, N. Cyprus) [formal] Sagolun
Turkish (Turkey, N. Cyprus) [very much] Çok tesekkür ederim
Turkish (Turkey, N. Cyprus) [very much] Çok sagolun
Turkmen (Turkmenistan) Sag bol
Turkmen (Turkmenistan) Sag bolung
Turkmen (Turkmenistan) Tangur
Tuscarora [Southern Band] (N.Carolina USA) Nyeahweh
Tuvaluan (Tuvalu) Fakafetai
Tuvan (Russia) Chettirdim
Tzeltal (Chiapas Mexico) Jocolawal
Tzeltal (Chiapas Mexico) Wokolawal
Tzotzil (Chiapas Mexico) Kolaval
Tzotzil (Chiapas Mexico) Kolawal
Tzotzil (Chiapas Mexico) [very much] Batz'i kolaval
Tzotzil (Chiapas Mexico) Ois botik

Uchinaaguchi (Okinawa Japan) Nihei deebiru
Uchinaaguchi (Okinawa Japan) Ippe nihei deebiru
Uchinaaguchi [Shuri] (Okinawa Japan) Nifee deebiru
Udmurt (Russia) Tau
Ukrainian (Ukraine) Dyakooyu
Ukrainian (Ukraine) Spasibi
Unagan (Alaska) Qagaasakung
Unagan (Alaska) Qaqaasakuq
Urdu (India, Pakistan) Shukriya

Gup Shup / Thx in ova 500 languages....
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Abenaki (Maine USA, Montreal Canada) Wliwni ni
Abenaki (Maine USA, Montreal Canada) Wliwni
Abenaki (Maine USA, Montreal Canada) Oliwni
Achí (Baja Verapaz Guatemala) Mantiox chawe
Achuar (Ecuador, Peru) Maketai
Achuar (Ecuador, Peru) Yuuminsame
[Adare, see Harari]
Adyghe (Middle East) Wapsaw
Adyghe (Middle East) Thawerapsaw
Afar (Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti) Gadda ge
Afrikaans (Southern Africa) Dankie
Afrikaans (Southern Africa) [very much] Baie dankie
Aguacateco (Huehuetenango Guatemala) Ntyox teru'
Aguaruna (Peru) Seé
Ahtna (Alaska) Tsin'aen
Ainu [Saru dialect] (Japan) [formal] Iyayraykere
Ainu [Saru dialect] (Japan) [informal] Hioy'oy
[Akan, see Asante and Fante]
Akha (China, Southeast Asia) Gui lah hui te ha
Akha (China, Southeast Asia) Gui lah hui mi a de
Akha (China, Southeast Asia) Gui lah hui dui dui ma
Akha (Thailand) Ghu long khu me-ah
Akha (Chiang Rai Northern Thailand) Gu lah hu ma de
Aklanon (Philippines) Saeamat kimo
Alabamu (Texas USA) Alíila
Alabamu (Texas USA) Kano
Alabamu (Texas USA) Kanobi
Alabamu (Texas USA) [informal] Tá
Alabamu (Texas USA) [very much] Alíilamoolo
Alabamu (Texas USA) [very much] Kanoomoolo
Alabamu (Texas USA) [very much] Kanopalammoolo
Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia) Ju falem nderit
Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia) Faleminderit
Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia) [very much] Faleminderit shumë
[Aleut, see Unagan]
Altai (Russia) Bïyan bolzïn
[Alutiiq, see Suqpiaq]
Ambo (Angola, Namibia) Ondapandula unene
Amharic (Ethiopia, Israel, Egypt) Amesegënallô
Amharic (Ethiopia, Israel, Egypt) Amesegunalhun
Amharic (Ethiopia, Israel, Egypt) [very] Betam amesegënallô
Amuzgo (Mexico) Quialva'
[Anishinaabe, see Ojibwe]
Apache (Arizona USA) Ashoge
Apache (Arizona USA) [formal] Áshood
Apache [Jicarilla] (Arizona USA) Ihe edn
Apache (Arizona USA) [informal] Ahíyi'ee
Apalachicola (Florida USA) Mvto
Apsaaloke (United States) Ahoo
Apsaaloke (United States) Ahó
Apsaaloke (United States) [very much] Ahókacira
Arabic (Middle East, North Africa) Shukran
