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How to Say "Happy New Year" in 165+ Languages

Daisy Mariposa, a travel agent for several years, has occupational certificates in Travel Management and International Business.

This photo of a New Year's Day old car rally in England was taken by Ceridwen.

This photo of a New Year's Day old car rally in England was taken by Ceridwen.

Celebrating the New Year Since 153 B.C.

The first New Year celebration is thought to have taken place in Rome in the year 153 B.C. New Year's Day is celebrated on January 1 in nearly all countries — the first day of the year in the Julian calendar that was used in ancient Rome, and the first day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. The Gregorian calendar has been adopted by most countries for official, adminstrative, and civil purposes.

Some countries use other calendars for religious purposes, and in those countries New Year's Day falls on other than January 1 when viewed on a Gregorian calendar...Confusing, isn't it?!?

The Russian Orthodox New Year,the Chinese New Year, also called the Lunar New Year, and the Korean New Year are celebrated on days in January other than the 1st. The Persian (Iranian) New Year (Nowruz) is celebrated in March.

New Year's Eve in Sydney, Australia

New Year's Eve in Sydney. Australia was photographed by Adam.J.W.C on December 31, 2008.

New Year's Eve in Sydney. Australia was photographed by Adam.J.W.C on December 31, 2008.

The following is a list of how to say "Happy New Year" in more than 165 languages.

No matter how you say it, be sure to wish your loved ones, friends, and acquaintances a happy, healthy, prosperous New Year!

A

Afghani: saale nao mubbarak

Afrikaans: gelukkige nuwejaar / voorspoedige nuwejaar

Akposso: ilufio ètussé

Albanian: Gëzuar vitin e ri

Alsatian: e glëckliches nëies / güets nëies johr

Arabic: عامسعيد (aam saiid) / sana saiida

Armenian: shnorhavor nor tari

Atikamekw: amokitanone

Azeri: yeni iliniz mubarek

B

Balochi: noki saal mubarrak bikhair

Bambara: aw ni san'kura / bonne année

Basaa: mbuee

Basque: urte berri on

Belarusian: З новым годам (Z novym hodam)

Bengali: subho nababarsho

Berber: asgwas amegas

Beti: mbembe mbu

Bobo: bonne année

Bosnian: sretna nova godina

Breton: bloavezh mat / bloavez mad

Bulgarian: честита нова година (chestita nova godina)

Burmese: hnit thit ku mingalar pa

C

Cambodian: soursdey chhnam tmei

Cantonese: sun lin fi lok / kung hé fat tsoi

Catalan: bon any nou

Chakma: nuo bazzor bekkunore

Chinese: xin nian kuai le / xin nian hao

Corsican: pace e salute

Croatian: sretna nova godina

Czech: šťastný nový rok

D

Danish: godt nytår

Dhivehi: ufaaveri aa aharakah edhen

Dari: sale naw tabrik

Duala: mbu mwa bwam

Dutch: gelukkig nieuwjaar

E

English: Happy New Year

Eskimo: kiortame pivdluaritio

Eritrean Tigrigna: ruhus hadush amet

Esperanto: feliĉan novan jaron

Estonian: head uut aastat

Ethiopian: melkam addis amet yihuneliwo

Ewe: eƒé bé dzogbenyui nami

Ewondo: mbembe mbu

F

Faroese: gott nýggjár

Finnish: onnellista uutta vuotta

Flemish: gelukkig nieuwjaar

French: bonne année

Frisian: lokkich neijier

Friulian: bon an

New Year's Illuminations in Tbilisi, Georgia

New Year's Illuminations in Tbilisi, Georgia

New Year's Illuminations in Tbilisi, Georgia

G

Galician: bon an

Georgian: გილოცავთახალწელს (gilocavt akhal tsels)

German: ein gutes neues Jahr / prost Neujahr

Greek: kali chronia / kali xronia

Gujurati: sal mubarak / nootan varshabhinandan

Guarani: rogüerohory año nuévo-re

Hmong Girls New Year's Celebration Games

John Pavelka took this photograph in Laos of Hmong gorls celebrating the New Year with games.

