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I Love You in 365 Different Languages

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Aari: እወድሃለው (Ewädhälläw)❤
Abaza: Aщьызабзэ (Ashch’yzabzé)
Abellen: Ich han di geer (Swiss German dialect)
Abenaki: Keske’ (Eastern dialect)😘
Adnyamathanha: Ngathangga ngurra
Adyghe: Агъуащэ (Aguāš̍)
Afrihili: Mi êrê iṅgláh
Afrikaans: Ek het jou lief
Aghul: Заха къило (Zaha q’ilo)
Ahtna: Ts’ena tsetsegh❤
Ainu: オシネプッ (Oshineppu)
Akkadian: 𒀝𒀜𒌍𒆠𒊭 (Šūm aḫūšu)
Akkala Sámi: Moe ráhkisvuohta
Aklanon: Higugma ko ikaw
Algerian Saharan Arabic: نحبك (Nhebik)
Algonquin: Kwi wabishk
Alyutor: Инаралкан (Inaralkan)
Amdang: Aku sayang tu
Amharic: አይበልሽ (Ayebelesh)
Ancient Greek: Ἀγαπῶ σε (Agapō se)
Angika: हम तूर से प्यार करैली (Ham tūr se pyār kara’īlī)
Apsaalooke: Biiaalúuke
Arabela: Eu t’adoro
Arabic: أحبك (Ana uhibbuka)
Aragonese: Ti amo
Aramaic: ܢܚܪܐ ܐܫܘܪܝܐ (Nehra ashuriya)
Arapaho: Níi3eníi3enáá
Arbëreshë Albanian: Ti amu ❤
Archi: Къаш хъун (Ḳaš ḥaun)
Arikara: Inadi nihi
Arin: Ne miadun
Armenian: Ես սիրում եմ քեզ (Yes sirumem k’ez)
Aromanian: Te iubesc
Arrernte: Ntyalke mparntwe
Arvanitika: Σ’αγαπώ (S’agapo)
Assamese: মই তোমাক ভাল পাৰি (Moi tomak bhal pari)
Assiniboine: Niyakahan
Asturian: Quérote
Atikamekw: Niskaminan
Avar: Соьр магIай (Sor mag’yay)💖
Aweer: Waan ku jeclaaday
Awijilah: تحبك (Tḥubbk)
Aymara: Qan tamuñaykama
Äynu: Mäni miyläw
Azerbaijani: Mən səni sevirəm
Baga: Monnuhoi
Bai: Teichu
Baki: Hər seyi seni sevirəm
Balinese: Tiang tresna samapti
Balti: تهونو رمیش چیش (Thōnu ramīš cīš)
Bambara: M’bi fe
Bantu: Ngiyakuthanda
Basa-Gumna: Mina aase gachaa
Bashkir: Мин ярашыу (Min yaraşıw)
Basque: Maite zaitut
Bassa: Mba mi si
Batak: Holong rohangku di ho
Belarusian: Я цябе кахаю (Ya tsiabe kakhayu)
Bemba: Nalikutemwa
Bengali: আমি তোমায় ভালোবাসি (Ami tomay bhalobashi)
Berber: Lakh tirikh
Berta: Ani sirki
Betawi: Abdi sayang deui
Bijago: Mi ke ma ku ma
Bislama: Mi luv yu
Blackfoot: Ni nipimo’p
Bosnian: Volim te
Breton: Me a gar ac’hanout
Buginese: Pallaku bassi
Buhid: Maimbawa’ ka
Bulgarian: Обичам те (Obicham te)
Burmese: ငါတို့ကိုချစ်ရတယ် (Nga taukṛ̀ chit re tay)💖
Buryat: Би хааштай (Bi xaashtai)
Bussa: Nya ka be
Caddo: K’i amo
Cahto: Nom amu
Cahuarano: ¡Sipãn!
Cahuilla: Nuukwish
Canichana: Kimsi yatay
Cantonese: 我愛你 (Ngo ngoi lei)
Carrier: Nëchi’ gidaht
Catalan: T’estimo
Catawba: Yoe oty
Cayuga: Nia:wen
Cebuano: Gihigugma ko ikaw
Cham: Mẹn bu’jé
Chamorro: Hu guaiya hao
Chechen: Соьйла дара ма (So’yla dara ma)
Cherokee: ᎩᎦᎨᎦᎦᎯᎲᎾᎩ (Gigaqugigogehi)
Chewa: Ndimakukonda
Cheyenne: Ne nihévowoto’oeo
Chinese: 我愛你 (Wǒ ài nǐ)
Chipewyan: Ndinawemaaganan
Chittagonian: মাইয়া প্রেম তোরে (Maia prem tore)
Choctaw: Halito chito
Chukchi: Ыс ріэчи (Ŷs rīeči)
Chulym: Алыбан урнаным (Alyban urnanym)
