Domo arigatoh(Thank you very much)
Domo arigato gozaimasu(in polite)
Ich danke dir. (I thank you.)
In greek language to thnak we say : efcharisto (stress on the ending o).
to say thank you very much : efcharisto poly (stress on the ending y).
Tänan! Suur tänu! Aitäh!
Tänan Teid! (formal or plural - thank you)
Tänan Sind! (informal - thank you=
obrigado (if this is a man speaking)
obrigada (if this is a woman speaking)
Woodrow has already given u arabic so here's thank you in maltese
Thank You very much is Merci beaucoup
Todah - thank you
Todah rabbah - thank you very much
Or if you want to be very formal:
Ani modeh lekha (man to man) - I thank you
Ani modah lakh (woman to woman) - I thank you
Hodot lekha (to a man)/ lakh (to a woman) - thanks to you
Rav todot - many thanks
Hamon todah - many thanks (very informal)
I could go on, formal and classical Hebrew have many ways of giving thanks, this is after all a biblical language with a big vocabulary of words used in worship and prayer...
Thank you! = Obrigado!
The Arabic word for thank you is SHUKRAN
In Russian Spasiba (pronounced spa-siba)Thank you very much - spasiba bolshoye (spa-siba balsho-yeah).
Thank you is 'Grazzi'
Thank you very much is 'Grazzi hafna'
¡Muchas gracias!When I went to Hawaii, I learned the Hawaian expression for "thanks":Mahalo (majalo)Mahalo to everybody!
EFXARISTO ΕΥΧΑΡΙΣΤΩ : )
EFKHARISTO POLI Thank you very much
EFKHARISTO POLI WITH THE ACCENT ON THE O AND IN THE SECOND WORD ON THE i
KH IS GUTTURAL LIKE JOTA IN SPANISH OR KH IN ARABIC, CH IN HEBREW