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Ways to Find Peace, Paix, Vrede, Paz, and Kiyeengi

The New Testament encourages us to live in peace with our neighbors and with everyone. The Bible has been translated into many languages. Here are four verses in a few of the world's 7000 plus languages.

Romans 12:18 (NIV) If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone.

Galatians 5:22-23 (NIV) 22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law. 



1 Thessalonians 5:13 (NIV) Hold them in the highest regard in love because of their work. Live in peace with each other.

Jude 1:2 (NIV) Mercy, peace and love be yours in abundance.

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Kiyeengi (peace) in KiBeembe (beq) spoken in Beembe (Congo)            

Romans 12:18 mbuti bwadzuka, na diri mu miswa mya beenu, lo beenee na kiyeengi na baatu bobanso.

Galatians 5:22-23 Kasi kimbutu kya Mpeeve ngo: ntiilu, kiminu, kiyeengi, nkindusulu-mutima, mbweeyulu-mutima, nzala-baatu, kanyi, 23 bundeembu, nkebulu-nyutu. Mangisi mahele kitaatu na mya bubwo.

1 Thessalonians 5:13 Namitineenu kubvula kwebasiila mutima na kwebatya, mu ntoono kisalu ki bari na kyo. Beeneenu na kiyeengi beenu na beenu.

Jude 1:2 Hemese ngebe, kiyeengi na ntiilu bya Nzaambi, biba kuri beenu na fundu-fundu.

 

Lape or anpe or Trankilite in Seselwa Creole spoken along with French (paix) and English (peace) in the Seychelles.

Romans 12:18 Si i posib, fer tou sa ki depann lo zot, pour zot viv anpe avek tou dimoun.

Galatians 5:22-23 Me la bann fri ki Lespri i prodwi: Lanmour, lazwa, lape, pasyans, labonte, zenerozite, fidelite, 23 ladouser, kontrol lo son prop lekor. Lalwa pa kont bann keksoz parey.

1 Thessalonians 5:13 Annan bokou respe ek lafeksyon pour zot, akoz travay ki zot pe fer. Viv byen anpe ant zot.

Jude 1:2 Mon demande ki Bondye ava akord zot pardon, lape ek lanmour annabondans.

 

Wen kwin (peace) in Ozolotepec Zapotec spoken in Mexico

Romans 12:18 Ndoblo tsowaa tsa wen kwinaa kon reta men, asta plo take lo'aa. 

Galatians 5:22-23 Per lee re kuu ntsow Mbi Nayon leettsoo zha nak: nke leettsoo zha taben zha, naley nzo leettsoo zha, wen nzi zha kon Diox, nxek leettsoo zha reta kwaa, nabizt zha, wen nak zha, thib nyelaaz zha Diox, 23 nadoo nak zha, ne nabee zha lo kwerp zha, tsa tsowt zha kuu nlaaz kwerp zha. Neeka thib ley gagt ne lee re koree went nak.

1 Thessalonians 5:13 Ndoblo wen wii goo lo zha ne bke leettsoo goo zha kon dib ndroo leettsoo goo, por tsiin kuu ntsow zha lo goo. Ne noga ndoblo wen kwin goo thib goo ne tedib goo.

Jude 1:2 Nlazn kwathoz lat leettsoo Diox ne Diox goo, ne tsow Diox wen kwin goo, ne loo Diox yalnkelaaz chaan Diox lo goo.

 

Lunghip in Aimol (aim) or Aimal is the language of the Aimol people of Manipur, India. It is considered endangered and has less than 3,000 speakers worldwide

Romans 12:18 Hivahi a jot thei aninko, nang nin nan tor khan na mirakip le lunghip lungdai ha om ru. 

Galatians 5:22-23 Tak-ha Thavang Thiang ning a hong manra ha ko hi ani. Lungsiat, ningsat lungnem, khang thei, mi lungsiat, chuntho asat le takngai ha ani. 23 Lung nem ma a om, a tak a kan khit tor, hiva ngai jiang chena dan ning a jot lui ite khat om mak. 