Chuvash: Ман палле (Man pal’le)
Cimbrian: I liab di
Cocos Islands Malay: Aku chakey kau
Comanche: U’mapu
Cook Islands Māori: Aro’a mai iā koe
Coptic: ⲛⲉϩⲉⲧⲉⲧⲛⲟⲕ (Nehetetnotok)
Cornish: My a’th kar
Corsican: Ti tengu caru
Cree: ᒌᓵᑎᑳᐦᓂᑲᐣ (Nikâwiḳaanihkân)💛
Crimean Tatar: Seni seviyorum
Croatian: Volim te
Cupeño: Šwa’ashl
Cypriot Arabic: كحبِّك (Khabbik)
Czech: Miluji tě
Dair: Ana behibek
Dakota: Wíyakȟačiyapi
Danish: Jeg elsker dig
Dargwa: Дун хьур (Dun ḥur)😘
Dari: زه تاسو سره خوشحالم (Za taṣu sarah khwushḥālam)
Dolgan: Мен сиинии сиин боллун (Men siinii siin boollun)
Domari: Ana hebbek
Drehu: Nya a ho
Dungan: Мен синя мене айсадын (Men sin’ya mene aysadyn)
Durkha: Mainchha timī’ mā’ī nāi’ rakhum
Dutch: Ik hou van jou
Dzongkha: ང་དང་ཆུང་བའི་རང་ལ་ཐུགས་རྗེ་ལ་གཏོགས་བསྡུས་ཀྱི་དངུལ་བའི་གནས་བསྐྱེད་ཆེན་པོ་ཞེས་པར་གསུང་ (Nga dang chung ba’i rang la thuks rje la gtogs bsdu ci’i dang blai gnas bskyed chen po zhes par gsung)
E: Ani ohev otach
Egyptian Arabic: بحبك (Bahebbak)
English: I love you
Erzya: Мана ламаз кала (Mana lamaz kala)
Esperanto: Mi amas vin
Estonian: Ma armastan sind
Even: Я чахчам (Ya chakhcham)
Evenki: Ялган угдун (Yalgan ugdun)
Ewe: Me dzɔ gbɔ wo
Extremaduran: T’estimu
Eyak: Nagha’zi daazhyaa
Fala: Tu quero
Faroese: Eg elski teg
Fiji Hindi: Maiṁ tumakō pi’ya karatā hūm̐
Fijian: Au domoni iko
Filipino Sign Language: I love you (Signed in Filipino Sign Language)
Filipino: Mahal kita
Finnish: Rakastan sinua
Fon: Mi wɛ nu
French: Je t’aime
Frisian (North): Ik hâld fan dy
Frisian (Saterland): Ik hald fan die
Frisian (West): Ik hâld fan dy
Fula: Malaŋkoo
Fur: أنا مفتون بيك (Ana muftuun bīk)💛
Ga: Me sumọ
Gagauz: Min sana sevom
Galician: Quérote
Gallo: T’amo
Gan: 我愛你 (Ngó ngoi néi)
Garre: Waan ku jeclahay
Georgian: მიყვარხარ (Miqvarxar)
German: Ich liebe dich
Godoberi: ГIваркӀале (Ġivark̭ale)
Gothic: 𐌹𐍃 𐍆𐌰𐍂𐍃 𐌲𐌰𐍂𐍄𐌰𐌽𐌳𐌰 (Jus þus galaubjau)
Greek: Σ’αγαπώ (S’agapō)
Greenlandic: Asavakkit
Grenadian French Creole: Mwen enmen ou
Gujarati: હું તને પ્રેમ કરું છું (Huṁ tane prem karuṁ chuṁ)
Gumuz: Me ayoy
Gurung: म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु (Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu)
Haida: Tleish tl’aang
Hainanese: Wo ai nee
Haitian Creole: Mwen renmen ou
Hakka: 我愛你 (Ngói oi ní)
Harari: ልዑል ነይ (Lə’ullu nəyy)
Hausa: Ina son ku
Hawaiian: Aloha wau ia’oe
Herero: Ongi nawa
Hiligaynon: Palangga ko ikaw
Himba: Ondju mu pàme
Hindi: मैं तुम्हें पसंद करता हूँ (Main tumhe pasand karta hoon)
Hindko: میں تجھ سے پیار کرتا ہوں (Mein tujh se pyaar karta hoon)
Hindustani: मैं तुझे पसंद करता हूँ (Main tujhe pasand karta hoon)
Hinuq: انا كاتبحركلك (Ana khatbḥrḳllk)
Hiri Motu: Mi lavim yu
Hmong: Kuv hlub koj
Hopi: Nu’ umi unangwa’ta💚
Hungarian: Szeretlek
Icelandic: Ég elska þig
Ido: Me amas
Igala: Ajanaku nu
Igbo: A hụrụ m gị n’anya