Arabic (Middle East, North Africa) [very] Shukran gazilan
Arabic (Syria) Mamnuun
Arabic (North Africa) SaHHa
Arabic (Morocco) [lit. Praise to Allah] El-hamdullah
Arabic (Morocco) Barak llahu fik
Aragonese (Aragon Spain) Grazias
[Araucano, see Mapuche]
[Arawak, see Taino]
Armenian (Armenia, Russia, Middle East) Shnorhagallem
Armenian (Armenia, Russia, Middle East) Shterakravetsun
Armenian [Western] (Armenia) Shenorhagal em
Armenian [Western] (Armenia) [very much] Shad shenorhagal em
Armenian [Eastern] (Armenia) Sh'norhakal em
Armenian [Eastern] (Armenia) Shnorhakalutjun
Armenian (Armenia) [colloquial] Merci
Aromunian (Greece, Balkans) Multsãnjescu
Asante (Ghana) Meda w'asé
Asante (Ghana) Meda wo ase
Asante (Ghana) [very much] Meda wo ase paa paa paa
Assyrian [Eastern Assyrian] [by man] Basima
Assyrian [Eastern Assyrian] [by woman] Basimta
Assyrian [Eastern Assyrian] [by plural] Basimeh
Assyrian [Eastern Assyrian] Mesi
Assyrian [Eastern Assyrian] [very much] Hawit basima chim raba
Assyrian [Western Assyrian] (Assyria) Taudi
Asturian (Spain) Gracies
Atayal (Taiwan) Muhuway su
Atayal (Taiwan) Mhuway su'
Atayal (Taiwan) Mhuway su' balay
Atayal (Taiwan) [informal] Hway
Ateso (Uganda) Eyalama
[Aukan, see Ndjuka]
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) Juspajaraña
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) Juspajarkätam
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) Juspaxar
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) Yuspagara
Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) Dios pagarakátam
Aymará (Tihuanacu Bolivia) Yusulupay
Aymará (Lake Titicaca Bolivia) [rare] Yuspagarkàtam
Aymará (Lake Titicaca Bolivia) [rare] Yuspagaràtam
Azerbaijani [Azeri] (Azerbaijan, Iran) Sayol
Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran) Sag olun
Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran) Tæshækkür elæyiræm
Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran) [very much] Chokh sag olun
[Azeri, see Azerbaijani]
[Aztec, see Náhuatl]

Bakweri (Cameroon) Masuma
Bakweri (Cameroon) Na somi saisai
Balinese (Bali) [Halus speech] Tiang matur suksama
Balinese (Bali) Matu suksama
Balinese (Bali) Matur suksme
Balochi (Pakistan) Tai merbani
Bambara (Mali) [singular] I ni ce
Bambara (Mali) [plural] Aw ni ce
Bambara (Mali) [said by man] Nba
Bambara (Mali) [said by woman] Nse
[Bangla, see Bengali]
[Basa Sunda, see Sundanese]
Bashkir (Russia) Rekhmet
Basque (Spain, France) Eskerrik asko
Basque (Spain, France) Mila esker
Basque [Navarrese] (Spain) Esker mila
Basque [Navarrese] (Spain) Esker aunitz
Basque [Roncalais] (Spain) Eskerrik anitx
Batak (Indonesia, Sumatra, Philippines) Mauliate
[Bavarian, see German (Bavaria)]
Belorussian (Belarus) Dziakuju
Belorussian (Belarus) Dziákuj
Bemba (Zambia, Congo-Brazaville) Tsikomo
Bemba (Zambia, Congo-Brazaville) Twa to te la
Bengali (India, Bangladesh) Dhanyabad
Bengali (India, Bangladesh) [very much] Ozasro dhanyabad
[Bisayan, see Visayan]
Bislama (Vanuatu) Tangkiu
Bislama (Vanuatu) Tangkyu
Bislama (Vanuatu) [very much] Tangkiu tumas
