Mother's Day is celebrated across the globe. Read further to know how you can say 'Happy Mother's Day' in different languages.

Mother's Day In Different Languages

"Hundreds of dewdrops to greet the dawn,
Hundreds of bees in the purple clover,
Hundreds of butterflies on the lawn,
But only one mother the wide world over."
~George Cooper
We celebrate Mother's Day to honor our mothers and also to celebrate motherhood, motherly bond and the inspiration of moms in society. Mother's day is celebrated all over the world on various days, yet most commonly in March, April, or May. The place that a mother holds in a child's heart is same all around the world. A mother is like a guiding star, without whose guidance a child will be lost. 'Mom', 'Maa', 'Mae', or 'Haha', the words might be different in different languages but they signify same everywhere unconditional care, love, concern and sacrifice. Mother's Day is the day to let your know how special she is for you! This day is celebrated across the globe though date and celebrations differ from country to country. But one thing, which remains common everywhere is wishing 'Happy Mother's Day'. Mothers have been recognized in a special way for thousand years Here we bring to you, different ways of saying 'Happy Mother's Day' in different languages. So, this Mother's Day, surprise your mother by wishing her 'Happy Mother's Day' in a different language.

Happy Mother's Day In Different Languages
  • Arabic: Eed omm sa-eed
  • Chinese Mandarin: 母亲节快乐 (traditional: 母親節快樂) Mǔqīnjié kuàilè
  • Czech: Den Matek
  • Danish: Mors dag
  • Dutch: Gelukkige Moederdag
  • Finnish: Äitienpäivä
  • French: (La) Fête des mères ("Day of Mothers")
  • German: Alles Gute/Liebe zum Muttertag!
  • Hindi: Matri Divas
  • Hungarian: Anyák Napja
  • Indonesian & Malay:  Selamat hari ibu
  • Irish: Lá na Máithreacha
  • Italian: (La) Buona Festa della mamma
  • Japanese: 母の日 (Haha-no Hi omedetō)
  • Korean:  Eomeoni-nal or Ŏmŏni-nal
  • Malay: Hari Ibu
  • Mauritian Creole: Bonne fête mama
  • Polish: wszystkiego najlepszego w dniu matki
  • Portuguese (standard) : (O) Dia da Mãe
  • Portuguese (Brazilian) : Dia das Mães ("Day of Mothers")
  • Spanish: Día de la Madre
  • Swedish: Mors dag
  • Turkish: Anneler Günü
  • Icelandic: Mæðradagur
  • Indonesian: Hari Ibu
  • Lithuanian: Laimingos motinos dienos!
  • Japanese: Haha no Hi
  • Korean: Oboi Nal
  • Latvian: Mates diena
  • Malay: Hari Ibu
  • Maltese: Jum l-Omm
  • Montenegrin: Dan majki
  • Norwegian: Morsdag
  • Persian: Rúze mâdar gerâmi bâd
  • Polish: Dzien Matki
  • Portuguese: Dia da Mãe
  • Romanian: Ziua mamei
  • Spanish:  Madre
  • Slovak: Den matiek
  • Slovenian: Materinski dan
  • Swedish: Mors dag
  • Swahili: Liepstacoq Bua
  • Tagalog: Maligayang araw ng mga ina
  • Tamil: Annaiyar Dhinam
  • Turkish: Anneler Gününüz kutlu olsun!
  • Welsh: Suly Mamau
  • Malayalam: Ammamar Dinam
  • Kannada - Ammandira Dina
  • Vietnamese: Ngày của Mẹ (officially Ngay quoc te Nu - "International Women's Day")
  • Ukrainian: Свято Матері
  • Urdu: Maanon Ka din mubarak ho
Mother In Different Languages
  • French – Mere
  • Indonesian - Induk, Ibu, Biang, Nyokap
  • Albanian - Mëmë; Nënë; Burim; Kryemurgeshë
  • Belarusian - Matka
  • Portuguese - Mãe
  • Hindi - Maji
  • Urdu - Ammee
  • English - Mom, Mummy, Mother
  • Italian – Madre
  • German - Mutter
  • Dutch - Moeder; Moer
  • Estonian - Ema
  • Greek - Màna
  • Hawaiian - Makuahine
  • Ilongo - Iloy; Nanay; Nay
  • Frisian - Emo, Emä, Kantaäiti, Äiti
  • Czech - Abatyse
  • Hungarian - Anya, Fu
  • Cebuano - Inahan; Nanay
  • Serbian – Majka
Mothers are the sweetest gift that god has gifted us. Nevertheless, we all must make it as a habit to keep in our heart of the several sacrifices she has made while raising us. The mother's day fiesta is established on the emotional bond shared between mother and a child.