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love languages: I love you in 101 different languages

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love languages: I love you in 101 different languages

Love is complicated. In a world where everyone is becoming increasingly connected, people from all over the world get to know each other and fall in love with each other. But if you notice someone making your heart jump, sometimes a few bumps need to be overcome. Language, for example, can be a big barrier (although love conquers everything in the end!). To help you, I’ve listed a few love phrases. Forget Cupid, just approach your future other half yourself!

1. French

I love you – je t’aime

Sweetheart – cheri (man) cherie (woman) (same pronunciation, just different spelling)

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Honey – ma puce (this literally means ‘my flea’ and that’s no joke!

2. Italian (love languages: I love you in 101 different languages)

I love you – ti voglio bene / ti amo

Dear – caro (man) cara (woman)

When someone says ” sei una ragazza di acqua e sapone ” to you, which literally means that you are “a girl of soap and water”, that’s a compliment: you have the girl-next-door look. You don’t need any makeup – soap and water is enough.

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3. Spanish

I love you – te quiero / te amo

Honey – corazon (This literally means “heart.” Nice, isn’t it, such a far-reaching comparison?)

Zoeterd – terron de azucar (there is no better way to tell someone you think they are sweet than literally calling them sugar?)

4. Portuguese (love languages: I love you in 101 different languages)

I love you – eu te amo

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Dearest – querido or chuchu (this literally means “chayote,” a vegetable)

Que saudade – There is no literal English translation for this (yep, it’s one of those). But you can say this when you miss someone to the point of desperation, when it almost hurts your heart. You can say “Que saudade!” when you remember your very first pet, or think about your sweetheart who is on the other side of the planet. Many Brazilians close their emails with “aaudades”, which means they miss you terribly.

love languages: I love you in 101 different languages

love languages
love languages

The language of love is the most universal language there is. Yet it is sometimes difficult if your loved one speaks another language, so below you will find ‘I love you’ in 200 different languages.

“I love you” in other languages
German – Ich liebe dich
Danish – Jeg Elsker Dig
English – I love you
Friesian – Ik Hâld Fan Dy
French – Je t’aime, Je t’adore
Greek – S’agapo
Hungarian – Szeretlek
Indian – Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae
Indonesian – Saya cinta padamu
Italian – Ti amo
Croatian – Ljubim in
Lithuanian – Tave myliu
Moroccan – Ana moajaba bik
Polish – Kocham Ciebie
Portuguese – Eu te amo
Romanian – Te ubesk
Spanish – Te amo
Slovenian – Ljubim te
Slovak – Lu`bim ta
Turkish – Seni Seviyorum
Czech – Miluji in
Ukrainian – Ya tebe kahayu
Swedish – Jag alskar dig
South African – I love you

Bonus:

  • Turkish – Seni seviyorum
  • Albanian – Te dua
  • African – Ek it is your love or Ek is sweet for you
  • Mandarin – Wo ai ni
  • Greek – S’agapo
  • Arabic – Ana behibak (to a man) Ana behibek (to a woman)

Well, what are you waiting for? Let that special someone know how you really feel about them. 

More ‘I love you’ in different languages:

