Warrior in Different Languages: A person skilled in fighting and conflict is a warrior. A warrior fights for a certain tribe or country against its opponent. Warfare is confined to males only because just like hunting it is considered as a male activity. In the previous times when a boy reached a certain age, he was sent for fighting. To be a warrior was considered very respectable and patriotic. Warriors wear a specific costume that has symbolic importance.
How to Say Warrior in 88 Different Languages
|Different Languages||Word Languages|
|Chinese Simplified||战士 (zhànshì)|
|Chinese Traditional||戰士 (zhànshì)|
|Haitian Creole||vanyan sòlda|
Warriors spend a part of their life away from their family to form bonding, and to make them stronger for wars and battles. Warriors are always ready to sacrifice for their homeland. Warriors use special weapons for fighting.
Soldiers are warriors that government appoints and provide them with special facilities. There are also some special task soldiers for only warfare. They are called by government when an alarming situation prevails in a country. Warriors go through a training which is very tough, only certain people can pass through.
The warrior class in most areas is only men, yet some women which is very rare also take part in warfare. Those women are young and usually unmarried. Women participates in warfare usually in Japan.
There are very few examples of women taking part in combat fights directly. It is a saying that a warrior does not want to die of old age. He always wishes to be martyred on the battle field.