Chinese New Year is right around the corner, and we’re getting ready to celebrate a new year and a new start.
On behalf of Drops, we want to wish you a Happy New Year and share our warmest wishes with you.
In the new year, we wish you all:
Are you feeling festive?
With Drops, you can get ready for the Year of the Ox by learning to say “ox”, or “bull”, in more than 40 languages. Don’t miss out on ringing in the new year with this fun, seasonal vocabulary!
In English, there are many words for 牛 or “cow” depending on the gender or purpose of the animal. You might hear bull, steer, heifer, calf, or even dairy cow. But the most common translation of 牛年 (niú nián) is “Year of the Ox”.
In this article, we’d like to help you learn how to say 公牛 (gōngniú, “bull”) in 41 languages.
So without any further ado, collected for you all in one place below, you’ll find the word for “bull” as taught in Drops in more than 40 languages. That way, when Spring Festival rolls around, you’ll be able to show off your new knowledge.
Let’s show off!
牛气哄哄！🐂 (Niúqi hōng hōng!)
Note: Some languages have the romanization along with the original text.
Here’s how to say “bull” or “ox” in different languages:
And that’s it! Now you know how to say “bull” in 41 languages.
Which language do you think you’ll use the most?
And now that you’ve started along the path to learning this new word, keep up the momentum and join us in the Drops app to learn more!