How to say Good Afternoon in Nepali Language

How do I say Good Afternoon in Nepali Language

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This lesson relates how to say Good Afternoon in Nepali Language with some examples, greetings, discussion and conversation. These Goood afternoon lesson class and discussion are both in English and Nepali language as well as Nepali font. Here we are teaching you how to say Good afternoon in Nepali bhasa in this post, you are learning to say greeting in Nepalese local language. This may help you, especially for non Nepali native people while you are in Nepal. It may help you when you are talking with a Nepalese person.

National official language of Nepal is Nepali. Good afternoon is a one of the general greeting words or Greetingss in Nepal too. While we meet in the afternoon time, we often use this greeting word. So my friends, here we are trying to teach you that when you meet Nepali mother, father, aunt, auncle, mate,sister, brother, girlfriend, boyfriend, ex-boyfriend in this time, what to say in greeting.

For Saying good afternoon to your friend, father, sister, girlfriend, boyfriend, mate, relatives, mother, etc, let’s use this greeting in Nepali.
We have here some good morning sayings, discussion, conversation, greetings, SMS, wishes, messages and Shayari in Nepali Language. You can check afternoon wishes and text msg in English language.

How to say Good Afternoon in Nepali

Good afternoon in Nepali is SUBHA MADHYANHA, a word which is derived from combination of the two words Subha and Madhyanha. Where Subha means Good and Madhyanha means afternoon.

Let’s have a closer look at this Greetings, words, meaning and sentence. These two words good afternoon in Nepali, we’ll have best one word that is शुभ मध्यान्ह Shubha Prabhat. शुभ मध्यान्ह Shubha Prabhat.  is the nouns, the name of the greetings.

We also have the word ‘Good’ which means in Nepali Ramro राम्रो, Asal असल, Sundar सुन्दर, Shubha शुभ, Suva सुभ, etc and afternoon means diuso दिउँसो, madhyanha मध्यान्ह.

According to two words ‘good afternoon’

Good afternoon = Ramro Madhyanha राम्रो मध्यान्ह / Asal Madhyanha असल मध्यान्ह / Sundar Madhyanha सुन्दर मध्यान्ह
These are the right sentence in gramatically. But These are not used in speaking language. To say someone ‘good afternoon’ , we use Shubha Madhyanha शुभ मध्यान्ह.

You can also say,

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good afternoon= दिउँसोको नमस्कार Madhyanha ko Namaskar or दिउँसोको नमस्ते Madhyanha ko Namaste

Finally, How do I say good afternoon in Nepali Language

Good afternoon = Shubha Madhyanha शुभ मध्यान्ह
Good afternoon = मध्यान्हको नमस्कार Madhyanha ko Namaskar, sounds: Vihānakō namaskāra
Good afternoon = मध्यान्हको नमस्ते Madhyanha ko Namaste; sounds: Vihānakō namastē

Some sentences relates good afternoon

1. Good afternoon, Mr. Basnet. How are you.
शुभ मध्यान्ह. मिस्टर बस्नेत तपाईलाई कस्तो छ?
Prounciation: Śubha madhyānha. Mistara basnēta tapā’īlā’ī kastō cha?

2. good afternoon Mrs. Rama. Did you have Tea?
शुभ मध्यान्ह मिसेस रमा, चिया खानुभयो?
Prounciation: Śubha madhyānha misēsa ramā, ciyā khānubhayō?

Now, it’s turn to say good afternoon to different person. Then How do I say good afternoon to different people.

How do I say good afternoon in Nepali
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How do I say Good afternoon in Nepalese language

Greetings No. 1: to a friend
How to say Good afternoon to a friend in Nepalese language:
साथी / मित्र, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation or sounds: Sāthī/ mitra, Śubha Madhyānha.
साथी / मित्र, मध्यान्हको नमस्कार .
Pronouciation or sounds: Sāthī/ mitra, Vihānakō namaskāra.

Greetings No. 2: to a boyfriend
How do you say good afternoon to a boyfriend in Nepalese language:
प्रिय / मायालु, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation: Priya / māyālu, Śubha Madhyānha.
प्रिय / मायालु, मध्यान्हको नमस्कार .
Pronouciation: Priya / māyālu, Vihānakō namaskāra.

