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Happy Birthday!!

9 Mar

Below are ‘Happy Birthday’s from around the world…

Afrikaans: Veels geluk met jou verjaarsdag!

Albanian: Urime ditelindjen!

Alsatian: Gueter geburtsdaa!

Amharic: Melkam lidet!

Arab: Eid milaad saeed! or Kul sana wa inta/i tayeb/a! (masculine/feminine)

Armenian: Taredartzet shnorhavor! or Tsenund shnorhavor!

Assyrian: Eida D’moladukh Hawee Brikha!

Austrian-Viennese: Ois guade winsch i dia zum Gbuadsdog!

Aymara (Bolivia): Suma Urupnaya Cchuru Uromankja!

Azerbaijani: Ad gununuz mubarek! — for people older than you /Ad gunun mubarek! — for people
younger than you

Basque: Zorionak!

Belauan-Micronesian: Ungil el cherellem!

Bengali (Bangladesh/India): Shuvo Jonmodin!

Bicol (Philippines): Maogmang Pagkamundag!

Bislama (Vanuatu): Hapi betde! or Yumi selebretem de blong bon blong yu!

Brazil :ParabŽns a voc! ParabŽns a voc, nesta data querida muitas felicidades e muitos anos de vida.

Breton: Deiz-ha-bloaz laouen deoc’h!

Bulgarian: Chestit Rojden Den!

Cambodian: Som owie nek mein aryouk yrinyu!

Catalan: Per molts anys! or Bon aniversari! or Moltes Felicitats!

Chamorro: Biba Kumplianos!

Chinese-Cantonese: Sun Yat Fai Lok!

Chinese: Fuzhou San Ni Kuai Lo!

Chiness-Hakka: Sang Ngit Fai Lok!

Chinese-Mandarin: qu ni sheng er kuai le

Chinese-Shanghaiese: San ruit kua lok!

Chinese-Tiociu: Se Jit khuai lak!

Chronia: Polla NA ZHSHS

Croatian: Sretan Rodendan!

Czech: Vsechno nejlepsi k Tvym narozeninam!!

Danish: Tillykke med fodselsdagen!

Belanda-Antwerps: Ne gelukkege verjoardach!

Belanda-Bilzers: Ne geleukkege verjoardoag!

Belanda-Drents: Fellisiteert!

Nederland-Flemish: Gelukkige verjaardag! or Prettige verjaardag!

Nederland-Frisian: Fan herte lokwinske!

Nederland-Limburgs: Proficiat! or Perfisia!

Nederland-Spouwers: Ne geleukkege verjeurdoag!

Nederland-Twents: Gefeliciteard met oen’n verjoardag!

Nederland: Hartelijk gefeliciteerd! or Van harte gefeliciteerd met je verjaardag!

Eglish: Happy Birthday!

Esperanto: Felichan Naskightagon!

Estonian: Palju onne sunnipaevaks!

Euskera: Zorionak zure urtebetetze egunean!

Faroes ( Faroe island ): Tillukku vid fodingardegnum!

Farsi: Tavalodet Mobarak!

Finnish: Hyvaa syntymapaivaa!

Perancis: (Canada) Bonne Fete!

Perancis: Joyeux Anniversaire!

Frisian: Lokkiche jierdei!

Gaelic (Irish): L‡ breithe mhaith agat!

Gaelic (Scottish): Co` latha breith sona dhuibh!

Galician (Spain): Ledicia no teu cumpreanos!

Georgian: Gilotcav dabadebis dges!

Jerman-Badisch: Allis Guedi zu dim Fescht!

Jerman-Bavarian: Ois Guade zu Deim Geburdstog!

Jerman-Berlinisch: Allet Jute ooch zum Jeburtstach! or Ick wuensch da allet Jute zum Jeburtstach!

Jerman-Bernese: Es Muentschi zum Geburri!

Jerman-Camelottisch: Ewllews Gewtew zewm Gewbewrtstewg. Mew!

Jerman-Frankonian: Allmecht! Iich wuensch Dir aan guuadn Gebuardsdooch!

Jerman-Lichtenstein: Haerzliche Glueckwuensche zum Geburtstag!

Jerman-Moselfraenkisch: Haezzlische Glickwunsch zem Gebordsdach!

Jerman-Plattdeutsch: Ick wuensch Di allns Gode ton Geburtsdach!

Jerman-Rhoihessisch: Ich gratelier Dir aach zum Geburtstag!

Jerman-Ruhr: Allet Gute zum Gebuatstach!

Jerman-Saarlaendisch: Alles Gudde for dei Gebordsdaach!

Jerman-Saechsisch: Herzlischen Gliggwunsch zum Geburdsdaach!

Jerman-Schwaebisch: Aelles Guade zom Gebordzdag!

Jerman-Wienerisch: Ois Guade zum Geburdsdog!

Jerman: Alles Gute zum Geburtstag!

