How to Say Winter in Different Languages

Winter in Different Languages: Winter is the coldest period of the year in polar and calm zones (winter doesn’t happen in a large portion of the tropical zone). It happens after pre-winter and before spring in every year. Winter is brought about by the pivot of the Earth in that side of the equator being focused away from the Sun. Various societies characterize various dates as the beginning of winter, and some utilization a definition dependent on climate.

How to Say Winter in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Winter
Albaniandimër
Basquenegua
Belarusianзіма
Bosnianzima
Bulgarianзима
Catalanhivern
Croatianzimski
Czechzima
Danishvinter
Dutchwinter
Estoniantalv
Finnishtalvi-
Frenchhiver
Galicianinverno
GermanWinter
Greekχειμώνας (cheimónas)
Hungariantéli
IcelandicVetur
Irishgheimhridh
Italianinverno
Latvianziema
Lithuanianžiema
Macedonianзима
Maltesexitwa
Norwegianvinter
Polishzimowy
Portugueseinverno
Romanianiarnă
Russianзима (zima)
Serbianзима (zima)
Slovakzimné
Slovenianzima
Spanishinvierno
Swedishvinter-
Ukrainianзима (zyma)
Welshgaeaf
Yiddishווינטער
Armenianձմեռ
Azerbaijaniqış
Bengaliশীতকালীন
Chinese Simplified冬季 (dōngjì)
Chinese Traditional冬季 (dōngjì)
Georgianზამთრის
Gujaratiશિયાળામાં
Hindiसर्दी
Hmonglub caij ntuj no
Japanese
Kannadaಚಳಿಗಾಲದಲ್ಲಿ
Kazakhқыс
Khmerរដូវរងារ
Korean겨울 (gyeoul)
Laoລະດູຫນາວ
Malayalamശീതകാലം
Marathiहिवाळा
Mongolianөвлийн
Myanmar (Burmese)ဆောငျးရာသီ
Nepaliजाडो
Sinhalaශීත
Tajikзимистон
Tamilகுளிர்காலத்தில்
Teluguశీతాకాలంలో
Thaiฤดูหนาว
Turkishkış
Urduموسم سرما
Uzbekqish
Vietnamesemùa đông
Arabicشتاء (shata')
Hebrewחוֹרֶף
Persianزمستان
Afrikaanswinter
Chichewayozizira
Hausahunturu
Igbooyi
Sesothonakong ea mariha
Somalijiilaalka
Swahilimajira ya baridi
Yorubaigba otutu
Zuluebusika
Cebuanotingtugnaw
Filipinotaglamig
Indonesianmusim dingin
Javanesemangsa
Malagasyririnina
Malaymusim sejuk
Maorihotoke
Esperantovintro
Haitian Creolesezon fredi
Latinhiems

At the point when it is winter in the Northern Hemisphere, it is summer in the Southern Hemisphere, and the other way around. In numerous districts, winter is related with day off frigid temperatures. The idea of winter in European dialects is related with the period of lethargy, especially in connection to crops; a few plants pass on, leaving their seeds, and others simply stop development until spring.

Numerous creatures likewise become torpid, particularly those that rest; various bugs bite the dust. What a great many people consider as winter is characterized by Earth’s situation around the sun. The winter solstice denotes when sun disregards legitimately the equator. It occurs near 21 December in the North and around 21 June in the Southern Hemisphere.

The colder climate on the northern hemisphere is more probable than in the southern hemisphere. In reality, the northern hemisphere is host to all the coldest countries of the world. These include the United States, Estonia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan Russia, Europe and Canada. Winter carries numerous progressions to its general surroundings.

During winter, a few creatures relocate, which means moving to another territory for a season’s time. As a rule, creatures go south to hotter territories throughout the winter.

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