How to Say Words in Different Languages

Words in Different Languages: A word is the smallest unit of grammar that can alone give a complete sense. Word is a sound of speech or a set of sounds of speech that usually symbolizes and transmits meaning without being separated into smaller units that can use separately. Morphology is the branch of language studying word structures. Lexical semantics is the branch that studies word meanings.

How to Say Word in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Words
Albanianfjalë
Basquehitza
Belarusianслова
Bosnianriječ
Bulgarianдума
Catalanparaula
Croatianriječ
Czechslovo
Danishord
Dutchwoord
Estoniansõna
Finnishsana
Frenchmot
Galicianpalabra
GermanWort
Greekλέξη (léxi)
Hungarianszó
IcelandicOrð
Irishfocal
Italianparola
Latvianvārds
Lithuanianžodis
Macedonianзбор
Maltesekelma
Norwegianord
Polishsłowo
Portuguesepalavra
Romaniancuvânt
Russianслово (slovo)
Serbianреч (rech)
Slovakslovo
Slovenianbeseda
Spanishpalabra
Swedishord
Ukrainianслово (slovo)
Welshgair
Yiddishוואָרט
Armenianբառ
Azerbaijanisöz
Bengaliশব্দ
Chinese Simplified字 (zì)
Chinese Traditional字 (zì)
Georgianსიტყვა
Gujaratiશબ્દ
Hindiशब्द
Hmonglo lus
Japaneseワード
Kannadaಪದ
Kazakhсөз
Khmerពាក្យ
Korean워드 (wodeu)
Laoຄໍາ
Malayalamവാക്ക്
Marathiशब्द
Mongolianүг
Myanmar (Burmese)စကားလုံး
Nepaliशब्द
Sinhalaවචනය
Tajikсухан
Tamilசொல்
Teluguపదం
Thaiคำ
Turkishsözcük
Urduلفظ
Uzbekso'z
VietnameseTừ
Arabicكلمة (kalima)
Hebrewמִלָה
Persianکلمه
Afrikaanswoord
Chichewamawu
Hausakalma
Igbookwu
Sesotholentsoe
Somalierayga
Swahilineno
Yorubaọrọ
Zuluizwi
Cebuanopulong
Filipinosalita
Indonesiankata
Javanesetembung
Malagasyteny
Malayperkataan
Maorikupu
Esperantovorto
Haitian Creolemo
Latinsermo

Our everyday sentences are a complex of words. Words make sentences and add meaning to your speech. Words are combined to form other elements of language, such as phrases (“a big rock”, “put up with”), clauses (“I threw a big rock”), and sentences (“I threw a big rock, but missed”). We use words to communicate

In languages with a writing tradition, what is called a single word exists between orthography and the topic. In modern orthography of languages with Alphabetical Scripts, word separators (mostlt spaces) are common, however these are relatively new innovations.

Composite expressions can contain spaces in English orthography. For example, ice cream, air raid shelter and stand up each consist of more than one word. Compound words may include spaces in English orthography. For e.g., ice cream, air raid shelter and each one consists of more than one word.

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