1 Thessalonians 5:13 An chuan tho na chunga a sang tak a chit jak hale lungsiat a thoru, lunghip ha nan karra om rase. 

Jude 1:2 Puma ama manrit na lunghip le lungsiat ha nang ni jiang sip rase.

 

Jiriar or ujiriar (peace) in Chorti (caa) a Mayan language, spoken by the indigenous Maya people who are also known as the Ch'orti' or Ch'orti' Maya in Guatemala and Western Honduras 

Romans 12:18 Cawiric cab'a tua' machi cache unumse ub'a otronte', y cachic lo que uyub'ion tua' cach'ami e jiriar taca tunor e gente.

 

Parmaasir (peace) in Bimoba (bim). The Bimoba people inhabit an area on the Eastern part of Tempane-Garu and Nalerigu districts in Ghana and Togo.

Romans 12:18

 

Utondwalo (peace) utondowazi (peace) ivanya ku (make peace v) ivana ku (be at peace) tondwala ku (be at peace v)  mwivanisi wa mwevanya wa (peacemaker) in Zigula (ziw) or Zigua or Chizigua or Mushunguli or Mushungulu, a Bantu language spoken in Tanzania, northeastern region and Somalia.

Romans 12:18 Damanyani chila chikudahika mwenyu kutenda na utondowazi kwa chila mntu. 

Galatians 5:22 Mna ulailo wa kulongozwa ni Muye Akukile ni ungi, chinyemi na utondowazi na ujijimizi chisekwesekwe na wedi na uzumizi, 23 kuhola na kwelongoza mwenye. Hahana sigilizi ikudaha kuhiga mbuli izo.

1 Thessalonians 5:13 Watunyiseni na kuwaunga kwachausa che ndima wakudamanya mtende na utondowazi.

Jude 1:2 Nawaungilani mbazi na utondowazi na ungi kulaila kwa Chohile vyongezekele mwenyu.

 

Marapeha (peace) in Anganiwai or Kahua (agw) The Kahua language is a member of the family of San Cristobal languages, and is spoken in the southern part of the island of Makira, formerly known as San Cristobal in the Solomon Islands. It has also been called Anganiwai, Narihua, Wanoni

Romans 12:18 Igamu maremi, mu ama ni uhungia nga, hanana mu komanira na enoni hato. 

Galatians 5:22-23 22 Ma na Higona Apu ki katora na enoni, ka hetakuiheri, ka vagevage monari i obata, ka marape, ka piringiape, ka hekomaniheri, ka hekorokoro, ka hetongesurige, 23 ka haritagi, ma ka hagaotora mareta. I asa na ramata, vige tamasi pusigi na tarani mangagi na ani ngegana. 

1 Thessalonians 5:13 Mu hanetasira ngavê, ma kamu takuira ngavê, renia ngaira ka tamanigamu bâraha. Mu hekomaniheri.

Jude 1:2 I koro, ka raharaha teha i pasimi na takiha, na marapeha ma na hetakuiha.

 

Pau (peace) in Catalan spoken in Catalonia the Valencian Region, the Balearic Islands, the Franja (Fringe of Aragon), in Andorra, Roussillon and Alghero (Sardinia)

Romans 12:18 Si es possible, en tant que depengui de vosaltres, viviu en pau amb tothom.

Galatians 5:22-23 22 En canvi, el fruit de l'Esperit es: amor, goig, pau, tolerancia, afabilitat, bondat, fidelitat, 23 senzillesa i autodomini. Contra aquestes coses no hi ha cap llei.

1 Thessalonians 5:13 tingueu-los en gran estima i amor per consideracio a la seva tasca. Tingueu pau entre vosaltres.

Jude 1:2 La misericordia, la pau i l'amor crei-xents siguin amb vosaltres.

 

Pokoji (peace) or pokoj in Cestina or Cesky spoken in Czech

Romans 12:18 Jestlize jest mozne, pokudzna vas jest, se vsemi lidmi pokoj majice,

Galatians 5:22-23 22 Ovoce pak Ducha jestit': Laska, radost, pokoj, tichost, dobrotivost, dobrota, vernost, krotkost, stredmost. 23 Proti takovymt' neni Zakon.