John Pavelka took this photograph in Laos of Hmong gorls celebrating the New Year with games.

H

Haitian Creole: bònn ané

Haoussa: barka da sabuwar shekara

Hawaiian: hauoli makahiki hou

Hebrew: שנהטובה (shana tova)

Herero: ombura ombe ombua

Hindi: nav varsh ki subhkamna

Hmong: nyob zoo xyoo tshiab

Hungarian: boldog új évet

I

Icelandic: gleðilegt nýtt ár

Indonesian: selamat tahun baru

Iranian (Persian): sal -e- no mobarak

Iraqi: sanah jadidah

Irish Gaelic: ath bhliain faoi mhaise

Italian: felice anno nuovo, buon anno

J

Japanese: akemashite omedetô

Javanese: sugeng warsa enggal

K

Kabylian: asseggas ameggaz

Kannada: hosa varshada shubhaashayagalu

Kazakh: zhana zhiliniz kutti bolsin

Khasi: snem thymmai basuk iaphi

Khmer: sur sdei chhnam thmei

Kiembu: ngethi cya mwaka mweru

Kinyarwanda: umwaka mwiza

Kirundi: umwaka mwiza

Kisii: somwaka omoyia omuya

Korean: 새해복많이받으세요
(seh heh bok mani bat uh seyo)

Kurde : sala we ya nû pîroz be

Kurdish: newroz pirozbe

Maori Fire Poi Juggling in New Zealand

Poi is a form of juggling originated by the Maori people in New Zealand. This photograph of fire poi was taken by Paul Keleher on December 31, 2007.

Poi is a form of juggling originated by the Maori people in New Zealand. This photograph of fire poi was taken by Paul Keleher on December 31, 2007.

L

Lao: sabai di pi mai

Latin: felix sit annus novus

Latvian: laimīgu Jauno gadu

Ligurian: bón ànno nêuvo

Lingala: bonana / mbula ya sika elamu na tonbeli yo

Lithuanian: laimingų Naujųjų Metų

Low Saxon: gelükkig nyjaar

Luxembourgeois: e gudd neit Joër

M

Macedonian: Среќна Нова Година (srekna nova godina)

Madagascar: tratry ny taona

Malagasy: arahaba tratry ny taona

Malay: selamat tahun baru

Malayalam: nava varsha ashamshagal

Maltese: is-sena t-tajba

Mangarevan: kia porotu te ano ou

Maori: kia hari te tau hou

Marathi: navin varshaachya hardik shubbheccha

Mizo: kum thar chibai

Mohawk: ose:rase

Mongolian: shine jiliin bayariin mend hurgeye
(Шинэ жилийн баярын мэнд хvргэе)

More: wênd na kô-d yuum-songo

N

Ndebele: umyaka omucha omuhle

Nepali: nawa barshara ko subhechha

Ngombale: ngeu' shwi pong mbeo paghe

Norwegian: godt nyttår

O

Occitan: bon annada

Oriya: subha nababarsa /
naba barsara hardika abhinandan

Ourdou: naya sar Mubarak

P

Pampango: masaganang bayung banua

Papiamentu: felis anja nobo

Pashto: nawe kaalmo mobarak sha

Persian (Iranian): سالنومبارک (sâle no mobârak)

Polish: szczęśliwego nowego roku

Portuguese: feliz ano novo

Punjabi: nave saal deeyan vadhaiyaan

R

Romanche: bun di bun onn

Romani: baxtalo nevo bersh

Romanian: un an nou fericit / la mulţi ani

Russian: С Новым Годом (S novim godom)

