Selamat Pagi dalam bahasa dunia

  1. Selamat pagi,, Indonesia
  2. Good Morning,, inggris
  3. Wipchadiz shoo,, Adyghe (Middle East) 
  4. Femahoophoh,, Adyghe (Middle East)
  5. Goeie môre,, Afrikaans (Southern Africa)
  6. Mayad nga agahon,, Aklanon (Philippines)
  7. Mayad-ayad nga agahon,, Aklanon (Philippines) 
  8. Mirëmëngjes [Aleut, see Unagan],, Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia)
  9.  Indemin adderk,, Amharic (Ethiopia) [to male]
  10. Indemin addersh,, Amharic (Ethiopia) [to female]
  11. Indemin adderachihu [Amungme, see Damal],, Amharic (Ethiopia) [to several] 
  12. Anglo-Saxon (England) God morgen
  13. Apache [Jicarilla] (Arizona USA) Daanzhonl da
  14. Arabic (N Africa, Middle East) Sabaah al-khayr
  15. Arabic (Egypt) SabaaH el kheer
  16. Arabic (Egypt) [answer] SabaaH el nuur
  17. Arabic (Egypt) Sabar el rir
  18. Arabic (Lebanon) Sabah el-khayr
  19. Arabic (Morocco) Sbah lkhir
  20. Aragonese (Aragon Spain) Buen diya
  21. Aragonese (Aragon Spain) [in spoken lang.] Güen diya
  22. Armenian [Western] (Armenia) Pari luis
  23. Armenian [Eastern] (Armenia) Bari luis
  24. Aromunian (Greece, Balkans) Bunã dimineatsa
  25. Asante (Ghana) [to one person] Maakyé
  26. Asante (Ghana) [to several people] Memá mo akyé
  27. Asturian (Spain) Bonos díes
  28. Asturian (Spain) Bon día
  29. Atayal (Taiwan) Zibok su'
  30. Atayal (Taiwan) [answer] Zibok su' uzi [Aukan, see Ndjuka]
  31. Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) Aski churatam
  32. Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) Winus tiyas
  33. Bakitara (Central Africa) Oirwota?
  34. Bakitara (Central Africa) [answer] Ndabanta
  35. Bakweri (Cameroon) O wusi
  36. Bambara (Mali) I ni sogoma
  37. Bambara (Mali) [to several people] Aw ni sogoma
  38. Bashkir (Russia) Kheyerle irte
  39. Basque (Spain, France) Egun on
  40. Belorussian (Belarus) Dobraj ranicy
  41. Belorussian (Belarus) Dobraha ranku
  42. Bemba (Zambia, Zaire) Mwashibukeni
  43. Bengali (Bangladesh, India) Shu pravat
  44. Bengali (Bangladesh, India) Shubho shokal
  45. Bilen (Bogos Ethiopia)[you enjoy the night?] Aja kruKwma?
  46. Bilen (Bogos Ethiopia) [yes, good morning] MerHaba, aja kruKwma
  47. Bislama (Vanuatu) Gud morning
  48. Bislama (Vanuatu) Mone
  49. Bole (Nigeria) Barka saato
  50. Bole (Nigeria) Yawwa
  51. Bosnian (Bosnia and Hercegovina) Dobro jutro
  52. Bosnian (Bosnia and Hercegovina)[by Muslims] Sabah hajrula
  53. Brigidian (western Ireland) Mornez mahaha
  54. Bulgarian (Bulgaria) Dobro utro
  55. Cantonese (China) Jo san
  56. Cantonese (China) Zan san
  57. Cassubian (Northweast Poland) Dzén dobri
  58. Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France) Bon dia
  59. Chamorro (Guam, Mariana Island) Oga'an maolek
  60. Chamorro (Guam, Mariana Island) Buenas dihas
  61. Chatino (Tataltepec Mexico) Cua nque' msaa
  62. Chechen (North Caucasus Russia) Cürea dika yoila
  63. Cheke Holo [Maringe] (Solomon Islands) Keli fara
  64. Cheke Holo [Maringe] (Solomon Islands) Hameron keli
  65. Cherokee (Oklahoma & North Carolina USA) Os-da-su-na-le
  66. Cheyenne (USA) Pévevóona'o
  67. Chichewa (Malawi) [morning] Mwadzuka bwanji