Yunani: Eytyxismena Genethlia! or Chronia Pola!

Greenlandic: Inuuinni pilluarit!

Gronings (Netherlands): Fielsteerd mit joen verjoardag!

Gujarati (India): Janma Divas Mubarak!

Gujrati (Pakistan): Saal Mubarak!

Guarani (Paraguay Indian):] Vy-Apave Nde Arambotyre!

Hawaiian: Hau`oli la hanau!

Hebrew: Yom Huledet Same’ach!

Hiligaynon (Philippines): Masadya gid nga adlaw sa imo pagkatawo!

Hindi (India): Janam Din ki badhai! or Janam Din ki shubkamnaayein!

Hungarian: Boldog szuletesnapot! or Isten eltessen!

Icelandic: Til hamingju med afmaelisdaginn!

Indonesia: Selamat Ulang Tahun!

Irish-gaelic: La-breithe mhaith agat! or Co` latha breith sona dhut! Or Breithla Shona Dhuit!

Italian: Buon Compleanno!

Italian (Piedmont): Bun Cumpleani!

Italian (Romagna): At faz tent avguri ad bon cumplean!

Japanese: Otanjou-bi Omedetou Gozaimasu!

Javaans-Indonesia: Slamet Ulang Taunmoe!

Jerriais: Bouon Anniversaithe!

Kannada (India): Huttida Habba Subashayagalu!

Kapangpangan (Philippines): Mayap a Kebaitan

Kashmiri (India): Voharvod Mubarak Chuy!

Kazakh (Kazakstan): Tughan kuninmen!

Klingon: Quchjaj qoSlIj!

Korean: Saeng il chuk ha ham ni da!

Kurdish: Rojbun a te piroz be!

Kyrgyz: Tulgan kunum menen!

Latin: Fortuna dies natalis!

Latvian: Daudz laimes dzimsanas diena!

Lithuanian: Sveikinu su gimtadieniu! or Geriausi linkejimaigimtadienio progal

Luganda: Nkwagaliza amazalibwa go amalungi!

Luxembourgeois: Vill Gleck fir daei Geburtsdaag!

Macedonian: Sreken roden den!

Malayalam (India): Pirannal Aasamsakal! or Janmadinasamsakal!

Malaysian: Selamat Hari Jadi!

Maltese: Nifrahlek ghal gheluq sninek!

Maori: Kia huritau ki a koe!

Marathi (India): Wadhdiwasachya Shubhechha!

Mauritian: Kreol mo swet u en bonlaniverser!

Mbula (Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea): Leleng Ambai pa mbeng ku taipet i!

Mongolian: Torson odriin mend hurgee!

Navajo: bil hoozho bi’dizhchi-neeji’ ‘aneilkaah!

Niederdeutsch (North Germany): Ick gratuleer di scheun!

Nepali: Janma dhin ko Subha kamana!

Norwegian: Gratulerer med dagen!

Oriya (India): Janmadina Abhinandan!

Papiamento (lower Dutch Antilles): Masha Pabien I hopi aña mas!

Pashto (Afganistan): Padayish rawaz day unbaraksha!

Persian: Tavalodet Mobarak!

Pinoy (Philippines): Maligayang kaarawan sa iyo!

Polish: Wszystkiego Najlepszego! or Wszystkiego najlepszego zokazji urodzin!

wszystkiego: najlepszego z okazji urodzin

Portuguese (Brazil): Parabens pelo seu aniversario! or Parabenspara voce! or Parabens e muitas felicidades!

Portugis: Feliz Aniversario! or Parabens!

Punjabi (India): Janam din diyan wadhayian!

Rajasthani (India): Janam ghaanth ri badhai, khoob jeeyo!

Romanian: La Multi Ani!

Rosarino Basico (Argentina): Feneligiz Cunumplegeanagonos!

Russian: S dniom razhdjenia! or Pazdravliayu s dniom razhdjenia!

Sami/Lappish: Lihkos Riegadanbeaivvis!

Samoan: Manuia lou aso fanau!

Sanskrit (India): Ravihi janmadinam aacharati!

Sardinian (Italy): Achent’annos! Achent’annos!

Schwyzerduetsch (Swiss German): Vill Glück zum Geburri!

Serbian: Srecan Rodjendan!

Slovak: Vsetko najlepsie k narodeninam!

Slovene: Vse najboljse za rojstni dan!

Sotho: Masego motsatsing la psalo!

Spanyol: Feliz Cumplea–os!

Sri Lankan: Suba Upan dinayak vewa!

Sundanese: Wilujeng Tepang Taun!

Surinamese: Mi fresteri ju!

Swahili: Hongera! or Heri ya Siku kuu!

Swedish: Grattis pŒ fšdelsedagen

Syriac: Tahnyotho or brigo!

Tagalog (Philippines): Maligayang Bati Sa Iyong Kaarawan!

Taiwanese: San leaz quiet lo!

