How to Say Happy New Year in Different Languages

Happy New Year in Different Languages: New Year is when a new calendar year starts, and the number of the calendar year increases by one. The event is celebrated in many cultures and it is often marked as a national holiday on the first day of January. The most common calendar system today, Gregorian calendar, takes place on 1 January (New Year’s Day). Many communities celebrate their customary or theological New Year Dates, sometimes in addition to a (Gregorian) secular calendar according to their own traditions

How to Say Happy New Year in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Happy New Year
AlbanianGëzuar Vitin e Ri
BasqueUrte berri on
BelarusianЗ Новым годам
BosnianSretna Nova godina
BulgarianЧестита Нова Година
CatalanBon any nou
CroatianSretna Nova godina
CzechŠťastný nový rok
DanishGodt nytår
DutchGelukkig nieuwjaar
EstonianHead uut aastat
FinnishHyvää uutta vuotta
FrenchBonne année
GalicianFeliz aninovo
GermanFrohes neues Jahr
GreekΕυτυχισμένο το νέο έτος (Eftychisméno to néo étos)
HungarianBoldog új évet
IcelandicGleðilegt nýtt ár
IrishAthbhliain faoi mhaise daoibh
ItalianFelice anno nuovo
LatvianLaimīgu Jauno gadu
LithuanianLaimingų Naujųjų metų
MacedonianСреќна Нова година
MalteseIs-sena it-tajba
NorwegianGodt nytt år
PolishSzczęśliwego Nowego Roku
PortugueseFeliz Ano Novo
RomanianAn Nou Fericit
RussianС новым годом (S novym godom)
SerbianСрећна Нова година (Srechna Nova godina)
SlovakŠťastný nový rok
SlovenianSrečno novo leto
SpanishFeliz año nuevo
SwedishGott nytt år
UkrainianЩасливого Нового року (Shchaslyvoho Novoho roku)
WelshBlwyddyn Newydd Dda
Yiddishא גוט געבענטשט יאר
ArmenianՇնորհավոր Նոր Տարի
AzerbaijaniYeni iliniz mübarək
Bengaliশুভ নব বর্ষ
Chinese Simplified新年快乐 (xīnnián kuàilè)
Chinese Traditional新年快樂 (xīnnián kuàilè)
Georgianგილოცავთ ახალ წელს
Gujaratiસાલ મુબારક
Hindiहैप्पी न्यू ईयर
HmongNyob Zoo Xyoo Tshiab
Japanese明けましておめでとうございます
Kannadaಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷದ ಶುಭಾಶಯ
KazakhЖаңа жыл құтты болсын
Khmerរីករាយ​ឆ្នាំ​ថ្មី
Korean새해 복 많이 받으세요 (saehae bog manh-i bad-euseyo)
Laoສະ​ບາຍ​ດີ​ປີ​ໃຫມ່
Malayalamപുതുവത്സരാശംസകൾ
Marathiनवीन वर्षाच्या शुभेच्छा
MongolianШинэ жилийн мэнд хүргэе
Myanmar (Burmese)ပျော်ရွှင်ဖွယ်နှစ်သစ်
Nepaliनयाँ बर्षको शुभकामना
Sinhalaසුභ නව වසරක්
TajikСоли Нав Муборак
Tamilபுத்தாண்டு வாழ்த்துக்கள்
Teluguనూతన సంవత్సర శుభాకాంక్షలు
Thaiสวัสดีปีใหม่
TurkishMutlu Yıllar
Urduنیا سال مبارک ہو
UzbekYangi yilingiz bilan
VietnameseChúc mừng năm mới
Arabicسنة جديدة سعيدة (sunat jadidat saeida)
Hebrewשנה טובה
Persianسال نو مبارک
AfrikaansGelukkige Nuwe Jaar
ChichewaChaka chabwino chatsopano
HausaBarka da sabon shekara
IgboEzi afọ ọhụrụ
SesothoMahlohonolo a selemo se secha
SomaliHappy New Year
SwahiliHeri ya mwaka mpya
YorubaE ku odun, eku iyedun
ZuluJabulela unyaka omusha
CebuanoMalipayong Bag-ong Tuig
FilipinoMaligayang Bagong Taon
IndonesianSelamat Tahun Baru
JavaneseHappy New Year
MalagasyTratry ny taona
MalaySelamat tahun Baru
MaoriTau Hou hari
EsperantoFeliĉan Novjaron
Haitian CreoleHappy New Year
LatinNew Anno Felix

The most famous examples are the Chinese New Year, the Muslim New Year, the new Japanese New Year and the Jewish New Year. The new years are still observed at different dates across India and other nations.

A New Year is an opportunity to reflect on the previous year and to learn about what you expect to achieve in the new year. If the aim is more common or more important, like going to a gym, you have to determine how to do it. If you split it in smaller steps, it may still be possible

New year is the time of celebration all over the world. People enter a new year with new expectations and hopes. They have different goals to achieve. Happy new year wishes are mandatory all around the world. You should be aware to wish people in different languages to have a close look at their culture.

The New Year gradually travels around the planet as the starting of the day bring in the New Year because of the separation of the world into time zones.

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