1 Thessalonians 5:13 A velice je milujte pro praci jejich. A mejte se k sobe vespolek pokojne.

Jude 1:2 Milosrdenstvi vam a pokoj i laska budiz rozmnozena.

 

Peace Words in Many Languages

Okikiamgenoka, Kamignokawôgan  in Abenaki spoken in North America

Salaamata in Afar spoken in Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti

Vrede in Afrikaans spoken in South Africa

Apunno) in Ainu spoken in Japan

Asmomdwoe in Akan spoken in West Africa

Salmu in Akkadian spoken in Mesopotamia (extinct)

Ittimokla in Alabama spoken in North America

Paqe in Albanian spoken in Albania, Kosovo

Wâki Ijiwebis-I in Algonquin spoken in North America

Fréda in Alsatian (Alemannish) spoken in France, Switzerland

Salm in Amharic spoken in Ethopia, Egypt

Eirn in Ancient Greek spoken in Miditerranean (extinct) and liturgical

Friþ, Frið in Anglo Saxon (Old English) spoken in England (extinct)

Salaam in Arabic spoken in North Africa, Mideast, Central Asia, and liturgical

Patz in Aragonese spoken in Spain

Shlamaa in Aramaic (Syriac, Assyrian) spoken in Iraq, Iran, Syria, and liturgical

Pakjy, Paqe in Arbëresh (Arbyresh) spoken in Southern Italy

Xaaowt‘yown in Armenian spoken in Armenia

Nti in Assamese spoken in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan

Paz in Asturian spoken in Spain

Reqel in Avar spoken in Caucasus

Axšti in Avestan spoken in Iran (extinct)

Hacaña in Aymara spoken in Bolivia

Sülh in Azerbaijani (Azeri) spoken in Azerbaijan

Here, Errébé in Bambara spoken in Mali

NyiEe in Bangi (Bobangi) spoken in Congo

Sàn in Basaa spoken in Cameroon

Baké in Basque spoken in Spain, France

Pardamean in Batak spoken in Indonesia

Fridn in Bavarian (Bayrisch) spoken in Bavaria (Germany)

Mir),  (pakoj) in Belarusian spoken in Belarus

Mutenden, Ukwikala mu in Bemba spoken in Zambia

Nti in Bengali (Bangla) spoken in Bangladesh, India

Kalinaw in Bisaya spoken in Brunei

Pís in Bislama spoken in Vanuatu

Innaihtsi'iyi in Blackfoot spoken in North America

Makonakon in Bobo spoken in Burkina Faso

Lumana, Salama in Boko spoken in Benin, Nigeria

Mir in Bosnian spoken in Bosnia

Asûdaî in Brahui spoken in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran

Peoc'h, pèc'h in Breton spoken in France

Mir in Bulgarian spoken in Bulgaria

Goom-jigi in Buli spoken in Ghana

Nrim-khyam-ye) in Burmese spoken in Myanmar

Gunnammwey in Carolinian spoken in Micronesia

Pau in Catalan spoken in Spain

Kalinaw, Kahusayan in Cebuano spoken in Philippines

Minaggen in Chamorro spoken in Guam

Mashar in Chechen spoken in Chechnya (Caucasus)

Dohiyi in Cherokee (Tsalagi) spoken in North America

Nanomonsetôtse in Cheyenne spoken in North America

M'tendere in Chichewa (Chewa, Nyanja) spoken in Malawi

Nanna Ayya in Chickasaw spoken in North America

Hépíng in Chinese (Mandarin, Putonghua) spoken in China, Singapore, etc

Achukma in Choctaw spoken in North America

Ñch'chocoya in Ch'ol (Tumbalá) spoken in Chiapas (Mexico)

Aylobaha Gafuleya in Chontal (Tequistlatec) spoken in Mexico

Kunammwey in Chuuk spoken in Truk

Bride, Vride in Cimbrian (Tzimbro, Tàuc') spoken in Trentino, Veneto (Italy)

