How to Say “I Love You” in 40 Languages

Posted February 14, 2013 by Elica Sue in Languages


I LOVE YOU in many different languages



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Love may be a universal language, but the words in which we can express those are not exactly be the same. Foreign languages add beautiful variety to the world, yet it isn’t always easy. To help you guys out, if you want to tell your loved one “I love you” in another language (or another 50 languages), check out our list in 40 different languages.

1. English – I love you.

2. Spanish – Te amo.

3. Italian – Ti amo.

4. Tagalog – Mahal kita.

5. Mandarin Chinese – Wo ai ni.

6. French – Je t’aime.

7. German – Ich liebe dich.

8. Russian – Ya tebya liubliu.

9. Farsi – Dooset daram.

10. Korean – Saranghaeyo.

11. Japanese – Daisuki desu.

12. Portuguese – Te amo.

13. Greek – S’Agapo

14. Catalan – T’estimo.

15. Afrikaans – Ek het jou lief.

16. Dutch – Ik hou van jou.

17. Finnish – Mina rakastan sinua.

18. Gujarati – Hoo thunay prem karoo choo.

19. Icelandic – Eg elska tig.

20. Polish – Kocham cie.

21. Romanian – Tu iubesc.

22. Slovak – Lubim ta.

23. Swedish – Jag alaskar dig.

24. Thai – Chan (to male)/Phom (to female) rak khun.

25. Turkish – Seni seviyorum.

26. Ukrainian – Ya tebe kahayu.

27. Vietnamese – Anh yeu em (to female) / Em yeu anh (to male)

28. Swahili – Ninapeda wewe.

29. Latvian – Es tevi miilu.

30. Irish – Taim i’ ngra leat.

31. Indonesian – Saya cinta kamu.

32. Hungarian – Szeretlek.

33. Hmong – Kuv hlub koj.

34. Hindi – Main tumse pyaar karta (to female)/karti (to male) hoon.

35. Georgian – Mikvarhar.

36. Gaelic – Ta gra agram ort.

37. Ethiopian – Afgreki

38. Czech – Miluji te.

39. Albanian – Te dua.

40. Armenian – Yes kez sirumem.

Did I miss your language? Comment down below how to say “I love you” in your language! 


About the Author

Elica Sue

Elica Sue is WildJunket's web editor and writer specializing in languages and student travel. Based in California, she grew up with an exposure to a menagerie of culture, language, and art, and is a student pursuing what she is most passionate about: writing, traveling, and learning languages. She blogs at Travelengua.

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