S

Samoan: ia manuia le tausaga fou

Sango: nzoni fini ngou

Sardinian: bonu annu nou

Scottish Gaelic: bliadhna mhath ur

Serbo-Croatian: srećna nova godina / Срећна нова година

Shimaore: mwaha mwema

Shona: goredzva rakanaka

Sindhi: nain saal joon wadhayoon

Sinhala (Sinhalese): suba aluth avuruddak vewa

Slovak: šťastný nový rok

Slovenian: srečno novo leto

Sobota: dobir leto

Somali: sanad wanagsan

Spanish: feliz año nuevo

Sranan: wan bun nyun yari

Swahili: mwaka mzuri / heri ya mwaka mpya

Swedish: gott nytt år

Swiss-German: es guets Nöis

Sudanese: warsa enggal

T

Tagalog (Philippines): manigong bagong taon

Tahitian: ia orana i te matahiti api

Tamazight: assugas amegaz

Tamil: மகிழ்ச்சியான புத்தாண்டு

Tatar: yaña yıl belän

Telegu: nuthana samvathsara subhakankshalu

Thai: สวัสดีปีใหม่ (sawatdii pimaï)

Tibetan: tashi delek / losar tashi delek

Tshiluba: tshidimu tshilenga

Tswana: itumelele ngwaga o mosha

Tulu: posa varshada shubashaya

Turkish: yeni yılınız kutlu olsun

Twents: gluk in'n tuk

U

Udmurt: Vyľ Aren

Ukrainian: Щасливого Нового Року /
З Новим роком (Z novym rokom)

Urdu: naya saal mubarik

Uzbek: yangi yilingiz qutlug' bo'lsin

V

Vietnamese: Chúc Mừng Nǎm Mới /
Cung Chúc Tân Niên / Cung Chúc Tân Xuân

W

Walloon: ene boune anéye, ene boune sintéye
bone annéye / bone annéye èt bone santéye

Welsh: blwyddyn newydd dda

West Indian Creole: bon lanné

Wolof: dewenati

X

Xhosa: nyak'omtsha

Y

Yiddish: a gut yohr

Z

Zulu: unyaka omusha omuhle


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Comments

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 30, 2015:

vasantha T k,

Thanks for reading my article and posting your comment. Thanks, too, for your New Year's wishes. I hope you have a happy, healthy, and prosperous new year.

vasantha T k on December 29, 2015:

Interesting hub and colourful pictures ! Wish you Happy New Year!!!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 29, 2015:

Chitrangada,

Thanks for your New Year greeting.

Have a Happy, Healthy, and Prosperous New Year.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 29, 2015:

Nithya (Vellur),

Thanks for reading the translations and posting your comment.

Happy New Year.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 29, 2015:

whonunuwho (D.E. Rodgers),

It's nice to "see" you again. Thanks for adding your comment.

Happy New Year.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 29, 2015:

Dianna (teaches12345),

Feliz año nuevo. Thanks for stopping by again. It's fun greating people in another language.

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on December 28, 2015:

Came back to read your evergreen hub and wish you a very Happy And Prosperous New Year 2016.

Nithya Venkat from Dubai on December 28, 2015:

Great hub. Wishing you and yours a Happy New Year.

whonunuwho from United States on December 28, 2015:

Nice idea my friend and a blessed and Happy New Year to you and yours. whonu

Dianna Mendez on December 28, 2015:

Peeking in to brush up on greetings -- just in case I need it over the New Year gatherings. Great post and very educational!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 21, 2015:

Chitrangada,

Thanks for returning to read my Hub another time. Thanks, too, for sharing it. I appreciate your thoughtfulness.

Happy New Year!

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on December 21, 2015:

Came back to read and enjoy your evergreen hub and shared it again. This is that time of the year when people would love to read it.

Thank you!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on September 25, 2015:

Richard,

Thank you for reading my article and adding your comment.

RichardLUSA on September 25, 2015:

ItЎ¦s really a cool and useful piece of info. IЎ¦m happy that you simply shared this helpful information with us. Please keep us up to date like this. Thanks for sharing.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on January 05, 2015:

Thelma,

Happy New Year! Thanks for reading my article and posting your comment. I've published two other Hubs similar to this one ... "Merry Christmas" and "I Love You." I hope you have an opportunity to look at those.

