"Gute Nacht" in anderen Sprachen??

Bei uns sagt man "Gute Nacht", der Engländer sagt "Good night".. was sagt eigentlich da der Grieche, Lateiner, Italiener, Chinese... wie wär's auf französisch??

Bei der Gelegenheit.. gut's Nächtle Euch allen. Bis morgen mal !!

Update:

@wicky210670.. und da soll noch einer sagen Schwaben sind sparsam.. zumindest nicht mit Worten, wie man bei Dir sieht!! ;-)

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  • vor 1 Jahrzehnt
    Beste Antwort

    Bonne nuit (französisch)

  • vor 1 Jahrzehnt

    schlof guad!

  • vor 1 Jahrzehnt

    Bärndütsch: Gueti Nacht

    Arabisch: Tisbahi aala cheir sagt man zu einer Frau

    und Tisbah aala cheir zu einem Mann

    تصبح على خير

  • vor 1 Jahrzehnt

    hau de jetzt endlich aufs ohr, sonschd bisch morga nemme fit....ond des will jo koiner, ond deswega sag e mol....nei ins bett ond auga zua!..das war schwäbisch:-))

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  • vor 1 Jahrzehnt

    Persisch: Schab beh cheir شب به خیر

    Arabisch: Masaa al-cheir مساء الجیر

    َUnd wenn Sie mehr wissen wollen:

    Acateco (San Miguel Acatán Guatemala Watx' mi q'ejb'i hawu?

    Acateco (San Miguel Acatán Guatemala [ans.] Watx'

    Afrikaans (Southern Africa) Goeienag

    Ainu [Saru dialect] (Japan) Apunno sini yan

    Aklanon (Philippines) Mayad-ayad nga gabi-i

    Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia) Natën e mirë

    Apinagé (Brazil) Nêramuclí

    Arabic (North Africa, Middle East) Masaa al-khair

    Arabic (Egypt) Messa el rir

    Arabic (Egypt) [to a man] TisbaH 'ala kher

    Arabic (Egypt) [to a woman] TisbaHi 'ala kher

    Arabic (Egypt) [to a group] TisbaHu 'ala kher

    Arabic (Egypt) [answer to a man] Wenta bikher

    Arabic (Egypt) [answer to a woman] Wenti bikher

    Arabic (Egypt) [answer to a group] Wantu bikher

    Aragonese (Aragon Spain) Buena nuei

    Aragonese (Aragon Spain) [in spoken lang.] Güena nuei

    Armenian [Western] (Armenia) Pari geshare

    Armenian [Eastern] (Armenia) Bari gisher

    Armenian [Eastern] (Armenia) [answer] Luis bari

    Aromunain (Greece, Balkans) Noapte bunã

    Asante (Ghana) [to one person] Maadwó

    Asante (Ghana) [to several people] Memá mo adwó

    Asante (Ghana) [when leaving] De'je

    Asturian (Spain) Bona nuechi

    Ateso (Uganda) Akwar najokan

    [Aukan, see Ndjuka]

    Aymara (Bolivia) [to someone going to sleep] Sum ikìta

    Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran) Geceniz xeyir

    Bashkir (Russia) Tynys yoko

    Basque (Spain, France) Gabon

    Belorussian (Belarus) Dobrai nochy

    Belorussian (Belarus) Dabranacz

    Bengali (Bangladesh) Shuvo ratri

    Bislama (Vanuatu) Gud naet

    Breton (Brittany France) Noz vat

    Breton (Brittany France) Nozvezh vat

    Brigidian (western Ireland) Noche' mahaha

    Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya) Okone bulayi

    Bulgarian (Bulgaria) Leka nosht

    Cantonese (China) Jo tau

    Cantonese (China) Hai

    Cassubian (Northweast Poland) Dobri noce

    Cassubian (Northweast Poland) Spokojni noce

    Cassubian (Northweast Poland) Ceszni noce

    Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France) Bona nit

    Chamorro (Guam, Mariana Island) Buenas noches

    Chatino (Tataltepec Mexico) Cua nque' sii

    Chechen (Northern Caucasus Russia) Büsa dika yoila

    Chechen (Northern Caucasus Russia) Byys dik joil

    Chishona (Southern Africa) [by women] Manheru shéwe

    Chishona (Southern Africa) [by men] Manheru chirombówe

    Chishona (Southern Africa) [to women] Manheru mái

    Chishona (Southern Africa) [to men] Manheru babá

    Chishona (Southern Africa) [1] Manheru

    Chishona (Southern Africa) [2: answer to #1] Manheru maswera sei?

