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Bulgarian words

When meeting someone, Bulgarians usually shake hands. Formal greetings include Kak ste? (“How are you?”) or Zdravaite (“Hello”). The informal equivalents, Kak si? and Zdrasti or Zdrave (“Health”), are used among friends, relatives, and colleagues. Other phrases include Dobro utro (“Good morning”), Dober den (“Good day”), Dober vetcher (“Good evening”), or Leka nosht (“Good night”). Close female friends might kiss each other on the cheek. First names are used in informal circumstances. Otherwise, professional titles or Gospodin (“Mr.”), Gospozha (“Mrs.”), or Gospozhitsa (“Miss”) and family names are used. When parting, it is common to say Do vizhdana (“Till I see you again”). Friends might also say Vsichko hubavo (“All the best”) or Ciao (“Goodbye”). Socializing in the home or in cafes is an important part of Bulgarian life. Friends and neighbours commonly drop by for a short visit without prior arrangement, and Bulgarians often invite friends over for dinner. Evening visits usually start after 8 pm and may last late into the night on special occasions. Bulgarians take pride in being hospitable and enjoy good conversation; it is considered rude to leave early.


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