How do you say laugh in different languages?
In other languages laugh
- American English: laugh /ˈlæf/
- Arabic: ضِحْكَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: risada.
- Chinese: 笑
- Croatian: smijeh.
- Czech: smích.
- Danish: latter.
- Dutch: lach.
How do you say haha in different languages?
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- English – “hahaha”, “LOL”
- Spanish – “jajaja”
- Arabic – “ههههه” (“hhhhh” – Arabic doesn’t write short vowels, so that could be read as “hahahahaha”)
- Thai – “55555” (“5” in Thai is pronounced “ha”)
- French – “hahaha”, “héhéhé”
How do you spell laugh in French?
French: hahaha, héhéhé, hihihi, hohoho; also MDR But French also has a more delightful acronym: The French equivalent of LOL is MDR, which means “mort de rire,” or “dying of laughter.”
How do you say laugh in German?
You can also use:
- lach = “laughing”
- kicher = “giggling”
- lautlach = “laughing loudly”
- prust = that kind of sudden laughter that makes you spit coffee all over your monitor.
- pruuuuuust = like prust, but with more coffee.
- grins or g = “grin”
- frechgrins or fg = “cheeky grin” (not sure if this one is widely used, though)
Do other languages say LOL?
During the rise of English, even “hahaha” became too much to write – and the “lol” we know and love (or hate) was born. But the short form of laugh out loud doesn’t cross languages.
Why are there so many Native American words in English?
When more settlers came to North America, French and English speakers began synthesizing words from Native American languages into their own. There are many words used today that owe their creation to the beautiful mixture of language. Many US states, indigenous animals, and foods are named using Native American languages.
What are the other native languages of the Americas?
Other Native Languages of the Americas Hawaiian words Inuktitut words Aleut words Yupik words Alutiiq words Sponsored Links Back to American Indian Cultures Back to American Indian Names Go on to American Indian Genealogy
What are some Native American words that can be traced back?
In some cases, word origins are still in dispute, but the following words are commonly traced to Native American languages: Avocado (from the Nahuatl word ahuácatl) Barbecue (from the Taino word barbacoa)
How many Native American word sets are there?
Native American Word Sets Currently Available: 1 Algonquian Language Family 2 Arawakan Language Family 3 Athabaskan Language Family 4 Barbacoan Language Family 5 Caddoan Language Family 6 Cariban Language Family 7 Chibchan Language Family 8 Gulf Language Family 9 Hokan Language Family 10 Iroquoian Language Family