  68. Chinyanja (Southern Africa) Mwadzuka bwanji
  69. Chishona (Southern Africa) Mangwánaní
  70. Chitonga (Africa) Mwabuka buti
  71. Choctaw (USA) Onnahinli pvt achukma
  72. Chuuk (Chuuk Island Micronesia) Neesor ánnim
  73. Chuvash (Russia) Yra ir pultar
  74. Comoran (Comoros) Bariza soubouni
  75. Comoran (Comoros) Habhari za asubhwihi
  76. Cornish (Great Britain) Myttin da
  77. Creole (Dominican Republic) Bon jou
  78. Croatian (Croatia, Bosnia) Dobro jutro
  79. Czech (Czech Republic) Dobré jitro
  80. Czech (Czech Republic) Dobré ráno
  81. Dagaare (Ghana, Burkina Faso) Fo angsoma
  82. Damal (Indonesia) Amole
  83. Danish (Denmark, Greenland) God morgen
  84. Dusun (Sabah Malaysia) Kopisanangan dongkosuabon
  85. Dutch (Netherlands) Goedemorgen
  86. Dutch (Netherlands) [in spoken language] Goeiemorgen
  87. Dyula (Burkina Faso, C. d'Ivoire, Mali) I ni sogoma
  88. Edo (Nigeria) Ób'ówie
  89. Ekegusii (Kenya) Bwakire buya
  90. Ekegusii (Kenya) [how was the night?] Kwabokire?
  91. Ekegusii (Kenya) [answer: fine] Buya
  92. English (America, Australia, UK) Good morning
  93. English [Middle English] (Great Britain) Gode morweninge
  94. Esperanto (international use) Bonan matenon
  95. Estonian (Estonia) Tere hommikust
  96. Eton (Cameroon) Mbe mbe kiri
  97. Eton (Cameroon) [answer] Kiri mbang
  98. Ewe (Ghana, Togo) Mudobo
  99. Ewe (Ghana, Togo) Neefon
  100. Faroese (Faroe Islands) Goðan morgun
  101. Farsi (Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan) Sobh beh'khayr
  102. Fijian (Fiji) Yadra
  103. Fijian (Fiji) Ni sa yadra
  104. Finnish (Finland) Hyvää huomenta
  105. Finnish (Finland) [informal] Huomenta
  106. Fon (Benin, Togo) Kudo zan zan
  107. French (Europe, Africa, Canada) Bonjour
  108. French (Europe, Africa, Canada) Bon matin
  109. French (Europe, Africa, Canada) Bonne matinée
  110. Frisian (Netherlands, Germany) Moarn
  111. Frisian (Netherlands, Germany) Goemoarn
  112. Frisian (Schleswig-Holstein Germany) Gud maaren
  113. Fulani (West Africa) Jam waali
  114. Gagauz (southern Moldova) Sabaa khair olsun
  115. Galician (Spain) Bom día
  116. Galician (Spain) Bos días
  117. Galician (Spain) Bons días
  118. Gbhandi (Liberia) Yanela
  119. Georgian (Georgia) Dila mshvidobisa
  120. German (Central Europe) Guten Morgen
  121. Greek (Greece, Cyprus) Kalimera
  122. Guaja (Brazil) Zeng
  123. Guarani (Paraguay) Mba'éichapa ne ko'ê
  124. Guarani (Paraguay) [answer] Cheko'ê porâ, ha nde
  125. Gujarati (India) Shubh prabhaat
  126. Hakka (China, Malaysia) Zao sin
  127. Hassaniya (Mauritania) Saloma alaykom
  128. Hausa (West Africa) Barkà dà kwana
  129. Hawaiian (Hawaii) [rarely used] Aloha kakahiaka
  130. Hawaiian (Hawaii) [midday - rarely used] Aloha awakea
  131. Hebrew (Israel) Boker tov
  132. Hindi (India, East Asia) Shubha prabhaat
  133. Hmong Daw (Laos, Thailand) [rarely used] Nyob zoo thaum sawv ntxov
  134. Hmong Daw (Laos, Thailand)[rarely used-noon] Nyob zoo thaum tavsu
  135. Huasteco (San Luis Potosí Mexico) Tahk'ane:nek
  136. Hungarian (Hungary) Jó reggelt
  137. Icelandic (Iceland) Góðan daginn
  138. Icetot (Uganda) [to one person] Epida
