In the past, some Central Inuit groups used piiyuq for "pretty", a term which is applied to objects as to people just as "pretty" or "beautiful" is applied in English. The term is part of the East Hudson Bay dialect (e.g., at Puvungnatuq and Sanikiluaq) and is used on the the west Hudson Bay coast (e.g., at Nauyaq) as well though not as frequently.
You say hello in inuit like this: goa-vey-idonna-lika-yew
The say "welcome" in Eskimo or Inuit, you would say "Tunngahugit. " The Inuit language is the most common language spoken among the Eskimo people.
An Inuit would say amarok mikiyok("the-wolf-it-is-small").
I thingk how to say hi in inuit is nagoshea
just say to the person you wont to say to ans the say "your beautiful"
You would politely say, "your furniture ISbeautiful."
to say I love you in inuktitut - nagligivagit ubluqatsiarit - have a good day
Omorfos is how you say beautiful in Greek.
how to say beautiful in greek
Bella is how you say beautiful in Italian
To say he is beautiful in German you would say er ist schön. If you wanted to say she is beautiful, you would say sie ist schön. Sie sind schön means they are beautiful.
you are beautiful
To say beautiful in malay is cantik.(can-tek)
this is how you say "you're beautiful" in mongolia "khen chacha"... you're beautiful