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French term or phrase:bonjour
Letzeburgesch translation:Moiën / Gudde Moiën / Gudde Mëtteg
Entered by: Daphne b
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02:06 Jul 26, 2001
French to Letzeburgesch translations [Non-PRO]
Marketing
French term or phrase: bonjour
pour un jeu sur l'euro pour les enfants
delphine monet
Moiën / Gudde Moiën / Gudde Mëtteg
Explanation:
Moiën / Gudde Moiën / Gudde Mëtteg

Again, the same applies here:
Moiën = short form of "Gudde Moiën", more colloquial than the rest
Gudde Moiën = Good morning (literally)
Gudde Mëtteg = Good morning, Good day, Hello
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Daphne b
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Local time: 12:03
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Summary of answers provided
na +2Moiën / Gudde Moiën / Gudde MëttegDaphne b
napardon...
jgal
naPäivää
jgal


  

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1 hr
Päivää


Explanation:
Il y a plusieurs sites qui donnent la traduction de 'bonjour' en toutes les langues. Essayez une recherche avec 'google'.

Finnish (Finland) Päivää
Finnish (Finland) Terve
Finnish (Finland) [informal, common] Moi
Finnish (Finland) [informal, common] Hei
Finnish (Finland) [informal] Moikka
Finnish (Finland) [formal] Hyvää päivää



    Reference: http://www.elite.net/~runner/jennifers/hello.htm
jgal
Local time: 12:03
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in FrenchFrench
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1 hr
pardon...


Explanation:
c'était du finnois !

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1 hr peer agreement (net): +2
Moiën / Gudde Moiën / Gudde Mëtteg


Explanation:
Moiën / Gudde Moiën / Gudde Mëtteg

Again, the same applies here:
Moiën = short form of "Gudde Moiën", more colloquial than the rest
Gudde Moiën = Good morning (literally)
Gudde Mëtteg = Good morning, Good day, Hello


Daphne b
Sweden
Local time: 12:03
Native speaker of: Native in GreekGreek
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Horizontra: Agree; "Moiën" is heard all around Luxembourg and is an informal hello.
1069 days
  -> Thank you!

agree  Christine Schmit
1609 days
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