Dutch: "Boe" (Courtesy of skow)

English: "moo"

Estonian: "mop"

Finnish: "muu," "ammuu" (Courtesy of Jope)

French: "meug, meugle"

German: "Muh" (Courtesy of ba)

Greek: "mu" (Just kidding)

Hebrew: moo (Courtesy of undone.)

Hungarian: "mú" (Courtesy of ba)

Japanese: "moh"

Norwegian: "Mø" (Courtesy of Sverre)

Polish: "Yazooo"

Portuguese: "múúú" (Courtesy of e-anorexia)

Spanish: "muu"

Swedish: "muuu" (Courtesy of rollo)

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