How to Say Home in Different Languages

Home in Different Languages: Home is place where a person lives and spends time with his family. Often it is a house, an apartment or a separate building or a mobile home, a yurt or any other shelter. Most people say that home is our loved ones and the apartment, house, or sleeping room doesn’t make a house necessarily. A place to feel comfortable and secure is a home. A house is a spot in which you can be free to do anything.

How to Say Home in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Home
Albanianshtëpi
Basquehasiera
Belarusianдома
BosnianDom
BulgarianУ дома
Catalancasa
Croatiandom
Czechdomů
Danishhjem
Dutchthuis ()
EstonianKodu
FinnishKoti
Frenchmaison
Galiciancasa
GermanZuhause
GreekΣπίτι (Spíti)
HungarianOtthon
IcelandicHeima
Irishbaile
Italiancasa
Latvianmājas
Lithuaniannamai
Macedonianдома
Maltesedar
Norwegianhjem
PolishDom
Portuguesecasa
RomanianAcasă
RussianГлавная (Glavnaya)
Serbianкућа (kucha)
SlovakDomov
Sloveniandomov
Spanishcasa
SwedishHem
Ukrainianбудинки (budynky)
Welshcartref
Yiddishהיים
Armenianտուն
Azerbaijaniev
Bengaliবাড়ি
Chinese Simplified家 (jiā)
Chinese Traditional家 (jiā)
Georgianმთავარი
Gujaratiઘર
Hindiघर
Hmongtsev
Japanese自宅
Kannadaಮನೆ
Kazakhүй
Khmerផ្ទះ
Korean집 (jib)
Laoບ້ານ
Malayalamവീട്
Marathiघर
MongolianНүүр хуудас
Myanmar (Burmese)နေအိမ်
Nepaliघर
Sinhalaගෙදර
Tajikхона
Tamilவீட்டில்
Teluguహోమ్
Thaiบ้าน
Turkishev
Urduگھر
Uzbekuy
Vietnamesenhà
Arabicالصفحة الرئيسية (alsafhat alrayiysia)
Hebrewבית
Persianخانه
Afrikaanshuis
Chichewakunyumba
Hausagida
Igbohome
Sesotholapeng
Somaliguriga
Swahilinyumba
Yorubaile
Zuluikhaya
Cebuanohome
Filipinobahay
Indonesianrumah
Javaneseomah
Malagasyan-trano
Malayrumah
Maorihome
Esperantohejmo
Haitian Creolelakay
Latindomum

Home and house are confused often but it is important to know the difference. The main difference is the concrete building. House applies to an inhabitant home. On the other hand, a home can refer to a building or any place that someone thinks of as its place and that belongs to it. A home or a flat could be a room, but tents, vessels, or a hidden cave could also be a home.

An imaginary house can even be a location in your mind. You probably won’t just think about moving to the physical structure in which you stay as you say, “We’re going home.” It’s a special place you’re dreaming about where you feel most relaxed and that is yours.

Refugees are individuals who, due to violence or oppression, have fled their homes. They may apply for temporary housing in a shelter or seek asylum or a permanent residency in another country.

The people you associate yourself with can also become a home to you. It’s not just about how you feel, but how you are affected by the people around you. Homes usually have sleeping, food preparation, eating and hygiene areas and facilities.  No matter how small a house is living with your loved ones make it complete and a happy place.

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