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In English -speaking countries, the common verbal response to another person's sneeze is " bless you ", or, less commonly in the United States and Canada"Gesundheit", the German word for health and the response to sneezing in German-speaking countries. There are several proposed bless-you origins for use in the context of sneezing. In non-English-speaking cultures, words connoting good health or a long life are often used instead of "bless you," though some Various - Πάρτυ.Μαζί Σου use references to God.
In some Various - Πάρτυ.Μαζί Σου cultures such as Korean and Japanese cultures, the practice of responding to another person's sneeze does not exist. Note: It is very rare for anyone Various - Πάρτυ.Μαζί Σου acknowledge a sneeze in Japan, and it is customary not to say anything at all. After multiple sneezes, they use these words. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Gezondheidor if the person has sneezed three times, Drie keer morgen mooi weer. Old-fashioned: after the second sneeze, "to your loves," and after the third, "may they last forever. Merci or Merci, que les tiennes durent toujours old-fashioned after the second sneeze.
Helf Gott! Zum Wohl! If a person sneezes while another is speaking, Hungarians also say sometimes "Igaz" confirming that the person who was just speaking was telling the truth.
This can be shortened to "Bless you. Dia linn or Dia leat or Deisealwhich may be a form of Dia seal. The first two both mean "God be with us. The practice of responding to someone's sneeze is rare. Clóck･wòrk Choc-o･late - Palette - Clóck･wòrk Choc-o･late to chase Various - Πάρτυ.Μαζί Σου the cold if spoken after the sneeze. Kher be inshalla.
Many times when one sneezes, they say that the thing they are about to do will not happen. So, a listener says Kher be.
No set phrase, but one commonly says kanro. Na zdrowie! Sometimes Prawda! Sometimes "Truth! In Latin America, Saludor Dios te bendiga. Prosit  [notes 1]. In Vietnamese culture, the custom of responding to someone's sneeze is not too popular nowadays.
Bendith or Bendith [Duw] arnat ti familiar or Bendith [Duw] arnoch chi respectful. Many also use German Gesundheit . Wikimedia Commons has media related to Sneeze. Look up sneeze in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
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