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50 Ways to Say I Love You in Another Language
by On February 13, 2009

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we wanted to share with you how people from other parts of the globe express their love.

The words “I love you” is the most important phrase in the world, and every culture and country in the history of this planet developed their own unique ways of putting their love into words.

Below is a list of some of the different ways to say “I love you” in languages from around the world. You might not ever have the chance to visit every one of the countries or cultures listed below, but I’m sure the people you love in your life would absolutely love it if you took the time to learn how to say “I love you” to them in some different languages.

So pick out a few of the phrases below and surprise your sweetheart, children, parents or friends with words of love from another language!

50 Ways to Say I Love You in Another Language

1. Arabic:  Ana Behibak (To A Male)
                 Ana Behibek (To A Female)
2. Bolivian:  Quechua Qanta Munani
3. Bulgarian:  Obicham Te
4. Burmese:  Chit Pa De
5. Cambodian: Bon Sro Lanh Oon 
6. Croatian:  Ljubim Te
7. Czech:  Miluji Te
8. Danish:  Jeg Elsker Dig
9. Dutch:  Ik Hou Van Jou
10. Ecuador: Quechua Canda Munani
11. Estonian: Mina Armastan Sind
12. Filipino:  Mahal Ka Ta
13. Finnish:  Mina Rakastan Sinua
14. French:  Je T’aime
15. German:  Ich Liebe Dich
16. Greek:  S’ Agapo
17. Hawaiian: Aloha
18. Hebrew:  Ani Ohev Otach (to Female) 
                     Anh Ye’U Em (to Woman)
19. Hindi:  Mai tumse Pyar karta hoon (to Female) 
                 Mai tumse Pyar karti hoon (to Male)
20. Hungarian:  Szeretlek
21. Icelandic:  Eg Elska Thig
22. Indonesian:  Saja Kasih Saudari
23. Irish:  Taim I’ Ngra Leat
24. Italian:  Ti Amo
25. Japanese:  Kimi O Ai Shiteru
26. Korean:  Tangsinul  Sarang Ha Yo
27. Kurdish: Ez Te Hez Dikim
28. Latin:  Te Amo
29. Lithuanian:  Tave Myliu
30. Norwegian:  Jeg Elsker Deg
31. Persian:  Tora Dost Daram
32. Polish:  Kocham Cie
33. Portuguese:  Eu Te Amo 
      (Brazilian)   
34. Romanian:  Te Iu Besc
35. Russian:  Ya Vas Liubliu
36. Serbian:  Lubim Te
37. Slovak: Lubim Ta
38. Spanish:  Te Quiero
39. Sri Lankan:  Mama Oyata Arderyi
40. Swahili:  Naku Penda
41. Swedish:  Jag A’Lskar Dig
42. Thai:  Ch’an Rak Khun
43. Tibetan: Na Kirinla Gaguidou
44. Turkish:  Seni Seviyo*Rum
45. Ukrainian:  Ja Tebe Kokhaju
46. Vietnamese: Em Ye’U Anh (to Man)
                          Anh Ye’U Em (to Woman)
47. Welsh:  Rwy’n Dy Garu Di
48. Yiddish: Ich Hob Dir Lib
49. Yugoslavian:  Ya Te Volim
50. Zulu:  Ngiyakuthanda!

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