How do you say goodbye in Cypriot?

What is goodbye in Greek Cypriot?


Remember to say goodbye to each person individually when leaving. Greek Cypriot – Yah sou. Turkish Cypriot – Allahaismarladik.

What does Yamas mean in Cyprus?

I know Yamas = cheers.

How do you say thank you in Cypriot?

Cypriots like to say thank you in many different ways, ‘teşekkür ederim‘ is used for almost every occasion. Locals like to give a gift back to say thank you.

What is I Love You in Cyprus?

The language is spoken by approximately 13 million people today.

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Essential Phrases
Hello Yia su
I love you Se aghapo
My baby Moro mu
My soul Psihula mu

What does Antio SAS mean?

“αντιο σας” or “antio sas” means “goodbye” in Greek.

What does Opa mean Greek?

Opa! Is an expression often used in Greek celebrations, weddings and dancing. It means joy, hooray or cheers. Often you might break plates too shouting opa!!!!!!

What is hello in Cypriot?

The verbal greeting among Greek Cypriots is “Yiasoo” (Hello), whilst the Turkish greeting is “Merhaba” or “Salam” (Hello).

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Is water safe to drink in Cyprus?

The safety of food and drinking water quality in Cyprus is monitored by the Health Inspectors of the Medical and Public Health Services of the Ministry of Health and the Local Authorities. Food and drinking water are of high quality, absolutely safe and no food or water-borne diseases occur.

Who owns Cyprus?

The Republic of Cyprus has de jure sovereignty over the entire island, including its territorial waters and exclusive economic zone, with the exception of the Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia, which remain under the UK’s control according to the London and Zürich Agreements.

What does Efcharistó mean?

To thank somebody you would say Efharisto (Ευχαριστώ). To say ‘You’re welcome’ you would say Parakalo (Παρακαλώ), which also happens to mean ‘Please’.

What does efharisto Poli mean?

English translation: Thank you very much.

How do you say yes in Cypriot?

Yes: evet. No: hayir (higher) Please: lutfen.

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