Thelma Alberts from Germany on January 04, 2015:

Wow! This is amazing Daisy. "Malipayong Bag-ong Tuig!" (Bisayan, Philippines), "Maligayang Bagong Taon!" (Tagalog, Philippines) and "Frohes Neues Jahr!" in German of Happy New Year. I wish you a wonderful year 2015.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on January 03, 2015:

Marcy,

It's nice to "see" you again. Thanks for reading my article and commenting in it.

I published this Hub three years ago. It receives page views throughout the year, not just at the end of December. The 24-hour period ending some time on December 31st was a personal record for me ... This Hub received more than 1000 page views in 24 hours!

Have a wonderful 2015!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on January 03, 2015:

Audrey (vocalcoach),

Thanks for reading my article and adding your comment. When I was revising my Hub a year or so ago, I had the idea to include a video of "someone" singing Auld Lang Syne. I found three wonderful versions, so rather than decide, I included all of them. My favorite is the Rod Stewart version.

Have a wonderful year, my friend!

Marcy Goodfleisch from Planet Earth on January 03, 2015:

This one is a keeper! I can look at it every year and find new ways to say Happy New Year! Thanks, Daisy Mariposa - and have a wonderful 2015!

Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on January 03, 2015:

Dear Daisy,

How clever of you to add these three versions of Auld Lang Syne. My speaker seemed to be missing a connection so I couldn't compare these wonderful voices. I'm a big Rod Stewart fan so I'd most likely choose his video as my favorite.

What an undertaking this must have been! Fantastic! Voted up, useful, awesome, beautiful, interesting and will certainly share.

Thanks dear Daisy and a very Happy New Year!

Audrey

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on January 02, 2015:

Stephanie.

It's great to "see" you again. Thanks for the New Year wishes. I hope you have a wonderful year.

I thought it would be a fun addition to my article to include three entirely different versions of the same song, Auld Lang Syne, and ask readers to vote on their favorite.

Stephanie Henkel from USA on January 02, 2015:

Happy New Year, Daisy! I enjoyed your fun hub and listening to the three versions of Auld Lang Syne--I always love that sentimental song!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 29, 2014:

Dianna (teaches12345),

Thanks for reading my article and viewing the translations. What really interests me is that the new year has been celebrated since 153 B.C.

Dianna Mendez on December 28, 2014:

Loved this one and I did find some greetings I can use this new year with friends.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 26, 2014:

Linda (Sunshine625),

Thanks for visiting again. Thanks, too, for your good wishes. Happy New Year!

Linda Bilyeu from Orlando, FL on December 26, 2014:

Happy (almost) New Year 2015! :)

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on January 01, 2014:

Hema,

Thanks for reading my article and providing the phonetic translation in Tamil. I appreciate it.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on January 01, 2014:

Nithya (Vellur),

Thanks for reading my article and posting your comment. I had to gather the translations from many sources. Google Translate was a big help to me. I keyed in the greeting in English, and saw what the tool returned as the translation for many of the languages.

Hemalatha from India on December 31, 2013:

Puthandu nalvazthukal ........... Another way of saying happy new year in Tamil!

Nithya Venkat from Dubai on December 29, 2013:

Great hub and an extensive list, thank you for sharing. It must have taken a lot of time and effort to compile the list. Voted up.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 28, 2013:

Chitrangada,

Thanks for reading the translations in my article and posting your comment. Thanks, too, for sharing my Hub.

I have a number of friends residing in India, and some friends who have emigrated from there to other counties. Since many of those friends speak either Hindi or Tamil, I made certain to include those translations in my article, as well some of the others among the 21 official languages in India.

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on December 28, 2013:

Very interesting hub indeed! It is so nice to learn and be able to speak languages of different countries.

