beautiful romanian words
13 Beautiful Words That Will Make You Fall in Love with the Romanian LanguageDor. … Doldora. … Albastru. … Fluture. … Bebeluș … Lalele. … Căpșună … Ciocârlie.More items…•Sep 25, 2017
What are Romanian words?
Here are fifteen beautiful and useful Romanian words and phrases:Salut! | Hello (informal)Ciao | Bye (informal)Mersi! | Thanks (informal)Te rog (informal)/ Vă rog (formal) | Please.Îmi pare rău! | Sorry.Scuze! | Excuse me.Noroc! … da/nu | yes/no.
What is multumesc?
The Romanian word for ‘thank you’ is mulţumesc – pronounced ‘mul-tsu-mesk’ – which takes longer to pronounce than shaking a hand or giving a kiss of gratefulness. The very polite version for ‘thank you very much’ is mulţumesc frumos, an even longer expression!
Why do Romanians say ciao?
Ciao has also been used in some parts of Romania as a way to say “goodbye”.
How do you reply to multumesc?
There will be occasions when you will say mulţumesc, the word for “thank you”, and the response will be Mi-a făcut plăcere să te ajut. The translation in English is “it was a pleasure to help you”.
What does Chow Bella mean?
Ciao bella is an informal Italian expression literally meaning “goodbye (or hello), beautiful.”
How do you say happy birthday in Romanian?
Translation of “happy birthday!” in Romanian. la mulți ani! happy birthday! mulți ani”!
Is Romanian a pretty language?
Simply because Romanian is one of the most beautiful languages of the world if you make time to understand it. The Slavic influence has made this language the most unique one in the Latin language family, is similar to all of them, but mostly different from all of them.
How do I trace my Gypsy heritage?
Talk to older relatives for clues and family stories. Old family photos can help to identify Gypsy heritage. Photographs taken at gatherings such as hop picking or fairs might be a sign, although these were often annual events which brought together families from many backgrounds, not just Gypsies and Travellers.
What is a black Gypsy?
True Romany Gypsies were regarded as being of the pure “black blood” and the word “black” was regularly used as a compliment, particularly in people’s names, meaning a gypsy of the purest type.