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How do you say wanted in different languages?
In other languages want
- Arabic: يُريدُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: querer.
- Chinese: 要
- Croatian: željeti.
- Czech: chtít.
- Danish: ønske.
- Dutch: willen.
- European Spanish: querer.
What are 7 different languages?
Whether for work or personal use, knowledge of other languages opens up new horizons.
- English (1.132 million speakers)
- Mandarin (1.117 million speakers)
- Spanish (534 million speakers)
- French (280 million speakers)
- Arabic (274 million speakers)
- Russian (258 million speakers)
- Portuguese (234 million speakers)
What are cool words in different languages?
25 Incredible Foreign Words You Have to Know
- #1 Bilita Mpash (Bantu) It means an amazing dream and quite literally the opposite of a nightmare.
- #2 L’esprit de l’escalier (French)
- #3 Koi No Yokan (Japanese)
- #4 Pana Po’o (Hawaiian)
- #5 Gigil (Filipino)
- #6 Jayus (Indonesian)
- #7 Komorebi (Japanese)
- #8 Fernweh (German)
What do we call marriage in different languages?
Polish: małżeństwo. European Portuguese: casamento. Romanian: căsătorie. Russian: брак Latin American Spanish: matrimonio.
What is the most beautiful language?
And the most beautiful languages in the world are…
- FRENCH – MOST BEAUTIFUL SPOKEN LANGUAGE.
- GERMAN – MOST BEAUTIFUL SUNG LANGUAGE.
- ARABIC – MOST BEAUTIFUL WRITTEN LANGUAGE.
- ITALIAN – MOST BEAUTIFUL BODY LANGUAGE.
What are the prettiest words?
The 30 Most Beautiful Words in the English Language
What is the most beautiful word?
The Top 10 Most Beautiful English Words
- 3 Pluviophile (n.)
- 4 Clinomania (n.)
- 5 Idyllic (adj.)
- 6 Aurora (n.)
- 7 Solitude (n.)
- 8 Supine (adj.)
- 9 Petrichor (n.) The pleasant, earthy smell after rain.
- 10 Serendipity (n.) The chance occurrence of events in a beneficial way.
Is marriage in French masculine or feminine?
The French translation for “married (masculine singular)” is marié.
What does marriage mean in Latin?
The word “marriage” derives from Middle English mariage, which first appears in 1250–1300 CE. This, in turn, is derived from Old French, marier (to marry), and ultimately Latin, marītāre, meaning to provide with a husband or wife and marītāri meaning to get married.