Bislama (Vanuatu) [informal] Ta
Bisu (Xhina, Thailand, Myanmar) Ang hmèn yá
Blackfoot (Alberta Canada, Montana USA) Nitsíniiyi'taki
Boboda (Burkina Faso, Mali) Baraka
[Bobo Fing, see Boboda]
Bosnian (Bosnia and Hercegovina) Hvala
Bosnian (Bosnia and Hercegovina) [respect] Hvala vam
Breton (Brittany France) Trugarez
Breton (Brittany France) [formal] Trugarez deoc'h
Breton (Brittany France) [informal] Trugarez dit
Breton (Brittany France) [informal] Mersi dit
Breton (Brittany France) Ho trugarekaat
Brigidian (western Ireland) Boche'
Bru (Vietnam) Sa-aun
Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya) Nasima
Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya) Orio muno
Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya) Webaale
Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya) Wanyala
Bulgarian (Bulgaria) Blagodarya
Bulgarian (Bulgaria) Mersi
Bulgarian (Bulgaria) [thank you very much] Mnogo blagodarya
Bulu (Cameroon) Akeva
Bunun (Taiwan) Uninang
Bura (Nigeria) Maraba
Burmese (Myanmar) Chezu ba
Burmese (Myanmar) Chezu tinbade
Burmese (Myanmar) [thank you very much] Amyaji chezu tinbade
Burushashki (Northern Pakistan) Juu na
Burushashki (Northern Pakistan) Juu goor maniSh
Burushashki (Northern Pakistan) Shukria
Burushashki (Northern Pakistan) Bakhshish
[Byelorussian, see Belorussian]

Cahuila (United States) 'Ácha-ma
Cakchikel (Mexico) Matiosh chawe
[Cambodian, see Khmer]
Camuno (Italy) Gràsce
Cantonese [Chinese] (China) [for gift] Doh je
Cantonese [Chinese] (China) [for service] M goi
Cantonese [Chinese] [in advance- for gift] Doh je sin
Cantonese [Chinese] [in advance- service] M goi nei sin
Cassubian (Northweast Poland) Dzãkujã
Cassubian (Northweast Poland) [informal] Dzãczi
Cassubian (Northweast Poland) [old] Bóg zaplac
Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France) Gràcies
Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France) [very] Moltes gràcies
Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France) Mercès
[Cebuano, see Visayan]
Cham (Southeast Asia) Uan tabuan
Chamorro (Guam) Si yuus maasi
Chamorro (Guam) Si yu'os ma'ase'
Chatino (Tataltepec Mexico) Ngua tsaa xlay'be hii
Chechen (North Caucasus) Barkal
Chechen (North Caucasus) Barkalla
Cherokee (United States) Wa'-do
Cheyenne (United States) Néá'eshe
Cheyenne (United States) [plural] Néá'êshemeno
Cheyenne (United States) [intertribal] Hahóo
Chichewa (South Africa, Malawi) Zikomo
Chichewa (South Africa, Malawi)[very much] Zikomo kwambiri
Chichewa (South Africa, Malawi)[very much] Zikomo kwambili
Chilomwe (Malawi) Zikomo
Chilomwe (Malawi) [thank you very much] Zikomo kwambili
[Chinese, see dialects: Cantonese, Hoi San, Hokkien and Mandarin]
Chingoni (Malawi) Zikomo
Chinook Jargon (North America) Masiem
Chinook Jargon (North America) Mahsie
Chinyanja (Zambia, Mozambique) Zikomo
Chinyanja (Zambia, Mozambique) [very much] Zikomo kwambiri
[Chippewa, see Ojibwe]
Chishona (Zimbabwe) [to one person] Ndatenda
Chishona (Zimbabwe) [to one person] Ndinotenda
Chishona (Zimbabwe) [to a group] Tatenda