Ik: Naitei
Ilocano: Ay-ayaten ka
Indonesian: Aku cinta padamu
Ingush: Дим тецар (Dim tetsar)
Interlingua: Io te ama
Interlingue: Io te ama
Interslavic: Ja ljubim tebe
Inuinnaqtun: ᐃᓪᓚᖅᑐᖃᖅ (Illaqtauqtaq)
Inuit Sign Language: I love you (Signed in Inuit Sign Language)
Inuktitut: ᖁᕕᐊᔨᒃᑯᓐᖏᑦᑐᓂᕐᒥᑦᑎᒪᒥᒃ (Quviasiukkunnigituminirmiktimiik)
Irish: Taim i’ ngra leat
Isthmus Nahuatl: Ni mits ya nimitz
Istro Romanian: Te lubesc
Italian: Ti amo
Ivatan: Ay-ayaten ka
Japanese: 愛してる (Aishiteru)
Jarawa: Itao iwunu
Javanese: Aku tresna sampeyan
Jèrriais: J’t’aime
Judaeo-Spanish: Te quyero
Jutish: I li’ber dej
Kabardian: Ты адыгэхэрэм (Ty adyghékhérem)
Kabyle: Nekkni
Kaingang: Ameî xondo
Kannada: ನಾನು ನಿನ್ನನ್ನು ಪ್ರೀತಿಸುತ್ತೇನೆ (Nānu ninnannu prītisuttēne)
Kanuri: Ina son ku
Kapampangan: Kaluguran daka
Karakalpak: Мен сени сеземін (Men seni sezemin)
Karamojong: Nyangathia
Karelian: Minä rakastan sua
Kashmiri: می پریتیژ مانزن (Mi prītiž manzun)
Kashubian: Miłujã czi
Kazakh: Мен сені сүйемін (Men seni süyemin)
Kendeje: I na lua yi
Ket: Мин пенӄайӄан (Min penkayqan)
Khakas: Мин сенни (Min senni)
Khanty: Мон сим хүдтэтмэн (Mon sim khüdtätmän)
Khmer: ខ្ញុំ​ស្រលាញ់​អ្នក (Khnhom sralanh neak)
Khoekhoe: O l’a kae
Kimki: Palangga ko ikaw
Kinyarwanda: Ndagukunda
Komi: Мон тылызь тим (Mon tyl’yz’ tim)
Korean: 사랑해 (Saranghae)
Koryak: Нгвчвчка (Ngwčwčka)
Kosraean: Keer-ur mwehs
Kuliak: نيڭ دِليمي سني ئوڭلويور (Niñ dilimi sini oñluwiyor)
Kumyk: Яратам сени (Yaratam seni)
Kunama: Nka’wari
Kurdish (Southern): من ته‌نها چیت بخوێنم (Min tenha chêt bexwînem)
Kurdish: Ez hej te dikim
Kutchi: Mani te prem karu chu
Kwadi: Na go va
Kyrgyz: Мен сени сагынам (Men seni sagınam)
Laal: ᑳᒡᔑᐤᒡ (Kakwašiw)
Ladakhi: Njik nus chus ranu’ye
Ladin: Ta amo
Lakha: Ma keh karu chhoo
Lakota: Niyáni kúŋpi
Lao: ຂ້ອຍ​ຮັກ​ເຈົ້າ (Khôi hạk chao)
Latin: Te amo
Latvian: Es tevi miilu
Laz: P̌umi ši
Leonese: T’quiero
Lepcha: Mi ongsa tethong
Limbu: मकछमकछ तामोंग (Makchamakch tamong)
Limburgish: Ich hoaj van dich
Lingala: Na lingi yo
Lisu: Lisu mu ya si
Lithuanian: Aš tave myliu
Livonian: Mis tõmõn aigen
Low German: Ik heff di leev
Low Prussian Dialect: Ick liebe diech
Luba-Kasai: Ndi nkumbuka
Luiseño: Kimi’ kuwa
Luri: من ته‌نها چيت ڕوويم (Min tenha chêt rûwim)
Luxembourgish: Ech hun dech gaer
Maasai: Aying’ang’a
Macedonian: Те сакам (Te sakam)
Madurese: Aku tresna sampeyan
Magar: म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु (Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu)
Maguindanao: Ginikanan ku ka
Maithili: हम तुहरि छाया के चाहियै (Ham tuhar cāyā ke cāhiyai)
Makassarese: Aku cinna bangi
Malagasy: Tiako ianao
Malay: Aku cinta padamu
Malayalam: ഞാൻ നിന്നെ സ്നേഹിക്കുന്നു (Njan ninne snehikkunnu)
Maltese: Inhobbok
Manchu: ᠰᠠᡵᡤᡳᠶᠠᠩᡤᡳᠶᡝᡵ (Sargiyanggiyere)
Mandarin: 我愛你 (Wǒ ài nǐ)
Manx: Ta graih agam ort
