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I Love You u- Say It in 100+ Different Ways

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and for sure everyone is thinking of ways on how to show your loved one how much you love them. Most popular are chocolates and roses; dining out or cooking for them; teddy bears or any stuffed animal which you know the love of your life wants; and of course greeting cards – whether it’s the “regular” card sealed lovingly in an envelope or the more “modern” e-card, for sure you’ll jot down what your heart wants to say – how much you love him/her. I LOVE YOU definitely is something that anybody would want to hear from you, but why not make it extra special by saying or writing it in another language?

To make your life easier, I have compiled several different ways of saying I LOVE YOU to your true love. Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day because I’m certain that I’ll have one with my one and only love whom I fondly call “MINE”… I LOVE YOU DEX BALLESTEROS

Most Popular:

Filipino – Mahal kita

Chinese(Mandarin) – Wo ai ni

English – I love you

French – Je t’aime

German – Ich liebe dich

Italian – Ti amo

Japanese – Daisuki / Ai shiteiru

Korean – Sarang-hae / Sarang-hamnida

Portuguese -Eu te amo

Spanish – Te quiero / Te amo

Other Languages:

AFRIKAANS -ek het jou lief / ek is lief vir jou

ALBANIAN – të dua

ALSATIAN – ich hab die lieb

Dialectal ARABIC (North African) – n’bghick

Dialectal ARABIC (Eastern) – bahebbak (to a man) / bahebbik (to a woman)

Literary ARABIC – ouhibbouka (to a man) / ouhibbouki (to a woman)

ARMENIAN – yes kez siroumem

ASTURIAN – quiérote

ATTIÉ – min bou la yé

AZERI – men seni sevirem

BAMBARA – né bi fè

BASQUE – maite zaitut

BAOULE – mi klôa

BELARUSIAN – Ya tabe kahayu

BENGALI -aami tomakey bhalo basi

BERBER – righ kem

BOBO – ma kia bé nà

BOSNIAN – volim te

BRETON – karout a ran ac’hanout / da garout a ran / me az kar

BULGARIAN – Obicham te

BURMESE – nga nin ko chit te

CATALAN – t’estimo

CHEYENNE – ne’mehotatse

CHINESE – wo ai ni

CORSICAN – amu tè / ti tengu caru

CROATIAN – volim te

CZECH – Miluju Tě (or Miluji Tě)

DANISH – jeg elsker dig

DIOULA – mi fê

DUTCH – ik hou van jou

ESPERANTO – mi amas vin

ESTONIAN – ma armastan sind

FAROESE – eg elski teg

FINNISH – minä rakastan sinua

FILIPINO – mahal kita

FLEMISH (WESTERN) – ‘k zien je geeren

FRENCH – je t’aime

FRISIAN – ik hâld fan dy

FRIULAN – o ti vuei ben

GALICIAN – amo-te / ámote / quero-te / quérote

GEORGIAN – me shen mikvarkhar

GERMAN – ich liebe Dich

GREEK – s’agapo

GUARANÍ – rojhayhû

GUJARATI – hun tane prem karun chhun

HAITIAN CREOLE – mwen renmen’w / mouin rinmin’w

HAWAIAN – Aloha Au Ia`oe

HEBREW – ani ohev otakh (man to a woman)/ ani ohevet otkha (woman to man)

HINDI – main tumse pyar karta hoo

HMONG – kuv hlub koj

HUNGARIAN – szeretlek

ICELANDIC – ég elska þig

INDONESIAN – saya cinta padamu / saya cinta kamu

IRISH GAELIC – tá grá agam duit

ITALIAN – ti amo

JAPANESE – aishitemasu / aishiteru (barely used) / anata ga daisuki desu(“cute”)

KABYLIAN – hamlagh-kem (man to woman) / hamlaghk (woman to man)

KANNADA – naanu ninnanna pritisutteney

KHMER – bang srolaïgn ôn (man to woman) / ôn srolaïgn bang (woman to man)

