Happy Birthday – all about birthdays and horoscopes


 

Look forward to an entertaining time from the world of birthdays: inspiring gift ideas, the rise of the birthday, the birth of signs of the zodiac and horoscopes, the individual star signs and how to say "Happy Birthday" in 53 different languages. Just click on the headlines that interest you and enjoy!

Inspirational: out-of-the-ordinary & very personal birthday bouquets and plants



Bouquet or pot plant? What colours? And which add-on product would suit the birthday boy or girl? Our inputs will help.
  • Match your gift to the type: people can be unconventional, nature-loving, purist, sensitive, romantic or – in the best sense of the word – traditionalists and be attracted by timeless elegance. The particularly suitable colours, flowers and even add-on gifts may depend on this. Find out more about the subject on our special "Who is what type" page and get specific tips on gifts.

  • Surprise someone with a horoscope bouquet: astrologers also assign colours to the star signs in a horoscope. For example, fiery shades for Aries, yellow nuances for Gemini or pastels for Cancer. Fleurop's horoscope bouquets are composed in the appropriate colours.


You'll find our advice on gifts for particular types of people HERE.

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This is how birthdays began


 

The first definite knowledge about the celebration of birthdays comes down to us from Ancient Egypt. However, only the Pharaoh's birthday was celebrated there – not on the date when he came into the world, but on the day of his coronation. The Egyptian people believed this was the day that the Pharaoh was transformed into a god. And this "birth" was more important than the earthly one. The birthday of a Pharaoh is also mentioned in the Bible. But even here, Egyptologists agree that this referred to his coronation day. Later on, the Romans appear to have been the first people who celebrated not only the birthdays of divinities and leaders, but also those of prosperous citizens. To preserve birthday boys from evil, they called to protective spirits on such occasions. Invitations, blessings, gifts, speeches and poems were also in evidence. Only the birthdays of boys and men were celebrated, those of girls and women were only included from the 12th century onwards.

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In China, you're born at the age of one


 

When and how do the Chinese celebrate birthdays? It's hard to say, as even the date of a birth is highly controversial. Because quite apart from the fact that a Chinese person is considered to be one year old at the time of their birth, rice growers and cattle herders saw no reason at all why they should bother about such irrelevancies as birthdays until around 30 years ago. Then they suddenly needed ID documents, which presented people with problems: many of them had no idea of their date of birth. There was also the tricky issue of the two calendars. In China, there's the moon calendar, which determines the whole of your personal life ... and the official sun calendar, which is the one we're familiar with. It's just that the ID document contained some dates according to one calendar and some according to the other, and sometimes even a fantasy date because some folk had no idea when they were born. That's why birthdays are rarely celebrated. But if they are, then birthday noodles are on the menu on the day when their ID says they were born. They're a symbol of longevity, because ... well, because they're long, longer than our spaghetti.

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Zodiac signs are symbolic images


 

Even thousands of years ago, ancient peoples observed configurations in the sky and named them after animals, heroes and gods. Astrology is thought to have originated in Mesopotamia, where the Sumerians pursued the science as early as the 3rd millennium before Christ. As in all high cultures, observing the stars played an important role and was therefore frequently in the hands of the priesthood. For example, auspicious times for sowing and harvesting were determined by the stars. But rulers also sought the advice of astrologers on starting battles. Around 500 B.C., experts on the heavenly bodies from Mesopotamia and Greece worked closely together. The division of the "ecliptic" (apparent movement of the sun and planets) into twelve sectors of equal size that is still in common use was developed in this era: the signs of the zodiac that are familiar to this day. At first, they were associated with constellations of the same name. However, as the stars moved constantly with the cycle of the year, western astrologers used the tropical zodiac from around the time of Christ's birth onwards. This is based on the four pivotal points in the annual cycle, regardless of the stars: in other words, the spring equinox, the summer solstice, the autumn equinox and the winter solstice. The tropical zodiac serves the western horoscope as a measuring circuit. The sign of the zodiac in which the sun is positioned at the time of a person's birth is considered to be that person's star sign.

