Thank you in many languages!

Philippines
November 25, 2008 8:38pm CST
The thanksgiving holiday is here! There are so many things to be thankful for. And I know we could say it in different ways. How do you say thank you in your native tongue (if you're not an english-only person, lol)? Thanks for sharing!
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@silverpen (125)
• Philippines
26 Nov 08
Filipino: Maraming Salamat Hiligaynon: Madamu nga salamat Cebuano: Daghang Salamat Japanese: Domo Arigato Gusaimasu
• Philippines
26 Nov 08
it means salamat is mostly use philippines, i dont think if there is dialecs or word having the same meaning as salamat. do you know any here in the phillipines?
@Khayam (346)
• Romania
26 Nov 08
"Thank you" in Romanian language: Multumesc. (Romanian is spoken in Romania - a South Eastern European Country, but also in the neightbouring Moldova, an ex-province of Romania that now is a separated country. An interesting aspect is the fact that Romanian is the second official language at Microsoft's headquarters, as almost 1/2 of the company's stuff originates from this country).
• Philippines
26 Nov 08
Yeah, this is indeed a very interesting piece of information.
@Kumaresan (450)
• Malaysia
26 Nov 08
hello there... well, i know 4 languages so here's some of them... in Malay = Terima Kasih in Tamil = Nandri in Chinese = Seyei seyei
@Porcospino (16425)
• Denmark
26 Nov 08
My native language is Danish and we say: Tak = Thank you Mange tak = Thank you very much
@Nhey16 (2519)
• Philippines
26 Nov 08
Filipino (language) = Salamat Kapampangan (one of the dialects in the Philippines) = Dakal a Salamat...
@nice030481 (1108)
• Philippines
26 Nov 08
well, im from philippines, there are so many dialect here. but actually i dont know to say it in other dialects. Thankyou is Salamat in tagalog. i will ask my mother how to say thankyou in Bisaya (cebuano dialects) i will ask my mother in law in ilocano well i become curious on it.
• Malaysia
26 Nov 08
Terima Kasih - Malay Arigato Gozaimasu - Japanese Syukran - Arabic
@bellebads (741)
• Philippines
26 Nov 08
here in the philippines we don't have thanksgiving holiday but we do it anytime if we feel that we are blessed with so many things this year we do have feast also like with the farmers they have this what they called harvest time, when they cooked a lot of foods for everybody in the community. here in the philippines we say thank you in our native tongue as "Salamat Po".