How to Say Life in Different Languages

Life in Different Languages: Living things posses certain characteristics that differentiates them from non-living. One common definition is that species are open structures with homeostasis, cell structure, a lifecycle, metabolism, production, adaptation and stimulus response, and development. Life means any system that can perform tasks like ingest, metabolize, excrete, breathe, move evolve, reproduce and respond to external stimulus.

How to Say Life in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Life
Albanianjetë
Basquebizitza
Belarusianжыццё
Bosnianživot
Bulgarianживот
Catalanvida
Croatianživot
Czechživot
Danishliv
Dutchleven
Estonianelu
Finnishelämä
Frenchla vie
Galicianvida
GermanLeben
GreekΖΩΗ (ZOI)
Hungarianélet
IcelandicLífið
Irishsaol
Italianvita
Latviandzīve
Lithuaniangyvenimas
Macedonianживот
Malteseħajja
Norwegianliv
Polishżycie
Portuguesevida
Romanianviaţă
Russianжизнь (zhizn')
Serbianживот (zhivot)
Slovakživot
Slovenianživljenje
Spanishvida
Swedishliv
Ukrainianжиття (zhyttya)
Welshbywyd
Yiddishלעבן
Armenianկյանք
Azerbaijanihəyat
Bengaliজীবন
Chinese Simplified生活 (shēnghuó)
Chinese Traditional生活 (shēnghuó)
Georgianცხოვრება
Gujaratiજીવન
Hindiजिंदगी
Hmonglub neej
Japanese生活
Kannadaಜೀವನದ
Kazakhөмір
Khmerជីវិត
Korean생명 (saengmyeong)
Laoຊີວິດ
Malayalamജീവന്
Marathiजीवन
Mongolianамьдрал
Myanmar (Burmese)အသက်
Nepaliजीवन
Sinhalaජීවිතය
Tajikзиндагӣ
Tamilவாழ்க்கை
Teluguజీవితం
Thaiชีวิต
Turkishhayat
Urduزندگی
Uzbekhayot
Vietnameseđời sống
Arabicحياة (haya)
Hebrewחַיִים
Persianزندگی
Afrikaanslewe
Chichewamoyo
Hausarayuwa
Igbondụ
Sesothobophelo
Somalinolosha
Swahilimaisha
Yorubaaye
Zuluukuphila
Cebuanokinabuhi
Filipinobuhay
Indonesiankehidupan
Javaneseurip
Malagasyfiainana
Malaykehidupan
Maorite ora
Esperantovivo
Haitian Creolelavi
Latinvitae

Nonetheless, many of these properties can either be found in machines no one is willing to call alive or not in humans. Life is complex and cannot be defined easily. The belief of life as we interpret it stems from philosophic and religious reflection of existence, social ties, awareness and joy, and the scientific investigations.

Many other problems also concern the existence of one or more gods, ideas about God, the soul and life afterwards: symbolic significance, ontology, value, purpose, ethics.

We can also see that certain things will have to be in order to have meaningful lives. We must have connections to the others: not generally romantic, but some sort of connections where important stuff is shared. It could be links to books, playlists or movies, of course. It doesn’t have to be unique to a life that is valuable or meaningful. Life has to be simple and happy.

Life is a reward from God. It should be spent for the purpose of humanity.

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