I want to say thank you to Myra, Kristine, Vivian, André, Chuck and everyone else at the summit for contributing to not only an amazing event, but also a great birthday celebration! I was thanked for coming on my birthday and people were amazed that I would spend it this way, but I don’t think I would have had a better time otherwise. I got to spend it with good people in a country I love visiting, all while discussing languages and language learning (and drinking some champagne ;) ). There's such a great community of language learners and contributors on Duolingo and I'm really glad I could meet some of them.
Not to mention the highlight:
A polyglot birthday card!
“Happy Birthday” in 17 or 18 languages :)
My attempt at thanks in all of them:
Dankon! Obrigado! Merci ! ¡Gracias! Go raibh maith agaibh! Спасибо! Dank jullie wel! Danke! どうも有難う! Takk! Tack! Спасибі! धन्यवाद्! Díky! Cảm ơn! شكر! Mersi!
I think that’s all.<h1>Thank you!</h1>
מזל(mazal) = luck.
Actually, it literally means - Good luck. But we say it when someone has a birthday. We also say: יום הולדת שמח (Yom huledet sameach) = Happy birthday.
The correct translation for the term "good luck" in Hebrew is: בהצלחה (Behatslacha).
I hope that I answered your question properly :)