How to Say Rose in Different Languages

The rose word is derived from Latin name “rosa”. Rosa is actually a female name. In most popular play , Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare taught us that, “a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” In other words — a person or thing is special because of what it is, not what it’s called. And regardless of its name, we think it’s clear that a rose is pretty unique. In honor of spring’s bloom, here’s how to say “rose” in different languages.

 

1. Amharic: “Rozi”
2. Arabic: “Airtafae”
3. Bangla: “Rōja”
4. Belarusian: “Pужа”
5. Bosnian: “Ruža”
6. Bulgarian: “Roza”
7. Burmese: “Nhai Nse”
8. Chinese: “Méiguī”
9. Croatian: “Ruža”
10. Czech: “Růže”
11. Dutch: “Roos”
12. Esperanto: “Rozo”
13. Filipino: “Rosas”
14. Finish: “Ruusu”
15. Greek: “Triantáfyllo”
16. Haitian Creole: “Woz”
17. Hausa: “Furen wardi”
18. Hindi: “Gulab ka phool”
19. Hmong: “Paj daug kub lag”
20. Hungarian: “Rózsa”
21. Indonesian: “Mawar”
22. Irish: “Rós”
23. Italian: “Rosa”
24. Japanese: “Rōzu”
25. Kannada: “Gulābi”
26. Korean: “Jangmi kkoch”
27. Lithuanian: “Rožė”
28. Macedonian: “Роуз”
29. Nepali: “Gulāpha”
30. Polish: “Roo-shah”
31. Romanian: “Trandafir”
32. Russian: “Роза”
33. Serbian: “Pосе”
34. Sinhala: “Rōs”
35. Sundanese: “Mawar”
36. Swahili: “Waridi”
37. Swedish: “Reste sig”
38. Thai: “Dxk kuh̄lāb”
39. Turkish: “Gül”
40. Ukrainian: “троянда”
41. Uzbek: “Atirgul”
42. Vietnamese: “Bông hồng”
43. Western Frisian: “Roas”
44. Yiddish: “Royz”
45. Zulu: “Irozi
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