Of Interest

Music –  the international language

Albanian – muzik
Bulgarian – “muzika” (spelled in cyrillic)
Chinese – Yin yue
Croatian – glazba
Czech – hudba
Danish – musik (pronounced MOO-zeek)
Dutch – muziek
Estonian – muusika (pronounced “moo’-see-kah”).
Finnish – musiikki
Flemish – muziek
French – musique
Gaelic Irish – ceol
German – die Musik
Greek – moosiki
Hawaiian – mele
Hebrew – “Moo-see-ka” with the accent on the 1st syllable.
Hindi – Sangheet (short a, as in “uh”)
Hungarian – (two expressions) zene and muzsika
Icelandic – Tonlist
Italian – musica
Japanese – ongaku
Ladino (the Jewish Spanish dialect) – musica
Latin – musica
Lithuanian – muzyka
Norsk – Musikk
Norwegian – musikk
Polish – muzyka
Portuguese – musica (accent over “u”)
Romanian – muzica (MOO-zee-kah)
Russian – muzika (“MOO-zih-kuh”)
Samoan – musika
Sanskrit – sangiita 
Serbian – svirka
Slovak – hudba
Slovene – glasba
Spanish – musica (accent over “u”)
Swedish – musik
Tamil – mijucik
Turkish – Müzik