Happy New Year 2023 Wishes in Different Languages

Saying Happy New Year 2023 Wishes in different languages:Hindi, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese,Japanese, Dutch , Arabic, Romanian and more languages find in the list.

Saying 'Happy New Year' in World Languages

The table below indicates the HAPPY NEW YEAR Wishes in Different Languages.

LanguageHappy New Year! Wishes
AfrikaansVoorspoedige nuwe jaar
ArabicKul 'am wa antum bikhair
BasqueUrte Berri on
BengaliShuvo noboborsho
Chinese (Cantonese)Sun nien fai lok
Chinese (Mandarin)Xin nian yu kuai
CzechStastny Novy Rok
DanishGodt Nytir
DutchGelukkig nieuwjaar
EsperantoBonan Novjaron
FinnishOnnellista uutta vuotta
FrenchBonne annee
GermanEin gluckliches neues Jahr
GreekEutychismenos o kainourgios chronos
HawaiianHauoli Makahiki hou
HebrewShana Tova
HungarianBoldog uj evet
Hindinavavarsh kee shubhakaamanaen
Indonesian (Bahasa)Selamat Tahun Baru
ItalianFelice Anno Nuovo or Buon anno
JapaneseAkemashite Omedetou Gozaimasu
KoreanSehe Bokmanee Bateuseyo
Laotian (Hmong)Nyob Zoo Xyoo Tshiab
LatinFelix sit annus novus
Nigerian (Hausa)Barka da sabuwar shekara
NorwegianGodt Nytt ir
Philippines (Tagalog)Manigong Bagong Taon
PolishSzczesliwego Nowego Roku
RomanianLa Multi Ani si Un An Nou Fericit
RussianS Novym Godom
SamoanIa manuia le Tausaga Fou
SpanishFeliz ano nuevo
SwahiliHeri za Mwaka Mpya
SwedishGott Nytt ir
ThaiSawatdee Pi Mai
VietnameseChuc mung nam moi
WelshBlwyddyn Newydd Dda

Happy New Year 2023 Wishes in World Languages

As New Year's Eve approaches and the year 2022 comes to an end, it's safe to say that many of us are hoping for a brighter, better 2023. The driving force behind the goal of life is happiness. More than any other day, New Year's Day increases the likelihood and reality of achieving happiness. This is the significance of New Year's Day and the reason why it has such psychological significance for individuals all around the world. On January 1st, we have the opportunity to celebrate having lived another 365 days, the amount of time we use to keep track of the events in our lives.

Worldwide, people like celebrating New Year's Eve. It is the beginning of a new year in accordance with the Gregorian calendar (which contains 12 months and January 1 is counted as the first day of a new year). One month before the new year, people all around the world start making plans and preparations.

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