How to Say Nothing in Different Languages

Nothing in Different Languages: If we analyze then even a single atom or an electron carries some importance and weight to its meaning and existence but the above heading, nothing is a pure reflection of something, what we can say, Blank. Something that resembles what absence look like in a shape of word. Nothing word is a regular used word in daily lives and the word is purposeful but the action which it represents is quite off and not meaningful.

How to Say Nothing in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Nature
Albaniannatyrë
Basquenatura
Belarusianпрырода
Bosnianpriroda
Bulgarianприрода
Catalannaturalesa
Croatianpriroda
CzechPříroda
Danishnatur
Dutchnatuur
Estonianloodus
Finnishluonto
Frenchla nature
Galiciannatureza
GermanNatur
Greekφύση (fýsi)
Hungariantermészet
IcelandicNáttúran
Irishnádúr
Italiannatura
Latviandaba
Lithuaniangamta
Macedonianприродата
Maltesenatura
Norwegiannatur
PolishNatura
Portuguesenatureza
Romaniannatură
Russianприрода (priroda)
Serbianприрода (priroda)
Slovakpríroda
Sloveniannarava
Spanishnaturaleza
Swedishnatur
Ukrainianприрода (pryroda)
Welshnatur
Yiddishנאַטור
Armenianբնություն
Azerbaijanitəbiət
Bengaliপ্রকৃতি
Chinese Simplified性质 (xìngzhì)
Chinese Traditional性質 (xìngzhì)
Georgianბუნება
Gujaratiકુદરત
Hindiप्रकृति
Hmongxwm
Japanese自然
Kannadaಪ್ರಕೃತಿ
Kazakhтабиғат
Khmerធម្មជាតិ
Korean자연 (jayeon)
Laoລັກສະນະ
Malayalamപ്രകൃതി
Marathiनिसर्ग
Mongolianмөн чанар
Myanmar (Burmese)သဘာဝ
Nepaliप्रकृति
Sinhalaස්වභාවය
Tajikтабиат
Tamilஇயற்கை
Teluguప్రకృతి
Thaiธรรมชาติ
Turkishdoğa
Urduنوعیت
UzbekTabiat
Vietnamesethiên nhiêz
Arabicطبيعة (tabiea)
Hebrewטֶבַע
Persianطبیعت
Afrikaansaard
Chichewachikhalidwe
Hausayanayi
Igboagwa
Sesothomofuta
Somalidabeecadda
Swahiliasili
Yorubaiseda
Zuluuhlobo
Cebuanosa kinaiyahan
Filipinokalikasan
Indonesianalam
Javanesealam
Malagasytoetra
Malayalam semula jadi
Maoriāhua
Esperantonaturo
Haitian Creolenati
Latinnaturae

Nothing has different definitions for different set of people with different Socio economic classes like for some nothing means genuinely not having anything in their lives including basic necessities like food, cloth and shelter, while for some nothing means not having regular meal three times a day or living in small apartment with hand to mouth income.

But for few individuals, traveling a world is nothing for them or living a luxurious life is nothing but emptiness. This proves that how the definitions differ from person to person who are in different stage and aspects of their lives. Physiologically some believe that if someone does not have money then he has nothing, some believe that not having faith means nothing while some say not having love means nothing.

Hence the word is representing what is nonexistent and we can take example from religious facts “God created this universe from nothing” hence the word is fulfilling its purpose of something that never was there in the first place. The word is originated from old English Nan thing which means nothing, and nothing is modern English.

While in Greek its Tipota, in Spanish its Nada, in mandarin it’s Meiyou. The irony of ‘nothing’ is that the universe was created through this word and this amplifies its importance that technically it would be the first word that has some meaning ever revealed from even before the start of universe.

From my perspective this word lies in only those souls which are suffering and gloming due to lack of something they desire or wish, otherwise they are blessed with everything and not nothing.

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