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December 2008

How to Say ‘Happy New Year!’ In Different Languages

Of course, almost everyone has plenty of friends, acquintances, colleagues and even beloved ones who live abroad and would be really happy and touched to hear ‘Happy New Year!’ in their own language…

We’ve decided to help you and have made up a list where you can find how ‘Happy New Year!’ is said in the most popular languages.

If you also want to send a gift basket for New Year to your nearest and dearest to another country you can visit our website http://www.russianflora.com, where you can find plenty of holiday gift ideas.

Afghani – Saale Nao Mubbarak

Albanian – Gezuar Vitin e Ri

Armenian – Snorhavor Nor Tari

Arabic – Antum Salimoun

Chinese – Xin Nian Kuai Le

Croatian – Sretna Nova Godina

Czechoslovakia – Scastny Novy Rok

Danish – Godt Nytår

Dutch – Gelukkig Nieuwjaar

Estonians – Head uut aastat

Finnish – Onnellista Uutta Vuotta

French – Bonne Annee

German – Prosit Neujahr

Greek – Kenourios Chronos

Hebrew – L’Shannah Tovah

Hindi – Naye Varsha Ki Shubhkamanyen

Hungarian – Boldog Ooy Ayvet

Iranian – Saleh now mobarak

Iraqi – Sanah Jadidah

Italian – Felice anno nuovo

Japanese – Akimashite Omedetto Gozaimasu

Korea – Saehae Bock Mani ba deu sei yo

Lithuanian – Laimingu Naujuju Metu

Norwegian – Godt Nyttår

Polish – Szczesliwego Nowego Roku

Romanian – An nou fericit

Russian – S Novim Godom

Spanish – Feliz Ano Nuevo

Turkish – Yeni Yiliniz Kutlu Olsun

Ukrainian – Shchastlyvoho Novoho Roku

VietnameseChuc Mung Tan Nien

New Year Flowers and Winter Holiday Bouquets

Christmas and New Year flowers symbolize gaiety, love, beauty, hope, and the tenderest emotions in the human heart. They embody virtues such as sharing, happiness, joy, kindness, and the warmth that makes winter holidays more special than any other festival. These flowers are not just decorations but are representations of the joy and spirit of the season, enhancing the atmosphere with their vibrant presence and deep meanings.

A girl joyfully holding a Christmas wreath, symbolizing the beauty and festive spirit of Christmas and New Year flowers.

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