14 April, 2021

Say ” I Love You” in 50 Different Languages

SAY ” I LOVE YOU” IN 50 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES

According to Chapman, there are five love languages: Words of Affirmation, Act of Service, Receiving Gifts, Quality time, and Physical Touch, and each one are important in expressing love. On this Valentine’s Day with all adoration and passion say this little three words will add a simple sweeter justice, but if you want to tell you, Valentine, really you love her till end, then tell them in different languages, apart from flowers and chocolates just add this in the Valentine card in different languages to say ” I Love You” will definitely add up spice in your relationship on this Valentine.

Speak the Language of Love in 50 Different Ways

  1. Albanian: “Te dua”
  2. Arabic: “Ana behibak” (male) or “Ana behibek” (female)
  3. Armenian: “Yes k’yez sirum yem
  4. Bulgarian: “Ubicham te
  5. Cambodian: “Soro lahn nhee ah
  6. Croatian: “Volim te
  7. Czech: “Miluji te
  8. Danish: “Jeg elsker dig
  9. Dutch:  “Ik hou van je
  10. Filipino: “Mahal kita
  11. Finnish: “Mina rakastan sinua
  12. French: “Je t’aime” or “Je t’adore
  13. German: “Ich liebe dich
  14. Greek: “S’agapo
  15. Hawaiian: “Aloha au ia ‘oe
  16. Hebrew: “Ani ohev otah” (female) or “Ani ohevet othah” (male)
  17. Hindi: “Maim tumase pyara karata hum
  18. Hungarian: “Szeretlek
  19. Indonesian: “Aku cinta kamu
  20. Irish Gaelic: “Taim i’ngra leat
  21. Italian: “Ti amo
  22. Japanese: “Aishiteru” or “Anata ga daisuki desu
  23. Korean: “Sarang hapnida
  24. Latin: “Te amo
  25. Latvian: “Es milu tevi”
  26. Lebanese: “Bahibak”
  27. Lithuanian: “As tave myliu”
  28. Mandarin: “Wo ai ni”
  29. Moroccan: “Ana moajaba bik”
  30. Navajo: “Ayor anosh’ni”
  31. Norwegian: “Jeg elsker deg”
  32. Polish: “Kocham cie”
  33. Portuguese: “Eu te amo”
  34. Romanian: “Te iubesc”
  35. Russian: “Ya tebya lyublyu”
  36. Scottish Gaelic: “Tha gaol agam ort”
  37. Serbian: “Volim te”
  38. Spanish: “Te quiero” or “Te amo”
  39. Swahili: “Ninakupenda”
  40. Swedish: “Jag alskar dig”
  41. Swiss: “Ch’ha di ga’rn”
  42. Syrian: “Bhebbek” (female) or “Bhebbak” (male)
  43. Tahitian: “Ua here vau la ie”
  44. Taiwanese: “Gwa ai lee”
  45. Turkish: “Seni seviyorum”
  46. Ukrainian: “Ta tebe kahayu”
  47. Vietnamese: “Toi yeu ban”
  48. Welsh: “Fi cariad eich”
  49. Yiddish: “Ikh hob dikh”
  50. Yugoslavian: “Ya te volim”