Talofa, o lo'u igoa o ...
Hello, my name is... = Talofa, o lo'u igoa o...
talofa Talofa means hello in Samoan
Michelle is not a Samoan name so would have no translation for it in the Samoan language.
Jessica is not a Samoan name so there's no translation for it in the Samoan language.
hello = talofa goodbye = tofa
What is your name - O ai lou igoa?
Talofa, o lo'u igoa o Kalasia.
If you mean "hello", it is Talofa
Hello, my name is... - Witam, mam na imię... (Witam, jestem...)
Hello - Talofa Goodbye - Tofa Soifua
talofa, o lou igoa o mowai salu
Hello is OKI in Blackfoot. My name is is NII TA NIK KO.
You never said in what language so i have to assume it's in English, "hello my name is Raizlle".
the samoan word for miracle is: Vavega
'Uso' means sister in Samoan
Kamusta is how you say hello
Dave is not a Samoan name so does not have a translation in the Samoan language. However, David is in the Bible, therefore has a translation as, of course, Samoa is a very religious nation. The Samoan translation of David is TAVITA.
you can say hello (name) they call me like this ex. sey noy (kateri) young yats
You say "hello" in the monkey language by throwing a banana to the person that you are greeting.
Kayla is pronounced exactly the same in Samoan as it is in English.
To say 'hello' in the Turkish language is 'merdaba'. You pronounce this 'mer-HA-ba'
kudual. is how u say hello in dinka
The word Samoa is a "Samoan word" so you would simply say "SAMOA".
Ethnologue does not list any world language by the name of Niagara.
To say the words 'hello beautiful' in the Thai language you say swasdi swyngam''. In Latin language you say 'pulchra salve'.
it depends what language do you speak?
How do you say hello in Singapore language
I am from Iraq my name is Abdulrahman so i know how you say hello in my language we say elu it is a bit like french but you pronounce it differently we do say salamun alaikum but that does not mean hello because any of the muslim's say salamun alaikum~
You say "Hello my friend!" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Bawoni Oremi".
To say hello in the Powhatan language is " wingapo."
Christianity has no uniform language, so a Christian would hello in the language of their home country.
Chikma (Hello) Chikma chin chikma (hello, how are you?)
Algerian is not a language, the national language in Algeria is Arabic, and French is commonly spoken. To say hello, you would say مرحبا or Salam.
The Mi'kmaq word for hello is kwe'
hello in dzongkha is Kuzuzangpo La
Namasta is how you say hello in the Indian language. You also could use the word Namasta in yoga which was from India.
If it in the Morning you can say "guenayden" If you just want to say hello you should say "Merhaba".
There is no such thing as a Jewish hello. Jews say hello in whatever language they speak.
'Hello' is in Dutch (that is the language they speak in the Netherlands) 'hallo'.
Kamusta is the word hello. Since English is an official language of the Philippines, you can simply say, "hello." Mabuhay
There are about 450 Languages spoken in India and about 700 different Native American languages. But there is no such language as "Indian".
wave your hand in the air to someone you want to say hello to.
Argentinian is not a language, that would be Spanish. So you may say 'Hola' for hello.
British English is still English. So you would say "Hello".
You may say 'konnichiwa.'
Simple, "Hello". There's no different language.
In Barbados you can say hello by saying hello because their main language in English. Otherwise you can say a proper Barbadian greeting like "How do you do?"
There is no such language as "European"