Chishona (Zimbabwe) [to a group] Tinotenda
Chishona (Zimbabwe) [for doing a task] Mazviita
Chishona (Zimbabwe) [for doing a task] Maita basa
Chishona (Zimbabwe) [for doing a task] Maita zvenyu
Chitonga (Malawi) Yewo
Chitonga (Malawi) [very much] Yewo chemene
Chitonga (Zambia) Twalumba
Chitumbuka (North Malawi) Yewo
Chitumbuka (North Malawi) [very much] Yewo chemene
Chitumbuka (North Malawi) [very much] Yewo chomene
Chiyao (South Malawi) Sikomo
Chiyao (South Malawi) Asante
Chiyao (South Malawi)[thank you very much] Sikomo kwejinji
Chiyao (South Malawi)[thank you very much] Asante sana
Choctaw (Oklahoma United States) Yokoke
Choctaw (Oklahoma United States) Yakoke
Chol (Mexico) Wokolix awölö
Chol (Mexico) Wokol a wala
Chortí (Guatemala) Ch'ahp'ei'x ta'p'a
Chuj (Guatemala) Yuj wal dios
Chuukese (Micronesia) Kili so
Chuukese (Micronesia) [very much] Kili so chapur
Chuukese (Chuuk Lagoon Micronesia) Kini so
Chuukese (Chuuk Lagoon Micronesia) [very] Kini so chapur
Chuvash (Russia) Tavtapuch
Chuvash (Russia) Tav
Chuvash (Russia) Tavssi
[Circassian, see Adyghe]
Coeur d'Alene (Idaho United States) Limlemtsch
Comanche (North America) Ura
Comanche (North America) Urako
Comori (Comoros) Marahaba
Comori (Comoros) Marahabha
[Conibo, see Shipibo]
Cornish [middle/unified] (Great Britain) Dew re-dallo dheugh-why
Cornish [middle/unified] (Great Britain) Durdala dywy
Cornish [modern] (Great Britain) Durdaladawhy
Cornish [modern] (Great Britain) Gwra'massi
Cornish [modern] (Great Brit.) [very much] Merastawhy
Cornish [Kemmyn] (Great Britain) Meur ras
Cornish (Great Britain) Meur ras dhis
Corsican (France) Grazia
Corsican (France) À ringraziè vi
Corsican (France) À ringraziavvi
Cree (Canada) (to one person) Kinanâskomitin
Cree (Canada) (to more than one person) Kinanâskomitinawaw
Cree (Canada) E'kosi
Cree (Canada) Têniki
Cree (Canada) Mikwec
Cree (Canada) Nunasko'mowin keya
Cree [Ouje Bougoumou] (James Bay Canada) Mîkwêc
Cree [Plains Cree] (Canada) Kitatamihin
[Creek, see Muskogee]
Creole (West Indies) Mese
[Créole (Seychelles), see Seselwa]
Crioulo (Guinea-Bissau) Obrigado
Croatian (Bosnia, Yugoslavia) Hvala
Croatian (Bosnia, Yugoslavia) [very much] Puno hvala
Croatian (Bosnia, Yugoslavia) [very much] Hvala lijepa
[Crow, see Apsaaloke]
Czech (Czech Republic) Dêkuji
Czech (Czech Republic) [informal] Dik'

Dagaare (Burkina Faso, Ghana) Barka
Dagaare (Burkina Faso, Ghana) Puorra bebe la
Dakota (North America) Pidamayado
Dakota (North America) [by male] Pidamaya yedo
Dakota (North America) [by female] Pidamaya ye
Danish (Denmark, Greenland) Tak
Danish (Denmark, Greenland) [very much] Mange tak
Dega (Vietnam) Lac jak
Dega (Vietnam) [very much] Lac jak ko ih lu
Deg Xinag (Alaska) Dogedinh
Deg Xinag (Alaska) Xisrigidisddhinh
Dekelh [Carrier] (Canada) Musi
Dekelh [Carrier] (Canada) [very much] Musicho
Dekelh [Lheidli] (Canada) [by one to one] Snachailya
Dekelh [Lheidli] (Canada) [by one to 2+] Snachalhuya
Dekelh [Lheidli] (Canada) [by 2 to 1] Nahnachailya
Dekelh [Lheidli] (Canada) [by 2 to 2+] Nahnachalhuya