    Chishona (Southern Africa) [3: answer to #2] Ndaswera maswerawo

    Chishona (Southern Africa) [4: answer to #3] Ndaswera

    Chitonga (Zambia) Kwasiya

    Chuuk (Chuuk Island Micronesia) Neepwong ánnim

    Chuuk (Chuuk Island Micronesia) Neepwoong ánnim

    Chuuk (Mortlock Island Micronesia) Leepwong állim

    Chuvash (Russia) Yra kach pultar

    Cornish (Great Britain) Nos da

    Cornish (Great Britain) [modern] Ternestatha

    Corsican (France) Àbona notte

    Crioulo (Guinea-Bissau) Boma note

    Croatian (Croatia, Bosnia) Laku noc

    Dagaare (Ghana, Burkina Faso) Gang song

    Danish (Denmark, Greenland) God nat

    Dusun (Sabah Malaysia) Kopisanangan do modop

    Dutch (Netherlands) Goede nacht

    Dutch (Netherlands) [spoken language] Goeienacht

    Edo (Nigeria) Òkhíen òwie

    Enga (Papua New Guinea) Kakúma

    English (America, Australia, UK) Good night

    Esperanto (international use) Bonan nokton

    Esselen (Big Sur California USA) Saleki itsu

    Estonian (Estonia) Head ööd

    Eton (Cameroon) [lit. you sleep good] O bómbe m'boré

    Eton (Cameroon) [lit. you sleep good] O bómbe m'bang

    Faroese (Faroe Islands) Góða nátt

    Farsi (Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan) Shab khosh

    Finnish (Finland) Hyvää yötä

    French (Europe, Africa, Can.) [after sunset] Bonsoir

    French (Europe, Africa, Can.) [after sunset] Bonne soirée

    French (Europe, Africa, Canada) Bonne nuit

    Frisian (Netherlands, Germany) Lekker sliepe

    Frisian (Netherlands, Germany) Sliep lekker

    Friulian (northern Italy) Buinegnòt

    Gagauz (southern Moldova) Iy gezhalar

    Galician (Spain) Boas noites

    Georgian (Georgia) Ghame mshvidobisa

    German (Central Europe) Gute Nacht

    Greek (Greece, Cyprus) Kalinishta

    Griko (Salento Italy) Kalini'tta

    Gujarati (India) Shubh raatri

    Hausa (West Africa) A kwana lafiya

    Hausa (West Africa) Mu kwana lafiya

    Hausa (West Africa) Ina ini

    Hebrew (Israel) Laila tov

    Hindi (India) Shubha raatri

    Hmong (Laos, Thailand) [rarely used] Nyob zoo thaum yav tsaus ntuj

    Huasteco (Mexico) Thamk'une:nek

    Hungarian (Hungary) Jó éjszakát

    Igbo (Nigeria) Ezigbo anyasi

    Igbo (Nigeria) Anyasi oma

    Indonesian (Indonesia) [going to bed] Selamat tidur

    Ingush (Russia) Biisa deaq'ala xajla hwa

    Inuktitut (Baffin Island Canada) Unnukkut

    Irish Gaelic (Ireland) Oíche mhaith

    Irish Gaelic (Irelnad) [going to bed] Codladh sámh duit

    Italian (Cent. Europe, E Africa) Buona notte

    Itbayaten (Batanes Philippines) Kapian kamo nu Dios ascha'xep

    Ivasayen (Batanes Philippines) Capian kamo nu Dios si chamajep

    Japanese (Japan) Oyasumi

    Japanese [Izumo] (Japan) Banji mashite

    Japanese [Tohoku] (Yonezawa Japan) Oban desu

    Kadazan (Sabah Malaysia) Kopivosian do modop

    Kalaallisut (Greenland) Ku-naat

    Kalaallisut (Greenland) [going to sleep] Sinilluarit

    Kalaallisut (Greenland) [going to sleep] Sinilluarisi

    Kalmyk (Russia) Syan khontn

    Kangbe (West Africa) E nea sooh

    Karaim (Lithuania, Ukraine) Tynch kiechialiar

    Kazakh (Kazakstan, C. Asia, China) Khayrly tün

    Khakas (Russia) Amyr xaraa

    Kiga (Africa) Oraare gye

    Kikongo (Cuba) [late evening and night] Kabungo yayé

    Kikuyu (Kenya) Raara uhoro

    Kinyarwanda (Rwanda) Uraramuke

    Kirghiz (Kyryzistan) Tününgüz beypil bolsun

    Kirundi (Burungi) Uraramuke

    Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) Habari za jioni

    Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) Nzuri

    Komi-Permyak (Russia) Bur oi

    Komi-Zyrian (Russia) Bur boi

    Konkani (Goa India) Dev bori ratt dium

    Konkani (Goa India) Dev bori rat diunk

    Korean (Korea) [formal] Anyong-hi jumushipshiyo

    Korean (Korea) [informal] Anyong-hi jumuseyo

    Koromfe (Burkina Faso) A baane hori

    Kosraean (Micronesia) Fong wo

    Krioulu (Cape Verde) Bo noiti

    Kurdi (Iraq, Iran) Shevbash

    Kwanyama (Angola, Namibia) [before sleeping] Nangala po nawa

    Lacadon (Chiapas Mexico)[night before sleep] Ki' wenen tech

    Lacadon (Chiapas Mexico)[night before sleep] Ki' wenen tech ki'i ba wilil

    Ladin (Trentino-Alto Adige Italy) Bona nuet

    Ladino (Israel, Turkey) Buenas noches

    Lakhota (United States, Canada) Hanhepi waste

    Latvian (Latvia) Ar labu nakti

    Lingala (Africa) Butu elama

    Lithuanian (Lithuania) Labanaktis

    Lithuanian (Lithuania) Labanakt

    Livonian (Latvia) Jõvvõ iedõ

    Luganda (South Uganda) [when leaving] Sula bulungi

    Lunyoro (Uganda) Oraare kurungi

    Macedonian (Macedonia) Dobra noch

    Malagasy (Madagascar) Tafandria mandry tompoko

    Maltese (Malta) Il-lejl it-tajjeb

    Mandarin (China) Wan an

    Mandinka (Gambia) Suto yediya

    Manx (Britain) [late evening and night] Oie vie

    Mari [Meadow Mari] (Russia) Sayin malyza

    Marshallese (Marshal Islands) Bar yokwe

    Milanese [Lombard] (Milan Italy) Bòna nòtt

    Minangkabau (West Sumatra Indonesia) Salamaik malam

    Mixtec (Chalcatongo Oaxaca Mexico) Tàníkwa

    Monégasque (Monaco) Bona noete

    Mongolian (Mongolia, N China) [going to bed] Saikhan untaarai

    Mòoré (Burkian Faso) Yungo kibaare?

    Mòoré (Burkian Faso) Yungo yaa laafi?

    Mòoré (Burkian Faso) Yungo kiema?

