How do you say happy valentines in Hebrew?
Valentine's Day is not big in Israel, but you would say: Yom Valentine Same'ach
hebrew: Yom Ha-Ahava Sa-me-ach (me like in mess).
"Melcome Valentines ken" Happy valentines day in Amharic.
Happy Valentines Day
Happy valentines day larysa
You say happy valentines day. We speak English too.
I don't understand what you are trying to ask. If you are trying to say "How do you say Happy Valentines Day in a different language" it is very simple. Just use translators from the online world, or buy a dictionary for the language you want to say it in.
happy valentines day
yukai barentaindee die
Deush hankorpi valintini
Yom Valentine Sameach (×™×•× ×•×œ× ×˜×™×™×Ÿ ×©×ž×—)
you could say "Feliz Día de San Valentín".
Happy Ex-Valentines Day Hey. How are you?
Ευτυχισμενη μερα του Αγιου Βαλεντινου
God Valentinsdag, kjekken.
i will say happy valentines day to you
Frueliche Sanct valentine tagge
You can't say Happy Friday in Hebrew, but a common greeting on Friday afternoons is Shabbat Shalom (שבת שלום).
You wouldn't really say "Merry Christmas" in Hebrew, since Hebrew speakers do not celebrate Christmas. But you could say Shanah Tovah for "Happy New Year".
Ημέρα του Αγίου Βαλεντίνου ευτυχισμένη
There is no such thing as "Hebrew Orthodox". There is only Hebrew. In Hebrew, you usually do not mention the name of the holiday in greetings. So you would just say Happy Holiday, which is hahg same'akh (חג שמח) Some communities do say Hanukkah Same'akh (חנוּכה שמח) meaning "Happy Hanukkah".
Feliz día de San Valentín a todos.
There are many Christians in Israel who speak Hebrew. And you say "Chag Pascha Same'ach!"
In Hebrew, you would simply say "Mazal Tov" (×ž×–×œ ×˜×•×‘)
If you are asking how to say "Happy New Year" in Hebrew, it's shanah tovah (×©× ×” ×˜×•×‘×”)
Feliz dia de San Valentin, carino
Meep Durf Vroolen! (That's alien for Happy Valentines Day!) In other parts of the galaxy they say "Yep pyde til an vaan hs^"
This is how you say Happy Earth Day in Heberw, I just do not know how you say it i know how to write it and read it. :)(:
In Hebrew you say "chag Sameach"*In English you say "Happy Passover" Unless your friend is over the age of 80, it's unlikely he'd be familiar with the Yiddish greeting. But if that's the case, you can say “A koshern un freilichen Pesach”* (pronounced: A KUH-sher-in OON FRAY-lech-in PAY-sach). *The ch is a guttural sound.
Bonne jour du Saint-Valentin jeune femme!
balentain chukha hae yo Korean Sarang Heyo
Happy Valentines Day! <3
Happy Bat Mizvah is not a Hebrew expression. You would just say "Mazal Tov"
Yom Huledet Sameach = ??? ????? ???
In English you say "Happy Hanukkah" In Hebrew you say "Hag Same'akh"
S d(nyo)m svya(to)va valen(ti)na!
Joyeux (bon) St Valentines maman et papa
"Happy Pesach!" Some people will say 'happy Pesach'. However, most people will use the Hebrew 'Chag sameach' (happy holiday) or 'Chag Pesach sameach'.
to a female: at smekha? to a male: atah same'akh?
Chag sameach, chaverim!
Yom ha'av same'ach.
In Hebrew, you generally don't include the name of the holiday in greetings. So it would just be happy holiday, which is khag same'akh (×—×’ ×©×ž×—)
There is no particular term for this since it is unknown in Hungary. Boldog Valentin-napot or Boldog Bálint-napot
Happy Hanukkah is writing as "חג חנוכה שמח" (Hag Hanukaah Same-ah) in Hebrew. But actually, in Hebrew, you usually do not mention the name of the holiday in greetings. So you would just say Happy Holiday, which is hahg same'akh (חג שמח)
Yom Shanah samei'ach.
A gut yor! ("Shanah Tovah" is Happy New Year in Hebrew)
You can say Khag Purim Same'akh (×—×’ ×¤×•×¨×™× ×©×ž×—) but it's more common just to say Khag Sameakh, which means happy holiday.
Ummm same to you!
hi , I'm sabah you say it like this in Arabic; id hob saeed and you write it like this ; عيد حب سعيد it's eid houbsaeed which translates to عيدحب سعيد (happy valentines day)
I love you - 나는 당신을 사랑합니다 (naneun dangsin-eul salanghabnida) Happy Valentines day - 해피 발렌타인 데이 (haepi ballentain dei)
chag pesach same'ach (×—×’ ×¤×¡×— ×©×ž×—)