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The languages vary from country to country but some words are same like Sun in different languages. In Spanish, Portuguese, Danish and many other languages, the word “sol” is used for sun. Below are some more words in different languages for Sun which includes both, easy and difficult names.

  1. How to Say Sun in Danish

In Danish Language, The word “sol is used for Sun. It sounds like “sul” So it is very easy to say Sun in Danish.

  1. How to Say Sun in Dutch

Do you know which word is used for sun in Dutch. It is also very easy. It sounds like “zone” which means geography, territory or area, but the word is “zon” so the actual word is zon and you don’t need to confuse.

  1. How to Say Sun in Hindi

In written form, Sun in Hindi language is “रवि” and it pronounced like “ravi” but they also name it “suraj” In some parts of India, People worship the sun.

  1. How to Say Sun in Chinese

In Chinese, The Sun is 太阳. It is difficult in written but not much difficult in speaking. You just have to say “taiyang”  Chinese is one of the hardest languages to learn and from this word, it is proved. Other words for sun are “Sonne in German, nap in Hungarian and slnko in Slovak.

  1. How to say Sun in French

In French, The word “Soleil” is used for Sun which sounds like “Sulai”

There are thousands of words for sun in different languages and some of them are very complicated. Even you have to do more practice to speak it. Some examples are below.

In Igbo, it is “anyanwụ”. Now you can see Sun is a word with 3 letters but in Igbo, the letters are 7 and it is totally changes in reading and writing.

A language called Malagasy, the word for sun is “Masoandro”

If you bored with the above long tail words you can speak it in Maori language. In this language, the sun is just “ra”. I think, it is the shortest name of sun in any other language.

Telugu is the language in which sun is సూర్యుడు. It looks like a shape or design but it is sunin in speaking.

Vietnamies word for sun is mặt trời. It sounds like “mathoye”

Different cultures and countries adopted various names for the sun as its name evolved over time. The term “sol” refers to both Spanish and Portuguese cultures, with Italian variations calling it “sole.” In Old Norse and old Goth cultures, “sonne” refers to old Germanic culture.

Sunspots were first observed in about 1610, about 80 years after the sun was discovered. The sunspots were noticed by both Galileo Galilei and Thomas Harriot. Sunspots vanished, however, for a short period of time.

During the early nineteenth century, the sun experienced the first recorded coronal mass ejection in history. G2V stars are the type of star that the sun is.

As the sun burns off hydrogen, it gives this name its “V” portion. There are six distinct parts to the sun, which are the visible surface, the radioactive layer, the chromosphere, the convective zone, the corona (last layer) and the core (inner layer).

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