Māori: Aroha ahau ki a koe
Marathi: माझं तुझ्यावर प्रेम आहे (Mājhṁ tujhyāvara prēma āhē)
Marshallese: Je rọñ
Marwari: मैं तेनो प्रिय करूं छूँ (Main tēno priy karū̃ chũ)
Masalit: Ini jiranam
Meadow Mari: Мон сиҥ гьин (Mon siñ ğin)
Meitei: নংলোম নানারে (Nonglom nanāre)
Miami-Illinois: Niya pekikwikiya
Michoacán Nahuatl: Ni mits ya nimitz
Min: Góa ài lí🧡
Mon: ကျွန်ုပ်တို့ ချစ်မည် (Kyamnywptu htikcmañ)
Mongolian: Би чамд хайртай (Bi chamd khairtai)
Montenegrin: Volim te
Mor: Naan un unchin
Musgu: Mu rèrèn ya
Muskum: Mu rèrèn ya
Mussau-Emira: M̨a iu ni
Nagumi: Atahap
Naukan Yupik: Maassiaq
Navajo: Ayóó anííníshní
Ndyuka: Mi lobi yu
Nepali: म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु (Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu)
New Zealand Sign Language: I love you (Signed in New Zealand Sign Language)
Ngbee: Ngbaa nu
Nihali: मं परवुप आहुनि (Man parvup ahuni)
Northern Thai: ข้าหล่ะ ไครรัก (Kha Lā Kʰai Rák)
Norwegian: Jeg elsker deg
Nottoway: Au’shan u’wi (shnorhíwi)
Nuosu/Yi: ꀆꎭꏂꏍꏘꏂ (Nuosu/Yi script)
Occitan: T’aimi
Odia: ମୋ ତୁମକୁ ଭଲ ପାଏ (Mō tumaku bhala pāẏe)
Oirat: Мин танд байхдаа (Min tand baikhdaa)
Oirata: Wolu geng nggö tase
Ojibwe: Nindagoo
Okinawan Japanese: じゅんたくぃ (Juntaqu’i)
Old Church Slavonic: Люблю тѧ (Ljublju tę)
Old English: Ic lufie þec
Omotik: Aikueren diti
Onge: Enka’ gam
Ontong Java: Aku ro’ōta
Oroch: Магак нӯц (Magak nūts)
Oromo: Ani afaan na nan
Ossetian: Аз солӕйты саун (Az solæjty saun)
Palula: Tu xhekay se
Pandan Bikol: Namumutan ta ka
Pangasinan: Inaro tam nginayo
Paratio: Hohé’zi
Parya: Mi lafem vu
Pashto: زه ته ستا سره مننم (Za ta sta sara mẽnam)
Persian: دوستت دارم (Doosetaan daaram)
Phoenician: 𐤀𐤔𐤍𐤉𐤕𐤅𐤊𐤍𐤏𐤍 (ʾAhebbək)
Pidgin: Mi lu tumas yu
Piman: Naitáal
Pirahã: Bíxiapáíí
Polish: Kocham cię
Portuguese: Eu te amo
Punjabi: ਮੈਂ ਤੈਨੂੰ ਪਿਆਰ ਕਰਦਾ ਹਾਂ (Main tainūṁ pyār kardā hāṁ)
Pu-Xian Min: Góa ài lī
Quechuan: Munaykichu
Raga: Manembu
Rajasthani: मैं तूँहें चाखूं (Main tūṁhẽ cākhū̃)
Ramanos: Me trujo
Rinconada: I love you
Rohingya: Ami tomaka bāla
Romani: Tu mangav tut
Romanian: Te iubesc
Romansh: Te duvrais
Rotokas: Au ro’orowou
Russian: Я тебя люблю (Ya tebya lyublyu)
Rusyn: Я тебе люблю (Ja tebe ljublyu)
Ruthenian: Я тебе люблю (Ja tebe ljublju)
Sámi (Inari): Mun ráhkistan du
Sámi (Kildin): Мон ду ла (Mon du la)
Sámi (Lule): Mon riekkán du
Sámi (Northern): Mun ráhkistan du
Sámi (Pite): Mon ráhkkistan du
Sámi (Skolt): Mie rahkistan du
Sámi (Southern): Mun ráhkistan du
Sámi (Ter): Mun ráhkistan du
Sámi (Ume): Mun rahkistan du♥
Samoan: Uo te alofa ia te oe
Sanskrit: अहमस्मि तव प्रियया (Ahamasmi tava priyayā)
Sardinian: T’amu
Sasak: Aku tresna sampeyan
Saurashtra: (Tū̃ne prem chu)
Scots: A luve ye
Scottish Gaelic: Tha gaol agam ort
Serbian: Волим те (Volim te)💜
Serbo-Croatian: Volim te

