If you're struggling to move ahead with your Malayalam language lessons, this blog is perfect for you. Learning a new language can become a hassle when you don't have the proper routine and guidance. Therefore, we bring you this blog with amusing ways to say congratulations in Malayalam to help you indulge in conversations more easily.
While Malayalam words like Hi, Hello, Good morning, and Good night are easy to learn and necessary, having a blocked brain is expected. So, learning other typical Malayalam words like congratulations with proper Malayalam translation, such as നല്ല ജോലി (Good job), പോകാനുള്ള വഴി (Way to go), etc., can become significant assets during your stay. Especially in a state where people are welcoming and culturally bonded, the examples with meaning below will surely come in handy. Want to learn more synonyms and words? Continue reading and enjoy your Malayalam language journey!
We first need to learn how to say the word Congratulations in Malayalam. അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ is the Malayalam word for congratulations, and it is pronounced as abhinandanaṅṅaḷ. The most simple phrase that you can communicate using this word is "congratulations to you!" or നിനക്ക് അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ! (ninakk abhinandanaṅṅa).
Below are other verb variations of the word Congratulations that will help you frame sentences accordingly.
If we talk about definitions, "Congratulations" is a word we use when we praise someone's success. But that does not explain the entire definition. Wishing or congratulating someone shows that you recognize their hard work and support them in future endeavors. Especially in Kerala, people are amiable and close to one another. Staying numb during success and happiness can make you look cruel and ignorant.
Moreover, there are different ways of congratulating people on occasions and various types of acknowledgment. So learning a few translations and alternatives to this expression can be a good way for you to get on the locals' good side.
In this section, we will learn the primary way of congratulating someone and a few alternatives you can use according to different categoric forms. Please give a good read to get a precise idea!
Here are a few ways of congratulating someone in general situations with proper Malayalam translation.
This is one of the primary and most common ways of congratulating someone. It is pronounced as niṅṅaḷuṭe vijayattin abhinandanaṅṅaḷ and can be used in both formal and informal situations. It works best, especially when talking to a stranger or someone you have just met.
You can use "You did a good job" for a more informal one. The translation of the phrase is നിങ്ങൾ ഒരു നല്ല ജോലി ചെയ്തു, and the pronounce is niṅṅaḷ oru nalla jēāli ceytu. It can be used when congratulating someone you have known for a while and who succeeded in their job. Especially in the business sector or job promotions, the phrase niṅṅaḷ oru nalla jēāli ceytu works as the best option to make the other person's day!
Instead of directly congratulating someone, this is a more creative way of supporting your friend's success. Saying the words നിങ്ങൾ ഗംഭീരനാണ്- niṅṅaḷ gambhīranāṇ will give a boost of energy to the winning person and make them realize your support and acknowledgment.
"Keep it up" is also a standard word frame that can be used to support someone and show your appreciation. It is handy for formal situations, especially when acknowledging someone younger than you. The transliteration of the phrase is നിലനിർത്തുക, and it is pronounced as nilanirttuka.
If someone has done something extraordinarily remarkable, you can compliment them instead of just congratulating them. The following are some best ways of conveying your praise.
"You deserve it" is one of the best ways to make someone feel that they really earned that award or recognition. It is pronounced as ni at arhikkunnu, and you can use this phrase to congratulate and compliment anyone without miscommunication, be it formal or informal.
Another way of congratulating someone without saying congratulations and adding a compliment is "nicely done." The translation of the phrase is നന്നായി ചെയ്തു which is pronounced as nannāyi ceytu. It expresses the support of the hard-earned output and encourages the person to feel confident about their achievement. It is a good alternative if you are looking for easy ones!
Not very common yet a great option, way to go- pēākānuḷḷa vaḻi gives a boost to the person you are praising. Usually, only congratulations do not express what you mean. When you say "way to go," it tells that you appreciate the path they have taken, especially in cases where you are congratulating your juniors or someone younger. It helps them admit their ways and move ahead with confidence.
Here we will learn some common congratulating phrases that are situation-specific. You can use these according to the event without overthinking at the time. So give it a good read and start socializing with Malayali people.