South-AfricanLove it to you
AkanMe dor wo
AlbanianTo dashuroj
AlentejanoGosto de ti
AlsacienIch hoan dich gear
AmharicAfekrishalehou
ApacheSheth she ~ n zho ~ n
Arabic (formal)Ooheboki (male to female)
Ooheboka (female to male)
Ohiboke (male to female)
Ohiboki (male to female)
ArabicAna ba-heb-bak
Ohibokoma (male or female to two males or two females)
Nohiboke (more than one males or females to female)
Nohiboka (male to male or female to male)
Nohibokoma (male to male or female to two males or two females)
Nohibo bowl (male to male or female to more than two males)
Nohibokon (male to male or female to more than two females)
Arabic (not standard)Bahibak (female to male)
Benhibak (more than one male or female to male)
Benhibik (male to male or female to female)
Benhibkom (male to male or female to more than one male)
ArmenianEs kez siroum em
Es six siroum em
Es siroum em kez
Es siroum em six
AssameseMoi tomak bhal pau
BalineseTiang tresna sign beli
BassaMengweswe
BasqueMaite zaitut
BatakHolong rohangku di ho
BavarianI mog di narrically gern
BelorussianYa kahayu tabe
BembaNdikufuna
BengaliAmi tomay bhalobashi
BerberLakh tirikh
BicolNamumutan ta ka
BisayonNamomout
Bolivian QuechuaQanta munani
BosnianVolim too
BrazilianAmo too
BulgarianObicham too
BurmeseChit pa de
CambodianBon sro lanh oon
Canadian FrenchJe t’aime
Je t’adore
CatalanT’estim molt (“I love you a lot”)
T’estim (Mallorcan)
T’estime (Valencian)
T’estimo (Catalonian)
CebuanoGihigugma ko ikaw
Chamoru (or Chamorro)Hu guaiya hao
CheyenneNemehotatse
ChichewaNdimakukonda
ChickasawChiholloli (first ‘i’ nasalized)
ChineseGoa ai li (Amoy dialect)
Ngo oi ney (Cantonese dialect)
Wo oi ni (Cantonese dialect
Ngai oi gnee (Hakka dialect)
Ngai on ni (Hakka dialect)
Wa ai lu (Hokkien dialect)
Wo ai ni (Mandarin dialect)
Wo ie ni (Mandarin dialect)
Wuo ai no (Mandarin dialect)
Wo ay ni (Mandarin dialect)
Wo ai ni (Putunghua dialect)
Ngo ai nong (Wu dialect)
ComorianNi sou love vendza
CorsicanTi tengu cara
CreolMi aime you
CroatianLjubim too
CzechMiluji Te
DanishJeg elsker dig
Davvi SamegiellaMun rahkistin dü
DusunSiuhang oku dia
DutchI love you
Ecuador QuechuaCanda munani
EnglishI love you
EstonianMina Armastan Sind
EsperantoMi amas sin
EthiopianAfgreki
FarsiTora Dust Midaram
Asheghetam
Farsi (Persian)Doostat Daram
FilipinoMahal Kita
Iniibig ako
FinnishMinä Rakastan Sinua
FrenchJe T’aime
FriesianI Hâld Fan Dy
GaelicTa Gra Agam Ort
GalicianQuerote
Queroche
Amote
GeorgienMe shen mikvarkhar
GermanIch liebe Dich
GhanaianMe dor wo
GreekS’ayapo
Greek (old)Philo Su
GreenlandicAsavakit
GuaraniRohiyu
GujratiHoon Tane Pyar Karoochhoon
HausaIna sonki
HawaiianAloha I’a Au Oe
HebrewAni Ohev otach
HindiMujhe Tum Se Pyar Hai
HopiNu’umi unangwata
HungarianSzeretlek te’ged
IboloiPip-piyan taha
IceladicEg elska thig
IlocanoAy-ayaten ka
ImazighanHamlagh Kem
IndiMai Tujhe Pyaar Kartha Hoo
IndonesianSaya Cinta Padamu
