How do youh say welcome in madagascare language?
You say welcome in madagascar,:tonga soa
You say "Welcome!" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Ek'abo".
You say Youre Welcome in Kisii language of the African origin as kwaariganigwe.
welcome to ethopia
welcome english is the official language
Jamaica is an English speaking country. You would say the same thing whether you are speaking standard English or Jamaican Patois, which is a dialect of English, and not a separate language.
The Romanian language equivalent of Welcome is Bine ai venit.
You say "You're welcome" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Ko t'ope".
In what language?
You're Welcome. american isn't a language
The say "welcome" in Eskimo or Inuit, you would say "Tunngahugit. " The Inuit language is the most common language spoken among the Eskimo people.
Willkommen- welcome Bitte- you're welcome and you can say hello by saying hallo. wierd huh?
"Jolo" is Welcome in the Acholi language, spoken in Northern Uganda and parts of Sudan.
The national language of Namibia is English, so "welcome".
The equivalent of welcome in the Romanian language is bine ai venit.
the official language in Mexico is spanish. welcome in spanish is bienvenido.
The language is HINDI, not 'Hindu'. The Hindi word for Welcome is Swagat.
Welcome in Bahasa Malay is: Selamat datang
Islam is a faith not a language.
Jamaica is an English speaking country. You would say "Welcome to Jamaica" whether you are speaking standard English or Jamaican Patois, which is a dialect of English, and not a separate language.
The Romanian language equivalent of You are welcome is Sunteţi (Eşti) bine venit.
歓 迎 means welcome in Japanese (huan yin).
Brazilian is not a language. Portuguese. And you say "Bem-Vindo(a)"
English is the main language spoken in the United Kingdom, so you would just say "Welcome".
Islam is a faith not a language.
English is the language of Jamaica.
khong co chi the translation of welcome to the vietnamese language is: chào mừng
In the Kisii language of African origin,kwareganigure has the meaning of "Welcome" in English language.
Firipin e no kangei
Mongold tavtai moril
It all depends on the country the Muislims live in or the language they speak. If they live in America or speak English, the Muslims Say "welcome". If they live in the Middle East and the language is Arabic, the Muslims say "Ahlan wasahlan" The Muslims live all over the world and speak all languages. What ever the word welcome means in other languages, this is how the Muslims say welcome.
You just said it yourself. If you want to say it in another language, you need to say which one.
'Welcome' in Yoruba language is 'Eku abo', which is more often than not shortened to "Ek'abo". Cheers.
The most common language in in Syria is Araabic. In Arabic "Ahlan Wa Sahlan" means Welcome
Patois is not a language, it refers to some minor languages.
Hwan yong ham ni da
Kaya koorda. Wandju, wandju, nidja Noongar Boodja. 'Hello friend. Welcome to our country.'
You're welcome handsome in Spanish is three simple words. To say "You're welcome handsome" in the Spanish language would simply be "de nada guapo" and can be easily said.
In the Kisii language of African origin,"Imbuya mono" has the meaning of "Welcome" in English language. has the meaning of "Thank you" in English language.
Mexican isn't a language! but in spanish it's "bienvenido" If you are saying "You're Welcome" it is "De Nada" If you are saying "Welcome to my home" it is "Bienvenido a mi casa"
It depends on which Luxembourg language you are using: In French, you would say Bienvenue In German, you would say Willkommen
In Lakota you might use hokahe or tanyan yahi
Anishinaabemowin (the language of the Ojibwe/Ojibwa/Chippewa people) has no such phrase.
Aish kareth/chaneh khoteh chaaa.
In the sense - you are welcome in my house: Vous êtes le bienvenu / la bienvenue In the sense of - thank you - you're welcome: Merci - De rien
People speak English in Ireland, so they say "Welcome". In the Irish language people say "Céad míle fáilte" (a hundred thousand welcomes), which is pronounced Cade meela fall cha.