    Mòoré (Burkian Faso) [answer] Laafi

    Mòoré (Burkian Faso) [answer] Laafibeme

    Mòoré (Burkian Faso) [answer] Laafibala

    Mordvin (Russia) Paro ve

    Náhuatl (Mexico, El Salvador) [after dark] Cualli tlayohuan

    Náhuatl (Mexico, El Salvador)[to one person] Ma cualli ximocochiti

    Náhuatl (Mexico, El Salvador)[plural] Ma cualli ximocochitikan

    Náhuatl (Tepoztlan Mexico) [after dark] Cualli motlayohuan

    Nama (Namibia) !Gâi !oes

    Ndjuka (Suriname) Kuneti

    Ndjuka (Suriname) Naafu

    Nepali (Nepal) Subha raatri

    Nepali (Nepal) Shuva ratri

    Nigerian Pidgin Good night

    Norwegian (Norway) God natt

    Nupe (Africa) Sáví làzì

    Okanagan (Montana USA) Way' xast senkwkw'ác

    Okanagan (Montana USA) Xast senkwkw'ác

    Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Garitibulle

    Ossetian (Gerogia) Ye zaer khorz

    Paipai (Southern California USA) Kam'yuli

    Paipai (Southern Cal. USA) [not stopping] Nyumkjkye

    Pijin (Solomon Islands) [after dark] Gudnaet

    Polish (Poland) Dobranoc

    Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil) Boa noite

    Provencal (France) Bona nuèch

    Quechua Ayacuchano (Ayacucho Peru) Allin tuta

    Quechua Cochabambino (Bolivia) Allin tuta

    Quiché (Guatemala) Xoc ak'ab

    Quichua (Ecuador) Alli tuta

    Romani [Romanichal] (England) Kushti ratti

    Romani [Sinte] (central Europe) Lashi rat

    Romani [Sofia Erli] (Bulgaria) Lokì ti rat

    Romanian (Romania) Noapte bunã

    Romansch (Switzerland) Buna notg

    Russian (Russia) Dobroi nochi

    Russian (Russia) Spokoinoi nochi

    Rutoro (Uganda) Orare kurungi

    Saami [Davvi] (Scandinavia) Buorre idja

    Sakao (Espiritu Santo Vanuatu) Pôr vogvog

    Sardinian (Italy) Bona notte

    Sarnami (Suriname, Holland) Shab ba khair

    Savonian (Ylä-Savo Finland) Ehtoon tähykkätä

    Scottish Gaelic (Scotland) [late eve./night] Oidhche mhath

    Scots [Ulster] (Northern Ireland) Guid een

    Sepedi (Southern Africa) Robala gabotse

    Serbian (Bosnia, Yugoslavia) Laku noc

    Sesotho (Lesotho, S Afr.) [plural] Fonaneng

    Setswana (Southern Africa) Robala sentle

    Setswana (Southern Africa) Boroko

    Setswana (Southern Africa) [plural] Bobalang sentle

    Silozi (Zambia) Kie busihu

    Silozi (Zambia) [sleep well] Mu y'o izusa hande

    Slovak (Slovakia) Dobrú noc

    Slovenian (Slovenia) Lahko noch

    Solresol (old; international) Mi Ti

    Somali (Somalia, Ethiopia) Habeen wanaagsan

    Sorbian [Upper] (eastern Germany) Dobru nóc

    Spanish (America, Spain) [night] Buenas noches

    Sranan (Suriname) Gu neti

    Tagalog (Philippines) Magandang gabi

    Tajik (Tajikistan) Shab bakhayr

    Tamasheq (Mali, Burkina Faso) Ar tufat

