Palavras essenciais para se saber em vários idiomas

Afrikaans: koffie (pronounced coffee)

Albanian: kafe (pronounced KA-fey)

Amharic: buna (pronounced boona)

Arabic: kahioa or ahua (In Egypt and some other ares, coffee is typically served with sugar. To order it without sugar, say “ahua sada.”)

Armenian: surch (pronounced suurch) or sourdj

Basque: kafea or akeuta

Belarusian: kava

Bengali/Bangla: café (pronounced ka-FEY)

Bulgarian: kafe

Catalan: cafe

Chinese (Cantonese): ga feh

Chinese (Mandarin): kafei (both consonants are in "first tone" / are high and even in pronunciation)

Creole: kafe

Croatian: kava

Czech: kava (pronounced kaava) or kafe

Danish: kaffe (pronounced kah-FEY)

Dutch: koffie (pronounced coffee)

English: coffee

Esperanto: kafo

Estonian: kohv

Ethiopian Semitic (spoken in Ethiopia and Eritrea): bunna, buni or bun (Coffee beans got their name from the combination of “Kaffa,” a major Ethiopian coffee-producing area, and “bun.”)

Filipino/Tagalog: kape

Finnish: kahvi

French: café

Galician: café

Georgian: qava or chai

German: der Kaffee (pronounced kah-FEE; masculine; the “K” is capitalized because all German nouns are capitalized)

Greek: kafés (pronounced ka-FACE)

Haitian Creole: kafe (pronounced kah-FEY)

Hawaiian: kope

Hebrew: ka-feh

Hindi: kofi (pronounced KOH-fee)

Hungarian: kavé (pronounced KAH-vey)

Irish: caife

Italian: caffe (pronounced KA-fee)

Icelandic: kaffii

Indonesian: kopi

Japanese: koohii

Korean: keopi or ko-pyi

Latvian: kafija (pronounced ka-fee-ya)

Lithuanian: kava

Luxembourgish: Kaffi (like in German, all nouns are capitalized in Luxembourish)

Macedonian: kafe

Malay: kawah or koppi

Maltese: kafe

Norwegian: kaffe

Persian: qéhvé

Polish: kawa (pronounced kava)

Portuguese: café

Romanian: cafea (pronounced café-ah)

Russian: kofe (pronounced koe-fee)

Serbian: kafa

Slovak: kava (pronounced kah-va)

Slovenian: kave

Spanish: el café (masculine)

Sinhalese (Sri Lanka): kopi

Swahili: kahawa

Swedish: kaffe

Taiwanese: ka fei (same as Mandarin)

Tamil (Sri Lanka): kapi-kottai or kopi

Thai: kafea or ca-fea

Turkish: kahve (pronounced kah-VEY)

Ukrainian: kavy or kava

Urdu: coffee

Vietnamese: ca phe (pronounced ka FEY) or cafe

Wolof: kafe

Welsh: coffi (pronounced ko-FEE)

Yiddish: kave

Zulu: ikhofi

Fonte: http://coffeetea.about.com/od/historyculture/a/WordsForCoffee.htm
2012-06-26 14:40:00
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