How to Say Ocean in Different Languages

Ocean in Different Languages: Oceans is a large body of saltwater that constitutes 70% of the Earth’s surface. When viewed from the satellite all the area that appears water is oceans. There is One World Ocean, which means that the whole world is connected to one ocean, but it is divided into different parts according to the geographic area.  Oceans are the world’s largest habitat and regulates the climate.

How to Say Ocean in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Ocean
Albanianoqean
Basqueozeano
Belarusianакіян
Bosnianokean
Bulgarianокеан
Catalanoceà
Croatianokean
Czechoceán
Danishocean
Dutchoceaan
Estonianookean
Finnishvaltameri
Frenchocéan
Galicianocéano
GermanOzean
Greekωκεανός (okeanós)
Hungarianóceán
IcelandicHaf
Irishfarraige
Italianoceano
Latvianokeāns
Lithuanianvandenynas
Macedonianокеанот
Malteseoċean
Norwegianhav
Polishocean
Portugueseoceano
Romanianocean
Russianокеан (okean)
Serbianокеан (okean)
Slovakoceán
Slovenianocean
SpanishOceano
Swedishhav
Ukrainianокеан (okean)
Welshcefnfor
Yiddishאָקעאַן
Armenianօվկիանոս
Azerbaijaniokean
Bengaliমহাসাগর
Chinese Simplified海洋 (hǎiyáng)
Chinese Traditional海洋 (hǎiyáng)
Georgianოკეანის
Gujaratiસમુદ્ર
Hindiसागर
Hmongdej hiav txwv
Japanese海洋
Kannadaಸಾಗರ
Kazakhмұхит
Khmerមហាសមុទ្រ
Korean대양 (daeyang)
Laoມະຫາສະຫມຸດ
Malayalamസമുദ്രം
Marathiमहासागर
Mongolianдалайн
Myanmar (Burmese)သမုဒ္ဒရာ
Nepaliसमुद्र
Sinhalaසාගර
Tajikущёнус
Tamilகடல்
Teluguసముద్ర
Thaiมหาสมุทร
Turkishokyanus
Urduسمندر
Uzbekokean
Vietnameseđại dương
Arabicمحيط (muhit)
Hebrewאוקיינוס
Persianاقیانوس
Afrikaansoseaan
Chichewanyanja
Hausateku
Igboosimiri
Sesotholeoatle
Somalibadda
SwahiliBahari
Yorubanla
Zuluocean
Cebuanodagat
Filipinokaragatan
Indonesianlautan
Javaneseocean
Malagasyranomasimbe
Malaylaut
Maorimoana
Esperantooceano
Haitian Creolelanmè
LatinOceanum

There are five oceans divided by geographic area: the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic, and Southern. Oceans hold about 1.34 billion cubic kilometers of water that constitutes to 97% of Earth’s water supply. Oceans are a large source of various minerals such as: magnesium, calcium and chlorine.  Oceans are the regulators of temperature as they absorb Sun’s heat and transfer it to all parts of the world.

Oceans maintain the ecosystem and stabilizes the economy. Some countries are well known in fish export. Many kinds of fish are being eaten by humans and are known to be a great source of proteins. Other eatable animals include squids, lobsters and crab. Millions of plants and animals in the world live on the oceans.

Starting from the tiny microorganisms to the largest living blue whale all life is dependent on oceans. Most life in oceans is dependent of phytoplankton: a microorganism that floats on water and produces more than half of the total oxygen in world. Everyday new research is done on oceans and new organism is discovered still it is said that about 80% of the ocean is still undiscovered.

Many ocean species are endangered due to the human activities. Water pollution is a threat to ocean life. Marine pollution includes trash and chemicals collectively. The chemicals from factories are drained directly into the oceans. These chemical substances are unrefined and a life threat to marine animals.

High concentration of nitrogen and phosphorus in the ocean leads to the growth of algal blooms which is toxic to humans and wildlife. This draining of chemicals should be banned without any refining. Throwing of plastic bags must be prohibited. Government should take necessary action for the conservation of marine life.

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