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Birth horoscopes and the mysterious glimpse of future time


 


Birth horoscopes existed long before ordinary mortals celebrated their birthdays. Such horoscopes originated in Babylon, where one has been found dating back to the year 410 B.C. These early horoscopes consisted of information about the position of the planets in the signs of the zodiac, with the addition of very simple interpretations. For example: "His days will be many". They became more detailed later on. With precise facts about the date, time and place of birth, the character and other personal features could also be read from the birth horoscope. In Greek antiquity, horoscopes were mainly drawn up for rulers and priests or for a community. Later, wealthy Romans were the first to have individual horoscopes created for themselves. By the way:  special positions of the planets were considered to be a sign of great power for a new ruler. The word "horoscope" comes from Greek and is composed of "hora", which means hour or time, and "skopein", which means to glimpse or look. A horoscope is thus, so to speak, "a glimpse into time".

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Star sign Aries: impulsive


 


Birthday: 21 March to 20 April

Aries subjects are courageous, ambitious, adventurous and strong-willed. They are impulsive, self-confident and forthright. They're fighters by nature and master their lives without fear of obstacles. Aries people always want to handle everything on their own, but have to learn to accept help and act as part of a team.
  • Planet: Mars
  • Element: Fire
  • Keyword: I am
  • Season: Beginning of spring
  • Archetype: Fighter, warrior
  • Mission: Self-assertion
  • Colours: Glowing colours, shades of red 
  • Lucky gems: Carnelian, ruby, red agate
  • Famous Aries subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Alec Baldwin, Marlon Brando, Jackie Chan, Charlie Chaplin, Keira Knightley, Eddie Murphy, Sarah Jessica Parker, Gregory Peck, Quentin Tarantino, Emma Watson
    • Literature: Samuel Beckett, Wilhelm Busch, Maxim Gorky, Heinrich Mann, Patrick Süskind, Edgar Wallace, Tennessee Williams, Emile Zola
    • Painting: Vincent Van Gogh
    • Music: Johann Sebastian Bach, Eric Clapton, Céline Dion, Aretha Franklin, Elton John, Lady Gaga, Herbert Grönemeyer, Joseph Haydn, James Last


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Star sign Taurus: dependable


 


Birthday: 21 April to 20 May

Taurus subjects are self-assured, stubborn, persevering and hard-working, but also capable of enjoying life to the full. They are loyal friends and protect those they love. People born under Taurus keep their feet on the ground. They only take a risk if they are certain that whatever they stake will not be wasted.
  • Planet: Venus
  • Element: Earth
  • Keyword: Ownership
  • Season: Mid-spring
  • Archetype: Epicure, farmer
  • Mission: Security
  • Colours: Pleasant, gentle pastels of all colours 
  • Lucky gems: Carnelian, lapis lazuli, rose quartz, rhodonite, emerald, sapphire, topaz
  • Famous Taurus subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Pierce Brosnan, George Clooney, Penélope Cruz, Audrey Hepburn, Jack Nicholson, Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer, Barbra Streisand
    • Literature: Honoré de Balzac, Charlotte Brontë, Max Frisch, Christian Morgenstern, William Shakespeare
    • Painting: Josef Beuys
    • Music: Johannes Brahms, Cher, Joe Cocker, Ella Fitzgerald, Udo Lindenberg, Sergei Prokofiev, Peter Tchaikovsky, Stevie Wonder


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Star sign Gemini: persuasive


 


