“I Love You” In All Languages

How to say “I Love You” in different languages???
Let’s See… a List with more than 125 Languages!

AFRIKAANS – ek het jou lief / ek is lief vir jou
ALBANIAN – të dua
ALSATIAN – ich hab die lieb
Dialectal ARABIC (North African) – n’bghick
Dialectal ARABIC (Eastern) – bahebbak (to a man) / bahebbik (to a woman)
Literary ARABIC – ouhibbouka (to a man) / ouhibbouki (to a woman)
ARMENIAN – yes kez siroumem
ASTURIAN – quiérote
ATTIÉ – min bou la yé
AZERI – men seni sevirem
BAMBARA – né bi fè
BASQUE – maite zaitut
BAOULE – mi klôa
BELARUSIAN – Кахаю цябе (kahaju ciabie)

BENGALI – aami tomakey bhalo basi
BERBER – righ kem
BOBO – ma kia bé nà
BOSNIAN – volim te
BRETON – karout a ran ac’hanout / da garout a ran / me az kar
BULGARIAN – обичам те
BURMESE – nga nin ko chit te
CATALAN – t’estimo
CHEYENNE – ne’mehotatse
CHINESE – wo ai ni
CORSICAN – amu tè / ti tengu caru
CROATIAN – volim te
CZECH – miluji tě
DANISH – jeg elsker dig
DIOULA – mi fê
DUTCH – ik hou van jou
ESPERANTO – mi amas vin
ESTONIAN – ma armastan sind
FAROESE – eg elski teg
FINNISH – minä rakastan sinua
FILIPINO – mahal kita
FLEMISH (WESTERN) – ‘k zien je geeren
FRENCH – je t’aime
FRISIAN – ik hâld fan dy
FRIULAN – o ti vuei ben
GALICIAN – amo-te / ámote / quero-te / quérote
GEORGIAN – me shen mikvarkhar
GERMAN – ich liebe Dich
GREEK – s’agapo
GUARANÍ – rojhayhû
GUJARATI – hun tane prem karun chhun
HAITIAN CREOLE – mwen renmen’w / mouin rinmin’w
HAWAIAN – aloha wau iā ‘oe
HEBREW – ani ohev otakh (man to a woman)/ ani ohevet otkha (woman to man)
HINDI – main tumse pyar karta hoo
HMONG – kuv hlub koj
HUNGARIAN – szeretlek
ICELANDIC – ég elska þig
INDONESIAN – saya cinta padamu / saya cinta kamu
IRISH GAELIC – tá grá agam duit
ITALIAN – ti amo
JAPANESE – aishitemasu / aishiteru (barely used) / anata ga daisuki desu (“cute”)
KABYLIAN – hamlagh-kem (man to woman) / hamlaghk (woman to man)
KANNADA – naanu ninnanna pritisutteney
KHMER – bang srolaïgn ôn (man to woman) / ôn srolaïgn bang (woman to man)
KINYARWANDA – ndagukunda
KOREAN – saranghe
KURDISH – ez te hez dikim
LAO – khoi hak tchao lai
LATIN – te amo
LATVIAN – es tevi mīlu
LEBANESE – b’hibik (man to woman) / b’hibak (woman to man)
LIGURIAN – mi te amu
LINGALA – na lingi yo
LITHUANIAN – aš tave myliu
LOW SAXON – ik hou van ju
LUXEMBOURGEOIS – ech hun dech gäer
MACEDONIAN – te sakam
MALAGASY – tiako ianao / tia anao aho (stronger)
MALAY – aku cinta padamu
MALAYALAM – enikku ninné ishtamaanu
MALTESE – inħobbok
MANX – ta graih aym ort
MAORI – kei te aroha au i a koe
MARQUESAN – hinenao au ia oe
MONGOLIAN – Би чамд хайртай (bi chamd khairtai)
MORÉ – mam nong-a fo
NAPOLETANO – t’ammo
NDEBELE – niya ku tanda
NEPALI – ma timilai prem garchhu
NORWEGIAN – jeg elsker deg
OCCITAN – t’aimi
PAPIAMENTU – mi ta stima bo
PERSIAN – dustat dâram (formal) / duset dâram (informal)
POLISH – kocham cię
PORTUGUESE – amo-te / eu te amo (Brazilian Portuguese)
PUNJABI – mein tenu pyar karda han (male speaker) / mein tenu pyar kardi han (female speaker)
QUECHUA de CUZCO – munakuyki
RAPA NUI – hanga rahi au kia koe
ROMANI – kamaù tut
ROMANIAN – te iubesc
RUSSIAN – Я тебя люблю (ia tibia lioubliou)
SAMOAN – ou te alofa ia te oe
SANGO – mbi yé mô
SARDINIAN – deo t’amo (logudorese) / deu t’amu (campidanese)
SCOTTISH GAELIC – tha gaol agam ort / tha gaol agam oirbh
SERBIAN – volim te
SESOTHO – ke ya ho rata
SHIMAORE – ni su hu vendza
SHONA – ndinokuda
SINDHI – moon khay tu saan piyar aahay
SINHALA – mama oyata aadareyi (spoken) / mama obata aadareyi (formal)
SIOUX – wastewalake
SLOVAK – ľúbim ťa / milujem ťa
SLOVENIAN – ljubim te / rad te imam (male speaker) / rada te imam (female speaker)
SOBOTA – volim te / se te volime (lit.)
SOMALI – waan ku jecelahay
SONINKÉ – na moula
SPANISH – te amo / te quiero
SUSU – ira fan ma
SWAHILI – nakupenda
SWEDISH – jag älskar dig
TAGALOG – mahal kita
TAHITIAN – ua here vau ia oe
TAJIKI – jigarata bihrum duhtari hola (man to woman) / tra lav dorum (woman to man)
TAMIL – naan unnai kaadhalikkarn
TATAR – min sine yaratam
TELUGU – nenu ninnu premisthunnanu
TETUN – hau hadomi o
TIBETAN – na kirinla gaguidou
TURKISH – seni seviyorum
TURKMEN – seni söýärin
UDMURT – mon tone jaratiśko
UKRAINIAN – Я тебе кохаю (ia tebe kohaiu)
URDU – mein tumse mohabbat karta hoon (man to woman)/ main tumse mohabbat karti hoon (woman to man) / mujhe tum se pyar heh
UZBEK – men seni sevaman / men seni yahshi ko’raman (less formal)
VENETIAN – t’amo
VIETNAMESE – anh yêu em (man to woman)/ em yêu anh (woman to man)
WALOON – (orthographe à betchfessîs) dji vs voe voltî
WELSH – rydw i’n dy garu di
WEST INDIAN CREOLE – mwen enmen
WOLOF – nob nala
XHOSA – ndiyakuthanda
YIDDISH – ich hob dir lib
YORUBA – moni ife e
ZULU – ngiyakuthanda

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