Tsumukikiatu in Comanche spoken in North America

Hirn in Coptic spoken in Egypt (extinct)and liturgical

Cres in Cornish spoken in Cornwall (extinct)

Pace in Corsican spoken in Corsica (France)

Wetaskiwin, Papayatik in Cree spoken in North America

Mir in Croatian spoken in Croatia

Mír in Czech spoken in Czech Republic

Fred in Danish spoken in Denmark, Greenland

Sulh in Dari spoken in Afghanistan, Iran

Esslama in Darja spoken in Algeria

Sulha in Divehi (Maldivian) spoken in Maldives

Mbw´né in Dschang (Yemba) spoken in Cameroon

Musango in Duala spoken in Cameroon

Vrede in Dutch (Flemish) spoken in Netherlands, Belgium

Gzhi-bde in Dzongkha spoken in Bhutan

Emem in Efik spoken in Nigeria

Muka-Muka in Ekari spoken in Indonesia

Peace in English spoken in UK, Ireland, North America, Australia, New Zealand, Sub-Saharan Africa, Carribean, etc.

Paco in Esperanto spoken in 

Rahu in Estonian spoken in Estonia

Pas in Etruscan spoken in Italy (extinct)

Utifafa in Ewe (Évé) spoken in West Africa

Kutula in Fanagolo spoken in South Africa

Friður in Faroese (Faeroese) spoken in Faroe Islands

Vakaçegu in Fijian spoken in Fiji

Rauha in Finnish spoken in Finland, Sweden, Russia

Fifâ in Fon spoken in Benin

Paix in French spoken in France, Belgium, Canada, Caribbean, West Africa, Polynesia, etc.

Frede in Frisian spoken in Germany, Netherlands

Pâs in Friulian (Frulan) spoken in Friuli (Italy)

Jam in Fula (Falani) spoken in West Africa

Paz in Galician (Gallegan) spoken in Spain, Portugal

Darangilaü in Garifuna spoken in Honduras, Belize

Salm in Ge'ez spoken in Ethiopia, Eritrea (liturgical)

Mšvidoba) in Georgian spoken in Georgia

Friede, Frieden in German spoken in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Italy, Belgium

Gawairþi) in Gothic spoken in Central Europe (extinct)

Iríni in Greek spoken in Greece, Cyprus

Irqigsiniq, Erigsine in Greenlandic (Kalaallisut) spoken in Greenland

Filìa in Griko spoken in Puglia (Italy)

Pé in Guadeloupe / Martinique Creole spoken in the Caribbean

Aprvé, Ñerane'i, Py'aguapy in Guarani spoken in Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil

Nti in Gujarati spoken in India, Pakistan

Peace in Gullah (Geechee) spoken in Georgia / Sourth Carolina sea islands (USA)

Lapè in Haiti / Guiana Creole (Kreyol) spoken in the Caribbean

Lùmaanàà, Salamàà in Hausa spoken in Nigeria

Maluhia in Hawaiian spoken in Hawaii

Shalom) in Hebrew spoken in Israel and liturgical

Paghidait in Hiligaynon (Ilongo) spoken in the Philippines

Nti in Hindi spoken in India, Nepal, Uganda, Suriname

Taim billong sikan in Hiri Motu spoken in Papua New Guinea

Kev tiaj tus in Hmong spoken in China, Viet Nam, Laos, Thailand

Lolomi in Hopi spoken in North America

Béke in Hungarian spoken in Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, etc.