Birthday: 21 May to 21 June

They are adroit, tolerant, have a sense of humour and are fascinating. They're entertaining and friendly, but without demanding long-term relationships. Geminis enjoy debate, are persuasive and make ideal mediators. Because Gemini subjects juggle a lot of balls in the air at any one time, they always have to try to stay centred so as not to lose themselves. 
  • Planet: Mercury
  • Element: Air
  • Keyword: Thinking
  • Season: Transition from spring to summer
  • Archetype: Thinker, intellectual
  • Mission: Combating the dichotomy between outside influences and their inner world
  • Colours: Light and airy colours, likes a mixture
  • Lucky gems: Citrine, amber, orange calcite 
  • Famous Gemini subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Johnny Depp, Clint Eastwood, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Morgan Freeman, Angelina Jolie, Stan Laurel, Marilyn Monroe
    • Literature: Ian Fleming, Ken Follett, Heinrich Hoffmann, Federico Garcìa Lorca, Robert Ludlum, Thomas Mann, Alexander Pushkin, Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Johanna Spyri
    • Painting: Albrecht Dürer, Paul Gauguin, Egon Schiele, Diego Velàzquez
    • Music: Miles Davis, Bob Dylan, Edvard Grieg, Dean Martin, Paul McCartney, Lionel Richie, Robert Schumann, Richard Strauss, Richard Wagner


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Star sign Cancer: helpful


 


Birthday: 22 June to 22 July

Cancer subjects are romantic and sensitive. They live in the depths of their soul. To protect their delicate inner life, they generally develop a protective shell as early as childhood. They are good-natured, helpful and good listeners. Cancer subjects will literally do anything for their family because they're constantly in search of a real home.
  • Planet: The moon
  • Element: Water
  • Keyword: Feeling
  • Season: Early summer
  • Archetype: Carer
  • Mission: Devotion to their emotions and finding their personal home
  • Colours: Pastels
  • Lucky gems: Aventurine, chalcedony, chrysocolla, chrysoprase, carnelian, moonstone, rhodochrosite, emerald, pearl
  • Famous Cancer subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Tom Cruise, Harrison Ford, Tom Hanks, Sylvester Stallone, Meryl Streep, Robin Williams
    • Literature: Ernest Hemingway, Hermann Hesse, Franz Kafka, Gottfried Keller, Pablo Neruda, Erich Maria Remarque, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
    • Painting: Marc Chagall, Frida Kahlo, Gustav Klimt, Peter Paul Rubens
    • Music: Gustav Mahler, George Michael, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Ringo Starr


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Star sign Leo: strong-willed


 


Birthday: 23 July to 23 August

Leo subjects are self-confident, strong-willed and impulsive, but can also lie blissfully in the sun and indulge themselves. They are loyal and generous towards partners and friends and never forget if someone has done them a favour. Leo subjects don't just want to be loved for themselves, but for their deeds.
  • Planet: The sun
  • Element: Fire
  • Keyword: Being 
  • Season: Midsummer
  • Archetype: King 
  • Mission: Living
  • Colours: Brightly radiant, warm colours such as sunshine and golden yellow, reddish orange
  • Lucky gems: Rock crystal, amber, citrine, topaz, diamond, carnelian, onyx, quartz, peridot, ruby
  • Famous Leo subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Antonio Banderas, Sandra Bullock, Götz George, Alfred Hitchcock, Jennifer Lopez, Robert de Niro, Daniel Radcliffe, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Patrick Swayze
    • Literature:  Emily Brontë, Charles Bukowski, Elias Canetti, Aldous Huxley, Stieg Larsson, Guy de Maupassant, Joanne K. Rowling, George Bernard Shaw
    • Painting: Emil Nolde, Giorgio Vasari, Andy Warhol
    • Music: Louis Armstrong, Helene Fischer, Whitney Houston, Mick Jagger, Madonna


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Star sign Virgo: straightforward


 


Birthday: 24 August to 23 September

Virgo subjects are quiet, diligent, tidy-minded, adaptable and wise and enjoy taking responsibility. They are keen observers and draw their own conclusions. They approach everything in a straightforward and systematic way. Virgos have a lot of empathy and enjoy serving the community at large.
  • Planet: Mercury
  • Element: Earth
  • Keyword: Analysis
  • Season: End of summer, harvest time
  • Archetype: Analyst, alternative medicine practitioner, doctor
  • Mission: Be adaptable and help others
  • Colours: Discreet colours such as pale yellow and white
  • Lucky gems: Tiger-eye, citrine, yellow topazFamous Virgo subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Ingrid Bergmann, Sean Connery, Greta Garbo, Richard Gere, Romy Schneider, Charlie Sheen
    • Literature: Agatha Christie, Paulo Coelho, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Stephen King, Eduard Mörike, Rosamunde Pilcher, Leo Tolstoy
    • Painting: Caspar David Friedrich
    • Music: Ray Charles, David Garrett, Michael Jackson, B. B. King, Beyoncé Knowles, Peter Maffay, Freddie Mercury, Anna Netrebko, Amy Winehouse