  139. Icetot (Uganda) [to several people] Epita
  140. Ido (international use) Bona matino
  141. Igbo (Nigeria) Ezigbo ututu
  142. Igbo (Nigeria) Isala chi [Ik, see Icetot]
  143. Ilokano (Philippines) [formal] Naimbag a bigatyo
  144. Ilokano (Philippines) [informal] Naimbag a bigatmo
  145. Ilokano (Philippines) Naimbag nga bigat
  146. Ilokano (Philippines) [noon, formal] Naimbag ñga aldawyo
  147. Ilokano (Philippines) [noon, informal] Naimbag ñga aldawmo
  148. Ilokano (Philippines) [noon] Naimbag nga aldaw
  149. Ilonggo (Philippines) Maayong buntag
  150. Indonesian (Indonesia, Surinam) Selamat pagi
  151. Ingush (Russia) Wijra dika xajla hwa
  152. Ingush (Russia) [answer to above] Hwa 'a xajla wijra dika
  153. Ingush (Russia) [answer elder > young man] Duqa vaaxalva hwo
  154. Ingush (Russia) [answer elder > young men] Duqa daaxalda sho
  155. Ingush (Russia) [answer elder > young woman] Duqa jaaxiila hwo
  156. Ingush (Russia) [answer elder > midage] Maarsha-ca vaaxalva hwo
  157. Ingush (Russia) [answer elder > midage pl] Maarsha-ca daaxalda sho
  158. Interlingua (constructed) Bon matino
  159. Inuktitut (Baffin Island Canada) Ullaakkut
  160. Inuktitut (Canada) Ullakut
  161. Iñupiaq (Alaska) Uvlaalluaqtaq
  162. Irish Gaelic (Ireland, Britain) Maidin mhaith
  163. Irish Gaelic (Ireland, Britain) Dia dhuit ar maidin
  164. Italian (Cent. Europe, E Africa) Buon giorno
  165. Itbayaten (Batanes Philippines) Kapian ka pa nu Dios aschapanderak
  166. Ivasayen (Batanes Philippines) Capian ka pa nu Dios si chamavucjas
  167. Japanese (Japan) Ohayo
  168. Japanese (Japan) Ohayo gozaimasu
  169. Japanese [Tohoku Ben] (Northeast Japan) Ohayo-sama
  170. Japanese [Nosaka] (Nosaka-machi Japan)[noon] O agan nasai mashi
  171. Javanese (Indonesia) Sugeng enjang
  172. Javanese (Indonesia) Sugeng enjing
  173. Kadazan (Sabah Malaysia) Kopivosian donsuvab
  174. Kalaallisut (Greenland) Iterluarit
  175. Kalaallisut (Greenland) Ku-moorn
  176. Kangbe (West Africa) E nee somah
  177. Kangbe (West Africa) [how was your night?] Tanna mahssee
  178. Kapampangan (Philippines) Mayap ayabak
  179. Kapampangan (Philippines) [formal] Mayap ayabak pu
  180. Karaim (Lithuania, Ukraine) Tan jachshy
  181. Karelian (Karelia Russia) Hüvä päivä
  182. Karitiana (Brazil) Goy'hap
  183. Karitiana (Brazil)
  184. Kasem (Ghana, Burkina Faso) De N zezenga
  185. Kasigau (Kenya) [have you woken up well?] Wawuka?
  186. Kasigau (Kenya) [I have woken up well] Nawuka
  187. Kazakh (Kazakstan, C. Asia, China) Khayrly tanj
  188. Kekchi (Guatemala) Ma xatsakeuk?
  189. Kekchi (Guatemala) [answer] Sa, bantiox
  190. Khakas (Russia) Chaxsy irten
  191. Kichaga [Kibosho] (Tanzania) Shimboni
  192. Kichaga [Kimashami] (Tanzania) Nesindisa
  193. Kiga (Africa) Oraire gye
  194. Kikuyu (Kenya) Wi muhoro
  195. Kinyarwanda (Rwanda) Mwaramutse
  196. Kinyarwanda (Rwanda) Warumutse ho?
  197. Kinyarwanda (Rwanda) [answer] Waaramutse
  198. Kirundi (Burundi) Mwaramutse
  199. Kisanga (Bunkeya Congo-Kinshasa) Mwalangikai
  200. Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) Habari za asubuhi
  201. Kituba (Congo) Mbote na nge