Friður in Icelandic spoken in Iceland

Paco in Ido spoken in Nigeria

Udo in Igbo (Ibo) spoken in Nigeria

Chibanda in Ila spoken in Zambia

Kappia in Ilocano spoken in Philippines

Kedamaian in Indonesian (Bahasa) spoken in Indonesia

Mashar in Ingush spoken in Ingutia (Caucasus)

Pace in Interlingua spoken in 

Pace in Interlingue spoken in 

Saimmasimaniq in Inuktitut spoken in Canada

Kiñuiñak, Tutqiun in Iñupiaq spoken in Alaska

Síocháin in Irish spoken in Ireland

Salm in Ishkashmi spoken in Central Asia

Pace in Italian spoken in Italy, Switzerland

Saychid in Ivatan spoken in Philippines

Satta in Jamaican Creole (Rasta, Jam Dung) spoken in Caribbean

Heiwa in Japanese spoken in Japan

Amikekia in Jatibonicu Taino spoken in Puerto Rico

Rukun in Javanese spoken in Indonesia

Lahna in Kabyle spoken in Algeria

Shaamti in Kannada spoken in India

Rauhu, Vienosti in Karelian spoken in Russia, Finland

Amn in Kashmiri spoken in Kashmir (India, Pakistan)

Beybitšilik in Kazakh spoken in Kazakhstan

Tuktuquil usilal in Kekchi spoken in Guatemala, Belize

Santiphap in Khmer spoken in Cambodia

Thayu in Kikuyu (Gikuyu) spoken in Kenya

Jjv in Kildi Sami spoken in Russian Arctic

Nimuhóre, Amahoro in Kinyarwanda (Rwanda, Ruanda) spoken in Rwanda

Ttnçtk) in Kirghiz (Kyrgyz) spoken in Kirghizstan, China

Ilifayka in Koasati (Coushatta) spoken in North America

Fridde in Kölsch spoken in Germany

Kikœndi in Kongo spoken in Congo

Pyonghwa) in Korean spoken in Korea

Mihs in Kosraean spoken in Micronesia

Hasîtî,  (hasiti),  (hast) in Kurdish spoken in Kurdistan (Turkey, Syria, Iran, Iraq)

Pêš, Pêsc in Ladin spoken in Trentino-Alto Adige (Italy)

Pas,  in Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) spoken in Turkey, Israel, North Africa

Wolakota in Lakota (Dakota) spoken in North America

Text in Language spoken in Where

Santiphap) in Lao spoken in Laos

Pax in Latin spoken in Rome (extinct) and liturgical

Miers in Latvian spoken in Latvia

Achwangundowagan in Lenape (Delaware) spoken in North America

Paxe in Ligurian spoken in Liguria (Italy)

Vreij in Limburgan (Limburgish) spoken in Belgium

Kímía in Lingala spoken in Congo

Pace in Lingua Franca spoken in Europe, North Africa, Middle East (extinct)

Taika in Lithuanian spoken in Lithuania

Panpi in Lojban spoken in 

Pas in Lombard spoken in Lombardy, Piedmont, Trentino (Italy); Ticino (Switzerland)

Nala in Lozi spoken in Zambia

Emirembe in Luganda spoken in Uganda

Fridd, Fridden in Luxemburgish (Lëtzebuergesch) spoken in Luxembourg

Mir in Macedonian spoken in Macedonia

Kali lintad in Magindanoan spoken in Philippines

Fandriampahalemana in Malagasy (Malgache) spoken in Madagascar

Keamanan, Damai in Malay spoken in Malaysia

Samaadhaanam in Malayalam spoken in India

Pai in Maltese spoken in Malta

Kayiroo in Mandinka spoken in Senegal, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau

Linew in Manobo spoken in Philippines

Shee in Manx spoken in Isle of Man

Rangima'arie, Nohopuku, Rongo in Maori spoken in New Zealand

Uvchin, Tügkülen in Mapundungun spoken in Chile

Diakatra in Maranao spoken in Philippines

Ntt in Marathi spoken in India

Ainemon in Marshallese spoken in Marshall Islands

Koosi in Masaba (Lumasaba) spoken in Uganda

Hálá in Mawu spoken in West Africa

Prî Lâni in Mayangna (Sumu) spoken in Nicaragua

Fräd in Mennonite Low German spoken in North/South America, Europe

Wôntôkóde in Micmac spoken in North America

Pes, Pise, Pees, ... in Middle English spoken in England (extinct)