Dekelh [Lheidli] (Canada) [by 3+ to 1] Nenachailya
Dekelh [Lheidli] (Canada) [by 3+ to 2+] Nenachalhuya
Dekelh [Nak'albun] (Canada) [by 1 to 1] Snachailya
Dekelh [Nak'albun] (Canada) [by 1 to 2+] Snachalhya
Dekelh [Nak'albun] (Canada) [by 2+ to 1] Nenachailya
Dekelh [Nak'albun] (Canada) [by 2+ to 2+] Nenachalhya
Dekelh [Saik'uz] (Canada) [by one to one] Snachailya
Dekelh [Saik'uz] (Canada) [by one to 2+] Snachalhuya
Dekelh [Saik'uz] (Canada) [by 2 to 1] Nahnachailya
Dekelh [Saik'uz] (Canada) [by 2 to 2+] Nahnachalhuya
Dekelh [Saik'uz] (Canada) [by 3+ to 1] Nenachailya
Dekelh [Saik'uz] (Canada) [by 3+ to 2+] Nenachalhuya
[Delaware, see Lenape]
Dhivehi (Maldives) Shukuriyyaa
Dhivehi (Maldives) [very much] Varah bodah shukriyyaa
Dinka (Sudan) Yin acaa muoc
Diola (Senegal) Mersi
Diola (Senegal) Emitekati
Domari (Egypt) Daarim
Dusun (Sabah Malaysia) Pounsikou
Dutch (Netherlands, Belgium) [polite] Dank u
Dutch (Netherlands, Belgium) [informal] Dank je
Dutch (Netherlands, Belgium) [polite] Dank u wel
Dutch (Netherlands, Belgium) [informal] Dank je wel
Dutch (Netherlands) Bedankt
[Dyerma, see Zarma]
Dyula [Jula] (Cote d'Ivoire, Burkina Faso) I ni che
Dzongkha (Bhutan) Kadinche
Dzongkha (Bhutan) Kadinche la

Edo (Nigeria) Ù rú èsé
Egyptian (ancient Egypt) [to a man] Dua Netjer en ek
Egyptian (ancient Egypt) [to a woman] Dua Netjer en etj
Ekegusii (Kenya) Imbuya mono
Enga (Papua New Guinea) Tángeyoo
English (America, Australia, UK, New Zea.) Thank you
English (America) [informal] Thanks
English (Australia) Ta
English (New Zealand, Midland England) Cheers
English [Strine dialect] (Australia) Thenks
English [Strine dialect] (Australia) Enks
English [old English] (old Britain)[sing.] Ic þancas do
English [old English] (old Britain)[sing.] Ic þancie þe
English [old English] (old Britain)[plur.] Ic sæcge eow þancas
English [Texan] (Texas United States) Thank ya
[Eskimo, see Inuktitut and Inuttut]
Esperanto (international use) Dankon
Esperanto (international use) Dankon al vi
Estonian (Estonia) Tänan
Estonian (Estonia) Aitäh
Estonian (Estonia) [to a man] Ole meheks
Estonian (Harjumaa Estonia) Aitih
Estonian (Viru-Nigula Estonia) Aiteh
Estonian (Vastseliina Estonia) Tehnän
Eton (Cameroon) Abumgang
Eton (Cameroon) Abuimgang
Ewe (Ghana, Togo) Mudo
Ewe (Ghana, Togo) Akpe
Ewe (Ghana, Togo) Mudu, epenau
Ewondo (Cameroon) Abui ngan
Eyak (Alaska) 'Awa'ahdah

Fang (Gabon) Abora
Fante (Ghana, Burkina Faso) Medagse
Fante (Ghana, Burkina Faso) Medawagse
Faroese (Faroe Islands) Takk
Faroese (Faroe Islands) Takk fyri
Farsi [Persian] (Iran, Afghanistan) Merci
Farsi (Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan) Tashakkur
Farsi (Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan) Motehshakeram
Farsi (Iran) Mamnoon
[Filipino, see Tagalog and Visayan]
Fijian (Fiji) Vinaka
Fijian (Fiji) [very much] Vinaka vakalevu
Fijian (Fiji) [very much] Vinaka sara vakalevu
Finnish (Finland) Kiitos
Finnish (Finland) Kiitoksia
Finnish (Finland) [formal] Paljon kiitoksia
Finnish (Finland) [informal] Kiitti
[Flemish, see Dutch (Belgium)]
Fon (Benin, Togo) Ablo
