How to Say Lightning in Different Languages

Lightning in Different Languages: Lightning is an electrostatic discharge that occur naturally and that temporarily equalizes two electrically charged regions in the atmosphere or earth that produce an immediate release of as much as one gigajoule energy. This release can result in a wide variety of electromagnetic radiation, ranging from hot plasma produced by rapid electrons movements to blinding flashes of black body radiation in visible light.

How to Say Lightning in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Lightning
Albanianvetëtimë
Basquetximista
Belarusianмаланка
Bosnianmunja
Bulgarianмълния
Catalanllampec
Croatianmunja
CzechBlesk
Danishlyn
Dutchbliksem
Estonianvälk
Finnishsalama
Frenchfoudre
Galicianlóstrego
GermanBlitz
Greekαστραπή (astrapí)
Hungarianvillám
IcelandicEldingar
Irishtintreach
Italianfulmine
Latvianzibens
Lithuanianžaibas
Macedonianмолња
Maltesesajjetti
Norwegianlyn
PolishBłyskawica
Portugueserelâmpago
Romanianfulger
Russianмолния (molniya)
Serbianмуња (munja)
Slovakblesk
Slovenianstrele
Spanishrelámpago
Swedishblixt-
Ukrainianблискавка (blyskavka)
Welshmellt
Yiddishבליץ
Armenianկայծակ
Azerbaijaniildırım
Bengaliবজ্র
Chinese Simplified闪电 (shǎndiàn)
Chinese Traditional閃電 (shǎndiàn)
Georgianlightning
Gujaratiવીજળી
Hindiआकाशीय बिजली
Hmongxob laim
Japaneseライトニング
Kannadaಮಿಂಚಿನ
Kazakhнайзағай
Khmerរន្ទះ
Korean번개 (beongae)
Laoຟ້າຜ່າ
Malayalamമിന്നൽ
Marathiआकाशात चमकणारी वीज
Mongolianаянга
Myanmar (Burmese)လှပျြစစျ
Nepaliबिजुली
Sinhalaඅකුණු
Tajikбарщ
Tamilமின்னல்
Teluguమెరుపు
Thaiแลบ
TurkishŞimşek
Urduبجلی
Uzbekchaqmoq
VietnameseSét đánh
Arabicبرق (bariq)
Hebrewבָּרָק
Persianرعد و برق
Afrikaansweerlig
Chichewamphezi
Hausawalƙiya
Igboàmụmà
Sesotholehalima
Somalinalka
Swahiliumeme
Yorubamonomono
Zuluumbani
Cebuanokilat
Filipinokidlat
Indonesianpetir
Javanesekilat
Malagasytselatra
Malaykilat
Maoriuira
Esperantofulmo
Haitian Creolezèklè
Latinfulgur

Lightning creates a thunder a sound from the shock wave that occurs in a quick increase in pressure when gasses reach the discharge. Lightning also happens during thunderstorms and other forms of energy-intensive weather systems.

The most lightning appear within the cloud but also sometimes between the air and the ground. A positive charge builds up below the cloud in the ground drawn by the negative charge at the cloud edge. The positive charge of the earth is focused around everything that holds on like trees, lightning conductors, even humans! The positive charge from the earth relates to the negative charge from the clouds and the this strikes the lightning.

Lightning is not just amazing; it is risky and dangerous. Every year about 2,000 people around the world are killed by lightning. Thousands of attacks often continue to survive but have a variety of symptoms such as memory loss, dizziness, fatigue, depression, and other life-altering disorders. Strikes will lead to heart failure and extreme burns, but nine out of 10 recovers. The average American has nearly 1 in 5,000 chances of getting struck by lightning.

Lightning is the hottest thing on earth. Extreme heat from Lightning vaporize the water within a tree which produces steam that force tree to break into pieces.

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