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Colours in Different Languages

Updated on February 13, 2020
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Different languages

The difference between each Language and another makes me very excited to learn all words in all languages in the world and to compare them to each other. It is very special to me to see a one word in different languages. Let's talk about colours in different languages. Languages we will use today are Arabic - Italian - German - French - Spanish. Colours we will translate in many languages are red , yellow , blue , white , black , green , brown , pink , purple , orange , Gray.

Arabic

About Arabic

Arabic is on of the most oldest Languages ever. It is one of the Semitic Languages also. It is spoken by more than 300 million native Arabic speakers. Besides the native speaker there are many people who are speaking or learning Arabic for many reasons, the most popular reason is religion as Arabic is the language of Islam so Muslims do their religious rituals such as praying and reading Qur'an in Arabic. ( It is the most spoken Semitic Language ). Arabic has 28 letters. It has special letters which is not existed in Latin letters. It is called the language of ( dad ) dad is an Arabic letter ( ض) as Arabic is the only language who has dad in its letters. It is called also the language of Qur'an as it is the official language of the holy Qur'an that's why Arabic is a holy language to Muslims


Colours in Arabic

  • Red - أحمر - Ahmar
  • Yellow - أصفر - Asfar
  • Blue - أرزق - Azraq
  • White - أبيض - Apyad
  • Black - أسود - Aswad
  • Green - أخضر - Akhdar
  • Brown - بني - bonny
  • Pink - وردي - wardy
  • Purple - بنفسجي - banfsgy
  • Orange - برتقالي - portqaly
  • Grey / gray - رمادي - romady

You have to notice that all colours are in the masculine form

Italian

About Italian

Italian is a language which belongs to the family of Indo-European languages. It is spoken by 60 million Italian native speakers andesides about 70 million other speakers around the world. Italian is a romantic language. Italian has 21 letters. Italian is spoken in many language such as Italy ( as an official language ) Switzerland ( third language ) San Marino ( official language ) and Vatican ( official language after Latin )


Colours in Italian

You have to notice that all colours are in masculine form

  • Red - Rosso
  • Yellow - Giallo
  • Blue - Blu
  • White - Bianca
  • Black - Nero
  • Green - Verde
  • Brown - Marrone
  • Pink - Rosa
  • Purple - Viola
  • Orange - Arancione
  • Grey / Gray - Grigio

German

About German

German It is one of the West Germanic languages, which in turn is one of the branches of the Indo-European language family. It is official language in Germany , Austria and Liechtenstein. It is also spoken in countries like Switzerland and Belgium. It is the most popular language in Europe. It is spoken by more than 120 million speak, 81 millions of them are German native speakers

Colours in German

  • Red - rot
  • Yellow - gelb
  • Blue - blau
  • White - weiß
  • Black - schwarz
  • Green - grün
  • Brown - braun
  • Pink - rosa
  • Purple - lila
  • Orange - orange
  • Grey / gray - grau


French

About French

French It is one of the romantic languages ​​that ranks fifth in terms of the most spoken languages ​​in the world. It is spoken by more than 200 million speakers in all over the world. 65 million French native speakers. French is the only language that is spoken in the all contents besides English

Colours in French

  • Red - Rouge
  • Yellow - Jaune
  • Blue - Bleu
  • White - blanc
  • Black - Noir
  • Green - Vert
  • Brown - Marron
  • Pink - Rose
  • Purple - Violet
  • Orange - Orange
  • Grey / gray - Gris

Notice that all colours are in masculine form

Spanish

About Spanish

Spanish is one of the most popular languages it is spoken by more than 400 million speakers all over the world. It is spoken in 22 countries most of them are in South America. It is the most popular romantic language in the world.

Colours in Spanish

  • Red - Rojo
  • Yellow - Amarillo
  • Blue - Azul
  • White - Blanco
  • Black - Negro
  • Green - Verde
  • Brown - Marrón
  • Pink - Rosado
  • Purple - Púrpura
  • Orange - Naranja
  • Grey / gray - Gris

Finally

And that was all we have to you today, I wish you get benefited from my article


The most important points in this article

  • About Arabic : where we talked about Arabic and its history and some important information about Arabic and arab
  • Colours in Arabic : where we translated colours in Arabic ( you can also see the way we pronunce the arab colours but in masculine form
  • About Italian : where we talked about Italian and its speakers
  • Colours in Italian : where we translated colours in Italian in masculine form
  • About German : as usual where we talked about German and its statistics
  • Colours in German : where we translated colours in German
  • About French : where we talked about French and related information to the language and the country
  • Colours in French : where we translated colours in French in masculine form
  • About Spanish : where we talked about one of the most spoken languages in all the world
  • Colours in Spanish : finally where we translated colours in Spanish


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      Alberto 

      10 days ago

      good picture

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      Manar 

      10 days ago

      Thanks for your sweet comments that gives me energy to produce more ❤️

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      Amar 

      10 days ago

      It was a fantastic article I Loved how you wrote about Arabic

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      Umesh Chandra Bhatt 

      11 days ago from Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, India

      Interesting presentation.Good compilation.

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