How do you say Bless in different languages?
In other languages blessed
- American English: blessed /ˈblɛst/
- Brazilian Portuguese: abençoado.
- Chinese: 有幸具有的
- European Spanish: bendito.
- French: doué
- German: gesegnet.
- Italian: detto di chi ha la fortuna di avere una dote.
- Japanese: に恵まれる
What can I say instead of God Bless?
“To your health.” or “Truth!” “To your health.” or “Bless God.” or “It is true.” “Health!”, the equivalent of respectively “Gesundheit” as said in English, or if the person has sneezed three times, “(Three times) the weather will be nice tomorrow.”
Do the French say bless you?
“In France, we say ‘A tes souhaits,’ (pronounced a tay sweh), which means ‘To your wishes,’ or ‘A vos souhaits,’ (pronounced ah vo sway), which means ‘Bless you,’ when someone sneezes.
What is beautiful in all languages?
Six Languages With Gendered Words for Beautiful
|Language||Feminine Word for Beautiful||Masculine Word for Beautiful|
How do you say God bless you in unique way?
Different Ways to Say “Bless You!”
- BLESS YOUR SOUL.
- BLESS YOUR COTTON SOCKS!
- GOD BLESS YOU.
- BLESS YOUR HEART.
- AWW BLESS!
What is another way to say bless you?
What is another word for bless you?
|thank you kindly||many thanks|
|much obliged||thanks very much|
|nice one||thanks a million|
Is it correct to say may God bless you?
“May God bless you” is correct. It’s a subjunctive form, actually, where the subjunctive is being used as a sort of third person imperative.
How do you say bless you in Arab?
So yes, absolutely, it is indeed correct and good to say “bless you”, but the correct saying in Arabic would “alhamdulillah” and then in response right after, “yarhamuk Allah”.
Is it illegal to say Gesundheit?
Is it illegal to say Gesundheit? So the truth is that such a rule really did exist. In Iowa (and perhaps elsewhere in the United States and abroad), it was illegal to say Gesundheit in public or on the telephone – just as it was illegal to say anything in German under those circumstances. Or French, or Spanish.
What language is the word Gesundheit?
Gesundheit was borrowed from German, where it literally means “health”; it was formed by a combination of gesund (“healthy”) and -heit (“-hood”). Wishing a person good health when they sneezed was traditionally believed to forestall the illness that a sneeze often portends.