How to Say Blue in Different Languages

Blue in Different Languages: Blue is one of the first three shades of the conventional color theory and painting pigments. The color blue is associated with two natural features of Earth: the sky and the ocean. The blue was produced by Egyptians which they used for painting and decoration. The color blue continues to evolve into different shades with a new shade discovered less than a decade ago. In 2009, Professor Mas Subramanian and his student Andrew E. Smith at the Oregon State University inadvertently discovered a new shade of blue.

How to Say Blue in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Blue
Albanianblu
Basqueurdinak
Belarusianсіні
Bosnianplava boja
Bulgarianсин
Catalanblau
Croatianplava
Czechmodrý
Danishblå
Dutchblauw
Estoniansinine
Finnishsininen
Frenchbleu
Galicianazul
Germanblau
Greekμπλε (ble)
Hungariankék
IcelandicBlár
Irishgorm
Italianblu
Latvianzils
Lithuanianmėlynas
Macedonianсина
Malteseblu
Norwegianblå
Polishniebieski
Portugueseazul
Romanianalbastru
Russianсиний (siniy)
SerbianПлави (Plavi)
SlovakModrá
Slovenianblue
Spanishazul
Swedishblå
Ukrainianсиній (syniy)
Welshglas
Yiddishבלוי
ArmenianԿապույտ
Azerbaijanimavi
Bengaliনীল
Chinese Simplified蓝色 (lán sè)
Chinese Traditional藍色 (lán sè)
Georgianლურჯი
Gujaratiવાદળી
Hindiनीला
Hmongxiav
Japanese
Kannadaನೀಲಿ
Kazakhкөк
Khmerខៀវ
Korean푸른 (puleun)
Laoສີນ້ໍາເງິນ
Malayalamനീല
Marathiनिळा
Mongolianхөх
Myanmar (Burmese)ပြာသော
Nepaliनीलो
Sinhalaනිල්
Tajikкабуд
Tamilநீல
Teluguనీలం
Thaiสีน้ำเงิน
Turkishmavi
Urduنیلے
Uzbekko'k
Vietnamesemàu xanh da trời
Arabicأزرق ('azraq)
Hebrewכָּחוֹל
Persianآبی
Afrikaansblou
Chichewabuluu
Hausablue
Igboacha anụnụ anụnụ
Sesothoputsoa
Somalibuluug
Swahilibluu
Yorubablue
Zulublue
Cebuanoazul
Filipinobughaw
Indonesianbiru
Javanesebiru
Malagasymanga
Malaybiru
Maoripuru
Esperantoblua
Haitian Creoleble
Latinhyacinthum

Smith discovered that one of his samples became blue when heated when he explored new materials for manufacturing electronics. YInMn was the name of shade discovered. Surveys in America and Europe show that blue is the color correlated most often with peace, loyalty, confidence, distance, infinity, imagination, cold and sometimes sadness.

It’s the most favorite color of half the men picked and tested. The same surveys found that blue was the most male-connected color just before black, and was the most intellective, intelligent, cool, and concentrative color. Blue is also very famous in dressing for both: men and women.

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