Not in canon.
Because of the nature of wizarding society and the way spells are constructed, the spells are all created using a root language, similar to scientific names that classify animals. This article goes into details on some of the spells and their Latin roots.
In fact, JK Rowling studied Latin as a minor at the University of Exeter, and this knowledge influenced the creation of most of the spells.
Since none of the wizards in the books speak Latin, we can assume that they are almost exclusively based in the single language and cannot be constructed in other languages like Russian or Cambodian but can be influenced by said other languages (as is the case for Alohomora as a prime example) and then recreated in "Latin-ish" (The newly made up name for spell language with English characters and influences in other languages).
This may not be the case for written spells, which may be converted to the native tongue (think Durmstrang) of the country in which the school is located, but there is no canon evidence supporting this theory.
EDIT: Changed the answer slightly based on evidence from HP Wikia and a court case, but retained current answer (as HP Wikia is not to be trusted).