Werbung / Advertisements

7 ways to wish Croatians a happy birthday

Alles Gute zum Geburtstag auf Kroatisch, Happy birthday in Croatian
Alles Gute zum Geburtstag auf Kroatisch, Happy birthday in Croatian

Happy birthday in Croatian

Alles Gute zum Geburtstag auf Kroatisch, Happy birthday in Croatian
Alles Gute zum Geburtstag auf Kroatisch, Happy birthday in Croatian
Werbung / Advertisements

Happy birthday in Croatian means: Sretan rođendan! As in the German language, this term is used quite often. However, other expressions are often found much more frequently on social networks and in informal and personal conversations. These are shorter, simpler and more familiar. Of course, there are more formal methods in Croatian as well.

7 ways to wish a Croat “a happy birthday”

Werbung / Advertisements

Below you will find many different ways in which you can congratulate a Croat as well as a Croat. Some of these are short forms and are particularly good for social media, while others have a slightly more general meaning. The variety allows you to choose the right shape for the phrase Happy Birthday.

  • Sretan rođendan! – Happy birthday (short informal form)
  • Sve najbolje za rođendan! – Happy Birthday (longer formal form)
  • Sretan rođendan i sve najbolje! – Congratulations on your birthday and all the best
  • Čestitam! – Congratulations
  • Sretno! – Good luck
  • Sve najbolje! – All the best
  • Moje čestitke! – My congratulations

Current Posts

  • Bus connections and buses on Corfu
    Werbung / Advertisements Corfu is one of the most beautiful and popular Greek islands, attracting visitors with an impressive mix of picturesque beaches, rich history and vibrant culture. To fully explore the island’s diversity,...
  • Rhodes Beaches and Rhodes Snorkeling
    Werbung / Advertisements Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese islands in Greece’s Aegean Sea, is famous for its rich history, archaeological sites and, of course, stunning beaches. The island is also a paradise for...
  • The Skiathos Bus System: A Comprehensive Guide
    Werbung / Advertisements Hello, travel enthusiasts! Today, we are taking you on a different kind of journey by giving you a deep insight into the bus system of Skiathos, the backbone of public transport...

The best thing to do is to apply your knowledge straight away and surprise a Croatian friend, acquaintance or relative with a “Happy Birthday” in Croatian. But do not be surprised if a “Hvala!” Or “Puno vam hvala!” Comes back – this means something like “(Thank you very much)”. And don’t forget: variety makes life more beautiful and impressive – so you have several options to congratulate a Croat.

Birthday gifts for a Croat

It is not always easy to choose the right birthday present. Vouchers, monetary gifts, books and the like are of course standard. You can’t go wrong here. However, Croatians are also happy about their local and regional products, which they otherwise rarely indulge in. Of course you can also mix this with your regional products to create a perfect gift.

More resources in Croatian

Werbung / Advertisements

You can find many more languages on this blog. Of course there are also many guides on other interesting topics. It is best to click your way through.

Happy birthday in other languages

Here you will find a post list about Birthday wishes in many other languages. In addition to birthday wishes, there are also wishes for a name day, Happy Easter, Happy New Year and Merry Christmas.

  • Happy birthday in Maori
    Werbung / Advertisements The Maori are an indigenous people of New Zealand who have a unique culture and traditions – including their own language. There are therefore different ways to congratulate Maori on their...
  • Happy Birthday in Hawaiian – 3 easy ways
    Happy birthday in Hawaiian Werbung / Advertisements Happy birthday in Hawaiian means “Hauʻoli Lā Hānau“. This terms are used most often because they are the standard phrases and can always be used. In social...
  • How do you say happy birthday in Yugoslavian?
    Werbung / Advertisements If you look at the official languages of the successor states of Yugoslavia today, Serbo-Croatian has disappeared. Instead, they speak Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian and Montenegrin. Nevertheless, everyone can still understand everyone....
  • Happy Birthday in Greek – 8 easy ways
    Werbung / Advertisements Happy birthday in Greek means: Χαρούμενα γενέθλια! (Charoúmena genéthlia) or Χρόνια πολλά (Xronia polla). Both phrases have the same meaning but the first one is more polite. As in the German language, this both...
  • Say “Happy Birthday” in Italian – 8 Easy Ways
    Werbung / Advertisements Bella Italia – this is easy. And a “Gelato alla stracciatella” should still be possible. But this should not be your entire knowledge of Italian. How about if you could say...

You may also like...

Werbung / Advertisements