100 Ways To Write Thank You In Different Languages

100 Ways To Write Thank You In Different Languages

100 Ways To Write Thank You In Different Languages

“Don’t forget, a person’s greatest emotional need is to feel appreciated.”

H. Jackson Brown

I see a recurring trend in the world today. Maybe you do too. The one that I see isn’t something that we should be proud of.

As technology advances and we become more connected, yet disconnected, two things continue down their tragic path toward obsoletion.

First, the way in which we communicate to one another. I’m not talking about verbal communication, email or text messages (don’t get me started on the latter two). No, I’m talking about hand-written, good intentioned letters. The kind that generations before us used to kindle and rekindle relationships. 

That kind. 

Secondly, the thanks that we express to one another is lacking. Think about it. When was the last time you or someone you know went out of their way to thank another person for doing something? I’m not just talking about thanking after someone holds your door, pulls out your chair, or gets you a glass of water. I’m talking about one human being going out of their way to make the life of another human being easier.

Then, not because they were seeking thanks, it comes to them. 

Scary, I know.

In honor of these two fundamental things, I have comprised a list of 100 ways to write thank you in different languages. As you make your way down the list, you’ll notice that nowhere does it tell you how to pronounce the word. 

I’ve done that for good reason. Remember, I said that our world is slowly losing the ability to hand write and the words thank you have become less prevalent. What better way to correct both than to combine them?

The List

  1. AFRIKAANS – Dankie
  2. ALBANIAN – Faleminderit
  3. AMHARIC – አመሰግናለሁ 
  4. ARABIC – Shukran
  5. ARAGONESE – Grazias
  6. ARMENIAN – Շնորհակալություն
  7. AZERBAIJANI – Çox sağ ol
  8. BASQUE – Eskerrik asko
  9. BELARUSIAN – Дзякуй
  10. BENGALI – ধন্যবাদ
  11. BOSNIAN – Hvala
  12. BRETON – Trugéré
  13. BULGARIAN – благодаря
  14. BULU – Akeva
  15. BURMESE – Chezu ba
  16. CANADIAN –100 Ways To Write Thank You In Different Languages
  17. CANTONESE – M̀h’gōi
  18. CEBUANO – Salamat
  19. CHEYENNE – Néá’eše
  20. CHICHEWA – Zikomo
  21. CHINESE – 感谢您
  22. COASTAL KADAZAN – Kotohuadan
  23. CROATIAN – Hvala 
  24. CZECH – Děkuji 
  25. DANISH – Tak
  26. DUTCH – Dank u
  27. ESTONIAN – Tänan 
  28. FILIPINO –100 Ways To Write Thank You In Different Languages
  29. FINNISH – Kiitos 
  30. FRENCH – Merci
  31. GALICIAN – Grazas
  32. GEORGIAN – გმადლობთ
  33. GERMAN – Danke
  34. GREEK – ευχαριστώ 
  35. GUJARATI – આભાર
  36. HAUSA – Na gode
  37. HAWAIIAN – Mahalo
  38. HEBREW – .תודה 
  39. HINDI – Dhanyavād
  40. HUNGARIAN – Köszönöm 
  41. ICELANDIC – 100 Ways To Write Thank You In Different Languages
  42. IGBO – Daalu
  43. INDONESIAN – Terima kasih
  44. IRISH – Go raibh maith agat
  45. ITALIAN – Grazie 
  46. JAPANESE – ありがとうございました
  47. JAVANESE – Matur nuwun
  48. KANNADA – ಥಾಂಕ್ ಯು 
  49. KHASI – Khublei
  50. KHMER – អរគុណលោក, អរគុណអ្នក
  51. KOREAN – 감사합니다 
  52. LAO – ຂອບ ໃຈ
  53. LATIN – Gratias tibi
  54. LATVIAN – Paldies 
  55. LEBANESE – Choukrane
  56. LITHUANIAN – Ačiū
  57. LULE SÁMI – Gijtto
  58. MACEDONIAN – благодарам
  59. MALAGASY – Misaotra
  60. MALAY – Terima kasih 
  61. MALTESE – Grazzi 
  62. MARATHI – Dhanyawaadh
  63. MAURUURU – Maori
  64. MINMAK – Welálin
  65. MONGOLIAN – Баярлалаа
  66. MORÉ – Barka
  67. NAVAJO – Ahéheė
  68. NORWEGIAN – Takk
  69. OJIBWE – Miigwetch
  70. PASHTO – Manana
  71. PERSIAN – متشکرم
  72. POLISH – Dziękuję  
  73. PORTUGUESE – Obrigado [masculine]  / Obrigada [feminine]
  74. PUNJABI – ਥੰਕ ਯੂ 
  75. ROMANIAN – 100 Ways To Write Thank You In Different Languages
  76. RUSSIAN – спасибо 
  77. SCOTS – Tapadh leibh
  78. SERBIAN – xвала 
  79. SLOVAK – Ďakujem 
  80. SLOVENIAN – Hvala
  81. SPANISH – Gracias
  82. SWAHILI – Asante
  83. SWEDISH – Tack
  84. TAGALOG – Salamat
  85. TAJIK – Rahmat
  86. TAMIL – நன்றி
  87. TELUGU – ఠంక్ యు 
  88. THAI – ขอขอบคุณ
  89. TONGA – Tualumba
  90. TURKISH – Teşekkür ederim 
  91. UKRAINIAN – Дякую 
  92. ULCH – Кэси банха
  93. UZBEK – Rahmat
  94. VIETNAMESE – Cảm ơn bạn
  95. WELSH – Diolch
  96. YIDDISH – אַ דאַנק
  97. YOCUBA – Balika
  98. YORUBA – O seun
  99. ZULU – Ngiyabonga

There you have it.

100 ways to write thank you in different languages.

So, the next time you are feeling like you need to say thank you (and do it more often than not), pick anyone of these. I promise you that you will instantly feel better. As will the recipient of the gesture. Remember, we all have to power to change someone’s day for the better and it’s not as hard as you think.

Cheers to your success,

Joel

Oh, and please copy, paste, share and enjoy these 100 ways to write thank you in different languages.

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