Europe

  • Alsatian/elsässisch (France) - ich bin verruckt
  • Bavarian - I bin narrisch
  • Benton Celtic - Me bezañ sot
  • Catalan - Estic boig bodge ("boig": b- is a very soft be, like in Spanish, -o- is an open o, as in bottle, and -ig is like in fridge).
  • Corsican - (corsu) Só pazzu (m.) Só pazza (f.)
  • Czech - Jsem blázen (ysemm blaazen)
  • Danish - Jeg er sindssyg
  • Dutch - Ik ben gek (Ig bEn Qek)
  • English - I am crazy
  • Estonian - Mina olen hull
  • Finnish - (Minä) olen hullu
  • French - Je suis fou(m.) Je suis folle(f.)
  • Gaelic Irish - Is mise mithfir
  • Galician (northwest of Spain) - Estou lo (m.) Estou tola (f.)
  • German - Ich bin verrückt
  • Greek (modern) - Ime trellos (m.) Ime trellI (f.) (m. *Ime trell*OS f. *Ime trell*I stress after asterix)
  • Greek (Cypriot) - Ime ppellos (m.) Ime ppellI (f.) (m. Ime ppellOS f. Ime pprelll)
  • Greek (parts of mainland) - Ime mourrlos (m.) Ime mourrli (f.) (m. *Ime mourrlOS f. *Ime mourrl*i)
  • Hungarian - Bolond vagyok
  • Icelandic - Ég er brjálaður (Ye er Bryaulathuer)
  • Italian - Sono pazzo (m.) Sono pazza (f.)
  • Kölsch - Isch bin jeck
  • Latin - Insanus sum
  • Lativian - Es esmu traks(m.) Es esmu traka(f.)
  • Lithuanian - Að esu pamiðæs (m.) Að esu pamiðusi (f.) (ash esu pamishes - ash esu pamishusi)
  • Low German (Low Saxon) - Ik bün mall (Ik bYn 'mal)
  • Luxembourgian - Ech si geckeg
  • Maltese - Jien mignun
  • Manx Gallic - S'treih keoie
  • Norwegian (bokmaal) - Jeg er gal (Yei aer Gal)
  • Norwegian (nynorsk) - Eg er galen (Eg e GaaleN)
  • Polish - Jestem szalony yestem shalony
  • Portuguese - Eu sou louco(m.) Eu sou louca(f.) (m. - Portugal) (m. - Brazil)
  • Romani (Gypsy) - Me som Radge (Enraged, excited,crazy)
  • Rumanian - Sunt nebun sont nebon
  • Russian - Ja soshiol s uma
  • Sámi (north sami) - Mun lean jalla
  • Scottish Gaelic - Is mithear
  • Serbo-Croatian - Ja sam lud
  • Slovak - Som blázon
  • Slovenian - Jaz sem nora
  • Spanish - Soy loco(m.) Soy loca(f.) Estoy loco
  • Swabian (Southern German dialect) - I be verrukt
  • Swedish - Jag är tokig
  • Ukrainian - Ya z gluzdu zhyihav
  • Welsh - Rydw i'n wallgo' (Ruh-doo een wah-ll-gore. The first R is rolled. The letter 'll' is hard to pronounce but is basically blowing air out between your teeth while your tongue is pressed against the inside of your top teeth.)
  • Yiddish - Ikh bin meshuge (meSHUgeh)
Middle East
  • Algerian Arabic - ana mehbul
  • Arabic - Aná Mâdjnón (á = Long A as in (clArk),â = Short A as in (sUn), ó = Long O as in (mOOn), Dj = J as in (Jack))
  • Dari (Afganistan) - divaneh astum (The "v" is pronounced midway between an English "v" and "w.")
  • Farsi (Teheran) - divaneh hastam (The "v" is pronounced midway between an English "v" and "w.")
  • Hebrew - Ani meshuga (m.) Ani meshuga'at (f.) (meshuGAH, meshuGA'at)
  • Kurdish - Mein skjttem
  • Persian - men divanie hestm
  • Turkish - ben manyaðým ("ð" is a "g" with a "-" on it so you can also write "ben manyagým." its something like "i'm mad.")
America
  • Canadian french (Joual) - Chu fou (m.) Chu folle (f.) (To pronounce "chu" say "shee" but with your lips rounded like saying "oo". In Québec French, the "u" is whispered or even not pronounced at all when it's near certain vowels g. A growing number of people pronounce the "u" in "chu". )
  • Central Yup'ik (Eskimo language, southwest Alaska) - Usviitua lit (I lack sense, mind)
  • Chahta (Choctaw) - Sa okpulot taha
  • Cherokee - Nagwadantuhna (out of my mind), agilulotsa - (more violent than above) -
  • Chinook Jargon (old Seatle dialect) - Naika lemolo, Naika Pelton ("wild, deranged, perhaps violent") Naika pelton ("foolish, deranged, simple")the 'k' in naika is unaspirated, so is more like a very hard 'g'. Pelton was a real-life, crazy mountain man that lived around here long ago, and his name became incorporated into the major trade language of the entire territory, to mean "crazy.")
  • Inuktitut (Greenland) - tunga
  • Mi'kmaq (from Nova Scotia) - lwachiowiae (ill-watch-hey-oww-he-aay)
  • Odawa-Anishnaabe Nation - Ndoo-giiwnaadzi (ndough geeunodzi)
Asia
  • Chinese - wo fengla
  • Hindi (India) - Main Pagal Hoon (Me pagal ho)
  • Indonesian - Saya Gila
  • Japanese - Ore, ikareta n da (m.) Atashi, ikareta n da (f.)
  • Korean - Na, michin ya (nah mee-cheen yah).
  • Punjabi (India, Pakistan) - Main Pagal Haan (Me pagal ha)
  • Tagalog (Phillipines) - Sira-ulo ako (I am broken head/crazy. see-RA OO-loh ah-KOH Stress the capitalized syllables, and the "r" is "flapped".)
  • Urdu (Pakistan) - Men pagaal houn (less emphasis on the n's)
Africa Australia Other
  • Esperanto - Mi estas freneza (mee áystas faynáysa)

Here's a better Irish version: (I've never heard the word "mithfir")

Táim as mo mheabhair!

Phonetically: Taw-im oss muh vyow-er

Literally: I'm out of my mind

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