August 8, 2007

How to toast

I spent a whole week with very nice people of about 15 different countries in a small castle close to the Rhine, near Bonn. And we learned to toast in new languages.

¡Salucita! (México)

Peder Severin Krøyer, Hipp, hipp, hurra! Kunstnerfest på Skagen (1888)


Gëzuar! (Albania)
Shereve! (Arabian)
Genatsoot! (Armenia)
Vashi! (Baluchi - Iran)
Tin-tin! (Brasil)
Iermat! (Breton)
Na zdrave! (Bulgary)
Salut! (Catalá)
Gom bui! (China - Canton)
Gan bei! (China - Mandarin)
Na zdraví! (Czech Republic)
Skål! (Danemark)
Cheers! (English)
¡Salud! (Español)
Terviseks! (Estonia)
Osasuna! (Euskara)
Mabuhay! (Filipines)
Kippis! (Finland)
Santé! (French)
Vakhtanguri! (Georgia)
Jámas! (Greece)
Kasugta! (Greenland)
Mahalu! (Hawaii)
Le'chájim! (Hebrew)
Proost!, Op uw gezonheid! (Holland)
Egészségére! (Hungary)
Mubarik! (India)
Selamat minum! (Indonesia, Malasya)
Sláinte! (Irland, Scotland)
Skål! (Island)
Cin cin!, Salute! (Italy)
Kanpai! (Japan)
Uz veselibu! (Letonia)
Kesak! (Lebanon)
I sueikata! (Lituania)
Sacha! Aviva! (Malta)
Mogba! (Nigeria)
Skål! (Norway)
Djam! (Pakistan)
Salam ati! (Persia)
(Na) zdrowie! (Poland)
Saúde! (Portugal)

Viva! (Retroromanian)
Noroc! (Romania)
Vashe zdorovie! (Russia)
Skål! (Sweden)
´ivjeli! (Serbia, Croatia)
Auguryo! (Somalia)
Chokdee! (Thailand)
Serefe! (Turkey)
Mazel tov! (Yiddish)
Iechyd da! (Wales)

2 comments:

Judy said...

¡Salud Enrique!
Por tu regreso, ya te extrañábamos.

dilettantus in interrete said...

Also ich denke man sagt auf jiddisch auch l´chajjim = "auf das Leben", mazel tow heißt "viel Glück"!

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