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English to Urdu Greetings

Because greetings are so important to language, you might need to learn some to better communicate with others. If that's the case for you, then hopefully this page will help.

On this page you'll find many ways to say hello and goodbye in Urdu - all presented from English to Urdu - plus lists of timely greetings, holiday phrases, and other useful greeting words.

Note: Words in bold added during the last update. You can also view this list of greeting words from Urdu to English.

Hello in Urdu:

Hello ➔ Salaam

Reply to hello ➔ Wa alaikum assalam

Hello (when answering the phone) ➔ Helo

Welcome ➔ Khush aamdeed

Timely Greetings:

Good morning ➔ Salaam alaikum

Good morning ➔ Subha bakhair

Good afternoon ➔ Roz bakhair

Good night ➔ Salaam walekum

Good night ➔ Shabb bakhair

Goodbye in Urdu:

Goodbye ➔ Khuda hafiz

See you later / We'll meet again ➔ Phir milenge

Holiday Phrases in Urdu:

Happy birthday ➔ Salgirah mubarak

Merry Christmas ➔ Krismas mubarak

Other Useful Phrases in Urdu:

Have a nice day ➔ Aap ka din acha guzrae

Peace be upon you (Greeting) ➔ Assalam o alaikum

Sweet dreams ➔ Suhane khuwab

*List of greetings last updated: April 3, 2018.

English to Urdu Comprehension:

Can you answer these questions about Urdu greetings?

1. How do you say see you later in Urdu?
2. How do you say hello in Urdu translation?

Urdu to English Comprehension:

How about these questions that give you just the Urdu? Can you translate them back to English?

1. What is the English meaning of salaam walekum?


As many of the translations in the list above are user submitted, it's quite possible for there to be mistakes on the page. If you speak Urdu and have a correction you'd like to share, feel free to leave a message below. Thanks again for any help you can provide.

The Fine Print

I don't speak Urdu myself, so there could be mistakes in the translations. Most of what is here is user-submitted, but I do try to check for accuracy and make corrections as I can. Thanks for your understanding.

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