  202. Kituba (Congo) [reply] Mbote
  203. Klallam (Washington USA) [it is a good day] ?Éy' skwáchi
  204. Klallam (Washington USA) [it is a good day] ?Éy' skwáchi ?áynekw
  205. Komi-Permyak (Russia) Bur asyv
  206. Komi-Zyrian (Russia) Bur asyv
  207. Konkani (Goa India) Dev boro dis dium
  208. Konkani (Goa India) Dev boro dis diunk
  209. Korean (Korea) [formal: did you sleep well?] Annyong-hi jumushyossumnikka
  210. Korean (Korea) [inf: did you sleep well?] Annyong-hi jumushyossoyo
  211. Koromfe (Burkina Faso) A dafre jeb ha baani
  212. Kosraean (Micronesia) Lotuwo
  213. Kosraean (Micronesia) Tu wo
  214. Krioulu (Cape Verde) Bon dia
  215. Kumeyaay (Southern California) Nymsup quahaun
  216. Kumeyaay (Southern California) Eehaun
  217. Kurdi (Iraq, Iran) Sibebash
  218. Kurdi (Iraq, Iran) Rowj basch
  219. Kwanyama (Angola, Namibia) [singular] Wa shilwa?
  220. Kwanyama (Angola, Namibia) [plural] Mwa shilwa?
  221. Kwanyama (Angola, Namibia) [#1: singular] Wa lele po?
  222. Kwanyama (Angola, Namibia) [#7: answ.to #6] Ee, onawa
  223. Kwéyòl (Haiti) Bon maten
  224. Ladino (Israel, Turkey) Buenos dias
  225. Lakhota (United States) Hinhanni waste
  226. Latin (Vatican, ancient Rome) Ut vales hatie mane?
  227. Latvian (Latvia) Labrit
  228. Lenape (Delaware United States) Kwoapanacheen
  229. Lingala (Congo) [did you sleep well?] Uazekele?
  230. Lingua Franca (Mediterranean) Bon dgiorno
  231. Lithuanian (Lithuania) Labas rytas
  232. Lithuanian (Lithuania) Laba ryta
  233. Livonian (Latvia) [modern] Jõva uomõg
  234. Livonian (Latvia) [older] Jõvvõ uomõgt
  235. Low Saxon (Eastern Friesland) Gode Morgen
  236. Luganda (Uganda) [how was your night?] Wasuze otya nno?
  237. Luganda (Uganda) Wasiz'otya nyabo?
  238. Luiseño (Southern California United States) Micha shu 'iiq?
  239. Luiseño (Southern California United States) Poloov temet
  240. Lunyankole (South Uganda) Orairegye?
  241. Lunyankole (Mbarara South Uganda) Oreiregye?
  242. Lunyoro (West Uganda) Oraire ota?
  243. Lunyoro (West Uganda) [answer] Kurungi
  244. Luo (Kenya, Tanzania) Oyawore
  245. Luxembourgish (Luxembourg) Gudden Muergen
  246. Macedonian (Macedonia) Dobro utro
  247. Malay (Malaysia, Brunei) Selamat pagi
  248. Malinké (Senegal, Mali) Ni soma
  249. Maltese (Malta) L-ghodwa t-tajba
  250. Mam (Guatemala) [did you get up?] Mápa jáwe?
  251. Mam (Guatemala) [answer: yes, I did] May
  252. Mampruli (Ghana) Dasuba
  253. Mandarin (China) Ni zao
  254. Mandarin (China) Zao an
  255. Mandarin (China) Zao chen hao
  256. Mandarin (China) Zhao shang hao
  257. Mandinka (West Africa) [singular] I saama
  258. Mandinka (West Africa) [plural] Al saama
  259. Mandinka (West Africa) Ge iwurara
  260. Manx (Britain) Moghrey mie
  261. Maori (Cook Islands) Kia orana 'i teia popongi
  262. Maori (Cook Islands) [midday] Kia orana 'i teia ra
  263. Mari [Hill Mari] (Russia) Pury irok
  264. Mari [Meadow Mari] (Russia) Poro er
  265. Marshallese (Marshal Islands) Yokwe in jibbon
  266. Mashi (Bukavu Congo-Kinshasa) Asinge
  267. Mawe (Brazil) Enodak
  268. Milanese [Lombard] (Milan Italy) Reverissi
  269. Min Nam [Hokkien] (Taiwan) Gau za
