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As we roll in a new year, I wish you all ...

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ccpro, Dec 31, 2008.

  1. ccpro

    ccpro Junior Member

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    a Happy New Year

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    Voorspoedige Nuwejaar! (Afrikaans / South Africa)
    Gëzuar Vitin E Ri (Albanian)
    E Glecklichs Nej Johr! (Alsacian / France)
    Wafoyo Tundo Oromanyeni (Alur / Uganda)
    Amlertut Kiaget! (Alutiiq / Alaska)
    Kull 'Aam Wa-Antum Bikhayr (Arabic)
    Goyosa Añada Benién (Aragonese / Spain)
    Aba Satho Niw Jari Da'wisida Bon (Arawak / Suriname)
    Rongaali Bihur Xubhessaa Lobo (Assamese / India)
    Gayoleru Añu Nuevu! (Asturian / Spain)
    Wi E Winsi I Wan Bun Nyun Yali (Aukan / Suriname)
    Tezze Iliniz Yahsi Olsun (Azeri / Azerbaijan)
    Mboni Alooyefee (Bafut / Cameroon)
    Poket Lum Mfe (Bamoun / Cameroon)
    Hion Hios Hes (Banen / Cameroon)
    Mbung Mbung Ngouh Suiie (Bangang / Cameroon)
    Urte Berri On! (Basque / (Between Spain & France))
    Nwi Lam (Bassa / Cameroon)
    Shuvo Nobo Borsho (Bengali / India,Bangledesh)
    Naya Sal Mubarak Ho (Bhojpuri / Ne India, Nepal)
    Bloavez Mad (Breton / Nw France)
    Chestita Nova Godina (Bulgarian)
    San Nin Faailok (Cantonese / China)
    Sirito Kypoton Ra'a (Carib / Suriname)
    Soocho Nohdzi Doghel (Carrier,Central / Canada)
    Feliç Any Nou! (Catalan / Spain)
    Mabungahong Bag-Ong Tuig (Cebuano / Philippines)
    Boxem As Nana-H M (Chaha,Iza,Geto / Ethiopia)
    Aliheli'sdi Itse(I) Udetiyvsadisv(I) (Cherokee / Usa)
    Aa'e Emona'e (Cheyenne / Usa)
    Gung-Hay-Fat-Choy (Chinese / China)
    Bon Dì, Bon' Annu 1996 (Corsican / Corsica)
    Afvcke Orolope Mucvse (Creek / Usa)
    Bonn E Erez Ane. (Creole / Seychelles)
    Stastny Novy Rok (Czech)
    Ni Ti Yuun (Dagbani / Ghana)
    !Gâi!Gâxal ¦Asa Kurib (Damara/Nama / Namibia)
    Godt Nytår! (Danish)
    Ufaaveri Aa Ahareh (Dhivehi / Maldives)
    Nguo Suieh (Dschang/M'wock / Cameroon)
    Mbu mwa bwam (Duala / Cameroon)
    Gelukkig Nieuwjaar (Dutch)
    Happy New Year! (English)
    Bonan Novjaron (Esperanto)
    Hääd Uut Aastat (Estonian)
    Fè Yéyè Fé Dzogbenyui Nami (Ewe / Togo,Ghana)
    Mbembe Mbu! (Ewondo / Cameroon)
    Gott Nyggjár (Faroese)
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    Onnellista Uutta Vuotta! (Finnish)
    Gelukkig nieuwjaar (Flemish / Belgium)
    Beste wensen (Flemish / Belgium)
    Bonne Année (French)
    Lokkich Nijjier (Frisian / Netherlands)
    Bon An Gnôf! (Friulan / Italy)
    Mangamgam Bawa A Dawun Sikua Diaw Amin (Gaddang / Philippines)
    Blian Nua Faoi Mhaise Duit (Gaelic / Ireland)
    Feliz Aninovo! (Galician / Spain)
    Marago Qhamwaka Waupe (Gciriku / Namibia)
    Gilosavt Akhal Ts'els (Georgian)
    Ein Glückliches Neues Jahr! (German)
    Ukiortaami Pilluaritsi (Greenlandic)
    Sru Pilawan Kasrag Utunrrigay (Guambiano / Colombia)
    ¡Ivve Ava Tupa Rembiaisu Toyuvirecoi Tupri Oyeaisusa Pipe! (Guarayu / Bolivia)
    Saal Mubarak (Gujarati / India)
    Masuke Omwaka (Gwere / Uganda)
    Drin Choo Zhit Zhoh Ohlii (Gwich'in / W Canada)
    Drin Cho Zhìt Shò Ahlay (Hän / W Canada)
    Shana Tova (Hebrew)
    Ombura Ombe Ombwa (Herero / Namibia)
    Malipayon Nga Bag-Ong Tuig (Hiligaynon / Philippines)
    Nava Varsh Ki Haardik Shubh Kaamnaayen (Hindi / India)
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    Snem Thymmai Basuk (Khasy / India)
