How to Say ‘I Love You’ in 92 Languages

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How to Say ‘I Love You’ in 92 Languages

Valentine’s Day isn’t just about buying your partner cheap chocolates, wilting flowers or a ‘hot stuff’ man thong – It’s the day where you show the one you love just how much they mean to you.

Here at the Expat Hub we like to encourage love when we can. So, to make sure you’re able to say those three precious words no matter where you are in the world (and no matter what nationality your love-interest is) we’ve put together a list of ways of saying ‘I love you’ from around the globe.

I love you in Afrikaans = ‘Ek is lief vir jou. Ek het jou lief’

I love you in Albanian = ‘Te dua’

I love you in Amharic = ‘Afrekrishalehou’

I love you in Arabic = ‘Ana Behibek’ (to female) ‘Ana Behibak (to male)

I love you in Armenian = ‘Kezi chat ge sirem’ (Western Armenia) Yes kez sirum em (Eastern Armenia)

I love you in Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao = ‘mi stimabo’

I love you in Assyrian = ‘Ana ki bayinakh’

I love you in Basque = ‘Maite zaitut’

I love you in Bavarian = ‘I mog di narrisch gern’

I love you in Bengali = ‘Ami tomay bhalobashi’

I love you in Bosnian = ‘Volim te’

I love you in Brazilian Portuguese = ‘Eu te amo’

I love you in Bulgarian = ‘Obicham te’

I love you in Belarusian = ‘Ya tabe kahayu’

I love you in Bangla = ‘Aamee tuma ke bhalo aashi’

I love you in Cambodian = ‘Kh_nhaum soro lahn nhee ah’

I love you in Cantonese Chinese = ‘Ngo oiy ney a’

I love you in Catalan = ‘T`estimo’

I love you in Cheyenne = ‘Ne mohotatse’

I love you in Chichewa = ‘Ndimakukonda’

I love you in Creole = ‘Mi aime jou’

I love you in Croatian = ‘Volim te’

I love you in Czech = ‘Miluji te’

I love you in Danish = ‘Jeg elsker dig’

I love you in Dutch = ‘Ik hou van jou’

I love you in Esperanto = ‘Mi amas vin’

I love you in Estonian = ‘Ma armastan sind’

I love you in Ethiopian = ‘Afgreki`’

I love you in Farsi = ‘Doset daram’

I love you in Filipino = ‘Mahal kita’

I love you in Finnish = ‘Mina rakastan sinua’

I love you in Flemish = ‘Ik zie je graag’

I love you in French = ‘Je t`aime/ Je t`adore’

I love you in Gaelic = ‘Ta gra agam ort’

I love you in Galician = ‘Amote’

I love you in German = ‘Ich liebe dich’

I love you in Greek = ‘S’agapao

I love you in Gujarati = ‘Hoo thunay prem karoo choo’

I love you in Hawaiian = ‘Aloha wau ia oe’

I love you in Hebrew = ‘Anee oheiv otakh (to female) and Anee oheivet otkha (to male)’

I love you in Hindi = ‘Main tumse pyar karta hun’

I love you in Hmong = ‘Kuv hlub koj’

I love you in Hopi = ‘Nu` umi unangwa`ta’

I love you in Hungarian = ‘Szeretlek te’ged’

I love you in Icelandic = ‘Eg elska tig’

I love you in Indonesian = ‘Saya cinta padamu’

I love you in Irish = ‘Taim i`ngra leat’

I love you in Italian = ‘Ti amo’

I love you in Japanese = ‘Aishiteru’

I love you in Javanese = ‘Aku terno kowe/ Kulo tresno marang panjenengan’

I love you in Kannada = ‘Naanu ninna preetisuttene’

I love you in Kashmiri = ‘Meh chi chain maai’

I love you in Korean = ‘Sarang heyo’

I love you in Kurdish = ‘Ez te hezdikhem’

I Love you in Lao = ‘Khoi huk chau’

I love you in Laos = ‘Chanrackkun’

I love you in Latin = ‘Te amo’

I love you in Latvian = ‘Es tevi miilu’

I love you in Lithuanian = ‘As Myliu Tave’

I love you in Macedonian = ‘Te sakam’

I love you in Malaysian = ‘saya cinta awak’

I love you in Maldivian = ‘Dhivehi – varah loabi vey’

I love you in Maltese = ‘Inħobbok’

I love you in Mandarin Chinese = ‘Wo ai ni’

I love you in Mongolian = ‘Bi chamd khairtai’

I love you in Myanmar = ‘Nga nint ko chit dae’

I love you in Navaho = ‘Ayor anosh`ni’

I love you in Nepalese = ‘Ma timlai maya/prem garchu’

I love you in Norwegian = ‘Jeg elsker dek’

I love you in Persian = ‘Duset daaram’

I love you in Pilipino = ‘Mahal Kita/Iniibig Kita’

I love you in Polish = ‘Kocham Ciebie’

I love you in Portuguese = ‘Eu tea mo’

I love you in Punjabi = ‘Main tenu pyar karda haan’

I love you in Romanian = ‘Te iubesc’

I love you in Russian = ‘Ya lyublyu tebya’

I love you in Serbian = ‘Volim te’

I love you in Slovak = ‘Lubim ta’

I love you in Slovenian = ‘Ljubim te’

I love you in Somalia languages = ‘Waan kujeclahay’

I love you in Spanish = ‘Te quiero / Te amo’

I love you in Swahili = ‘Naku penda’

I love you in Swedish = ‘Jag älskar dig’

I love you in Taiwanese = ‘Naan Unnai Khadalikkeren’

I love you in Thai = ‘Phom Rak Khun/Ch’an Rak Khun’

I love you in Tibetan = ‘Nga Chola Gagai Yo/ Nga Chola Tsewa Yo’

I love you in Tunisian = ‘Ha eh bak’

I love you in Turkish = ‘Seni Seviyorum’

I love you in Ukrainian = ‘Ya tebya kahayu’

I love you in Vietnamese = ‘Anh ye^u em (to woman)/Em ye^u anh (to man)’

I love you in Welsh = ‘Rwy’n dy garu di’

I love you in Yiddish = ‘ Ikh hob dikh lib’

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