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How to say I love you in different languages

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So many different languages, so many ways to say “I love you”
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There are many ways to say "I love you." Of course, these feelings can be expressed verbally. But, they can also be expressed by a look, a touch or a deep sigh! We all say "I love you at different times and in different ways (not just the language difference). We typically say "I love you" when we are going out the door on our way to work. We say it when we end a phone conversation and "I love you" are often the last words our children hear as we tuck them into bed at night.

But, if you want to know how to say I love you in different languages, just read below!

  • Afrikaans - Ek is lief vir jou!
  • Albanian - Te dua!
  • Amharic - Afekrishalehou!
  • Arabic - Ana behibak (to male) Ana behibek (to female)
  • Armenian - Yes kez si'rumem!
  • Basque - Maite zaitut!
  • Bengal - i Ami tomake bahlobashi!
  • Bosnian - Volim te!
  • Bulgarian - Obicham te!
  • Catalan - T'estimo!
  • Creole - Mi aime jou!
  • Croatian - Volim te!
  • Czech - Miluji tev!
  • Danish - Jeg elsker dig!
  • Dutch - Ik hou van je!
  • English - I love you!
  • Esperanto - Mi amas vin!
  • Estonian - Mina armastan sind!
  • Farsi - Tora dost daram!
  • Filipino - Iniibig kita!
  • Finnish - (Mä) rakastan sua!
  • French - Je t'aime!
  • Frisian - Ik hald fan dei!!
  • Galician - Querote!
  • German - Ich liebe dich!
  • Greek - S'ayapo!
  • Gujarati - Hoon tane pyar karoochhoon! tane chaahuN chhuN!
  • Hawaiian - Aloha wau ia 'oe!
  • Hebrew - Anee ohev otach (m to f), Anee ohevet otcha (f to m), Anee ohev otcha (m to m), Anee ohevet otach (f to f)
  • Hindi Mai - tumase pyar karata hun (m to f), Mai tumase pyar karati hun (f to m)
  • Hungarian - Szeretlek!
  • Icelandic - Eg elska thig!
  • Indonesian - Saya cinta padamu!
  • Irish - t'a gr'a agam dhuit!
  • Italian - Ti amo!
  • Japanese - Kimi o ai shiteru!
  • Korean - Dangsinul saranghee yo!
  • Latin - Te amo!
  • Latvian - Es tevi milu!
  • Lithuanian - As tave myliu!
  • Malaysian - Saya cintamu!
  • Mandarin - Wo ai ni!
  • Marshallese - Yokwe Yuk!
  • Norwegian - Jeg elsker deg!
  • Polish - Kocham ciebie!
  • Portuguese - Eu te amo!
  • Romanian - Te iubesc!
  • Russian - Ya tyebya lyublyu!
  • Sanskrit - twayi snihyaami
  • Serbian - Volim te!
  • Sesotho - Kiyahurata!
  • Slovak - Lubim ta!
  • Slovenian - Ljubim te!
  • Spanish - Te amo!
  • Swahili - Nakupenda!
  • Swedish - Jag älskar dig!
  • Tagalog - Mahal kita!
  • Thai - Phom rug khun (Male) Chan rug khun (Female)
  • Turkish - Seni seviyorum!
  • Ukrainian - Ya tebe kokhayu!
  • Urdu - Main tumse muhabbat karta hoon!
  • Vietnamese - Anh yeu em (m to f), Em yeu an (f to m)
  • Welsh - Rwy'n dy garu di!
  • Yiddish - Kh'hob dikh lib!
  • Zulu - Ngiyakuthanda!

    Now you know how to say I love you in different languages—from A to Z! If you want to take your foreign language expertise to the next level, learning to say hello in different languages is an excellent place to start.

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