Every country have their own flaws and characteristics. Speaking about dialect we can conclude that , each and every areas in different countries have their own dialects and those dialects vary from place to place or sometimes from region to region. Germany not being an exception also follows the pattern. When you travel across any country  the usage of words may vary. At one place ,one person will say hello and at another same hello will turn to holla. So the usage of words and their implication changes from place to place we all know. Germany being not an exception also has same framework. When you travel all across the Germany the usage of words changes , the change is not major and having huge difference, but the change is easily noticeable.


In these article Alles gute zum geburtstag & Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Geburtstag  i have written in detail about various cultural aspects of German regarding wishing them happy birthday and also i have taught various ways of wishing Germans happy birthday .Moreover if you wish to get images to whatsapp or e-mail your German friends than you can check out top 20 images for wishing happy birthday to Germans. In this post we are going to dive more into depth and we will learn how to wish happy birthday in German in different areas of Germany. We will see various dialects used over there and be more pedantic if we are trying to wish our German colleague or germane friend.

English also has its various types like u.s English , u.k English similarly German also have various dialects for various provinces in Germany. I mean they mean happy birthday only but their way of wishing changes from region to region.


  • High German: Alles Gute zum Geburtstag.
    (Here high German represents that high society of Germany usually wishes happy birthday by saying Alles Gute zum Geburtstag)
  • German-Badisch: Allis Guedi zu dim Fescht.
    (Baden is a historical German territory. Together with Württemberg and Hohenzollern, two other historical territories, it now forms the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg & the dialect used there is called Badisch.)
  • German-Bavarian: Ois Guade zu Deim Geburdstog.
    (The Free State of Bavaria is a federal state of Germany. In the southeast of the country, it is located. Bavarian is the dialect spoken in Bavaria )
  • German-Berlinisch: Allet Jute ooch zum Jeburtstach. or Ick wuensch da allet Jute zum Jeburtstach.
    (Berlinerisch or Berlinisch is a dialect of Berlin Brandenburgish German spoken in Berlin and the surrounding metropolitan area. It originates from a Mark Brandenburgish variant.)
  • German-Bernese: Es Muentschi zum Geburri.
    (Whilst Bernese dialect is widely understood in the Swiss-German part of Switzerland, it’s by no means “official” Swiss-German (despite the fact that Bern is the Swiss capital). There is no standardized Swiss-German)
  • German-Camelottisch: Ewllews Gewtew zewm Gewbewrtstewg. Mew.
  • German-Frankonian : Allmecht! Iich wuensch Dir aan guuadn Gebuardsdooch.
    (Franconia commonly refers to the eastern part of the historic Duchy of Franconia in Germany.)
  • German-Lichtenstein: Haerzliche Glueckwuensche zum Geburtstag.
  • German-Moselfraenkisch: Haezzlische Glickwunsch zem Gebordsdach.
    (Moselle Franconian (German Moselfränkisch) is a group of West Central German dialects, part of the Central Franconian language area.)
  • German-Plattdeutsch: Ick wuensch Di allns Gode ton Geburtsdach.
    (Plattdeutsch,Low German or Low Saxon is a West Germanic language spoken mainly in northern Germany and the eastern part of the Netherlands. It is descended from Old Saxon in its earliest form.)
  • German-Rhoihessisch: Ich gratelier Dir aach zum Geburtstag.
  • German-Ruhr: Allet Gute zum Gebuatstach.
    (Ruhr, or the Ruhr district, Ruhr region or Ruhr valley, is an urban area in North Rhine-Westphalia)
  • German-Saarlaendisch: Alles Gudde for dei Gebordsdaach.
  • German-Saechsisch: Herzlischen Gliggwunsch zum Geburdsdaach.
  • German-Schwaebisch: Aelles Guade zom Gebordzdag.
    (Schwäbisch Hall (German pronunciation: [ˈʃvɛːbɪʃ ˈhal] (or Hall for short) is a town in the German state of Baden-Württemberg and capital of the district of Schwäbisch Hall. The town is located in the valley of the Kocher in the north-eastern part of Baden-Württemberg.)
  • German-Wienerisch : Ois Guade zum Geburdsdog.

So these are the different dialects used in different parts of Germany.

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