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Yes and No in many languages

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How to say yes and no in many different languages, with recordings for some of them.

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Language Yes No
Adyghe Ары Хьау
Afrikaans Ja Nee
Aklan Huo Indi
Albanian (Gheg) Po Jo
Albanian (Tosk) Po Jo
Altay Эйе (Eje) Јок (Ĵok)
Arabic
(Egyptian)
('aywa) أيوه
(na'am) نعم
(la') لأ
Arabic
(Moroccan)
(ah) أه (la) لا
Asturian Non
Atikamekw Ehe Nama
Balinese Inggih
Patut
Ten
Nenten
Bambara Awɔ Ayi
Basque Bai Ez
Bavarian Na
Belarusian Так (Tak) Не (Ne)
Bhojpuri हाँ (haan) ना (naa)
Bikol Iyó
Iyó tabì (frm)
Dai
Dai tabì (frm)
Bosnian Da Ne
Breton Ya Nann
Bulgarian Да (Da) Не (Ne)
Cape Verdean Creole Sin Nau
Catalan No
Cebuano Oo Wala
Central Dusun Ohoo Amu
Au
Chechen ХIаъ (Haə) ХIан-хIа (Han-ha)
Chichewa Ee
Eya
Inde
Iyayi
Ayi
Chipewyan ʔę́n ʔį́lé
Cimbrian Ja Nìet
Na
Coastal Kadazan Oh Au
A’a
Cornish Ya Na
Croatian Da Ne
Czech Ano Ne
Danish Ja Nej
Dari (Bale) بله (Ne) نه
Dutch Ja Nee
Efik In Ínín
Elfdalian Ja Näj
Estonian Jah Ei
Ewe E Ao
Extremaduran No
Faroese Ja Nei
Fijian Io Sega
Finnish Kyllä Ei
Flemish (West) Joat
French Oui Non
Frisian (West) Ja Nee
Frisian (Saterland) Jee Noa
Friulian No
Galician Si Non
Georgian დიახ (diakh) - frm
კი (k’i)
ჰო (ho) - inf
ხო (kho) - inf
არა (ara)
German Ja Nein
Greek (Modern) Ναι (Nai) Όχι (Ochi)
Guaraní Hêe Nahániri
Haitian Creole Wi Non
Hausa Eh A'a
Hawaiian ʻAe ʻAʻole
Hebrew (ken) כן (loh) לא
Hmong (White) Yog (it is) Tsis
Tsis yog (it isn't)
Hungarian Igen Nem
Icelandic Nei
Irish (Gaelic) No exact equivalent No exact equivalent
Italian No
Japanese はい (hai) = that is correct, affirmative いいえ (īe)
Kalmyk Ээ (Ee)
Тиим (Tiim)
Уга (Uga)
Kashubian Jo Nié
Khoekhoe (Nama) Î. Hî-î.
Kiribati E eng Tiaki
Kurdish (Kurmanji) Balé (frm)
Belé (frm)
Eré (frm)
Aré (frm)
Na
Latvian
Lingala Ee Te
Lithuanian Taip
Jo
Ne
Macedonian Да (Da) Не (Ne)
Magahi हाँ /hãː/ नयँ /nəẽ/
Malagasy Eny Tsia
Malay Ya Tidak
Tak (inf)
Maltese Iva Le
Manx (Gaelic) No exact equivalent No exact equivalent
Māori Ae E kao
Marshallese Aet Jab
Nepali हो (ho) होइन (hoena)
Northern Sotho Ee Aowa
Norwegian Ja Nei
Polish Tak Nie
Portuguese Sim Não
Romanian Da Nu
Russian Да (Da) Нет (Njet)
Rusyn Айно (Ajino) Ньит (N’yt)
Samoan I
'Ioe
Leai
Sanskrit भवतु (bhavatu)
आम् (ām)
अस्तु (astu)
नैव किल (naiva kila)
न (na)
Scots Ay Naw
Scottish Gaelic No exact equivalent No exact equivalent
Serbian Да (Da) Не (Ne)
Serrano Werre' Now
Qay
Sicilian Se No
Slovak Áno Nie
Slovenian Da Ne
Sorbian (Lower) Jo
Sorbian (Upper) Haj
Spanish No
Tajik Ҳa (Ḩa)
Бале (Bale)
Не (Ne)
Tetum Sin Lae
Tok Pisin Yesa Nogat
Swedish Ja Nej
Tahitian E Aita
E'ita
Turkish Evet Hayır
Twi Aane Daabi
Ukrainian Так (Tak) Ні (Ni)
Uyghur (Hä’ä) ھەئە
(Shundaq) شۇنداق
(Yaq) ياق
(Ämäs) ئەمەس
Uzbek Ha Yo'q
Venetian Si No
Veps Ka Ei
Walloon Oyi Non
Wappo ’í’ih Hí’i
Welsh No exact equivalent No exact equivalent
Westrobothnian Joh Ae
Xhosa Ewe Hayi
Yoruba Bẹẹ ni Bẹẹ kọ
Ó ti
Ra ra
Zulu Yebo Cha

Auxiliary and constructed languages

Language Yes No
Esperanto Jes Ne
Interlingua Si No
Lojban go'i na go'i

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