What Si means in lots of Different Languages
Spanish: Si means "yes"
Italian: Si means "yes"
French:Si means "If"
Latin: Si means "If"
Chinese: Si or 四 means "four"
Romanian: Si means "and"
Norwegian:Si means "say"
Danish: Si means "See also"
Brazilian: Si means "yes"
Also, "si" can mean yes in french as well, if it's contradicting a negative question :)
Si has meaning in so many other languages... Here's what they are:
Albanian: how, like/as
Chamorro: a subject marker for personal names
Chavacano: yes, if
Czech: to oneself (reflexive dative pronoun)
Esperanto: reflexive pronoun
Ewe: to escape
Friulian: reflexive pronoun
Galician: yes, reflexive pronoun
Gothic: she (Gothic script:
Edit: Apparently you can't post Gothic here. I give up. I typed a massive list and it was lost because of Gothic. Just find more here.
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In french, si can also mean "so" and "yes" like AKicsiMacska said.
For example: elle est si belle