How to say Hello in Croatian: halo

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How to say Hello in Croatian: halo

Learning Croatian for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say Hello in Croatian: halo
Say it out loud: “ha lō

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Some more helpful words in our Croatian Greetings category:

Fine, thank you – hvala, dobro  (hvah luh, doe bro)
Good Afternoon – dobar dan  (doe bur dahn)
Good Evening – dobro večer  (doe bro vay chur)
Good Morning – dobro jutro  (doe bro yoo trōh)
Good Night – laku noć  (la koo nōch)
Goodbye – doviđenja  (doe vuh jane yuh)
Hello – halo  (ha lō)
How are you? – kako ste  (kah koe steh)
Pleased to meet you – drago mi je  (drah go me yay)

And here’s how to say Hello in other languages!

Arabic–Marhaban  (mar ha ban)
Chinese–Nǐhǎo  (Nee Hao)
Croatian–halo  (ha lō)
Czech–Ahoy  (UH hoy)
Finnish–Hei  (hay)
French–bonjour  (bohn zhourh)
German–guten tag  (goo ten tahg)
Italian–buongiorno  (boo ohn johr noh)
Japanese–Konnichiwa  (Con Nee Chi Wah)
Korean–Annyeonghaseyo?  (Ahn Nyoung Hah Se Yo?)
Polish–Cześć  (che'shch)
Portuguese–Olá  (oh lah)
Russian–Privet  (Pree vyet)
Spanish–hola  (oh la)
Swahili–hujambo  (hoo jahm bo)
Thai–Sawat Di Khrap/Kha  (sa wat dee krahp/KAH)
Turkish–merhaba  (mehr' uh bah)
Vietnamese–Chào  (Jow)

There are phrases that have more than one use like in the case of "Hello" (halo). This phrase can be used to open up a conversation, for example ""Hello" (halo), can I please speak to the hotel manager?". "Hello" (halo) can also be used to greet someone, it's informal and best suited among friends, for example "Hello, where did you disappear to last night?" Get instant access to the Croatian Language Set.

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