InterglossaMi esthe philo tu.
IranianMahn doostaht doh-rahm
IrishTaim i ‘ngra leat
Irish GaelicT’a gr’a agam dhuit
ItalianTi Amo
JapaneseAishiteru
JavaneseKulo tresno
KadazanGuminavo oku dika
Kankana-eyLaylaydek sik-a
KannadaNanu Ninna Preetistini
KikongoMono ke zola nge
KiswahiliNakupenda
KlingonQabang
KoreanSa rang hae
KpeleI walikana
KurdishEz Te Hezdikhem
LaoKhoi Huk Chau
LappishUn rahkistin dú.
LatinTe Amo
LatvianEs milu Tevi
Es Tevi Milu
LebaneseBahibak
LingalaNalingi Yo
Lisbon lingoGramo-te bue ‘, chavalinha!
LithuanianTave Myliu
LojbanMi do prami
LuoAheri
LuxembourgishEch their dech gär
MonIlolenge
MacedonianSakam Te
Madrid lingoMe molas, tronca!
MaieseWa Wa
MalaySaya cintamu
MalayalamNgan Ninne Snaehikkunnu
MalaysianSaya Cintamu
Saya Sayangmu
Saya Cinta Kamu
MarathiMi tuzya var prem karato
MalteseInhobbok
MarshalleseYokwe
MohawkKonoronhkwa
MokileseNgoah mweoku kaua
MoroccanKanbhik
NavahoAyor Anosh’ni
NdebeleNiyakutanda
NepaliMa timi sita prem garchhu
NorwegianEk ann thér (Old Norse)
Eg elskar deg
NyanjaNinatemba
OnOn Lopveop Yopuop
OriyaMoon Tumakoo Bhala Paye
OromooSinjaladha
OsetianAez Dae Warzyn
PakistanisMujhe Tumse Muhabbat Hai
PapiamentoMi ta stimábo
PediKiyahurata.
PersianTora Dost Daram
Pig LatinIe Ovele Ouye
PilipinoSee Filipino
PolishKocham Cie
PortugueseAmo Te
Proto GermanicEka thez ann
PunjabiMain Tainu Pyar Karna
QuenyaTye-meláne
RaetoromanicTe amo
RomanianTe Ador
RussianYa Vas Lyublyu
Russian (malincaya)Ya Tibieh Lublue
SamoanOu too alofa outou.
SanskritAnurag
Scot GaelicTha Gradh Agam Ort
SerbianLjubim too
SerbocroatianVolim too
Ljubim too
SeSothoKiyahurata.
ShonaNdinokuda
SiouxTechihhila
SinhaleseMama Oyaata Aadareyi
SlovakLubim Ta
SloveneLjubim Te
SomalianDelusional ku jeclahay
SpanishTe Amo
At Quiero
Sranang TongoMi Lobie You
SrilankanMama Oyata Arderyi
SuaheliNinikupenda
swahiliNakupenda
SwedishJag Älskar Dig
Swiss-GermanCh’ha Di Gärn
Syrian / LebaneseBhebek
TagalogSee filipino
TahitianUa Here Vau Ia Oe
TaiwaneseWa Ai Li
TamilNaan Unnai Kadalikiren
CheckMiluji tê
TeluguNinnu Premistunnanu.
Telugu / IndiaNenu Ninnu Premistunnanu
ThaiPhom Rak Khun (formal, male to female)
Ch’an Rak Khun (formal, female to male)
Khao Raak Thoe (affectionate, sweet, loving)
TibetanNga Rang Lha Ga Bu Du
TswanaKe a go rata
TshilubaNdi mukusua
TumbukaNkhukutemwa
TunisianHa Eh Bak
TurkishBen Seni Seviyurum
TwiMe dowapaa
UkrainianYa tebe kokhayu
UrduMain Tumse Muhabbat Karta Hoo
VaiAfter lia
VärmländskaDu är görgo in mäg
VendaNdi a ni funa
VietnameseAnh Yêu Em (male to female)
Em Yêu Anh (female to male)
Toi Yeu Em
VolapükLöfob oli.
VoticMiä suvatan sinua.
Vulcan (Mr. Spock)Wani ra yana ro aisha
WalloonDji fox inme
WelshFi cariad ti
WolofDa ma la nob
YiddishIch Han Dich Lib
Yucatec Maya‘In k’aatech
YugoslavianYes Te Volim
ZaziEzhele Hezdege
ZuluMena Tanda Wena
ZuniTom Ho ‘Ichema

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