|Congratulations on your engagement!||നിങ്ങളുടെ വിവാഹനിശ്ചയത്തിന് അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ!||niṅṅaḷuṭe vivāhaniścayattin abhinandanaṅṅaḷ!|
|Wishing you both a lifetime of joy||നിങ്ങൾ രണ്ടുപേർക്കും ജീവിതകാലം മുഴുവൻ സന്തോഷം നേരുന്നു||niṅṅaḷ raṇṭupērkkuṁ jīvitakālaṁ muḻuvan santēāṣaṁ nērunnu|
|Happy engagement||സന്തോഷകരമായ വിവാഹനിശ്ചയം||santēāṣakaramāya vivāhaniścayaṁ|
|Congratulations to the future couple||ഭാവി ദമ്പതികൾക്ക് അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ||bhāvi dampatikaḷkk abhinandanaṅṅaḷ|
|Cheers to your wedding||നിങ്ങളുടെ വിവാഹത്തിന് ആശംസകൾ||niṅṅaḷuṭe vivāhattin āśansakaḷ|
|You are engaged. Congrats!||നിങ്ങൾ വിവാഹനിശ്ചയം കഴിഞ്ഞു. അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ!||niṅṅaḷ vivāhaniścayaṁ kaḻiññu. abhinandanaṅṅaḷ!|
|You did an amazing job||നിങ്ങൾ ഒരു അത്ഭുതകരമായ ജോലി ചെയ്തു||niṅṅaḷ oru atbhutakaramāya jēāli ceytu|
|Keep up your hard work||നിങ്ങളുടെ കഠിനാധ്വാനം തുടരുക||niṅṅaḷuṭe kaṭhinādhvānaṁ tuṭaruka|
|Congratulations on your promotion||നിങ്ങളുടെ പ്രമോഷനിൽ അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ||niṅṅaḷuṭe pramēāṣanil abhinandanaṅṅaḷ|
|Congrats on your hard-earned promotion||നിങ്ങൾ കഠിനമായി സമ്പാദിച്ച പ്രമോഷന് അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ||niṅṅaḷ kaṭhinamāyi sampādicca pramēāṣan abhinandanaṅṅaḷ|
|Good luck with your new job||നിങ്ങളുടെ പുതിയ ജോലിക്ക് ആശംസകൾ||niṅṅaḷuṭe putiya jēālikk āśansakaḷ|
|You got the dream job. Congrats!||നിങ്ങൾക്ക് സ്വപ്ന ജോലി ലഭിച്ചു. അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ!||niṅṅaḷkk svapna jēāli labhiccu. abhinandanaṅṅaḷ!|
|Congrats to the brand new parents!||പുതിയ മാതാപിതാക്കൾക്ക് അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ!||putiya mātāpitākkaḷkk abhinandanaṅṅaḷ!|
|Welcome to motherhood||മാതൃത്വത്തിലേക്ക് സ്വാഗതം||mātr̥tvattilēkk svāgataṁ|
|Your little one is so lucky||നിങ്ങളുടെ കുഞ്ഞ് വളരെ ഭാഗ്യവാനാണ്||niṅṅaḷuṭe kuññ vaḷare bhāgyavānāṇ|
|Congratulations on the arrival of baby||കുഞ്ഞിന്റെ വരവിന് അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ||kuññinṟe varavin abhinandanaṅṅaḷ|
|Wishing your new family all the best||നിങ്ങളുടെ പുതിയ കുടുംബത്തിന് എല്ലാ ആശംസകളും നേരുന്നു||niṅṅaḷuṭe putiya kuṭumbattin ellā āśansakaḷuṁ nērunnu|
|I'm so happy for your new child||നിങ്ങളുടെ പുതിയ കുട്ടിയിൽ ഞാൻ വളരെ സന്തോഷവാനാണ്||niṅṅaḷuṭe putiya kuṭṭiyil ñān vaḷare santēāṣavānāṇ|
|So happy for you two!||നിങ്ങൾ രണ്ടുപേർക്കും വളരെ സന്തോഷം!||niṅṅaḷ raṇṭupērkkuṁ vaḷare santēāṣaṁ!|
|Welcome to the world, little one!||ലോകത്തിലേക്ക് സ്വാഗതം, കുഞ്ഞേ!||lēākattilēkk svāgataṁ, kuññē!|
|Congratulations on graduating||ബിരുദം നേടിയതിന് അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ||birudaṁ nēṭiyatin abhinandanaṅṅaḷ|
|Happy graduation day||ബിരുദദാന ദിനാശംസകൾ||birudadāna dināśansakaḷ|
|Congrats, you are a graduate now!||അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ, നിങ്ങൾ ഇപ്പോൾ ഒരു ബിരുദധാരിയാണ്!||abhinandanaṅṅaḷ, niṅṅaḷ ippēāḷ oru birudadhāriyāṇ!|
|What an achievement, congrats!||എന്തൊരു നേട്ടം, അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ!||enteāru nēṭṭaṁ, abhinandanaṅṅaḷ!|
|You did it!||നീ അതു ചെയ്തു!||nī atu ceytu!|
|You deserve the praise||നിങ്ങൾ പ്രശംസ അർഹിക്കുന്നു||niṅṅaḷ praśansa arhikkunnu|
|All the best for your future!||നിങ്ങളുടെ ഭാവിക്ക് എല്ലാ ആശംസകളും!||niṅṅaḷuṭe bhāvikk ellā āśansakaḷuṁ!|
Here you will learn some greeting words and synonyms if you haven't learned already. These will enhance your vocabulary and make conversations more accessible and profound. For detailed learning, check out Malayalam greeting words.
|How are you?||എന്തൊക്കെയുണ്ട്?||enteākkeyuṇṭ?|
|Nice talking to you||നിങ്ങളോട് സംസാരിച്ചതില് സന്തോഷം||niṅṅaḷēāṭ sansāriccatil santēāṣaṁ|
|Good evening||ഗുഡ് ഈവനിംഗ്||guḍ īvaniṅg|
|Let's meet again||നമുക്ക് വീണ്ടും കണ്ടുമുട്ടാം||namukk vīṇṭuṁ kaṇṭumuṭṭāṁ|
|So happy to see you||നിങ്ങളെ കണ്ടതിൽ വളരെ സന്തോഷം||niṅṅaḷe kaṇṭatil vaḷare santēāṣaṁ|
Now that you know how to congratulate people on different occasions in the native language, you will communicate better with the locals and make friends who will become memorable parts of your life. Learning such words gives you a boost of confidence and allows you to get deeper into the language that you are pursuing.
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