I Love You in 365 Different Languages
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365 Languages Overview

We have compiled a list of “I love you” in 365 different languages from all around the world. This list includes languages from various language families such as Romance, Germanic, Asian, African, and Indigenous languages.

Romance Languages

The Romance language family consists of languages that evolved from Latin. Some of the languages in this family include French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Romanian. In this language family, “I love you” is expressed as follows:

LanguageTranslation
FrenchJe t’aime
ItalianTi amo
SpanishTe quiero
PortugueseEu te amo
RomanianTe iubesc

Germanic Languages

The Germanic language family includes languages such as English, German, Dutch, and Swedish. In this language family, “I love you” is expressed as follows:

LanguageTranslation
EnglishI love you
GermanIch liebe Dich
DutchIk hou van jou
SwedishJag älskar dig

Asian Languages

The Asian language family is diverse and includes languages such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Hindi. In this language family, “I love you” is expressed as follows:

LanguageTranslation
Chinese (Mandarin)Wo ai ni
JapaneseAishiteru
KoreanSaranghae
HindiMain tumse pyar karta/karti hoon

African Languages

The African continent has a diverse range of languages, and many of them have unique ways of expressing “I love you.” Here are a few examples:

LanguageTranslation
SwahiliNaku penda
ZuluNgiyakuthanda
XhosaNdiyakuthanda

Indigenous Languages

Indigenous languages are spoken by the native people of a particular region. Here are a few examples of how “I love you” is expressed in some indigenous languages:

LanguageTranslation
Maori (New Zealand)Aroha ana koe
Inuktitut (Canada)Nagligivaget
Quechua (South America)Munayki

This is just a small sample of the many ways “I love you” can be expressed in different languages.

Practical Applications

Travel

When traveling to a foreign country, it can be helpful to know how to say “I love you” in the local language. Not only does it show respect for the culture, but it can also help build connections with locals and make for a more memorable trip. By learning how to say “I love you” in 365 different languages, we can expand our ability to connect with people from all over the world.

Multicultural Relationships

In a multicultural relationship, knowing how to say “I love you” in your partner’s language can be a meaningful gesture that shows your commitment to understanding and embracing their culture. It can also help bridge any language barriers and foster deeper communication and intimacy. By learning how to say “I love you” in 365 different languages, we can show our partners that we are willing to go the extra mile to understand and appreciate their background.

Language Learning

Learning how to say “I love you” in different languages can also be a fun and engaging way to learn a new language. It allows us to practice basic vocabulary and pronunciation while also learning about different cultures and customs. By incorporating “I love you” into our language learning, we can add a personal touch to our studies and make language learning more enjoyable.

Overall, learning how to say “I love you” in 365 different languages can have practical applications in travel, multicultural relationships, and language learning. By expanding our ability to connect with people from all over the world, we can foster deeper understanding and appreciation for different cultures and customs.

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