Tuesday

How to Say I Love You in Different Languages

This is quite interesting! Since Valentine Day is almost coming, I already read a lot of  friends  asking and posting in their facebook  wall on how we can say I Love You in Different languages. This is quite interesting on how to say these words in many  languages.

Cheers and I hope you have some ideas now on how to say  it in different  laguages. Feel free to comment  if  your language is not included. Thanks and Valentines Day in advance!

English: I love you
Albanian: të dua
Arabic: أنا أحبك
Arabic: bahebbak (to man), bahebbik (to woman)
Bosnian: Volim te
Bulgarian: Обичам те Bulgarian: Obicham te
Croatian: Volim te Czech: miluji tě
Danish: jeg elsker dig
Dutch: Ik houd van je
Estonian: Ma armastan sind   


Finnish: rakastan sinua
French: je t'aime
German: Ich liebe dich
Greek: Σ' αγαπώ, σε αγαπώ
Hungarian: szeretlek
Icelandic: ég elska þig
Irish: Tá grá agam duit, Mo ghrá thú
Italian: Ti amo, Ti voglio bene, Ti voglio bene assai
 Latvian: Es mīlu tevi
Lithuanian: Ash tave myliu
Luxembourgish: ech hunn dech gäer
Norwegian Bokmal: Jeg elsker deg
Norwegian Nynorsk: Eg elskar deg
Macedonian: те сакам Macedonian: Te sakam
Moldova: Craciun fericit si un An Nou fericit!
Polish: kocham cię
Portuguese: Eu amo-te
Romanian: Te iubesc
Serbian: Волим те
Serbian: Volim te
Slovak: Ľúbim ťa Slovene: Ljubim te
Spanish: Te amo, Te quiero
Swedish: jag älskar dig
Vlaams: Ik heb je lief

Bisaya: Nahigugma ko nimo
Cebuano: Gi gugma kita, Gihigugma ko ikaw
Dusun: Siuhang oku dia
Hawaiian: aloha wau iā ʻoe
Hiligaynon: Palangga ko ikaw, Guina higugma ko ikaw
Chamorro: Hu Guiya Hao
Ibaloi: Pip-piyan taha, Pipiyan ta han shili
Ilocano: Ay-ayaten ka
Indonesian: Aku cinta kamu, Saya cinta padamu
Javanese: kulo tresno panjenengan, aku tresno karo kowe
Kankana-ey: Laylaydek sik-a
Kapampangan: Kaluguran daka
Malay: Saya cintakan mu, Saya cintamu
Marshallese: Yokwe Yuk
Maori: Kei te aroha au i a koe, Ka aroha ki a koe
Papiamento: Mi ta stimábo
Rapanui: hanga rahi a'au kia koe
Samoan: Ou te alofa outou, Ou te alofa ia te oe
Tagalog: Mahal kita, Iniibig kita
Tahitian: Ua here vau ia oe

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