How to Say Darkness in Different Languages

Darkness in Different Languages: Darkness, the opposite of light, is known to be absence of light or visible illumination. In situations of high light or high darkness, human vision is not able to differentiate color. Color vision varies from achromatic to ultimately black when there are insufficient lights. There are restricted light sources in a dark environment, making things difficult to see.

How to Say Darkness in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Darkness
Albanianterr
Basqueiluntasuna
Belarusianцемра
Bosnianmrak
Bulgarianтъмнина
Catalanfoscor
Croatiantama
Czechtma
Danishmørke
Dutchduisternis
Estonianpimedus
Finnishpimeys
Frenchobscurité
Galicianescuridade
GermanDunkelheit
Greekσκοτάδι (skotádi)
Hungariansötétség
IcelandicMyrkur
Irishdorchadas
Italianoscurità
Latviantumsa
Lithuaniantamsa
Macedonianтемнина
Maltesedlam
Norwegianmørke
Polishciemność
PortugueseTrevas
Romanianîntuneric
Russianтемнота (temnota)
Serbianтама (tama)
Slovaktma
Sloveniantema
Spanishoscuridad
Swedishmörker
Ukrainianтемрява (temryava)
Welshtywyllwch
Yiddishפינצטערניש
Armenianմթություն
Azerbaijaniqaranlıq
Bengaliঅন্ধকার
Chinese Simplified黑暗 (hēi'àn)
Chinese Traditional黑暗 (hēi'àn)
Georgianსიბნელე
Gujaratiઅંધકાર
Hindiअंधेरा
Hmongtsaus ntuj
Japanese
Kannadaಕತ್ತಲೆ
Kazakhқараңғыл
Khmerភាពងងឹត
Korean어둠 (eodum)
Laoຄວາມມືດ
Malayalamഅന്ധകാരം
Marathiअंधार
Mongolianхаранхуй
Myanmar (Burmese)အမှောငျ
Nepaliअन्धकार
Sinhalaඅඳුරු
Tajikторикӣ
Tamilஇருள்
Teluguచీకటి
Thaiความมืด
Turkishkaranlık
Urduاندھیرے
Uzbekqorong'ilik
Vietnamesebóng tối
Arabicظلام (zalaam)
Hebrewחוֹשֶׁך
Persianتاریکی
Afrikaansduisternis
Chichewamdima
Hausaduhu
Igboọchịchịrị
Sesothoea lefifi
Somaligudcur
Swahiligiza
Yorubaòkunkun
Zuluubumnyama
Cebuanokangitngit
Filipinokadiliman
Indonesiankegelapan
Javanesepeteng
Malagasyhaizina
Malaykegelapan
Maoripouri
Esperantomallumo
Haitian Creolefènwa
Latintenebris

Darkness is a universal symbol that shows the emotional state or deeper relevance of a person in a subject. It usually means wickedness, grief and sadness, solitude, death, and anxiety. Darkness could also signify ignorance or desperation. If people are in the darkness, it could mean they have no idea what’s really happening.

The power of light could also be emphasized by darkness! In the dark sky, for instance, the stars are brighter. Black is like emptiness so much. So if you equate this to the reasons why every color is light, but darkness is black, this is because light contains energy and darkness is the absence of every form of energy. But darkness is nothing, no energy, and it’s black, as black is nothing’s “color.” In order to explain and contrast the light effect, artists use darkness.

In order to produce illumination the pigment colors are mixed to form darkness, because every color absorbs some light frequencies. Mixing the three primary colors or the three secondary colors, theoretically, absorbs all apparent light and creates black. Darkness is terrifying for some people and it is usually associated with supernatural forces. Spirits are known to be present in the darkness. Most of the black magic is done during nighttime in darkness.

 

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