Vride in Middle High German spoken in Central Europe (extinct)

Skn' in Mingo (Unyææshæötká') spoken in North America

Kupia Kumi Laka in Miskito spoken in Nicaragua

Anachemowegan in Mohican (Mahican, Mohegan) spoken in North America

Onpek in Mokilese spoken in Micronesia

Pace in Moldavian (Moldavan) spoken in Moldava

Enx tajvan in Mongolian spoken in Mongolia

Bóoto in Mongo-Nkundu spoken in Congo

Lâfí in Mossi (Moré) spoken in Burkina Faso

Ittimokla in Muskogee (Creek) spoken in North America

Tlamatcanemiliztli, Mocehuia in Náhuatl (Aztec) spoken in Mexico, Guatemala

Iow in Nauruan spoken in Nauru

K'é, Hozo in Navajo (Navaho) spoken in North America

Shanti in Nepali spoken in Nepal

'Éyewi in Nez Perce spoken in North America

Cütü in Nganasan spoken in Siberia

Tecócatú in Nhengatu spoken in Brazil

Ráfi in Northern Sami spoken in Sweden, Finland, Russia

Fred in Norwegian spoken in Norway

Nye in Ntomba spoken in Congo

Patz, Pas, Sarra in Occitan (Provençal, Languedocian) spoken in France

Bangan, Bisaniwewin in Ojibwa (Chippewa) spoken in North America

Mír in Old Church Slavonic spoken in Eastern Europe (liturgical)

Pais in Old French spoken in France

Fridu in Old High German spoken in Central Europe (extinct)

Friðr in Old Icelandic spoken in Iceland

Friðr in Old Norse spoken in Scandinavia (extinct)

Pakajan in Old Prussian spoken in Baltic (extinct)

Friðu in Old Saxon spoken in Saxony (extinct)

Erray in Olkola spoken in Australia

Maxu in Oluta spoken in Nicaragua

Chkenon in Onandaga spoken in North America

Nagaya,  (nagaya) in Oromo spoken in Ethiopia, Kenya

Hmetho in Otomi spoken in Mexico

Nwebin in Ottawa (Odawa) spoken in North America

Búdech in Palauan spoken in Palau

Sma, Santi in Pali spoken in India

Kapayapan in Pampangan (Kapampangan) spoken in Philippines

Kareenan in Pangasinan spoken in Philippines

Nti in Panjabi (Punjab) spoken in Pakistan, India

Dodolimdag in Papago-Pima spoken in North America

Pas in Papiamentu spoken in Netherlands Antilles

Sola in Pashto spoken in Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan

Va'i jaha in Paumarí spoken in Brazil

Solh in Persian (Farsi) spoken in Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Azerbaijan

Pás in Piedmontese spoken in Piedmont (Italy)

Yatanpa in Pintupi-Luritja spoken in Australia

Pokój in Polish spoken in Poland

Melelilei in Ponapean spoken in Micronesia

Gutpela taim in Port Moresby Creole spoken in Papua New Guinea

Paz in Portuguese spoken in Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, etc

E'tokmite'k in Potawatomi spoken in North America

Cohqwaivwh in Powhatan spoken in North America

Anka Kay, Qasikay, Aligu, Sonqo Tiaykuy in Quechua spoken in Peru

Pasch in Raeto-Romance (Romansch) spoken in Switzerland

Kiba-kiba, Pava in Rapanui spoken in Chile

Pès, Pas, Pèsa in Romagnolo (Emiliano) spoken in Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy (Italy), San Marino

Pace in Romanian spoken in Romania, Hungary, etc

Smirom in Romany (Gypsy, Tsigane) spoken in Europe, South America, etc

Huag Totoka in Rotuman spoken in Fiji

Magogoso in Roviana spoken in Solomon Islands

Amahoro in Rundi (Kirundi, Urundi) spoken in Burundi

Mir in Russian spoken in Russia

Däilama in Sa'a spoken in Solomon Islands

Filem, To'a in Samoan spoken in Samoa

Nti in Sanskrit spoken in India (extinct, liturgical)

