How to Say Ghost in Different Languages

Ghost in Different Languages: A ghost is a faint sign, or the soul of a dead person remains to earth to haunt the living. Ghost is a supernatural being that we find is many folk tales. Ghost is a terrifying being that haunts and frightens people. The Holy Spirit is an attribute or force of God that turns men into His messengers or servants. It also serves the purpose of defining elements of other religions and religious systems.

How to Say Ghost in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Ghost
Albanianfantazmë
Basquemamua
Belarusianпрывід
Bosnianduh
Bulgarianпризрак
Catalanfantasma
Croatianduh
Czechduch
Danishspøgelse
Dutchgeest
Estoniankummitus
Finnishaave
Frenchfantôme
Galicianpantasma
GermanGeist
Greekφάντασμα (fántasma)
Hungarianszellem
Icelandicdraugur
IrishPúca
Italianfantasma
Latvianspoks
Lithuanianvaiduoklis
Macedonianдухот
Malteseghost
Norwegianspøkelse
Polishduch
Portuguesefantasma
Romanianfantomă
Russianпризрак (prizrak)
Serbianдух (duh)
Slovakduch
Slovenianduh
Spanishfantasma
Swedishspöke
Ukrainianпривид (pryvyd)
Welshysbryd
Yiddishגייַסט
Armenianուրվական
Azerbaijanixəyal
Bengaliপ্রেতাত্মা
Chinese Simplified鬼 (guǐ)
Chinese Traditional鬼 (guǐ)
Georgianghost
Gujaratiભૂત
Hindiभूत
Hmongdab
Japanese幽霊
Kannadaಪ್ರೇತ
Kazakhаруақ
Khmerខ្មោច
Korean유령 (yulyeong)
Laoghost
Malayalamപേതം
Marathiभूत
Mongolianсүнс
Myanmar (Burmese)တစေ္ဆ
Nepaliभूत
Sinhalaඅවතාරයක්
Tajikрӯҳ
Tamilபேய்
Teluguదెయ్యం
Thaiผี
Turkishhayalet
Urduگھوسٹ
Uzbeksharpa
Vietnamesema
Arabicشبح (shabh)
Hebrewרוּחַ
Persianروح
Afrikaansspook
Chichewamzimu
Hausafatalwa
Igbomọ
Sesothoghost
Somalimuuqasho
Swahiliroho
Yorubaiwin
Zulughost
Cebuanoespiritu
Filipinomulto
Indonesianhantu
JavaneseKudus
Malagasymatoatoa
Malayhantu
Maoriwairua
Esperantofantomo
Haitian Creolefantom
Latinexspiravit

The term used for ghost in religious aspects is a Holy Spirit. There are two ways of thinking about the Holy Spirit, as per the theologian Rudolf Bultmann: “animistic” and “dynamistic.” It is an “independent agent” in animistic thinking, a personal power that can descend on a man like a devil, take ownership of him, empower him to render or compel him to perform power manifestations while in a dynamistic thought “it seems as an impersonal force that fills a man just like a fluid.” All thinking exist in the scriptures of the Jews as well as in the Christians but animistic in the Old Testament is more conventional, whereas dynamistic in the New Testaments is more common.

In the Quran the Holy Spirit is referred four times, as an instrument of divine action or communication Whereas in Christian and Jewish traditions there are similarities with the Holy Spirit, it is unclear whether these four references relates to the same Holy Spirit.

General myth is that ghost is the spirit of a dead person which is too faint that anyone can hardly see. Ghost of something is usually a bad memory of it that sticks somewhere in the brain. Ghost comes as a shadow or very pale vision.

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