I am happy to see Hindi, included in the list. Although many languages are spoken in India--21 to be precise are officially recognised.

Voted up and shared!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on March 22, 2013:

Pooja (pooja2109),

Welcome to HubPages! It's nice to meet you. Thank you for reading my list of translations and adding your comment.

Pooja S from Toronto on March 22, 2013:

great effort....very nice inforation!!!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on February 11, 2013:

newusedcarssacram,

It's nice to meet you. Thanks for reading my article and commenting in it.

The images are all from Wikimedia Commons. It's the best source I've found for legally attributable images for the types of articles I publish on HubPages.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on February 11, 2013:

Joseph (josephbarrett),

It's nice to meet you. Thanks for reading my article and posting your comment. I've published two other articles very similar to this one..."Merry Christmas" and "I Love You." I've also published a few linguistics Hubs. I hope you get a chance to read some of them.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on February 11, 2013:

pinkhawk,

It's nice to meet you. Thanks for reading my list of translations and adding your comment.

I already have the Tagalog translation in my article. With more than 165 translations in alphabetical order by language in my Hub, I guess it was easy for you to miss that one.

newusedcarssacram from Sacramento, CA, U.S.A on February 11, 2013:

This was interesting to read. I also loved the new year images.

Joseph Barrett from South Carolina on February 11, 2013:

Hey Daisy,

Great hub...! I have never seen and read this kind of hub ever. Your hub is very informative and outstanding way to learn that how to wish your world wide friends. This great hub made my interest to learn little bit about different languages. Great work.

pinkhawk from Pearl of the Orient on February 10, 2013:

This is cool! ^_^ Though I see the Pampango here which is familiar, in tagalog (the main Filipino dialect) - it's "Manigong Bagong Taon"... thank you for sharing! ^_^

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on January 02, 2013:

Tim (timstalkstech),

Welcome to HubPages. It's nice to meet you. Thanks for reading my article and adding your comment. If you get a chance, you might want to take a look at my "I Love You" linguistics Hub.

timtalkstech on January 02, 2013:

Whoa - this is awesome, Daisy! Thanks for sharing this!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on January 02, 2013:

ronny2005,

It's nice to meet you. Thanks for reading my translations and adding your comment. Thanks, too, for sharing my Hub.

ronny2005 from HubPages on January 02, 2013:

Great Effort! Good Hub. Thanks for sharing. Shared the hub with my followers.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on January 02, 2013:

Vinaya,

Thanks for visiting again. I had a terrific New Year celebration. I appreciate your asking.

Vinaya Ghimire from Nepal on January 02, 2013:

Daisy, I hope you had a fantastic new year celebration. I don't find much enthusiasm in New Year revelries, 9 new years are too much for me.

Regards

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on January 01, 2013:

Rich (rcrumple),

Happy New Year! Thanks for reading my translations and adding your comment. It's great to see that you haven't lost your sense of humor in 2013!

I've published two other articles like this one...a "Merry Christmas" Hub and an "I Love You" Hub. My "I Love You" article is the winner among the three. It's had more than 11,500 page views.

Rich from Kentucky on January 01, 2013:

Daisy, I'm late, but once again you've done the miraculous! Still, I don't see "Bubba" listed. It goes something like this: "Hey y'all! Ah'm jes fixin' ta pertinert git ready ta git around ta say that ah jes wanted ta wish y'all a Happy New Year! Git the ham en black eyed peas on fer good luck taday!"

Happy New Year, my friend! I hope it's a great one for you!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 31, 2012:

HoneyBB,

It's nice to "see" you again. Thanks for reading my article and adding your comment.

Happy New Year!

H Lax on December 31, 2012:

Awesome! Happy New Year to you too!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 30, 2012:

Nell,

Thanks for visiting again. Thanks, too, for the "Happy New Year" and "Good Luck" messages in Romani.

Bonne année, mon ami.

