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"C'MON!" in every language

Everyone post how you say C'MON in their language or in any language they know, and I'll update the first post with all the new ones.
So far:


AUSTRIAN : Gemma!
ARABIC: Yallah!
BULGARIAN: Aide!
CHINESE: Jia You!
CROATIAN: Ajmo!
DANISH: Kom s!
DUTCH: Komaan!
ENGLISH: C'mon!
FINNISH: Hyyva!
FRENCH : Allez!
GERMAN : Komm Jetzt!
GREEK: Ella!
HEBREW:
Kadima!
HINDI: Chal!
HUNGARIAN: Hajr!
ICELANDIC: fram!
INDONESIAN: Ayo!
IRISH: Siuil Leat!
ITALIAN: Forza!
JAPANESE : Ganbatte!
KOREAN: Ba-xia!
LITHUANIAN: Pirmyn!
LUXEMBOURGISH: Dajee!
MALAYSIAN: Jom!
MALTESE: Ejja!
NIGERIAN: Ngwa!
PAPAMIENTS: Ban Mira!
POLISH: Dawaj!
PORTUGUESE : Vamos!
RUSSIAN: Davai!
SERBIAN: Ajde!
SLOVAKIAN: Podme!
SLOVENIAN: Dajmo!
SPANISH: Vamos!
SWEDISH :Heja! or Kom Igen!
SWISS :Hopp!
THAI:
Al-na!
TURKISH: Hadi!
URDU
: Chalo!
WELSH: Dere Mlan!



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PORTUGUESE: Vamos
FRENCH: Allez
GERMAN: Hopp

Correct me if I'm wrong.

Don't know if Allez or Hopp literally mean Come On, but that's the word they use it.



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malay: JOM!
Tamil: vaa!!!

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"Bamos" - one of the latin american countries use this?

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"Bamos" - one of the latin american countries use this?
Argentinia i think

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Welcome back to the TOP 100 Jelena!
Always in our hearts.... Arantxa Sanchez Vicario!.... 110 titles.... no1 in singles and doubles.... a true legend!
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Serbian: 'Ajmo, 'Ajde or (my favourite) Napred!
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ELLA!
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updated in post 1


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"Bamos" - one of the latin american countries use this?

It's Vamos, but they pronounce the "V" like a "B".

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there is no such language as "Eastern Europe".
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there is no such language as "Eastern Europe".
I know LMAO, but in many countires of eastern europe (Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia Herzegovina) people say Aide.


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It's Vamos, but they pronounce the "V" like a "B".
Yeh, that's what I was thinking... I don'tt hink the verb would change from the spanish the speak in spain and the one they speak in argentina...


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