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How To Say ‘Happy Halloween’ In 70 Languages

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How To Say ‘Happy Halloween’ In 70 Languages

Last Updated On: October 25, 2021 by admin

Happy Halloween
How To Say ‘Happy Halloween’ In 70 Languages
Last updated:October 25th, 2021 by admin

What we do on Halloween

Almost half the world celebrates Halloween and it is quite a special holiday and is considered to be one of the most popular throughout the world. The date it is celebrated is the last day of October. What most people who celebrate Halloween do is dress themselves up in scary clothing so that they appear as frightening as possible.

On October 31st participants in Halloween dress themselves up as witches, ghosts, and monsters as long as they look scary. The festival originates from All Hallows’ Eve or All Saints’ Eve, which throughout the centuries has evolved from a pagan ritual through to the ancient Celtic holiday called Samhain and now it is the favorite holiday for today’s children and adults as well.

Children use the term ‘Trick-or-Treat;

When the children have finished dressing up in different costumes they go in a group of friends from door to door in their neighborhood and ask their neighbors for candies followed by the phrase Trick or Treat. If they don’t get what they want they will perform a mischievous trick.

The most popular Halloween tradition

Pumpkins have been an important symbol at Halloween from the Celt days when people carved faces into vegetables which were mainly pumpkins. This was to light away for good spirits. Since those early days, scary faces have been carved onto pumpkins and they are placed in our porches, in order to frighten off bad spirits. Because Halloween is so popular around the world 70 languages have a phrase that means
Happy Halloween.

Happy Halloween in 70 Different Languages

Language How to Say Happy Halloween
Zulu I-Halloween enhle
Yoruba Dun Halloween
Urdu مبارک ہیلوین
Ukranian щасливого Хеловіну
Turkish Cadılar Bayramınız Kutlu Olsun
Tswana Itumetse Halloween
Tibetan สุขสันต์ฮาโลวีน
Thai สุขสันต์วันฮาโลวีน
Telugu (Hyāpī hālōvīn)
Tamil (Halōvīṉ vāḻttukaḷ
Tagalog Masayang Halloween
Swedish Lycklig Alla Helgons Dag
Swahili Halloween Yenye Heri
Spanish Feliz Día de las Brujas
Sinhala සතුටු හැලොවීන්
Serbian Срећна ноћ вештица
Russian Поздравляем Вас с праздником Хэллоуин
Romanian Halloween fericit
Punjabi ਹੈਲੋਵੀਨ ਮੁਬਾਰਕ (Khuśī hailōvīna)
Portuguese Feliz Dia das Bruxas
Polish Szczęśliwego Halloween
Persian هالووین مبارک
Pashto خوشحاله هالویین
Norwegian Lykkelig Allehelgens Dag
Mongolian Сүнсний баярын мэнд хүргэе
Maori Hari Halloween
Malayalam (hāleāvīn āśansakaḷ)
Malay Selamat Hari Halloween
Lithuanian Laimingas Helovinas
Latin Felicem Vesperam Sanctam
Lao ສຸກ​ສັນ​ວັນ​ຮາ​ໂລ​ວີນ( suk san van ha ol vin)
Kurdish Salona dilxweş
Korean 해피 할로윈 (Heang / Bok / Han Hal / Lo / Wein)
Kannada (Hyāpi hyālōvīn)
Japanese ハッピーハロウィン
Italian Buon Halloween
Indonesian Selamat Halloween
Igbo Obi ụtọ Halloween
Hungarian Boldog Mindszentet
Hindi heloveen kee shubhakaamana
Hebrew ליל כל הקדושים שמח
Hausa Farin ciki Halloween
Gujarati હેપી હેલોવીન (Hēpī hēlōvīna)
Greek Καλό Χαλοουίν
German Fröhliches Halloween
Georgian ბედნიერი ჰელოვინი (bednieri helovini)
French Joyeux Halloween
Finish Hyvää Halloweenia
Filipino Masayang Halloween
Esperanto Feliĉa Halloween
English Happy Halloween
Egyptian Arabic سعيدعيد هالوين
Dutch Gelukkig Halloween
Danish Glædelig Halloween
Czech Veselý Halloween
Croatian Sretan Halloween
Chinese 万圣节快乐
Catalan Feliç Halloween
Cantonese Malipayon nga Halloween
Burmese Main g lar haallo
Bulgarian Честит Хелоуин
Bengali (Śubha hyālō’ina)
Belarus шчаслівы Хэлоўін
Azerbaijani Halloween bayraminiz mübarak
Armenian ուրախ Հելոուին (urakh Heluin)
Arabic هالوين سعيد
Amharic መልካም የሃሎዊን (melikami yehalowīni)
Albanian Gezuar Hallouinin
Afrikaans Gelukkige Halloween
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So, when the 31st of October comes around, do something special at home like watching a scary movie, decorate your home with carved-out pumpkins. And you must not forget to buy some candies for ghosts, little monsters, zombies and witches because they may trick you if you decide not to provide them with some special treats.

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