Saying "I Love You" in Different Languages

Posted by jun auza On 2/14/2009
As some of you may have noticed this week, I have not been posting articles as often as before. I’ve been really busy once again so I’m spending my little free time bonding with my family instead of writing here. But, it's all good and I hope to be back on track by next week.

Anyway, the point of this post is not to make excuses but to greet everyone of you, and of course to my loving wife a Happy Valentine's Day. And please allow me to say, "I love you" in different languages:

* Afrikaans: Ek is lief vir jou

* Albanian: Te dua

* Arabic: Ana behibak (to male) or Ana behibek (to female)

* Armenian: Yes kez sirumem

* Basque: Maitea haut

* Bavarian: I mog di narrisch gern

* Bengali: Ami tomake bhalobashi

* Boholano: Gihigugma ko ikaw

* Bulgarian: Obicham te

* Burmese: Nin ko nga chitde or Chit pa de

* Cambodian: Bon sro lanh oon

* Catalan: T'estimo

* Cherokee: Tsi ge yu i

* Cheyenne: Ne mohotatse

* Chichewa: Ndimakukonda

* Chickasaw: Chiholloli

* Chinese: Ngo oi ney or Wo ai ni

* Corsican: Ti tengu caru

* Croatian: Volim te

* Czech: Miluji te

* Danish: Jeg elske dig

* Dholuo (Kenyan tribe): Aheri

* Dutch: Ik hou van je

* Elvish: Amin mela lle from The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien

* English: I love you

* Esperanto: Mi amas vin

* Estonian: Mina armastan sind

* Ethiopian: Afgreki'

* Farsi: Mahn doostaht doh-rahm

* Finnish: Mina rakastan sinua

* Flemish: Ik zie oe geerne

* French: Je t'aime

* Gaelic: Ta gra agam ort

* Georgian: Mikvarhar

* German: Ich liebe dich

* Greek: S'agapo

* Greenlandic: Asavakit

* Gujarati: Mai thara prem karu chu

* Haitian Creole: Mwen renmen'w

* Hawaiian: Aloha au ia'oe

* Hebrew: Ani ohev otah (to female) or Ani ohevet othah (to male)

* Hindi: Mai tumase pyar karata hun or Mai tumase pyar karati hun

* Hopi: Nu' umi unangwa'ta

* Hungarian: Szeretlek

* Icelandic: Eg elska thig

* Indian Gujarati dialect: Tane prem karoo choo

* Indonesian: Saya cinta padamu

* Irish: Taim i'ngra leat

* Italian: Ti amo or Ti voglio bene

* Japanese: Ai shite ru or Kimi o ai shiteru

* Kannada (India): Naanu ninnanu preethisuthene

* Kenyan: Nakupenda

* Kiswahili (East African): Ninakupenda

* Korean: Sarang hapnida

* Kurdish: Ez te hezdikhem

* Lao: Khoi huk chau

* Latin: Te amo

* Latvian: Es tev milu

* Lebanese: Bahibak

* Lithuanian: As myliu tave

* Luo: Aheri

* Macedonian: Te sakam

* Malay: Saya cintamu or Saya sayangmu

* Maltese: Inhobbok

* Mandarin: Wo ai ni

* Mohawk: Konoronhkwa or Kanbhik

* Moroccan: Ana moajaba bik

* Navajo: Ayor anosh'ni

* Norwegian: Jeg elsker deg or elsker deg

* Pakistani: Muje tum se mu habbat hai

* Persian: Doostet daram or Tora dost daram

* Pig Latin: Ie Ovele Ouye

* Polish: Kocham cie

* Portuguese: Eu te amo

* Romanian: Te iubesc

* Russian: La liubliu tebia or Ya vas lyublyu

* Scottish Gaelic: Tha gra dh agam ort

* Serbian: Ljubim te or Ja te volim

* Sign language: I -- point at self with index finger. love -- hold crossed hands over your chest. you -- point with index finger to the other person.

* Sioux: Techihhila

* Slovak: Lubim ta

* Slovenian: Ljubim te

* South African: Ek het jou lief

* Spanish: Te amo

* Swahili: Nakupenda

* Swedish: Jag alskar dig

* Swiss: Ch'ha di ga'rn

* Syrian: Bhebbek (to female) or Bhebbak (to male)

* Taiwanese: Gwa ai lee

* Tagalog: Mahal kita

* Tahitian: Ua here vau ia oe

* Thai: Phom rak khun or Ch'an rak khun

* Tswana: Ke a go rata

* Tunisian: Ha eh bak

* Turkish: Seni seviyorum

* Ukrainian: Ya tebe kahayu

* Urdu: Me aap se pyaar karthi houn

* Venda: Ndi a ni funa

* Vietnamese: Anh yeu em (to female) or Em yeu anh (to male)

* Welsh: Rwy'n dy garu di

* Wolof (Western Africa, mostly Senegal area): Nop nala

* Yiddish: Ikh hob dikh lib

* Yugoslavian: Ya te volim

* Zulu: Ngiyakuthanda

* Zuni: Tom ho'ichema

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