Learning how to say good morning in Telugu isn’t as hard as it might seem!
While learning an entire language takes years to master, learning how to say a common phrase is much easier. When learning to speak a new language, you may want to start with a few of these phrases.
Find out how to say good morning in Telegu as well as a few other common phrases.
Good Morning in Telugu
Saying good morning in Telugu is pretty easy. There are two ways to say good morning in Telugu.
The first is by saying, “Śubhōdayaṁ.” The second literal translation is, “Subhodayam.” Subha means good and udayam means morning.
While these two translations are the literal translations of the phrase good morning, they aren’t often used.
Whenever you see someone, you generally greet them by saying, “Namaskaram.” This simply means hello.
Telugu is a Dravidian language. This family of languages is primarily spoken in Southeast India and Sri Lanka.
Telugu is an official language of more than one Indian state — and only two other languages have the pleasure of saying that! This language is spoken in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Puducherry. It is the official language of a district of Puducherry, Yanam.
It’s also a minor language of the following states:
- Nicobar Islands
- Tamil Nadu
There are more than 75 million Telugu speakers across the globe. India is home to the highest concentration of people who speak Telegu as a first language. The only language with more native speakers in India is Hindi.
There are almost one million people who speak Telugu who live in the U.S. You’ll find the highest concentration of Telegu speakers in California, New Jersey, and Texas.
Common Telugu Phrases
If you want to learn a few common Telugu words and phrases, you can find some of them right here. The most common words in Telugu include:
Common Telugu phrases include:
How are you?: Neevu ela unnaavu?
I’m fine: Nenu kshemamgaa unnaanu
Good Night: Subha rathrilu
Thank you: Dandalu
Translating English to a Dravidian language family isn’t as easy as translating English to another Germanic family — meaning, Telugu translation isn’t the easiest!
Telugu also has three dialects, including:
- Kosta Andhra
Before translating English to Telugu, you’ll need to determine which dialect of Telugu you’re translating.
Telugu Sentence Structure
Before translating English to Telugu, you’ll also need to learn a little bit about Telugu sentence structure.
English follows a subject/verb/object (SVO) order and Telugu follows a subject/object/verb order (SOV).
If you’re trying to learn Telugu or translate words from English to Telugu (or the other way around), you’ll want to download a language translation app — particularly one that has a Telugu translation dictionary and possibly voice-to-text technology.
We recommend using machine translation software that has a Telugu translation tool and can easily translate text to speech, such as the Vocre app, available on Google Play for Android or the Apple Store for iOS.
Software such as Google Translate or Microsoft’s language learning app doesn’t offer the same English translation accuracy as paid apps.
Good Morning in Other Languages
Want to learn how to say good morning in different languages other than Telugu?
Vocre’s language translation app can help you learn how to say hello in Spanish as well as other common languages, such as Mandarin, Italian, Farsi, and more.