How do you say Happy Birthday in Polish-Today you will learn how to wish someone happy birthday in Polish language. Stick to this whole article to know how to wish happy birthday in Polish with some variations. Since every language has it’s own distinctive verbal, there’s a way of saying happy birthday in Polish. Wishing Happy birthday in a good manner shows that you are respecting them and you want them to feel good on their birthday.
How to Say Happy Birthday in Polish
How to Say Happy Birthday in Polish-“Wszystkiego najlepszego” it’s written in Polish and it means “Best Of Luck”. Well it is not happy birthday and it is not what you are looking for. But you can the idea on how to say happy birthday in Polish with “Best of luck” sentence in polish.
The way you say happy birthday in Polish is little different than a normal english Happy birthday. If we literally translate Happy birthday in polish than the meaning of the translation will not suit because of the grammar difference.
How to Say Happy Birthday in Polish-You can say “Wszystkiego najlepszego z okazji urodzin” for happy birthday. If we translate the exact meaning of the sentence then it means “All the best on your birthday”. It does not mean happy birthday but this is the correct way to wish someone happy birthday in polish language.
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Polish also have a tradition of singing a traditional song in birthdays which can be also sing in other occasions like namedays and marriage. The song is about expressing the feelings and wishing them 100 years of age. Sto lat means 100 years in polish which is a form of wish in polish. You can also say sto lat as a wish in a suitable occasion. I’m sure the person you are talking will bring a bright smile on his/her face.