    Waihhuka n'Omwaka (Kihaya / TANZANIA)
    Na Mwaka Mweu Museo (Kikamba / KENYA)
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    Isangli Beng I Fue (Kom / Cameroon)
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    Jangi Jilingiz Quttuu Bolsun! (Kyrghyz)
    Año Bueno (Ladino / Spain)
    Omaka Teca Oiyokipi (Lakota / N. Central Us)
    Vijung Ve Kiya Kefiyki (Lamnso / Cameroon)
    Apoyo Mwaka Manyeni (Lango / Uganda)
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    Linksmu Nauju Metu (Lithuanian)
    Silimo Se Sinca Sa Tabo (Lozi / Namibia)
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    Selamat Tahun Baru (Malayan)
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    Nootan Varashnimit Hardik Shubhechha (Marathi / India)
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    Nombili Kombanda Yevi Maantu E Ya Hokwa! (Ndonga / Namibia)
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    Chi Woche Swatx'ilal Yet Jun Sk'exb'i Ab'ilti' (Q'anjob'al / Mexico)
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    S Novym Godom (Russian)
    Yangi Yilingiz Qotli Bulsin! (Salar / Nw China)
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    Muwule Omwaka Enjaya (Samia / Kenya)
    Njan Wan Suti Jai O! (Saramaccan / Suriname)
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    Newroz Le To Piroz Be (Sorani / Kurdistan)
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    Xocha:W Zay Edzhtsa:Dax (Svan, Upper / Georgia)
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    Omude Mupe Wa Punikwa (Wambo / Namibia)
    Blwyddyn Newydd Dda (Welsh / Wales)
    Quyangalleq Nutaghamun Ayumiqulleq (Yupik, Siberian / Siberia,Alaska)
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    Newroz'a Tu Piroz Be (Zaza / Kurdistan)
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  2. sidddd

    sidddd Power Member

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    Nava Varsh Ki Haardik Shubh Kaamnaayen (Hindi / India)


    :D Man India has more than 40 language speaking ppl... :D
     
  3. ajeeyunz

    ajeeyunz Regular Member

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    lol, Indonesia has more than 1000 domestic language. :)

    Selamat Tahun Baru from Indonesia! :)
     
  4. ccpro

    ccpro Junior Member

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    I found only 13 but now I know why Indians are so difficult to understand :D
     
  5. sidddd

    sidddd Power Member

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    Come on thats not true :D

    The list cannot fit all the languages.. bcoz india doesn't have 40 diff languages but a Massive total of 114 languages and 216 mother tongues, 18 scheduled languages and 96 not specified in the schedule. :eek:

    Also as English is not our Mother tongue we often fail to speak properly.. but our English is slow compared to other US citizens.. English is a standard language in schools though.. :|

    Source : WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR MATE!! :)
     
  6. ajeeyunz

    ajeeyunz Regular Member

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    I am wrong. According to the biggest university in Indonesia, Universitas Indonesia (UI), Indonesian Domestic Language is in about 742 languages. :)
     
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    Happy New Year everyone.

    I wish you Health, Wealth, Peace,and Happiness.