Skål, pronounced Skoal.
Santé. A la votre, or to yours
Prost for beer, and Zum wohl for wine, both of which translate to mean To your good health.
We’ll dispense with the empty skull of a fallen foe and simply say Skal
Salud, meaning to good health
Salute, meaning to your health, is a common toast, as is the more informal Cin-cin (which some say is derived from the sound of clinking glass).
Gan bei, meaning bottoms up, or Kai pay, (drain your glass).
Egészségére! meaning for your health,
Na zdrowia, (nah zdroh-vee-ah) or to your health.
Stin iyia mas! – To our health! (Commonly shortened to Yiamas!) (our Health) or ya soo or ya sas (your health) or, as the late Dino Poulis used to say Skinny Asses
And the New BC Bonnie Henry Toast:
Be Kind. Be Calm. Be Safe
Always look your ’toastee’ in the eye, when you make your toast – and always take a sip when you’ve toasted.