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I love languages 4ever - Stamp by lucianintendofan97 I love languages 4ever - Stamp by lucianintendofan97
As many know, I am an expert in languages, culture, religion, history, geography, etc. (Althought my parents say I'm more of science than letters, but that's not true... No, I disagree! ). Yes, I know. Everyone have our flaws (Eg: I gives me really bad playing football and tennis. Also I gives me very bad writing poems). But this is a stamp-oriented languages. So we started: 

First, I will say "Hello" in all languages: 

Bullet; Blue English: Hello!

Bullet; Black German: Hallo! 

Bullet; Red French: Bonjour! 

Bullet; Yellow Spanish: Hola! 

Bullet; Green Italian: Ciao

Bullet; Purple Russian: привет! (Privet!) 

Bullet; White Japanese:  こんいちわ!(Konnichiwa!)

Bullet; Red Chinese: 您好!(Nin hào!)

Bullet; Green Hungarian: Helló! 

Bullet; Purple Romanian: Bună ziua! 

Bullet; White Greek: Γεια σας! (Geia sas!) 

Bullet; Yellow Latin: Ave! 

Bullet; Blue Finnish: Hei! 

Bullet; Black Swedish: Halla! 

Bullet; Orange Dutch: Hallo! 

Bullet; Green Portugese: Olá! 

Bullet; Yellow Lithuanian: Sveiki! 

Bullet; Red Latvian: Sveiki! 

Bullet; White Korean: 안녕! (Annyeong!) 

Bullet; Purple Polish: Cześć! 

Bullet; Red Vietnanese: Xin chào! 

Bullet; Blue Estonian: Tere! 

Bullet; Orange Thai: สวัสดี! (S̄wạs̄dī!) 

Bullet; Yellow Noreigan: Hallo! 

Bullet; Green Danish: Hej! 

Bullet; Red Turkish: Merhaba! 

Bullet; Purple Ukranian: Здрастуйте! (Zdrastuyte!) 

Bullet; Black Arabic: !سلام (Salaam) 

Bullet; White Hebrew: !שלום (Shalom)

Bullet; Yellow Serbian: Здраво! (Zdravo!) 

Well, this is "Hello" in all languages. I speak English, Spanish (My native language) and some of Japanese. Shortly, I will learn to speak Italian, French, Russian and Korean. :D (Big Grin) ;) (Wink) 

Hope you like it! :D (Big Grin) DeviantArt You can use this stamp if you like. +fav +favlove 

Edit (27/06/2019): I added some new languages like Ukranian, Arabic, Hebrew and Serbian. Also I correct some mistakes. 
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AphroditeARaven Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2019   General Artist
In Polish "Hello!" as greeting is "Cześć!" more than "Halo!". "Halo!" is used when you pick up your phone, before actual greetings or when you try to attract someone's attention in not super polite and in more informal way. For someone it will be neutral word, but someone can feel offended (because a cultural difference). For (much) older person better try to use "Dzień dobry!" if you know some Polish phrases. But with most of people you can use from English "Hi!" or with friends similar sound "Hej!" or better "Hejka!" with a nice smile. Youngest often understand English even if they can not speak well (like me for example ;) ) , but with the oldest (like above 45-50 years old) can be impossible, because they was learning other languages in young age (like Russian) or they wasn't learn any of them, so they will communicate by Polish only. So when you use English from the start they will be know that you are not rude, but you are from other country and probably they will ask someone younger who know English for help you both and talk with you.

Stamp is beautiful. I will use it on my profile. Thank you. :heart:

Have a nice day! :wave:
IronDragon06 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Polish is... Interesting
AphroditeARaven Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2019   General Artist
Yes, it is. :) It's different from a lot languages, because it's pretty hard to learn from first phrases (because some sounds, a lot long words and grammatical rules), but on high level it's much more friendly for experienced users. What is problem on start, becomes great asset for writers, poets or journalist for example... :)
brawLego Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
using ~
MihiCo Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2018  Professional Traditional Artist
Bullet; Purple Romanian: Alo!
Haha emoticon Oh, this is funny~
Salut!/ Bună ziua!
Linaright-ShiraYT Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
indonesia : halo!
xHollowGirlx Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Seiboz07 Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Hebrew: !שלום (Shalom)
Arabic: !سلام (Salaam)
Syriac: שלמא (Shlomo)

Just thought I could contribute to the list. ;) Peace!
EmiliaAstorgaC Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
PrawdziweZero Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2017
Welsh: Helo! 
FrozyTheCat Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Estonian: Tere! 
takeshimiranda Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I thought I was the only one here... ;)
XigLux Featured By Owner May 25, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Irish: Dia duit
ChristianSixSixSix Featured By Owner May 7, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
я говорю по-русский тоже :D
I love them too. Every language is fascinating.  I love alphabets too. My favorite books are the ones that have two languages in one book--left page is one language and the right page is another.  Each is a close translation of the other.  I studied French in college. I am not an expert.  It's great, though.  Lovely to hear and to read. I'm from Louisiana, so choosing French as a second language to study was natural for me.  (Cajun French is still French, regardless of what Parisian snobs claim.)

I don't know French well enough to confidently post stamps in that language.  The Latin stamps I've posted were cross referenced for accuracy on several different sites.  I'd love to learn Latin.  The Latin stamps I've made are all very commonly used in English literature.  I suppose I could do some in French, which are ubiquitous in English , but I find it hard to locate the same phrases in French with matching translation on more than one site.  Everything is different. I need a consensus before I'm going to post something in a language tht's not my primary one. 
lucianintendofan97 Featured By Owner Edited May 16, 2015  Student Artist
I also studied Latin in my school. 
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