Pache in Sardinian (Barbaricino) spoken in Sardinia (Italy)

Paxi in Sardinian (Campidanese) spoken in Sardinia (Italy)

Paghe in Sardinian (Logudurese) spoken in Sardinia (Italy)

Pace in Scots spoken in Scotland

Sìth in Scottish Gaelic spoken in Scotland

Mir in Serbian spoken in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia

Miisax ihom siijoz in Seri spoken in Mexico

Runyaro, Dendemaro in Shona spoken in Zimbabwe

Te-njo in Sichuan Yi spoken in China

Paci in Sicilian spoken in Sicily (Italy)

Anti in Sindhi spoken in Pakistan, India

Samaya in Sinhalese spoken in Sri Lanka

Wo'okeyeh in Siouan (Sioux) spoken in North America

Mier in Slovak spoken in Slovak Republic

Mir in Slovene spoken in Slovenia, Austria, Italy

Nabáda in Somali spoken in Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia

Kgotso, Khotso in Southern Sotho (Sesotho, Sesuthu) spoken in South Africa

Paz in Spanish spoken in Spain, North/South America, Carribean, etc

Sanpak, Pak in Sudovian (Jatvingian) spoken in Baltic (extinct)

Amani, Salama in Swahili spoken in East Africa

Kuthála in Swati (Siswati) spoken in Swaziland

Fred in Swedish spoken in Sweden, Finland

Kapayapáan, Katahimikan, Mabuhay in Tagalog (Pilipino) spoken in Philippines

Hau in Tahitian spoken in Tahiti

Sti or Sulh in Tajik spoken in Tajikistan, Afghanistan

Amaithi in Tamil spoken in India

Rô in Tarawan spoken in Micronesia

Tnçlk in Tatar spoken in Russia

Nti in Telugu spoken in India

Santipap in Thai spoken in Thailand

Zhi-bde in Tibetan spoken in Tibet

Salm in Tigrinya (Tigrigna) spoken in Eritrea

Li-k'ei in Tlingit spoken in North America

Malino, Melino in Tonga spoken in Zambia

Khotso, Kagiso in Tswana (Setswana) spoken in Botswana

Bar in Turkish spoken in Turkey, Cyprus

Parahatçylyk in Turkmen spoken in Turkmenistan, Afghanistan

Asomdwee in Twi spoken in West Africa

Tinçlik in Uighur (Uygur) spoken in China, Central Asia

Mir in Ukrainian spoken in Ukraine

Pokoj in Upper Sorbian (Wendish) spoken in Germany

Sulh or Sulah or Amn in Urdu spoken in Pakistan, India, Central Asia

Tinçlik in Uzbek spoken in Uzbekistan, Central Asia, China

Pau in Valencian spoken in Spain

Pase in Veneto (Venetian) spoken in Veneto, Venezia Giulia (Italy)

Venošti in Veps (Vepsä) spoken in Russia, Finland

Hòa Bình,  (hoà bình) in Vietnamese spoken in Viet Nam

Püd in Volapük spoken in 

Nyimbur-ma in Wagiman spoken in Australia

Påye in Walloon spoken in Belgium

Iawa-nyinami in Warlpiri spoken in Australia

Heddwch, Tangnefedd in Welsh spoken in Wales

Mina in Wintu spoken in North America

Gumund in Woleaian spoken in Micronesia

Jàmm in Wolof spoken in West Africa

Scan-o-nie in Wyandot (Huron) spoken in North America

Uxolo in Xhosa spoken in South Africa, Botswana

Sholim or Ffridn in Yiddish spoken in Israel, USA, Russia, etc

Alaáfía in Yoruba spoken in Nigeria, Benin, Togo

Kiñuiñak in Yu'pik spoken in Alaska, Canada

Layeni, Binlo in Zapotec spoken in Mexico

Mosojej in Zoque (San Miguel Chimalapa Soke) spoken in Mexico

Isithangami, Ukuthula in Zulu spoken in Southern Africa

 

 



 

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