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How to say TREE in 50 languages with Europe in a Day!

Although they’re a common type of plant found all over the world and most of us see them everyday (even those of us living in major cities), amazingly there is no universally agreed definition of what exactly makes a tree!

With elongated stems or trunks, there are countless species of trees and some estimates suggest there could be over 3 trillion individual trees worldwide – just as well, as they perform a vital role in maintaining our atmosphere and climate! Little wonder trees have long been revered and the mythologies of cultures around the world feature stories and legends about them!

Here is how to say tree in the 50 languages of Europe in a Day! Also check out what how to say Christmas Tree too!

  1. Albanian – Dru
  2. Arabic – شجرة (Shajara)
  3. Armenian – Ծառ (Tsarr)
  4. Azerbaijani – Ağac
  5. Basque – Zuhaitz
  6. Belarusian – Дрэва (Dreva)
  7. Bulgarian – Дърво (Durvo)
  8. Catalan – Arbre
  9. Croatian – Drvo
  10. Czech – Strom
  11. Danish – Træ 
  12. Dutch – Boom
  13. Estonian – Puu
  14. Faroese – Trø
  15. Finnish – Puu
  16. French – Arbre
  17. Georgian – ხე (Khe)
  18. German – Baum
  19. Greek – Δέντρο (Déntro)
  20. Greenlandic – Orpik
  21. Hungarian – Fa
  22. Icelandic – Tré
  23. Irish Gaelic – Crann
  24. Italian – Albero
  25. Jèrriais – Arbre
  26. Latin – Arbor
  27. Latvian – Koks
  28. Lithuanian – Medis
  29. Low German – Boom
  30. Luxembourgish – Bam
  31. Macedonian – Дрво (Drvo)
  32. Maltese – Siġra
  33. Manx – Billey
  34. Monégasque – Arburu
  35. Northern Sami – Muorra
  36. Norwegian – Tre
  37. Polish – Drzewo
  38. Portuguese – Árvore
  39. Romanian – Copac
  40. Russian – Дерево (Dyeryevo)
  41. Scots Gaelic – Craobh
  42. Serbian – Дрво (Drvo)
  43. Slovak – Strom
  44. Slovene – Drevo
  45. Spanish – Árbol
  46. Swedish – Träd
  47. Swiss German – Baum
  48. Turkish – Ağaç
  49. Ukrainian – Дерево (Derevo)
  50. Welsh – Coeden

Author: James Scanlan
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