How do you say Happy Birthday in Russian?

And it’s my Dad’s birthday today. My mother is with him somewhere the former Soviet Union for five weeks while he tries to do some work. Unfortunately, his mobile ‘phone doesn’t seem to work and he isn’t replying to emails, so Happy Birthday Dad!

UPDATE: You may also want to check out next year’s entry for more information.

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Jon Curnow writes on curnow.org about things that interest him. The site has been around for many years in various forms and he always wants to write much more here than he does.

6 thoughts on “How do you say Happy Birthday in Russian?”

  1. Hi okay I’ve been trying to search on the net on how to say happy birthday In Russian .It’s gonna be my b/f birthday soon and I wannna sing to him.

  2. Or you could just say “поздравляю!”[poz-drav-LYA-yu] which means “congratulations” (or to be more specific, “I congratulate”). =)

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