[flag=]en[/flag] Hello. How are you?
[flag=]de[/flag] Hallo. Hello. Wie geht's? How does it go?
[flag=]sv[/flag] God dag. Good day. Hallå/Hej. Hello/Hi. Hur är läget? How is the "position"?
[flag=]sv[/flag] Go daa. Good day. Hallå/Hej. Hello/Hi. Höss ä rä mä re? How is it with you? Ä ru hörk? Are you healthy/alert?
[flag=]es[/flag] Buenos días. Good days. ¿Cómo está Usted? How are you?
[flag=]fr[/flag] Bonjour. Good day
. Comment allez-vous? How do you go?
[flag=]pt-br[/flag] Bom dia. Good day
. Como vai você? How do you go?
[flag=]ru[/flag] Здравствуйте! Be healthy/well. Как дела? How is business/affairs?
[flag=]cs[/flag] Dobrý den. Good day Jak se máte? How are you having yourself?
[flag=]ga[/flag] Dia dhuit. God to you. Dia's Muire dhuit. God and Mary to you. Conas tánn tú? [Munster usage] How are you?
(Historically the verb tá, which tánn is a form of, is said to have meant "to stand")
[flag=]et[/flag] Tere. Hello (historically from terve 'healthy, complete'). Kuidas läheb? How does it go?
[flag=]vro[/flag] Tereq. Hello (historically from terveq 'healthy, complete'). Kuis käsi käü? How does the hand/arm go?
Literally 'healthy'. Miten menee?
How does it go? / How is it going? Mitä kuuluu?
What is heard? Mitäs sinä?
What you? (maybe from 'what are you doing')
Hi (Historically from Servus, meaning Servant). Mi újság?
[flag=]mhr[/flag] Поро кечe. Good day. Поро кечет лийже. May your day be good.Кузе илет? How are you living?
[flag=]myv[/flag] Паро чи. Good day. Шумбрачи! Health!
[flag=]ja[/flag] こんにちは this day + topic particle
(Historically spelled 今日は) おはようございます it's early
(used whenever someone shows up early, not just in the morning) いらっしゃいませ、いらっしゃい
[Please] come in/go in/be in [here]! (Used as a greeting in shops. Derived from the verb いる "to come in/go in/arrive/be in one place") お元気ですか。 Are [you] lively/energetic/healthy? じゃ。 well
(used when leaving)
[Osaka] 毎度! every time (related to the greeting used by shopkeepers, 'thank you for every time' = 'thank you for your patronage') もうかりまっか？
(related to もうかる
) is it profitable?
[flag=]zh[/flag] 你好! you good! 你吃飯了嗎? have you eaten?
[flag=]bod[/flag] བཀྲ་ཤིས་བདེ་ལེགས Good luck and blessings.
[flag=]hmn[/flag] Nyob zoo. Live well. Koj puas noj qab nyob zoo? Do you eat and live well?
[flag=]bm[/flag] I ni tile! You and the sun! I ka kεnε? Are you well?
[flag=]lkt[/flag] Háu. Hello/ yes/no (with negatives). Only used (or initiated) by male speakers.
Toníkhetu? how are you? what/how is your condition? Nya:wëh sgë:nö'. [I'm] thankful [for my/your] well-being/peace. Sadögweta'? Are you well/in good health?
[flag=]cay[/flag] Sgę:nǫˀ Peaceful.
(Used as a way to say "hello" and to ask about one's well-being/health, as in the second phrase) Sgę:nǫˀ gęh? Is everything peaceful?
[flag=]ale[/flag] [Aleut] Aang. Yes.
[flag=]esu[/flag] [Yup'ik] Aqaa/Waqaa. What do you want? What are you doing here?
(Not used exactly like English 'hello,' but it can be used as a greeting. An example would be having a conversation on the phone.)
[flag=]yua[/flag] Biix a beel? How is your path? Ba'ax ka wa'alik? What do you say?
[flag=]el[/flag] Γεια, πώς είσαι; Hello (< Health), how are you?
[flag=]el-cy[/flag] Γεια, νάμπου κάμνεις; Hello (< Health), what are you up to?