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#stayathome Hashtag in Different Languages

Posted On: March 31, 2020

As we are in quarantine or lockdown and some are using the hashtag stayathome (stay at home), I thought to post on Facebook to ask my friends to post this hash tag in different languages. So, this information is crowdsourced!! Apologize in advance for any mistakes as I am not fluent in any other language beside English (though I can read a little Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam…). 



How do you translate the hashtag stayathome into different languages? 




See a list of some translations below:

Top 5 Languages of those who visit the Authentic Journeys Facebook Page:

English: #stayathome
Arabic: #خليك_في_البيت (khlyk_fy_alibit) – slang
Arabic: أبقى_في_المنزل  (‘abqaa_fi_almunzil) or ألزم_منزلك (‘alzm_munzluk) – formal
Arabic ???????? (Saudi Arabia) لبقاء في المنزل

French ???????? Restez a la maison 
French ???????? Restez chez vous
Vietnamese   ????????  ở nhà – stay at home –  #ởnhà
Spanish: quedate en casa


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Indian Languages ????????  

Haryanavi (dialect of Hindi): Ghar Mai padya reh 

Hindi:
Ghar se bhahar mat nikalna (घर से बाहर मत निकलना – GT) – Sit at home or you will get a beating with sticks
आप  घर  से  बाहर  मत  निकलना 
Ghar baith nahin toh laathi khaa (घर  बैठ  नहीं  तोह  लाठी  खा- GT) – Don’t sit at home eating sticks (more of a Mumbai slang)
Ghar pe raho (घर पे रहो) 

Kannada:
Maneyalle Iri  (ಮನೆಯಲ್ಲೇ ಇರಿ)  

Konkani:
Tu garlagi bayis 

Malayalam
Deyavu cheythu veetil irikku (ദയവു  ചെയ്തു  വീട്ടിൽ  ഇരിക്ക് – GT) – Please stay home
Poi veedil irikku (പോയി വീട്ടിൽ ഇരിക്ക്) – go inside the house / stay inside the house
veettiliri (#വീട്ടിലിരി) 
veedil irikku (വീട്ടില്‍ ഇരിക്കു)


Marathi:
Gharicha rahaa घरिच रहा 

Odiya/Odia: 
Ghare Ruha (ଘରେ ରୁହ) 

Tamil:
Veedilaeyae Iru (வீட்டிலேயே இரு) – Be at home (said to a younger person, could be a command)
Veetilaeyae Irungal ( வீட்டிலேயே இருங்கள்) – All of you be at home (said to an older person, or to a group of any age, more of a suggestive plea) 
Veetilaye irukkavum (வீட்டிலேயே இருக்கவும்) – Stay at home (third person, not to a specific person, more like advice)  

Telugu: 
Intlo Undandi (ఇంట్లో ఉండండి – GT) – Used in formal settings, to an elder, or to a group
Intlo ne undu (ఇంట్లో నే ఉండు – GT) – informal


This is only a sampling of the many languages of India as you can see from the map/infographic below, which still does not list every language in India! 


Other International Languages 
(all mean stay at home, unless there is a slightly different translation listed) 
Azerbaijani ???????? Evde kal 
Czech ???????? zustat doma  
Filipino ????????  Hwag Lumbas Ng Bahay (don’t return to the house)
Finnish ????????  pysykotona
German ????????  #bleibzuhaus
Indonesian ???????? tinggal di rumah (Tinggal = Stay, Di = at, Rumah = Home), Di rumah aja (slang)
Italian ????????  iostoacasa 
Japanese ????????  家にいる (ie ni iru)
Latvian ???????? Sahoo Paliec mājās
Polish ????????  Zostań w domu 
Portuguese ????????  ????????  ficar em casa
Russian ????????  оставайтесь дома (ostavaytes’ doma) 
Turkish ????????  Evde kal 




Note: GT denotes that Google Translate transcribed the English letters into Indian native languages. Those without the GT note were given in native scripts by friends on Facebook!



Jennifer Kumar is a culture and communication coach helping you work on virtual teams and across cultures. Want to talk? Get in touch

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