KINYARWANDA – ndagukunda

KOREAN – saranghe

KURDISH – ez te hez dikim

LAO – khoi hak tchao lai

LATIN – te amo

LATVIAN – es tevi mÄ«lu

LEBANESE – b’hibik (man to woman) / b’hibak (woman to man)

LIGURIAN – mi te amu

LINGALA – na lingi yo

LITHUANIAN – aš tave myliu

LOW SAXON – ik hou van ju

LUXEMBOURGEOIS – ech hun dech gäer

MACEDONIAN – te sakam

MALAGASY – tiako ianao / tia anao aho (stronger)

MALAY – aku cinta padamu

MALAYALAM – enikku ninné ishtamaanu

MALTESE – inhobbok

MANX – ta graih aym ort

MAORI – kei te aroha au i a koe

MARQUESAN – hinenao au ia oe

MONGOLIAN – Bi chamd khairtai

MORÉ – mam nong-a fo

NAPOLETANO – t’ammo

NDEBELE – niya ku tanda

NEPALI – ma timilai prem garchhu

NORWEGIAN – jeg elsker deg

OCCITAN – t’aimi

PAPIAMENTU – mi ta stima bo

PERSIAN – dustat dâram (formal) / duset dâram (informal)

POLISH -Kocham Ciebie

PORTUGUESE – amo-te / eu te amo (Brazilian Portuguese)

PUNJABI – mein tenu pyar karda han (male speaker) / mein tenu pyar kardi han(female speaker)

QUECHUA de CUZCO – munakuyki

RAPA NUI – hanga rahi au kia koe

ROMANI – kamaù tut

ROMANIAN – te iubesc

RUSSIAN – Ya tebya liubliu

SAMOAN – ou te alofa ia te oe

SANGO – mbi yé mô

SARDINIAN – deo t’amo (logudorese) / deu t’amu (campidanese)

SCOTTISH GAELIC – tha gaol agam ort / tha gaol agam oirbh

SERBIAN – volim te

SESOTHO – ke ya ho rata

SHIMAORE – ni su hu vendza

SHONA – ndinokuda

SINDHI – moon khay tu saan piyar aahay

SINHALA – mama oyata aadareyi (spoken) / mama obata aadareyi (formal)

SIOUX – wastewalake

SLOVAK – Lu`bim ta

SLOVENIAN – ljubim te / rad te imam (male speaker) / rada te imam (femalespeaker)

SOBOTA – volim te / se te volime (lit.)

SOMALI – waan ku jecelahay

SONINKÉ – na moula

SPANISH – te amo / te quiero

SUSU – ira fan ma

SWAHILI – nakupenda

SWEDISH – jag älskar dig

TAGALOG – mahal kita

TAHITIAN – ua here vau ia oe

TAJIKI – jigarata bihrum duhtari hola (man to woman) / tra lav dorum (woman toman)

TAMIL – naan unnai kaadhalikkarn

TATAR – min sine yaratam

TELUGU – nenu ninnu premisthunnanu

TETUN – hau hadomi o

TIBETAN – na kirinla gaguidou

TURKISH – seni seviyorum

TURKMEN – seni söýärin

UKRAINIAN – Ya tebe kahayu

URDU – mein tumse mohabbat karta hoon (man to woman)/ main tumse mohabbat kartihoon (woman to man) / mujhe tum se pyar heh

UZBEK – men seni sevaman / men seni yahshi ko’raman (less formal)

VENETIAN – t’amo

VIETNAMESE – anh yêu em (man to woman)/ em yêu anh (woman to man)

WALOON – (orthographe à betchfessîs) dji vs voe voltî

WELSH – rydw i’n dy garu di

WEST INDIAN CREOLE – mwen enmen

WOLOF – nob nala

XHOSA – ndiyakuthanda

YIDDISH – ich hob dir lib

YORUBA – moni ife e

ZULU – ngiyakuthanda

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