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Star sign Libra: truth-loving


 


Birthday: 24 September to 23 October

Libra subjects are likeable, sophisticated and aesthetically inclined, and draw on their enormous "love reservoir" whenever they can. They stand for relationships of all kinds, need harmony and would do anything to bring warring parties together again. Librans also create art and beauty and are tactful, polite and tolerant.
  • Planet: Venus
  • Element: Air
  • Keyword: Balance
  • Season: Early autumn
  • Archetype: Lawyer, artist
  • Mission: Mediate and make people aware of the beauty in the world
  • Colours: Pleasantly soft pastels of all colours, e.g. yellow and orange
  • Lucky gems: Aquamarine, aventurine, beryl, citrine, jade, nephrite, opal, peridot, smoky quartz, green tourmaline
  • Famous Libra subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Julie Andrews, Brigitte Bardot, Catherine Deneuve, Michael Douglas, Christiane Hörbiger, Klaus Kinski, Marcello Mastroianni, Walter Matthau, Roger Moore, Gwyneth Paltrow, Christopher Reeve, Will Smith, Sigourney Weaver, Kate Winslet, Catherine Zeta-Jones
    • Literature: Miguel de Cervantes, Günter Grass, Heinrich von Kleist, Donna Leon, François Mauriac, Arthur Miller, Günther Wallraff, Oscar Wilde
    • Painting: Alberto Giacometti
    • Music: Bob Geldorf, George Gershwin, Udo Jürgens, John Lennon, Luciano Pavarotti, Giuseppe Verdi, Eminem, Franz Liszt


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Star sign Scorpio: intense


 


Birthday: 24 October to 22 November

Scorpio subjects have enquiring minds, willpower and deep emotions. They have a soft centre behind a hard shell. They love profundity and are attracted to the hidden facets of society. Scorpio subjects love passionately and uncompromisingly. A partner is the way to their total transformation.
  • Planet: Pluto
  • Element: Water
  • Keyword: Desire
  • Season: Mid-autumn
  • Archetype: Magician, shaman
  • Mission: Transformation of the dark parts of their own character into light
  • Colours: Colours that express excitement, such as dark red and garnet red
  • Lucky gems: Agate, aquamarine, carnelian, chalcedony, chrysoprase, garnet, haematite, obsidian, smoky quartz, ruby, red tourmaline
  • Famous Scorpio subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Roberto Benigni, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jodie Foster, Whoopi Goldberg, Anne Hathaway, Vivien Leigh, Demi Moore, Julia Roberts, Meg Ryan, Martin Scorsese, Luchino Visconti
    • Literature: Albert Camus, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Selma Lagerlöf, Astrid Lindgren, Klaus Mann, Friedrich Schiller, Voltaire
    • Painting: Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Auguste Rodin, Jan Vermeer
    • Music: Gilbert Bécaud, Georges Bizet, Björk, Paul Hindemith, Niccolò Paganini, Eros Ramazzotti, Johann Strauss, Conchita Wurst


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Star sign Sagittarius: tolerant


 


