How to Say Peace in Different Languages

Peace in Different Languages: Peace is a state in the absence of hostility and violence. We can also define peace as idea of societal friendship. Peace is commonly used in a social sense to mean a lack of conflicts, like war and freedom from fear of violence among groups or individuals. Peace is when you can solve your conflict without violence and work together to improve the quality of your life.

How to Say Peace in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Peace
Albanianpaqe
Basquebakea
Belarusianсвет
Bosnianmir
Bulgarianмир
Catalanpau
Croatianmir
Czechmír
Danishfred
Dutchvrede
Estonianrahu
Finnishrauha
Frenchpaix
Galicianpaz
GermanFrieden
Greekειρήνη (eiríni)
Hungarianbéke
IcelandicFriður
Irishsíocháin
Italianpace
Latvianmiers
Lithuaniantaika
Macedonianмир
Maltesepaċi
Norwegianfred
Polishpokój
PortuguesePaz
Romanianpace
Russianмир (Mir)
Serbianмир (mir)
Slovakmier
Slovenianmir
Spanishpaz
Swedishfred
Ukrainianмир (myr)
Welshheddwch
Yiddishשלום
Armenianխաղաղություն
Azerbaijanisülh
Bengaliশান্তি
Chinese Simplified和平 (hépíng)
Chinese Traditional和平 (hépíng)
Georgianმშვიდობა
Gujaratiશાંતિ
Hindiशांति
Hmongkev sib haum xeeb
Japanese平和
Kannadaಶಾಂತಿ
Kazakhбейбітшілік
Khmerសន្តិភាព
Korean평화 (pyeonghwa)
Laoສັນຕິພາບ
Malayalamസമാധാനം
Marathiशांतता
Mongolianамар амгалан
Myanmar (Burmese)ငြိမ်းချမ်းရေး
Nepaliशान्ति
Sinhalaසාම
Tajikсулҳ
Tamilசமாதானம்
Teluguశాంతి
Thaiความสงบ
TurkishBarış
Urduامن
Uzbektinchlik
VietnameseHòa bình
Arabicسلام (salam)
Hebrewשָׁלוֹם
Persianصلح
Afrikaansvrede
Chichewamtendere
Hausazaman lafiya
Igboudo
Sesothokhotso
Somalinabadda
Swahiliamani
Yorubaalafia
Zuluukuthula
Cebuanokalinaw
Filipinokapayapaan
Indonesianperdamaian
Javanesetentrem
Malagasyfandriampahalemana
Malaykeamanan
Maorite rongo
Esperantopaco
Haitian Creolelapè
Latinpacem

Everyone has their part in society either rich or poor and both deserve equal rights. Peace could be possible when none of them is put superior to each other and there is no discrimination on justice, law, and social rights. Each part plays its own significant role in the society.

Conflicts arise when the rights of one group is suppressed and this disturbs the peace of whole society.  Everyone should be given equal chances to work and hold assets despite of gender, ethnic or race.  People should be given safety without fear or threat of violence. Everyone has basic necessities of life such as food, shelter, water, education etc.

In this society of race peace is very difficult to achieve. Countries strive for wealth and power. They want to control and eradicate other countries. We’ve seen so many examples where a giant successful country took over a smaller one. People lost their houses and were brought to slavery.

Many believe that being internally “in peace” is a healthy mental condition or hemostasis and the opposite is a feeling of stress, anxiety and emotionality. In meditative traditions “peace of mind” is often associated with happiness and happiness in psychological or inward achievement.

Peace of mind, serenity, and tranquility are descriptions of a disposition without stress effects. In some meditative practices, inner peace is considered to be a state of consciousness or illumination created through different kinds of meditation.

Psychological peace might not be well described but is often a necessary precursor to “behavioral harmony.” Peacemaking is sometimes the product of a “peaceful inner attitude.”

A peaceful society should be less hostile and have a positive approach to avoid conflicts and make this society a better place to live in.

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