Fon (Benin, Togo) A houanu
Fon (Benin, Togo) [very much] A houanu ka ka
Fon (Benin, Togo) [formal] E na ce nu we
French (France, Belgium, Africa, Canada) Merci
French (France, Belgium, Africa, Canada) Merci beaucoup
Frisian [Westerlauwer] (Netherlands) Tanke
Frisian [Westerlauwer] (Netherlands) Tanke wol
Frisian [Westerlauwer] (Netherlands) Tankje
Frisian [Westerlauwer] (Netherlands) Tankje wol
Friulian (northern Italy) Graciis
Fulani (West Africa) Jaaraama
Fulani (West Africa) [to one person] A jaaraama
Fulani (West Africa) [to several people] On jaaraama
Futuna (Wallis and Futuna) Malo
Futuna Aniwa (Vanuatu) Fafetai
Futuna Aniwa (Vanuatu) Jinisa

Ga (Ghana) Ogiwadong
Gaam (Eastern Sudan) Áwdém áalò
Gaam (Eastern Sudan) Àayyá
Gagauz (Moldova) Saa olsun
Galician (Spain) Gracias
Gallo (France) Mèrczi
Garifuna (Guatemala) Téngi nían bún
Gascon (France) Merci
Georgian [Kartuli] (Georgia/former USSR) Mahd-lob
Georgian [Kartuli] (Georgia/former USSR) Gmadlob
Georgian (Georgia) [to more than 1 person] Mahd-lobt
Georgian (Georgia) [to more than 1 person] Gmadlobt
German (Central Europe) Danke
German (Central Europe) Danke schön
German (Central Europe) Vielen Dank
German (Central Europe) [informal] Dank dir
German (Austria) [in spoken language] Dankschen
German (Bavaria) [in spoken language] Danksche
German (Switzerland) [in spoken language] Dank schön
German (Zurich Switzerland) [spoken] Dankë
German (Zurich Switzerland) [spoken] Dank schön
German (Zurich Switzerland) Merci
German (Zurich Switzerland) [very much] Merci villmahl
Gong (Thailand) Ang kêun
Greek [Hellenic] (Greece, Cyprus) Efcharisto
Greek (Greece, Cyprus) Sas efharisto
Greek (Greece, Cyprus) [very much] Efharisto poli
Greek (Greece, Cyprus) [very much] Sas efharisto poli
Griko (Salento Italy) Kali' sso'rta-ssu
Guarani (Paraguay, Brazil, Bolivia) Aguije
Guarani (Paraguay) Aguyje
Guarani [Mbyá] (Brazil) Ha'evete
Gujarati (India, Bangladesh, S. Africa) Aabhar
Gujarati (Gujerat State, India) Dhanyawaad
Gumatj (Australia) Ga'
Gurrangung (Australia) Yaddung jee
Gurung (Nepal) [to a child] Syaabaas
Gurung (Nepal) [to an equal or superior] Dxanyaa'baad
Gwich'in (Alaska) Mahsi'
Gwich'in (Alaska) Mahsi' choo
[Gypsy, see Romani]
G/wi [San] (Kalahari Africa) !kaen se !tau
G//ana [San] (Kalahari Africa) Kaen se !tau

Haida (Alaska) Háw'aa
[Hal-Pulaar, see Fulani]
Hän (Alaska) Mahsi'
Harari [Adare] (Ethiopia) Gaza yagabzal yushen
Harari [Adare] (Ethiopia) Alla magah
Hassaniya (Mauratania) Shukram
Hausa (West Africa) Na gode
Hausa (West Africa) Yauwa
Hawaiian (Hawaii) Mahalo
Hawaiian (Hawaii) [very much] Mahalo nui loa
Hebrew (Israel) Toda
Hebrew (Israel) [very much] Toda raba
[Hellenic, see Greek]
Helong (Timor, Semau Island Indonesia) Nodan mamomamo
Hindi (India, East Asia, Suriname) Shukriya
Hindi (India, East Asia, Suriname) Danyavad
Hindi (India, East Asia, Suriname) Dhanyawaad
Hiri Motu (Papua New Guinea) Tanikiu
Hmong Daw (Laos, Thailand) Ua tsaug
Hmong Daw (Laos, Thailand) Ua koj tsaug
Hmong Daw (Laos, Thailand) [very much] Ua tsaug ntau
