How to say “Harry Potter” in LOTS of Different Languages!

Wotcher Harry Potter fans!

I was feeling pretty bored, so I decided to make this little chart for you:

Harry Potter in:

Yiddish: פּלאָגן פּאַטער

Welsh: Harri chrochenydd

Ukrainian: Гаррі Поттер

Serbian: Хари Потер

Russian: Гарри Поттер

Persian (below):

هری پاتر

// Macedonian: Хари Потер

Lithuanian: Haris Poteris

Lativian: Harijs Poters

Korean:해리 포터

Hindi: हैरी पॉटर

Japanese: ハリーポッター   (look! SMILEY! ッ)

Hebrew (below):

הארי פוט

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// Greek: Χάρι Πότερ

Filipino: looban manggagawa ng palayok

Chinese: 哈利波特

Bulgarian: Хари Потър

Belarusian: Гары Потэр

Arabic:هاري بوتر

I hope you found this interesting! Thanks for visiting this website Harry Potter fans!


P.S. The “smiley face” in Japanese is actually a t: トン ッ . 🙂

P.S.S. Writing this made me even more bored. 😉

P.S.S.S. There are of course, many more languages, but they are the same, “Harry Potter.”


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6 Responses to How to say “Harry Potter” in LOTS of Different Languages!

  1. HAYDEN says:

    How did you get all this stuff!!!???!!!

  2. Zach says:

    I think Drahpish is right. HP s a name, but it can still be written in other languages with different character systems. For example, “harry potter” in Arabic would be “هاري بوتر”

    • Sarah says:

      Yes, in most languages, ex: French, Harry Potter is just Harry Potter, because it is a name.
      But, we can’t credit Drahpish on this too much, he said a bad acronym!
      Well, unless your Molly Weasley with Voldemort…. 😐

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