Nell Rose from England on December 30, 2012:

I came back for another read, so baxtalo nevo bersh to you Daisy! lol! and Kushti bok for the new year too!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 30, 2012:

Martie,

What a thoughtful thing to do for your friend in Wales! Thanks for reading my article and posting your comment. I'm glad you found the information in my article to be useful.

Happy New Year!

Martie Coetser from South Africa on December 30, 2012:

Voorspoedige Nuwejaar, Daisy!

I've just posted the Welsh-translation on the wall of a Welsh friend. I think he will be so impressed :)

Thank you for this most useful hub.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 30, 2012:

Christy,

Thanks for reading my article, adding your comment, and sharing my Hub on Facebook. I appreciate your support of my writing.

Christy Birmingham from British Columbia, Canada on December 30, 2012:

Great one for year end, my friend! Off to share to Facebook :)

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 29, 2012:

Cyndi,

It's nice to "see" you again. Thanks for reading and commenting in my article. The Google translation tool was a big help in preparing my article.

I've written two other articles similar to this one. My Hub listing how to say "I Love You" has been viewed more than 11,000 times.

Cynthia Calhoun from Western NC on December 29, 2012:

This is pretty cool - I'm sure it took a long time to look up and translate everything, but I'm thinking lots of people will love this hub! :)

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 26, 2012:

Laurinzo,

Thanks for visiting again. I posted a disclaimer of sorts in my "I Love You" linguistics article regarding this issue.

LJ Scott from Phoenix, Az. on December 26, 2012:

Yes I do so love that cultural fact about how a word or phrase can change with your personal direction, and be the difference between a hug or a slap, or worse...

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 26, 2012:

Laurinzo,

Thanks for reading my article and commenting in it. The images are all from Wikimedia Commons, my favorite source for photographs for my Hubs.

You might want to see if you can find recordings online of the languages you want to try. With some languages, the same phrase can mean different things, depending upon the inflection in one's voice.

LJ Scott from Phoenix, Az. on December 26, 2012:

I love this bridging of the language barrier, and if i'm brave enough I may try a few ... once I am sure i'm not slaughtering the language with my pronunciations... this is a very good one...

Definitely interesting and useful!

I love the images you chose as well.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on October 29, 2012:

Audrey,

Thanks for reading and commenting in another of my linguistics Hubs. I'm glad you enjoy the series. I recently published some articles with words, phrases, and customs which will be helpful to travelers. I hope you'll have a chance to read those.

Audrey Howitt from California on October 29, 2012:

I love this series of yours Daisy! Well done!

India Arnold from Northern, California on August 29, 2012:

Will do!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on August 29, 2012:

India (K9keystrokes),

Thanks for reading my list and commenting. This article did take quite a bit of time to research, but it was worth it.

When you have time, you might want to check out my "I Love You" translations Hub.

India Arnold from Northern, California on August 29, 2012:

What a great idea! I think this one has to get pinned on the fridge! What an abundant amount of research this must have required. Impressive, to say the least. Good stuff!

HubHugs~

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on July 17, 2012:

Keith,

I'm glad you enjoyed reading my list of translations. I've published two other "language" Hubs in addition to this one..."Merry Christmas" and "I Love You."

KDuBarry03 on July 17, 2012:

Wow, just wow! This is definitely a good recourse. I don't even know where to begin to try to pronounce majority of the sayings. Great list, Daisy! Happy New Year every day, I guess? :)

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on July 17, 2012:

Linda (Sunshine),

You're the List Diva. I'd like to see you write a Hub which has a list containing 200 entries.

Linda Bilyeu from Orlando, FL on July 17, 2012:

A list with over 165 items?!? Something to think about.

Happy New Year!!

Paul Richard Kuehn from Udorn City, Thailand on April 24, 2012:

Daisy, all Thais celebrate two new years: the western new year on January 1, and the Buddhist New Year which is celebrated April 13-15. Thai-Chinese also celebrate the Chinese New Year which can fall anywhere from around January 21-February 19 depending on when the first moon of the first month of the year occurs. I am sharing this with my followers.