Birthday: 23 November to 21 December

Sagittarius subjects love things to be elegant, but also casual and unconventional. They are adventurous, open, tolerant and understanding. In order to arrive at their own view of the world, Sagittarians engage with foreign cultures, religions and philosophy. Many Sagittarians even travel all over the world to broaden their horizons.
  • Planet: Jupiter
  • Element: Fire
  • Keyword: Awareness
  • Season: End of autumn, transition to winter
  • Archetype: Priest, philosopher 
  • Mission: Know themselves, seek and proclaim the meaning of life
  • Colours: Strong autumn colours such as rust red, yellow, dark orange
  • Lucky gems: Amethyst, rock crystal, beryl, chalcedony, garnet, lapis lazuli, sapphire, sodalite, spinel, topaz
  • Famous Sagittarius subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Woody Allen, Walt Disney, Kirk Douglas, Anke Engelke, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Brad Pitt, Til Schweiger, Steven Spielberg
    • Literature: Jane Austen, Heinrich Böll, Friedrich Engels, Gustave Flaubert, Heinrich Heine, Rainer Maria Rilke, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Mark Twain
    • Painting: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec 
    • Music: Ludwig van Beethoven, Maria Callas, José Carreras, Gaetano Donizetti, Jimi Hendrix, Edith Piaf, Frank Sinatra, Tina Turner


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Star sign Capricorn: persevering


 


Birthday: 22 December to 20 January

Capricorn subjects are persistent, strong-willed, tough, dependable and diligent. They pursue a straightforward and correct path, but also have a soft side for all their single-mindedness. It is primarily the family that is of special importance to Capricorns.
  • Planet: Saturn
  • Element: Earth
  • Keyword: Doing, action
  • Season: Early winter
  • Archetype: Politician, judge
  • Mission: Self-discipline
  • Colours: Strong yellow, indigo
  • Lucky gems: Amethyst, beryl, cat's eye, malachite, moss agate, onyx, peridot, smoky quartz, rose quartz, ruby
  • Famous Capricorn subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Humphrey Bogart, Nicolas Cage, Kevin Costner, Gérard Depardieu, Marlene Dietrich, Federico Fellini, Mel Gibson, Cary Grant, Oliver Hardy, Diane Keaton, Hildegard Knef, Denzel Washington
    • Literature: Simone de Beauvoir, Friedrich Dürrenmatt, Umberto Eco, Theodor Fontane, Rudyard Kipling, Molière, Edgar Allen Poe, Kurt Tucholsky, Carl Zuckmayer
    • Painting: Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse, Sophie Täuber-Arp
    • Music: Joan Baez, David Bowie, Janis Joplin, Elvis Presley, Giacomo Puccini, Rod Stewart


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Star sign Aquarius: unconventional


 


Birthday: 21 January to 19 February

Aquarius subjects are dependable, freedom-loving, unconventional and sociable. They can also be very kind. They like to help socially disadvantaged people and empathise with everyone. They need space and don't like to be fenced in.
  • Planet: Uranus
  • Element: Air
  • Keyword: I know
  • Season: Mid-winter
  • Archetype: Fool, mad scientist
  • Mission: Free themselves of all restrictions and create something new
  • Colours: Pale to lemon yellow
  • Lucky gems: Amazonite, amethyst, aquamarine, hawk's eye, garnet, jasper, sapphire, blue topaz, turquoise
  • Famous Aquarius subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Jennifer Aniston, James Dean, Clark Gable, Gene Hackman, Nastassja Kinski, Ashton Kutcher, Jack Lemmon, Paul Newman, Burt Reynolds, John Travolta
    • Literature: Vicky Baum, Bertolt Brecht, Charles Dickens, John Grisham, James Joyce, William Somerset Maugham, Boris Pasternak, Stendhal, Jules Verne, Virginia Woolf
    • Painting: Edouard Manet, Gerhard Richter 
    • Music: Dieter Bohlen, Phil Collins, Plàcido Domingo, Falko, Bob Marley, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Axl Rose, Shakira, Franz Schubert, Justin Timberlake, Robbie Williams


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Star sign Pisces: sensitive


 


