It offends only Bengali and Tamil speakers, because in Bengali, it means "chopper" and "knife" and in Tamil, it means "bathtub". But it makes Canarian, Hindi, Telug, Thai and Vietnamese speakers happy, because in all these languages, it means "Doctor" and "Skin". Then "Doctor UI" and "Skin UI". It makes sense.
As Russian and Ukrainian are Slavic languages, it also means "yes" in many Slavic languages:
- Da in Bosnian: yes
- Da in Croatian: yes, yeah, yep
- Da in Czech: yes
- Da in Macedonian: yes
- Da in Serbian; yes
- Da in Slovene: yes
Romanian isn't a Slavic language, but bent too many words from Slavic words, in its language, it means "yes".
Bulgarian and Slovak are Slavic languages, but they have different meaning of "da". They are prepositions: by, to, toward, until and in Slovak, it means "I will give".
"Da" in Chinese means big, great, heavy and in Basque and Japanese: "it is".
"Da" is a verb of "dar" in Portuguese and Spanish, it means "to gift". Imagine "Gift UI", because it seems to be a gorgeous gift for Sublime Text.
Only a sad and strange translation in Indonesian... It means "goodbye". "Goodbye UI".
But good meanings in Icelandic and Urdu. In Icelandic, it means "adore", then "Adore UI". In Urdu, like English, it also means "the".