What to say for Eid?

Eid means a holiday in Arabic, Bayram in Bosnian and Turkish. Thus, at the end of Ramadan, when the month-long fast comes to an end, it is time for a celebration that lasts for 3 days.

If you’re at a loss for how to wish your co-workers, classmates, or friends who are celebrating, save this post for a cheat sheet.

“Eid Mubarak” comes in handy in any Arabic speaking country.

“Bayram Sheríf Mubarek Olsun” is a well-known phrase in the Bosnian-speaking Muslim community.

“Bayramınız Mübarek Olsun” can be said in Turkish language.

“Happy Eid. Joyous Bayram. Happiness and health and full of blessings to you on your holiday…” You can use all these in a sincerity in Slovenian. It’s the thought that counts.

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