Hello in Nepali
Namaste = Hello/ Greetings
When to use “namaste”: when greeting others
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Dhanyabad – Thank you
When to use “dhanyabād”: when thanking others
Maaph Garnuhos = Excuse me/ Sorry
When to use “maaph garnuhos”: “Maaph garnuhos” is basically used when apologizing for mistakes or excuses, but it is also used in the crowd if you get collided with others or any other situation.
Pronunciation: Maff Gar-nuu-hos
Translation: excuse me or sorry
Mero Naam ______ ho. My name is _________.
Tapaiko Naam k ho? – What is your name (respectful)?
Malai Maaf garnuhos – I’m sorry
Tapailai Kasto Chha? – How are you?
Malaai Thik Chha – I’m fine.
Ramro Chha – Good/Beautiful
Ramro Chhaina – Not good
Malaai bhok lagyo – I am feeling hungry.
Malaai thakai lagyo – I am feeling tired.
Mero tauko dukhyo chaa – My head hurts.
Mero pet dukhyo chha – My stomach hurts.
Khanna mitho chha – The food is tasty.
Mitho Thiyo – It was tasty.
Pugyo! – I’m full/Enough
Jaam- Let’s go! (slang)
Subha Bihani – Good Morning
Subha Raatri – Good Night
Pheri Bhetaulaa – See you again
Pachhi bhetaula – See you later