Hmong Daw (Laos, Thailand) [very much] Ua koj tsaug ntau
Hmong Du (Vietnam) Ô chò
Hmong Njua (Laos, Thailand) Ua tsaug
Hmong Njua (Laos, Thailand) [very much] Ua tsaug ntau ntau
Hmong Njua (Northern Thailand) Zoo sab muab
Hñähñu (Mexico) Jamadi
Hoi San (China) U de
Hokkien [Chinese] (Singapore, Indonesia) Gum xia
Hokkien [Chinese] (Taiwan) Kam sia
Hopi (North America) [said by men] Kwakwhá
Hopi (North America) [said by women] Askwali
Hopi (North America) [said by women] Hevé
Hopi (North America) [very much, by men] Is kwakwhá
Hopi (North America) [very much, by women] Is askwali
Houailou (New Caledonia) Ei
Huambisa (Peru) See
Huambisa (Peru) Maake
Huaorani (Ecuador) Ewa ra
Huastec (Mexico) Jalbinchi yaan
Huastec (Mexico) C'ac'naamal yaan
Huave (Mexico) Dios mangüy ic
Huichol (Nayarit and Jalisco Mexico) Pan parius
Huichol (Nayarit and Jalisco Mexico) Pam parios
Hungarian [Magyar] (Hungary) Köszönöm
Hungarian [Magyar] (Hungary) Köszi
Hungarian [Magyar] (Hungary) [very much] Nagyon köszönöm
Hungarian [Magyar] (Hungary) [very much] Köszönöm szépen
Huron [Wyandotte] (USA, Canada) Yontonwe
Huron [Wyandotte] (USA, Canada) Ti-jiawen

[Ibo, see Igbo]
Icelandic (Iceland) Takk
Icelandic (Iceland) Takk fyrir
Icetot (Uganda) Ilakasugotia
Ido (international use) Danko
Igbo [Ibo] (Nigeria) Imena
Igbo [Ibo] (Nigeria) Imela
Igbo [Ibo] (Nigeria) Yâuwá
Igbo [Ibo] (Nigeria) Dalu
[Ik, see Icetot]
Ilokano (Philippines) Dios ti agngina
Ilokano (Philippines) Agyamanac
Ilokano (Philippines) [very much] Agyamanac unay
Ilonggo (Philippines) Salamat
Ilonggo (Philippines) Daghang salamat
Indonesian (Indonesia) [formal] Terima kasih
Indonesian (Indonesia) [informal] Makasih
Indonesian (Indonesia) [very informal] Thanks ya
Indonesian (Jakarta Indonesia) [slang] Trims
Ingush (Russia) Barkal
Ingush (Russia) [in spoken language] Barkl
Ingush (Russia) [lit. thanks be to you] Barkal xalda hwa
Ingush (Russia) [thank you very much] Saagha xalda hwa
Ingush (Russia) [thank you very much] Deala reaza xalda hwuona
Innu (Labrador and Quebec Canada) Tshinashkumitan
Interlingua (constructed) Gratias
Inuktitut (Baffin Island Canada) Qujannamiik
Inuktitut (Canada) Qujanaq
Inuktitut (Canada) [very much] Qujanarssuaq
Inuktitut (Canada) Mutna
Inuktitut (Canada) Nakorami
Inuktitut (Alaska) Taikkuu
Inuktitut (Barrow Alaska) Quyanaq
Inuktitut (Barrow Alaska) [very much] Quyanaqpaq
Inuktitut (Noatak Alaska) Taku
[Inupiaq, see Inuktitut]
Inuttut [Greenlandic] (Greenland) Qujanaq
Ioway (United States) [by men] Aho
Ioway (United States) [by women] Aha
Irish Gaelic (Ireland, Britain) [to one] Go raibh maith agat
Irish Gaelic (Ireland) [to more than one] Go raibh maith agaibh
Irish Gaelic (Ireland, Britain) Go raibh maith 'ad
Irish Gaelic (Ireland, Britain) [to one] Go raibh mile maith agat
Irish Gaelic (Ireland) [to more than one] Go raibh mile maith agaibh
Isamurongen (Batanes Philippines) Dios mamajes dinio
Italian (Central Europe, E Africa) Grazie
Itbayaten (Batanes Philippines) Ah Dios mamexes
Itbayaten (Batanes Philippines) Ah Dios mamexes dimo
Itbayaten (Batanes Philippines) Dios mamexes dimo
