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Happy New Year! Say It in Several Languages!

At Little Mountain Web Design, we enjoy meeting and greeting people from all over the world and connecting online.

Here is how to say “Happy New Year” in several different languages:

Melkam Addis Amet Yihuneliwo! (Amharic)
Kul ‘am Wa Antum Bikhair (Arabic)
Sun Nin Faai Lock (Cantonese)
Felican Novan Jaron (Esperanto-Conlang)
Bonne Annee (French)
Kali Chronia (Greek)
Shannah Tovah (Hebrew)
Felice Anno Nuovo (Italian)
Xin Nian Kuai Le (Mandarin)
La Multsi Ani (Romanian for Many Years)
Prospero Año Nuevo (Spanish for Prosperous New Year)
Ruhus Hadush Amet (Tigrigna)
Chuch Mung Nam Moi (Vietnamese)

Please feel free to post a comment and to add more languages.

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to everyone!

At Little Mountain Web Design, we enjoy meeting and greeting people from all over the world. Here is how to say “Happy New Year” in several different languages:

Melkam Addis Amet Yihuneliwo! (Amharic)
Kul ‘am Wa Antum Bikhair (Arabic)
Sun Nin Faai Lock (Cantonese)
Felican Novan Jaron (Esperanto -Conlang)
Bonne Annee (French)
Kali Chronia (Greek)
Shannah Tovah (Hebrew)
Felice Anno Nuovo (Italian)
Xin Nian Kuai Le (Mandarin)
La Multsi Ani (Romanian for Many Years)
Prospero Año Nuevo (Spanish for Prosperous New Year)
Ruhus Hadush Amet (Tigrigna)
Chuch Mung Nam Moi (Vietnamese)

Please feel free to post a comment and to add more languages!

All rights reserved.This article and all articles are copyright Little Mountain Web Design.

Happy New Year!

One of the things I have enjoyed most is being fortunate to have met people from different countries and different cultures. Best wishes to everyone for a best year ahead.

And no matter how you say it, Happy New Year !!

Melkam Addis Amet Yihuneliwo! (Amharic)
Kul ‘am Wa Antum Bikhair (Arabic)
Sun Nin Faai Lock (Cantonese)
Felican Novan Jaron (Esperanto-Conlang)
Bonne Annee (French)
Kali Chronia (Greek)
Shannah Tovah (Hebrew)
Felice Anno Nuovo (Italian)
Xin Nian Kuai Le (Mandarin)
La Multsi Ani (Romanian for Many Years)
Prospero Año Nuevo (Spanish for Prosperous New Year)
Ruhus Hadush Amet (Tigrigna)
Chuch Mung Nam Moi (Vietnamese)

Please feel free to post a comment and to add more languages!

For those of you joining us for the first time this year, our web design blog covers many Internet industry related topics such as websites, the Internet, social media, marketing, domain names, ICANN and hosting services. We will also cover topics that affect businesses and organizations. We also cover some multicultural topics to help people to understand and enjoy each others’ cultures and help connect people throughout the world especially in business.

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Happy New Year (Chinese)!

While the Gregorian Calendar was adopted by China in 1949, the much older by thousands of years Chinese Calendar has begun today, 3 February (Gregorian Calendar)! It is a time for many for family gatherings and celebrations which can last up to fifteen days. This year is the Year of the Rabbit. The Chinese Calendar is based on the positions of the earth and moon relative to each other (lunar calendar) and as such the exact date of the start of New Year can change with respect to the Gregorian Calendar. Happy New Year! Happy Year of the Rabbit!

Sun Nin Faai Lock (Cantonese)
Xin Nian Kuai Le (Mandarin)

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