Birthday: 20 February to 20 March

Pisces subjects are sensitive and have a strong aesthetic sense. They are intelligent, creative and have strong interpretative skills. In addition, they like to help out, spontaneously and without counting the cost. Pisceans can be great idealists and devote themselves totally to a good cause.
  • Planet: Neptune
  • Element: Water
  • Keyword: Faith
  • Season: Transition from winter to spring
  • Archetype: Doctor, priest, teacher
  • Mission: Find redemption in this world
  • Colours: Purple, white, opal colours, colours that express desire
  • Lucky gems: Amethyst, blue quartz, fluorite, jade, moonstone, opal, sapphire
  • Famous Pisces subjects:
    • Film & theatre: Ursula Andress, Drew Barrymore, Bernardo Bertolucci, Glenn Close, Daniel Craig, Peter Fonda, Joachim Fuchsberger, Spike Lee, Jerry Lewis, Anna Magnani, Liza Minnelli, Heinz Rühmann, Elizabeth Taylor, Bruce Willis
    • Literature: Victor Hugo, John Irving, Erich Kästner, Karl May, John Steinbeck, John Updike
    • Painting: Michelangelo Buonarroti
    • Music: Harry Belafonte, Enrico Caruso, Johnny Cash, Frédéric Chopin, Kurt Cobain, Georg Friedrich Händel, George Harrison, Brian Jones, Glenn Miller, Liza Minnelli, Rihanna, Antonio Vivaldi


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Happy Birthday in 53 languages


 

  • Afrikaans: Gelukkige Verjaarsdag
  • Albanian: Gzuar Dit-lindjën
  • Arabic: eid mīlad sa'aīd
  • Basque: Zorionak zuri
  • Belarusian: Z dniom naradžennia
  • Bengali: shubho jônmodin
  • Bosnian: Sretan rođendan
  • Breton: Deiz-ha-bloaz laouen
  • Bulgarian: Čestit rožden den
  • Burmese: muay net mar pyaw chin ba zay
  • Cantonese: sàangyaht faailohk
  • Catalan: Per molts anys
  • Corsican: Felice anniversariu
  • Creole: Bòn fèt
  • Croatian: Sretan rođendan
  • Czech: Všechno nejlepší
  • Danish: Tillykke med fødselsdagen
  • Dutch: Gefeliciteerd met je verjaardag
  • English: Happy Birthday
  • Esperanto: Feliĉan naskiĝtagon
  • Estonian: Palju õnne sünnipäevaks
  • Farsi: tavallodet mobārak
  • Finnish: Hyvää syntymäpäivää
  • Flemish: Gelukkige verjaardag
  • French: Joyeux anniversaire
  • German: Alles Gute zum Geburtstag
  • Greek: Hróña Pollá
  • Hebrew: Yom Huledet Sameakh
  • Hindi: janmadin mubārak ho
  • Hungarian: Boldog születésnapot
  • Icelandic: Til hamingju með afmælið
  • Indonesian: Selamat ulang tahun
  • Inuktitut: Nalliuniqsiutsiarit
  • Irish Gaelic: Breithlá sona duit
  • Italian: Buon compleanno
  • Korean: saeng-il chukha hamnida
  • Kurdish: Rojbûna te pîroz be
  • Latvian: Apsveicu dzimšanas dienā
  • Lithuanian: Sveikinu gimtadienio proga
  • Macedonian: Sreken rodenden
  • Malagasy: Arahaba ianao
  • Maltese: Nixtieqlek jum għeluq sninek sabiħ
  • Mandarin: shēngrì kuàilè
  • Norwegian: Gratulerer med dagen
  • Polish: Wszystkiego najlepszego
  • Portuguese: Feliz aniversário, parabéns
  • Romanian: La mulți ani
  • Russian: S dniom roždenija!
  • Serbian: Srećan rođendan
  • Slovakian: Všetko najlepšie k narodeninám
  • Slovenian: Vse najboljše
  • Spanish: Feliz cumpleaños
  • Swahili: Furaha katika siku yako ya kuzaliwa!
  • Swedish: Grattis på födelsedagen
  • Tamil: iniya pirandha naal nalvaazthukkal
  • Thai: sùk san wan gèrt
  • Turkish: Doğum günün kutlu olsun
  • Ukrainian: Z dnem narodžennia
  • Vietnamese: Chúc mừng sinh nhật
  • Welsh: Penblwydd hapus


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