Itbayaten (Batanes Philippines)[very much] Rakux u kapamaxemaxes namen dimo
Ivasayen (Batanes Philippines) Dios mamajes dimo
Ivasayen (Batanes Philippines) [very much] Mamajemajes kami dimo su racuj
Itzaj [Itzá Maya] (Guatemala) D'yos b'ot'ik ti'ij
Itzaj [Itzá Maya] (Guatemala) D'yos b'o'tik
Itzaj [Itzá Maya] (Guatemala) D'yos b'o'tikil
Ixcatec (Mexico) Skanaa-ri
Ixil (Guatemala) Ta'n tiz

Jacalteca (Guatemala) Nich'an tiox
Japanese (Japan) Arigato
Japanese (Japan) Domo arigato
Japanese (Japan) [act of thanks not ended] Arigato gozaimasu
Japanese (Japan) [act of thanks has ended] Arigato gozaimashita
Japanese [Izumo] (Japan) Dan san
Japanese [Kansai Ben](Kansai, Osaka Japan) Ookini
Japanese [Kansai Ben](Kansai, Osaka Japan) Ookini arigatou
Japanese [Kumamoto] (Japan) Kora doshi
Japanese [Kyo Kotoba] (Kyoto Japan) Ohkini
Japanese [Shodoshima] (Shodoshima Japan) Ookini
Japanese [Tohoku Ben] (northeast Japan) Oshoshina
Japanese [Uchinaaguchi] (Okinawa Japan) Nihwee-deebiru
Jaqaru [Jacaru] (South America) Jilatyi
Javanese (Indonesia) Matur nuwun
Javanese (Indonesia) Kesuwun
Jèrriais (Jersey
) Mèrci bein des fais
[Jula, see Dyula]

Kabuverdianu (Cape Verde) Obrigadu
Kabyle (Algeria) Tamemmirt
Kachin (Burma) Chyeju kaba sai
Kachin (Burma) Chyeju gaba sai
Kadazan (Sabah Malaysia) Kotohuadan
Kala Kawaw Ya (Australia) Eso
Kalmyk (Russia) Khanganav
Kanienkehaka [Mohawk] (Canada, USA) Niawen
Kanjobal [Q'anjob'al] (Guatemala) Yujwal Dios
Kanjobal [Q'anjob'al] (Guatemala) Yuj wal tyoxh
Kanjobal [Q'anjob'al] (Guatemala) Yuj wal ch'an tyoxh
Kannada (India) Dhanyawaadagalu
Kannada (India) Vandane
Kannada (India) Vandanegalu
Kanuri (Nigeria) Ardeneskin
Kapampangan (Philippines) Salamat
Kapampangan (Philippines) [formal] Salamat pu
Karaim (Trakai Lithuania) Tabu
Karakalpak (Uzbekistan) Rahmet
Karelian (Finland, Russia) Spassibo
Karelian [Tver] (Russia) Passibo
Karen (Thailand) Da blu
Karen (Thailand) [very much] Da blu do ma law
[Karen, see also Pho Karen and Sgaw Karen]
[Kartuli, see Georgian]
Karuk [Karok] (California USA) Yo-twa
Kasem (Ghana, Burkina Faso) De N lei
Kasem (Ghana, Burkina Faso) A ke lei naa
Kashmiri (India, Pakistan, China) Shukria
Kashmiri (India, Pakistan, China) Danawad
Kaurareg (Australia) Eso
Kaurna (Southern Australia) Ngaityalya
Kazakh (Kazakhstan, Central Asia, China) Rahmet
Kazakh (Kazakhstan, Central Asia, China) Rahmet sizge
Kekchi [K'ekchí] (Guatemala) Bantiox
Kekchi (Guatemala) B'antiox
Keres (Southwestern United States) Khuu'a
Keres (Southwestern United States) Da-waa-ee
Khakas (Siberia Russia) Aalghïstapcham
Khakas (Siberia Russia) Ispasiba
Khmer [Cambodian] (Cambodia) Ar kun
=Khomani (South Africa) /Aise
Khowar (Central Asia) Shukria
Khowar (Central Asia) Mehrbani
Khowar (Pakistan) Tazim
Kichagga (Tanzania) Haika
Kidavida (Africa) Chavucha
Kiembu (Africa) Ni waro
Kiga (Africa) Kazaare
Kiga (Africa) Webare
Kiga (Africa) Mwebare
Kiga (Africa) Yebare
Kiga (Africa) Otyo
Kiga (Africa) Osyo
Kikamba (Tanzania) Ni oseo

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