How Do You Sing Happy Birthday in Croatian?

FAQs Jackson Bowman August 12, 2022

How do you say happy birthday in Croatian?

Sretan rođendan! Happy birthday! [also: Happy Birthday!]

How do you translate happy birthday?

How do you say thank you in Croatian?

Thank you in Croatian

The English term “thank you” means “Hvala” in Croatian, which sounds like “hva-lah“.

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How are birthdays celebrated in Croatia?

​Unlike in North America, in Croatia, the birthday is entirely up to the birthday boy or girl. If it’s your birthday and you get together with your friends for lunch, dinner, dessert or drinks, you will ALWAYS get the bill. Your birthday is the ONLY time no one will fight you for the receipt.

What language is Hvala?

Lucky for you, thanks, is a fairly simple Croatian. Especially when compared to the rest of the Croatian language, most foreigners find it tongue and mind twisting. So here it is: Croatian for thank you is HVALA.

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Translation of bon anniversaire – French dictionary-English

He visited his mother on her birthday to wish her well.

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Short and sweet birthday wishes

I can’t wait to celebrate you all day long! Wishing you the happiest of birthdays and many more surpassing the year before! Congratulations on my ride or die. I love you bundles!

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Why do Croatians say bog?

‘Bok’ is usually seen as an informal way of saying ‘hi’, ‘hello’ or ‘bye’ (‘dobar dan’ and ‘doviđenja’ is more formal) and although it is can be heard in other parts of Croatia (pronounced both “bok” and “moor”), it is more characteristic of Zagreb and the surrounding area. In Croatian, “Bok” also means “side” or “flanks”.

How do Croatians greet each other?

A handshake with direct eye contact is the most common form of greeting. Greetings are often accompanied by the words “dobro jutro” (“good morning”), “dobar dan” (“good day”) or “dobra večer” (“good evening”). “Bok” is also used as an informal greeting, often to say hello and goodbye.

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