    Tamil (Tamil Nadu India) Vanakkam

    Tashkorghani (Central Asia) Charj huthm wayn

    Tatar (Russia, China) Tynych yoky

    Tatar (Russia, China) Xeyirli tön

    Telugu (India) Namaskaaram

    Tetum (East Timor) Kalan diak

    Tetum (East Timor) Kalan kmanek

    Tetum (East Timor) [from Portuguese] Bonoite

    Thai (Thailand) Ra-tree sawat

    Tibetan (Tibet) Simja nâng-gaw

    Tlingit (Canada, USA) Juk'e-ri-tat

    Tok Pisin (Papua New Guinea) Gut nait

    Tongan (Tonga, Pacific Islands) Mohe a

    Tongan (Tonga, Pacific Islands) Po'uli a

    Trobes Tokples (Trobriand Papua New Guinea) Bwena bogic

    Tsonga (South Africa) Riperile

    Turkish (Turkey, Northern Cyprus) Iyi geceler

    Turkmen (Turkmenistan) Gijängiz rahat bolsun

    Udmurt (Russia) Ziech kel

    Udmurt (Russia) Ziech kele

    Ukrainian (Ukraine) Na dobranich

    Ukrainian (Ukraine) Dobranich

    Unagan [Aleut] (Alaska) Angali kingachxicax

    Ute (Colorado and Utah USA) Ati'tugwanak'

    Uvean (Wallis and Futuna, Vanuatu) Moe la

    Uyghur (Central Asia) Yakhshi chüsh körüng

    Uzbek (Central Asia) Hairli tun

    Valencian (Spain) Bona nit

    Venda (South Africa) Idem avhudi

    Vietnamese (Vietnam) Chao buoi toi

    Vietnamese (Vietnam) Chúc ngu ngon

    Votic (Russia) Üvä öö

    Welsh (Wales) Nos da

    Wolof (West Africa) Fanaanal jaam

    Xhosa (Southern Africa) Rhonanai

    Xhosa (Southern Africa) Ulale kakuhle

    Yiddish (Russia, USA) Ah gute nakht

    Yoruba [evening] [to same age or younger] Ku irole

    Yoruba [evening] [to older person] E ku irole

    Yupik (Alaska USA) Ata gook cha gina

    Zapotec (Villa Alta Mexico) Padiull

    Zapotec (Yatzachi Mexico) Padiox

    Zapotec (Yatzachi Mexico) Padioxei

    Zapotec (Yatzachi Mexico) [old] Sha'oza yel

    Zapotec (Yatzachi Mexico) [old] Tsha'oza yel

    Zapotec (Yatzachi Mexico) [old; respectful] Sha'oza zhe

    Zapotec (Yatzachi Mexico) [old; response] Sha'oza cuino'

    Zapotec (Yatzachi Mexico) [old; response] Aozhoscuino'

    Zapotec (Yulalag Mexico) Padiuzhe

    Zulu (South Africa, Lesotho) Lala khale

    Zulu (South Africa, Lesotho) Lalani kahle

  • vor 1 Jahrzehnt

    ****traeum suess, hab' dich lieb****

    Kann man doch auch sagen, oder?

    das ist alex-sprache

  • vor 1 Jahrzehnt

    Buenas noches! (Spanisch - Achtung: Plural!)

    Dobra notch! (Russisch)

    Dobra noc! (Polnisch, Schreibweise vielleicht nicht okay...)

  • Martin
    Lv 5
    vor 1 Jahrzehnt

    dobrou noc! - sagt der Tscheche

    guad Nachd! - sagt der Bayer

  • vor 1 Jahrzehnt

    jó északát (ungarisch)

  • Anonym
    vor 1 Jahrzehnt

    kali nikta, sagt der Grieche.

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