  270. Minangkabau (West Sumatra Indonesia) Salamaik pagi
  271. Mixe (Oaxaca Mexico) Mai
  272. Mixtec (Chalcatongo Mexico) Tàníndi
  273. Mixtec (Chalcatongo Oaxaca Mexico) Tándi
  274. Mixtec (Santa Catarina Estetla Mexico)[ans.] Kobadiátu
  275. Mohegan (Eastern USA) Weegwasun
  276. Mongolian (Mongolia, Northern China) Ogloonii mend
  277. Mòoré (Burkina Faso) Yibero
  278. Mordvin (Russia) Paro valske
  279. Motu (Papua New Guinea) Daba namona
  280. Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA) Hettv heren ocvs
  281. Náhuatl (Mexico, El Salvador) Cualli tlanextli
  282. Náhuatl [classical] (Aztec Empire) Ma cualli tlanextli
  283. Nama (Namibia) !Gâi //goas
  284. Ndebele (Zimbabwe) Livukile
  285. Ndebele (Zimbabwe) Livuke njani
  286. Ndjuka (Suriname) U weki oo
  287. Nepali (Nepal) Shubha prabhat
  288. Nepali (Nepal) Shuva bihan
  289. Nigerian Pidgin (Nigeria) Good morning
  290. Norwegian [Bokmaal] (Norway) God morgen
  291. Norwegian (Norway) [in spoken language] Godmorn
  292. Nupe (Africa) Okú bè làzì nyi [Nyankore, see Lunyankole]
  293. Okanagan (Montana USA) Way' xast slkwkw'ast
  294. Okanagan (Montana USA) Xast lkwkw'ast
  295. Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Nagambulte
  296. Ossetian (Georgia) Dæ raisom khorz
  297. Ossetian (Georgia) Uæ raisom khorz
  298. Otetela (Lodja Congo-Kinshasa) Moyo
  299. Palauan (Palau) Ungil tutau
  300. Pali (India) Suppabhaatam te
  301. Papiamentu (Dutch Antilles, Aruba) Bon dia
  302. Paipai (Southern California USA) Kam'yuli
  303. Phorhépecha (Michoacán Mexico) Na erántsku
  304. Phorhépecha (Michoacán Mexico) Kárinsini
  305. Pijin (Solomon Islands) Moning
  306. Pipil (El Salvador) Yehyek tunal
  307. Plattdeutsch (Germany) G'n morje [Police Motu, see Hiri Motu]
  308. Polish (Poland) Dzien dobry
  309. Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil) Bom dia
  310. Puluwat (Micronesia) Nesor állim
  311. Quechua Ayacuchano (Ayacucho Peru) Allin p'unchay
  312. Quechua Cuzqueño (Cuzco Peru) Wenos días
  313. Quiché (Guatemala) Sakiric
  314. Quichua (Ecuador) Alli punzha
  315. Quichua (Ecuador) Alli puncha
  316. Romani [Sinte] (Central Europe) Lashi de tehara
  317. Romani [Sliven] (Bulgaria) Bahtali ti avin
  318. Romanian (Romania) Bunã dimineata
  319. Romansch (Switzerland) Bun di
  320. Russian (Russia) Dobroye utro
  321. Rutoro (Uganda) Oreire ota?
  322. Rutoro (Uganda) [reply] Ndeire kurungi
  323. Saami [Davvi] (Scandinavia) Buorre idit
  324. Saami [Davvi] (Scandinavia) Buorre iðit
  325. Sakao (Espiritu Santo Island Vanuatu) Segren vogvog
  326. Sangha (Mali) Agapo
  327. Saramaccan (Suriname) I weki no
  328. Sardinian (Italy) Bonas dies
  329. Sarnami (Suriname, Holland) Subh ba khair
  330. Savonian (Ylä-Savo Finland) Hyvvee huomenta
  331. Scots (Scotland) Guid mornin
  332. Sepedi (South Africa) Robala gabotse
  333. Serbian (Bosnia, Yugoslavia) Dobro jutro
  334. Serrere (Senegal, Gambia) Ndio ko yong
  335. Sesotho (Lesotho, South Africa) Mmoro
  336. Setswana (South Africa, Botswana) O tsogile jang
  337. Shambaa (Tanzania) Onga mahundo
  338. Shanghaiese (Shanghai China) Han zhou
  339. Shingazidja (Comoros) Barza husha