Tamil (India): Piranda naal vaazhthukkal!

Telugu (India): Janmadina subha kankshalu!

Telugu: Puttina Roju Shubakanksalu!

Thai: Suk San Wan Keut!

Tibetan: Droonkher Tashi Delek!

Tulu(Karnataka – India): Putudina dina saukhya!

Turkish: Dogum gunun kutlu olsun!

Ukrainian: Mnohiya lita! or Z dnem narodjennia!

Urdu (India): Janam Din Mubarak

Urdu (Pakistan): Saalgirah Mubarak!

Vietnamese: Chuc Mung Sinh Nhat!

Visayan (Philippines): Malipayong adlaw nga natawhan!

Welsh: Penblwydd Hapus i Chi!

Xhosa (South Afican): Imini emandi kuwe!

Yiddish: A Freilekhn Gebortstog!

Yoruba (Nigeria): Eku Ojobi!

Zulu: (South Afican) Ilanga elimndandi kuwe

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Indonesia

25 Feb

Indonesia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Republic of Indonesia

Republik Indonesia
Flag National Emblem
Motto: Bhinneka Tunggal Ika  (Old Javanese)
Unity in Diversity

National ideology: Pancasila[1][2]
Anthem: 

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Indonesia Raya
“Great Indonesia”

Capital
(and largest city)
Jakarta
6°10.5′S 106°49.7′E
Official language(s) Indonesian
Ethnic groups (2000) Javanese 40.6%
Sundanese 15%
Madurese 3.3%
Minangkabau 2.7%
Betawi 2.4%
Bugis 2.4%
Banten 2%
Banjar 1.7%
other
or unspecified 29.9%
Demonym Indonesian
Government Unitary presidentialconstitutional republic
 – President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
 – Vice President Boediono
Legislature People’s Consultative Assembly
 – Upper house Regional Representative Council
 – Lower house People’s Representative Council
Independence The Netherlands
 – Declared 17 August 1945
 – Acknowledged 27 December 1949
Area
 – Land 1,919,440 km2 (15th)
735,355 sq mi
 – Water (%) 4.85
Population
 – 2011 estimate 237,424,363 (4th)
 – 2011 census 237,424,363[3]
 – Density 123.76/km2 (84th)
323.05/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2011 estimate
 – Total $1.105 trillion[3] (15th)
 – Per capita $4,657[3] (122nd)
GDP (nominal) 2011 estimate
 – Total $822.631 billion[3] (17th)
 – Per capita $3,464[3] (107th)
Gini (2011 {) 36.8 (medium)
HDI (2011) increase0.617[4] (medium) (124th)
Currency Rupiah (IDR)
Time zone various (UTC+7 to +9)
Drives on the Left
ISO 3166 code ID
Internet TLD .id
Calling code +62

Indonesia (Listeni/ˌɪndəˈniːʒə/ or /ˌɪndoʊˈniːziə/), officially the Republic of Indonesia (Indonesian: Republik Indonesia), is a country inSoutheast Asia and Oceania. Indonesia is an archipelago comprising approximately 17,508 islands.[5] It has 33 provinces with over 238 million people, and is the world’s fourth most populous country. Indonesia is a republic, with an elected legislature and president. The nation’s capital city is Jakarta. The country shares land borders with Papua New Guinea, East Timor, and Malaysia. Other neighboring countries include Singapore, Philippines, Australia, and the Indian territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Indonesia is a founding member of ASEAN and a member of the G-20 major economies. The Indonesian economy is the world’s seventeenth largest economy by nominal GDP and fifteenth largest by purchasing power parity.

The Indonesian archipelago has been an important trade region since at least the 7th century, when Srivijaya and then later Majapahittraded with China and India. Local rulers gradually absorbed foreign cultural, religious and political models from the early centuries CE, andHindu and Buddhist kingdoms flourished. Indonesian history has been influenced by foreign powers drawn to its natural resources. Muslim traders brought Islam, and European powers brought Christianity and fought one another to monopolize trade in the Spice Islands of Malukuduring the Age of Discovery. Following three and a half centuries of Dutch colonialism, Indonesia secured its independence after World War II. Indonesia’s history has since been turbulent, with challenges posed by natural disasters, corruption, separatism, a democratization process, and periods of rapid economic change.

Across its many islands, Indonesia consists of distinct ethnic, linguistic, and religious groups. The Javanese are the largest—and the politically dominant—ethnic group. Indonesia has developed a shared identity defined by a national language, ethnic diversity, religious pluralism within a majority Muslim population, and a history of colonialism and rebellion against it. Indonesia’s national motto, “Bhinneka Tunggal Ika” (“Unity in Diversity” literally, “many, yet one”), articulates the diversity that shapes the country. Despite its large population and densely populated regions, Indonesia has vast areas of wilderness that support the world’s second highest level of biodiversity. The country is richly endowed with natural resources, yet poverty remains widespread.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indonesia

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