How To Say I Love You in 3000 Languages

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On February 14th, we celebrate love all over the world, and it’s likely that more than a few of you reading this have someone special in your life that you want to let know just how much they mean to you. Instead of using the same old, tired I love you on February 14th, try out one of these 3000 ways to say I love you in other languages to find the perfect message for your sweetheart!

Ways to say I love you in many languages

Portuguese

Aminha vida é tão bela porque você está nela. (My life is so beautiful because you are in it.) 2,000+ Languages Spoken Worldwide: If we wanted to, we could make a video of 3000 people saying I love you in their native language!

This means that every language on Earth has its own way of expressing love. Some phrases can be romantic, some funny, and others are downright bizarre! In fact, there are over 2,000 different languages spoken worldwide!

Bulgarian

Aпредавам ти много любов, но само ти. Нека си здрав! (I pass a lot of love to you, but only you. May be healthy!) -means I give you a lot of love, but only for you. May you be healthy! –

This is a phrase that people use when they are dating someone and want to show how much they care about them without having to tell them I love you out loud because it can be hard for some people. So instead of saying I love you they just say that phrase which means I give you a lot of love, but only for you.

Romanian

Aș te iubi (Aști ti iubesc) – I would love you. Te iubesc (Ti-iubesc) – I love you. Te ador (Ti-ador) – I adore you. Mă îndrăgostesc de tine (Mă indragostesc de tine) – I am falling in love with you. Sunt atat de fericit că esti alaturi de mine (Sunt atat de fericit că esti alaturi de mine) – I am so happy that you are by my side. Sunt atat de fericit să fiu cu tine (Sunt atat de fericit să fiu cu tine) – I’m so happy to be with you.

Spanish

Aprende a decir Te amo en 3000 idiomas
En inglés: How to say I love you in 3000 languages (no matter what your mother tongue is) But how do you tell someone that you love them, when there are no words for it? If a language has more than 30 million speakers, chances are it has a word for I love you.

But what if it doesn’t? How do we tell someone we care about them without using a translation? We’ve compiled an extensive list of all the ways to express affection and unconditional feelings towards another person.

Estonian

I love you. In Estonian, ma armastan sind. French: Je t’adore. In French, je t’adore. German: Ich liebe dich. In German, ich liebe dich. Greek: S’agapo. In Greek, s’agapo. Hindi: Hum tumse pyar karte hain. In Hindi, hum tumse pyar karte hain. Hungarian: Szeretlek.

Finnish

Aitäh, Rakastan sinua. (Thank you, I love you.) Amituofo! (Thank you, I love you.)
Amin! (I love you!)
Ani ohev otachmo. (Thank you, I love you.)
Ani ohev otachmo lecha dodi l’faneycha. (Thank you for loving me; thank God for loving me too.)
Ani ohev otachta lecha dodi l’faneycha.

French

Aimer means to like. The word aimer can be used as a verb or a noun. As a verb, it is conjugated with avoir or être. It has four tenses: present, imperfect, future and conditional. When conjugated with avoir, it becomes je/tu/il/elle aime (I/you/he/she likes). When conjugated with etre, it becomes j’aiime (I like), tu asime (you like), il / elle aime (he / she likes) and nous aimons (we like).

Lithuanian

Aš tave myliu. (I love you.) — At-wa-ve is pronounced as one word, with a slight pause between each syllable. You can also add an -k or -ki at the end of each sentence if you’re feeling more formal: aš tavė́iuok, aš tavė́iukė, etc. The same goes for all other words that end in -uok/-ūke. To make it sound even more like a native speaker, pronounce these endings slowly and draw out your vowels.

Russian

aš liubliu tave. Translation: I love you. (It’s pronounced ah-shloo-BEE-oo TAH-veh.) Polish: Kocham cię. Translation: I love you. (It’s pronounced koh-CHUM chee-eh.) German: Ich liebe dich! Translation: I love you! (It’s pronounced IH chick lih BAY duh.) French: Je t’adore!

Swedish

aldrig, snart, varldens lyckligaste par. French: Je t’adore. Italian: ti amo. Portuguese: eu te amo. Spanish: te quiero.

zulu

Ngiyakuthanda, which means i love you.

Polish

The language that is spoken by about 38 million people worldwide, making it one of Europe’s most widely spoken minority languages. However, as many as half of Polish speakers also speak another language, usually English or German. It is also one of two official languages in Poland. The other official language is Russian. In total there are over 70 million Polish speakers living on Earth today.

Thai

a-dtaaw-rao-gae, which means I love you. It is said that Thai people are very shy when it comes to expressing their feelings, but they will always find a way to express them. In fact, there are several ways to say I love you in Thai. You can also use one of these phrases: รักเธอ (rák thɯː) or เป็นใคร (bpen khrai).

Greek, Latin and many more…

a list of all of our favourite ways to express our love for one another.

igbo

a hụrụ m gị n’anya, which means I love you.

italian

Ti voglio bene, which means i love you. It is a very common way of saying I love you in italian and usually used between family members or good friends.

Hindi

मुझे तुमसे प्यार है, which means i love you.

Latin

amo te tam multo, which means i love you so much.

German

Ich liebe dich, which means i love you.

In spanish i love you is te quiero which literally means i want you. Likewise, german Ich liebe dich, which means i want you and not i love you. The same applies for portuguese and arabic. In spanish tambien me gustas mucho, which means i like you a lot.

Conclusion

so, finally, we have sorted out least most of the favorite languages in the world today so feel free. Send to your loved ones to show how much you care about them, thanks for reading this article. Follow below to make some comments on how helpful this article really help you.

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