I Love You in many languages

I Love You in many languages

I Love You I Love You in many languages

The ways to say, “I love you” are so many as there are languages. Here you can find “I Love You” in many different languages. In every language this sounds different and also that depends on languages intonation, for that reason “I love you” can sound tenderly, a little hard or even rudely. The phrase “I love you” has different length in the other languages. It can be only one word or more than four or five words.

Afrikaans Ek is lief vir jou
Ek het jou lief
Albanian Te dua
Amharic Afekrishalehou
Arabic Ana Behibak (to a male)
Ana Behibek (to a female)
Armenian kezi chat ge sirem (in western Armenian)
yes kez sirum em (in eastern armenian)
yes kez shat em siroom
aruba bonaire mi stimabo
Assyr Assyrian Az tha hijthmekem
ANA KI BAYINAKH
Australian ‘ave a beer 
Azerbaijanian Men seni severam
Basque Maite zaitut.Asko maite zaitut. (I love you a lot)
Bavarian I mog di narrisch gern
Bengali Ami tomAy bhAlobAshi
Berber Lakh tirikh
BHOJPURI ham tahara se pyar karila
Bicol Namumutan ta ka
Bisaya Nahigugma ko nimo
Bosnian volim te (most common)  (Volim Te Ba) ja te volim (less common)
Brazilian Portuguese eu te amo
Bulgarian Obicham te
Cambodian kh_nhaum soro_lahn nhee_ah
Bon sro lanh oon
Cantonese Ngo oi ney
Catalan T’estim (mallorcan)
T’estime (valencian)
T’estimo (catalonian)
T’estim molt (I love you a lot)
Cebuano Gi Gugma Kita
chaldean Hey- Ben- nahh (to female)
Hey-Ben-noohh (to male)
Chamorro Hu Guiya Hao
Chanchal main (i like you)
main Tere bina main ji nahi pauga (i love you)
mail tere bina kaha jauga
Chinese Wo ie ni
Croatian Volim te (most common), or
Ja te volim (less common)
Czech miluji te
Danish Jeg elsker dig
Dhivehi  Aharen Kalaa Dhekeh Loabivey
Dutch Ik hou van jou
East Timor Hau hadomi (Hau=I hadomi=love o=you)
English I love you!
Esperanto Mi amas vin
Estonian Ma armastan sind
Mina armastan sind (formal)
Persian (Farsi) Tora dust midaram
Flemish ik zie je graag   or   ik hou van je
Ik heb je lief (in songs)
Finnish Mina rakastan sinua
French Je t’aime
Friesian Ik bin fereale op dy
Ik ha^ld fan dy (Most commonly used phrase)
Gaelic Ta gra agam ort  (Tá mé i ngrá leat?)
Galician Ámote
Georgian Me shen mikvarkhar
German Ich liebe dich
i moag di  (an old saying for “i like you”)
I mog Di ganz arg! (Suebian: South German dialekt.)
Greek S’agapo
Hausa Ina sonki
Hawaiian Aloha wau ia ‘oe
Hindi Main tumse pyar karta hun (Male will say to Female) Mai Tumshe Pyaar Karta Hun Main tumse pyar karti hun (Female will say to Male)
Hokkien Gwa ai di  (Wa ai lu?)
Hopi Nu’ umi unangwa’ta
Hmong “Kuv Hlub Koj”
Pronounced “Goo (rising tone) Hloo (high tone)
Hungarian Szeretlek te’ged
Icelandic Ég elska þig (pronounced jeg elska thig)
Irish taim i’ ngra leat
Italian Ti amo
Ivatan Ichaddaw ko imo
Japanese Kimi o ai shiteru  (Anata wa, dai suki desu ?)
Javanese Kulo tresno marang panjenengan (formal) aku terno kowe (informal)