  340. Shipibo (Peru) Hacum ya mucuryi [Shona, see Chishona]
  341. Shuri (Okinawa Japan) Ukimi soo chii
  342. Silozi (Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana) Mu lumele
  343. Slovak (Slovakia) Dobré ráno
  344. Slovenian (Slovenia) Dobro jutro
  345. Somali (Somalia, Ethiopia) Subax wanaagsan
  346. Sorbian [Upper Sorbian] (eastern Germany) Dobre ranje
  347. Sorbian [Upper Sorbian] (e. Germany)[answer] Dobre spodobanje
  348. Sorbian [Lower Sorbian] (eastern Germany) Dobre zajts'o
  349. Spanish (America, Spain) Buenos días
  350. Sranan (Suriname) Gu morgu
  351. Sûdovian (Baltic reigon) Kailas anksteinai
  352. Sundanese (Indonesia) Wilujeng enjing
  353. Susu (Guinea) Tena mari
  354. Swedish (Sweden, Finland) [formal] God morgon
  355. Tagalog (Philippines) Magandang umaga
  356. Tagalog (Philippines) Magandang umaga po
  357. Tagalog (Philippiens) [at noon] Magandang tanghali
  358. Tagalog (Philippines) [at noon] Magandang tanghali po
  359. Tamil (Tamil Nadu India) Vanakkam
  360. Tatar (Russia, China) Kheerle irte
  361. Telugu (India) Suprabhaatam
  362. Telugu (India) Shobhodayam
  363. Tetum (East Timor) Dadeer kmanek
  364. Thai (Thailand) Sawatdi torn chao
  365. Tibetan (China, Nepal, India) Nga-to delek
  366. Tigrinya (Ethiopia) [to man] Dehan haderka
  367. Tigrinya (Ethiopia) [to woman] Dehan haderki
  368. Tlingit (Canada, USA) Juk'e-ri-tsu-tat
  369. Tok Pisin (Papua New Guinea) Moning
  370. Tongan (Tonga, Pacific Islands) [daylight] Malo e tau ma'u 'a e 'aho' ni
  371. Trobes Tokples (Trobriand Papua New Guinea) Bwena kau kwau
  372. Tsonga (South Africa) Avusheni
  373. Turkish (Turkey, Northern Cyprus) Günaydin
  374. Turkmen (Turkmenistan) Ertiriniz hajïrlï bolsun
  375. Udmurt (Russia) Ziech chuknaen
  376. Ukrainian (Ukraine) Dobri ranok
  377. Unagan (Alaska, Russia) [morning] Qilachxizax
  378. Ute (Colorado and Utah USA) Ati'wichgusak
  379. Uvean (Wallis and Futuna) Malo te ma'uli
  380. Valencian (Spain) Bon dia
  381. Venda (South Africa) Ndi matsheloni
  382. Veps (western Russia) Hüväd homendest
  383. Vietnamese (Vietnam) Chào buổi sáng
  384. Visayan (Philippines) Maayong buntang
  385. Visayan (Philippines) [noon] Maayong udto
  386. Võru (Võrumaa Estonia) Tereq hummogust
  387. Võru (Võrumaa Estonia) Tereh hummogust
  388. Votic (Russia) Üvä oomni
  389. Waali (Northwestern Ghana) Ansomaa
  390. Welsh (Wales) Bore da
  391. Wolof (West Africa) Naka subaci
  392. Xhosa (South Africa) Bhota
  393. Yacouba (Côte d'Ivoire, Liberia) [man] Unzhu babo
  394. Yao (Malawi, Tanzania, Mozambique) Kuceele
  395. Yiddish (Russia, USA) Ah gut morgen
  396. Yitchogo (Gabon) [to a woman] Yi maram bouga
  397. Yoruba (West Africa) [honorific] E káàrò
  398. Zapotec (Villa Alta Mexico) Padiull
  399. Zapotec (Yulalag Mexico) Padiuzhe
  400. Zarma (Niger, Nigeria, Burkina Faso) Matinkeni
  401. Zjerma (Niger) Aran kani baani
  402. Zulu (Southern Africa) Umhlala gahle
wooww... ternyata di dunia ini kaya akan bahasa iya ... banyak kata yang bisa kita gunakan untuk mengucapkan selamat pagi ..

so, mau menggunakan kata yang mana?

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