Audrey Howitt from California on April 24, 2012:

I am Russian, so I will say--? ????? ????? (S novim godom)!!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on April 24, 2012:

Nell,

I wouldn't even attempt to pronounce some of the translations. I might wind up saying something entirely different and get myself into a lot of trouble.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on April 24, 2012:

Sunshine,

It sounds as though Mary (tillsontitan) wants to see you create a *list* Hub that has more than 165 items. What subject will you choose?

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on April 24, 2012:

Mary,

Thanks for reading my list. My "I Love You" list is as long as this one, but my "Merry Christmas" list is quite a bit shorter.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on April 24, 2012:

Lesley,

Thanks for reading and sharing my Hub. I appreciate it.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on April 24, 2012:

Nare,

Thanks for reading my article. If I had left out Armenian, I would have been very happy to add it.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on April 24, 2012:

Ruchira,

Thanks for reading my Hub. If I've left out any of the languages you speak, please let me know. I'll be glad to add them to my list.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on April 24, 2012:

Julie,

Thanks for reading my Hub. Have you seen my "Merry Christmas" and "I Love You" articles?

The "I Love You" Hub can useful no matter what country you're in.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on April 24, 2012:

Vinaya,

Thanks for reading another of my Hubs. I appreciate your support, as always.

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on April 24, 2012:

Christy,

Thanks for reading my Hub. I've written two other "language" Hubs. One is "Merry Christmas," and the other is "I Love You."

Nell Rose from England on April 24, 2012:

Wow! I sat here trying to pronounce them! lol! I didn't do a very good job of it though! Amazing hub, nell

Linda Bilyeu from Orlando, FL on April 24, 2012:

Did I hear "challenge?" I'm due!!:)

Mary Craig from New York on April 24, 2012:

That's what I call a list! You are challenging my list lady (SS) with this incredible list. A delightful romp through New Years across the world. Voted up!

Movie Master from United Kingdom on April 24, 2012:

Wow, this is awesome!

Great work - voted up and shared!

Nare Gevorgyan on April 24, 2012:

wow you even have Armenian :)Nice job!

Ruchira from United States on April 24, 2012:

well researched Daisy.

Hope you have had a wonderful year till now :)

Jools Hogg from North-East UK on April 24, 2012:

Should I ever be anywhere other than England and New Year, I will know what to say!

Wow, you must have done a lot of research for this -nice job!

Vinaya Ghimire from Nepal on April 24, 2012:

Good going Daisy!

Christy Birmingham from British Columbia, Canada on April 24, 2012:

What a useful hub!

Justin W Price from Juneau, Alaska on January 07, 2012:

well, that would be fun! Thanks for putting this together

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on January 06, 2012:

Justin,

Thanks for visiting my Hub. Unfortunately, I can't do an audio version.

Justin W Price from Juneau, Alaska on January 06, 2012:

wow. lots of work. Next step.... audio clips?

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 31, 2011:

Bbudoyono,

Thanks for stopping by. Have a Happy New Year!

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 31, 2011:

Cagsil,

Thanks for your New Years wishes. Have a safe, but fun, New Year's Eve...and a happy, healthy 2012.

Look for the related Hub I wrote about Valentine's Day.

Lord De Cross provided a translation for me in Quechua.

Bbudoyono on December 31, 2011:

In Javanese language 'Sugeng warsa enggal'

Raymond D Choiniere from USA on December 31, 2011:

That's one comprehensive list of languages, all to say Happy New Year. LOL! Definitely useful to anyone almost everywhere. LOL! :) Voted up! Happy New Year! Make it a great one and be safe. :)

Daisy Mariposa (author) from Orange County (Southern California) on December 31, 2011:

Kelley,

I see that you joined HubPages 12 days ago...Welcome!

I'm glad you enjoyed reading my Hub.

kelleyward on December 31, 2011:

Very interesting hub. Glad I read it!

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