Karen Ya Eh Na Arr Gyi Law.
Kashmiri meh chi chain maai
Kazakh Men seny jaksy kuremyn
Kiswahili Nakupenda
Konkani Hanv tukka preeti karta
Korean Tangsinul sarang ha yo
Koryese Ten� eretemar
Kurdish Ez te hezdikhem
mn tom oxshawet or xoshm awet ???
Kyrgyz Men seni syuem
Lahu Nga naw hta ha ja.
Lao Khoi huk chau
Laos Chanrackkun
Latin Te amo  (Ego te amo ?)
Vos amo
Amo te
Latvian Es Tevi milu  (Es m lu Tevi ?)
Lingala Nalingi yo
Lithuanian að myliu tave  (As Myliu Tave)
Aš tave myliu. [Ash tave myliu]
Luganda  nkwagala
Luo Aheri
Macedonian Te sakam
Madrid lingo Me molas, tronca
Malaysian saya cinta awak   or   saya sayang awak
Maldivian dhivehi – varah loabi vey
Maltese Inħobbok (Inħobbok Ħafna: I love you very much!)
Mandarian Wo ai ni
Mohawk Konoronhkwa
Moldova (Moldovian) Te iubesc Craciun fericit si un An Nou fericit!(Merry Christmas and a happy new year!)
Mongolia Bi chamd khairtai
Myanmar (Burma) Nga nint ko chit dae
Nga nint go chit tel.
Navajo Ayor anosh’ni
Ndebele Ngiyakuthanda
Nepali Ma timlai maya/prem garchu
Norwegian Jeg elsker deg (Bokmaal)
Eg elskar deg (Nynorsk)
Persian Tora dost daram  (Tora Doost Darem ?)
Duset daaram (informal language)
Dustat daaram (more peotic)
Pilipino Mahal Kita
Iniibig Kita
Polish Kocham cię
Ja Cie Kocham (Pronounced Yacha kocham)
Ja cię kocham (thats acurate spelling) is completly not in use.
\”Ja\” is \”I\” and in this type of sentence we just skip it.
Portuguese Eu amo-te (continental)
Eu te amo (Brazilian)
Punjabi Main tenu pyar karda haan
Meno Tere Na Pyar Wa
Menu Twadey Naal Pyar Hai
me tumse pyar ker ta hu’
Romanian Te iubesc
Russian Ya lyublyu tebya
Ya vas lyublyu
Ya tebya liubliu
Scot Gaelic Tha gra\dh agam ort
Serbian Volim te (most common), or
Ja te volim” (less common)
Serbo-Croatian Volim te
Shona Ndinokuda
Sinhalese Mama Oyata Aadarei
Sioux Techihhila
Slovak lubim ta
Slovenian (Slovene) Ljubim te
Somalia Languages Waan kujeclahay
Spanish Te quiero
Te amo
Swahili Naku penda
Swedish Jag älskar dig (pronounces) jag aelskar dig
Swiss-German Ch’ha di ga”rn
Tagalog Mahal kita
Iniibig kita
Taiwanese Gwa ai lee
Tamil NAN UNNAI KHADAL LIKERAN Naan Unnai Khadalikkeren
Thai Phom Rak Khun
Ch’an Rak Khun
Khao Raak Thoe / chun raak ter
Tibetan Nga Chola Gagai Yo. Nga Chola Tsewa Yo
Tunisian NMOUT ALIK Ha eh bak (ÃÍÈß – spelled AHEBAK)
Turkish Seni seviyorum!
Ukranian Ya tebya kahayu
Ya tebe kohayu (Ya tebe kohau)
ya tebya lyublyu (Russian variant)
Yalleh blutebeh
Ya lublu tebe (ryss variant)
Urdu (Pakistan) MUJHAY TUM SAY MOHABBAT HAY  or
Main tum say pyar karta hoon.
Mea tum se pyaar karta hu (when a guy says it)
Mea tum se pyar karti hu (when a gal says it)
Vietnamese Anh ye^u em (man to woman)
Em ye^u anh (woman to man)
Toi yeu em
Vlaams (Flemish) ik zie je graag or ik hou van je
Ik heb je lief (in songs)
Welsh ‘Rwy’n dy garu di.
Yr wyf i yn dy garu di (chwi)
Rwy’n caru ti
xhosa ndiyakuthanda
Yiddish Ikh hob dikh lib
Yoruba Mo ni ife re
Zazi Ezhele hezdege (sp?)
Zuni Tom ho’ ichema