Greetings No. 3: to a girlfriend
How do I say good afternoon to a girlfriend in Nepalese language:
प्रिय / प्रियसी / मायालु, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
sounds: Priya/ Priyasī / māyālu, Śubha Madhyānha.
प्रिय / प्रियसी / मायालु, मध्यान्हको नमस्कार .
sounds: Priya / Priyasī / māyālu, Vihānakō namaskāra.

Greetings No. 4: to an ex-girlfriend
How do you say good afternoon to an ex-girlfriend in Nepalese language:
प्रिय, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
sounds: Priya, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 5: to an ex-boyfriend
How do I say good afternoon to an ex-boyfriend in Nepalese language:
प्रिय, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
sounds: Priya, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 6: to a husband
How do you say Good afternoon to a husband in Nepali Bhasha:
प्रिय / श्रीमानजी /पतिदेवजी, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
sounds: Priya / Śrīmānajī/ patidēvajī, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 7: to a wife
How do you say Good afternoon to a wife in Nepalese language:
प्रिय / श्रीमतिजी / पत्निजी, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
sounds: Priya / Śrīmatijī/ patnijī, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 8: to a younger sister
How do I say good afternoon to a younger sister in Nepali Bhasha:
बहिनी, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
sounds: Bahinī, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 9: to an elder sister
How do you say good afternoon to an elder sister in Nepalese language:
दिदी, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
sounds: Didī, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 10: to a younger brother
How do you say Good afternoon to a younger brother in Nepali Bhasha:
भाई, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
sounds: Bhā’ī, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 11: to an elder brother
How do I say good afternoon to an elder brother in Nepali language:
दाजु, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
sounds: Dāju, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 12: to a father
How do you say Good afternoon to a father in Nepali Bhasha:
बाबु / बुबा / बुआ, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
sounds: bābu/ bubā/ bu’ā, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 13: to a mother
How do I say good afternoon to a mother in Nepali language:
आमा, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Āmā, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 14: to a grand pa
How do you say Good afternoon to a grand pa in Nepali Bhasha:
हजुर बाजे / बाबु / बुबा / बुआ, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Hajura bājē/ bābu/ bubā/ bu’ā, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 15: to a grand ma
How do you say Gud afternoon to a grand ma in Nepali language:
हजुरआमा / बज्यै, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Hajura’āmā/ bajyai, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 16: to a son
How do I say Gud afternoon to a son in Nepali Bhasha:
छोरा, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Chōrī, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 17: to a daughter
How do you say Gud afternoon to a daughter in Nepali language:
छोरी, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Chōrī, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 18: to a father in law
How do I say Gud afternoon to a father in law in Nepali Bhasha:
ससुरा बाबु / बुबा / बुआ, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Sasurā bābu/ bubā/ bu’ā, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 19: to a mother in law
How do we say Gud afternoon to a mother in law in Nepali language:
सासुआमा, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Sāsu’āmā, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 20: to an elder sister in law
How do I say Gud afternoon to an elder sister in law in Nepali Bhasha:
आमाज्यू / भाउजु, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Āmājyū/ bhā’uju, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 21: to a younger sister in law
How do we say Gud afternoon to a younger sister in law in law in Nepali language:
साली / सोल्टिनीजी, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Sālī/ sōlṭinījī, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 22: to an elder brother in law
How do I say Gud afternoon to an elder brother in law in Nepali Bhasha:
जेठानज्यू, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Jēṭhānajyū, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 23: to a younger brother in law
How do we say Gud afternoon to a younger brother in law in law in Nepali language:
सालाज्यू, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Sālājyū, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 24: to an Uncle
How do we say Gud afternoon to an Uncle in Nepali Bhasha:
काका, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Kākā, Śubha Madhyānha.

Greetings No. 25: to an Aunt
How do I say good afternoon to an Aunt in Nepali language:
काकी, शुभ मध्यान्ह.
Pronouciation : Kāki, Śubha Madhyānha.

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