Wine Day Special: How to say Cheers in all 50 countries in Europe

Cheers

14th Feburary in Bulgaria is also known as the day of St. Tryphon Zarezan (Tryphon the Trimmer) who is the patron saint of the wine. On that day  vine growers celebrate the fertility rate with the intention to encourage the growth of the vines. If you want to celebrate Valentine’s Day after all, learn how to say I love you in all 50 countries in Europe. If not, then you’ll need to know how to say Cheers.

Greet your friends no matter if they celebrate wine’s day or not. Learn how to say Cheers in all 50 countries in Europe:

1. Albania – Gezuar (Albanian)

2. Andorra – Salut (Catalan)

3. Armenia –  Arroghchootyoon (Armenian)

4. Austria –  Prost (German)

5. Azerbaijan – Afiyet oslun (Azeri)

6. Belarus – Za zdaroue (Belarusian)

7. Belgium – Proost (Dutch)

8. Bosnia & Herzegovina – Zhivjeli (Bosnian)

9. Bulgaria – Nazdrave (Bulgarian)

10. Croatia – Zhivjeli/Nazdravlje (Croatian)

11. Cyprus – Yiamas (Greek),  Sherefe (Turkish)

12. Czech Republic –  Na zdravi (Czeh)

13. Denmark – Skoal (Danish)

14. Estonia – Terviseks (Estonian)

15. Finland – Kippis (Finnish)

16. France – Santé (French)

17. Georgia – Gaumarjos (Georgian)

18. Germany – Prost  (German)

19. Greece – Yiamas (Greek)

20. Hungary – Egészségedre (Hungarian)

21. Iceland – Skál (Icelandic)

22. Ireland – Sláinte (Irish Gaelic)

23. Italy –  Salute/Cin cin (Italian)

24. Kosovo – Gezuar (Albanian)

25. Latvia – Tosts (Latvian)

26. Liechtenstein – Prost (German)

27. Lithuania – I Sveikata (Lithuanian)

28. Luxembourg – Prost (Luxemburgeois)

29. Macedonia – Nazdravye (Macedonian)

30. Malta – Evviva (Maltese)

31. Moldova – Noroc (Moldovan)

32. Monaco – Santé (French)

33. Montenegro – Zhiveo (Serbian)

34. The Netherlands – Proost (Dutch)

35. Norway – Skål (Norwegian)

36. Poland – Na zdrowie (Polish)

37. Portugal – Saúde (Portuguese)

38. Romania – Noroc/Sanatate (Romanian)

39. Russia – Na zdorovie (Russian)

40. San Marino – Salute/Cin cin (Italian)

41. Serbia – Zhiveo (Serbian)

42. Slovakia – Na zdravie (Slovak)

43. Slovenia – Na zdravje (Slovenian)

44. Spain – Salud (Spanish)

45. Sweden – Skål (Swedish)

46. Switzerland – Santé (French), Prost (German)

47. Turkey – Sherefe (Turkish)

48. Ukraine – Za zdorovja (Ukrainian)

49. United Kingdom – Cheers (English)

50. Vatican City – Salute/Cin cin (Italian)

 

How many times and on how many languages have you said Cheers?

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Travel blogger and tourism graduate from Bulgaria, working in the field of Digital Marketing and PR for travel brands.

Latest comments
  • Latvians actually just say Tosts! more often!
    I never really heard Prieka before, it actually means ‘joy’. Makes sense, though, to cheer for joy while drinking wine! 🙂

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  • Nice, I love this! In South Korea we say gohm-bay!

  • Not good translate for serbia.

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