Speak the Language of Love 50 Different Ways

Valentine’s day is just around the corner. I wanted to share 50 ways to say “I love you.”

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Those 3 little words equal so much passion and adoration. If your looking to tell your sweetheart that you love them ’til the end of time, tell them in more than one language. Whether you add it to your card, flowers or text it will add a unique twist on this romantic saying.

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  1. Armenian: “Yes k’yez sirum yem”
  2. Albanian: “Te dua”
  3. Arabic: “Ana behibak” (male) or “Ana behibek” (female)
  4. Bulgarian: “Ubicham te”
  5. Cambodian: “Soro lahn nhee ah”
  6. Croatian: “Volim te”
  7. Czech: “Miluji te”
  8. Danish: “Jeg elsker dig”
  9. Dutch:  “Ik hou van je”
  10. Filipino: “Mahal kita”
  11. Finnish: “Mina rakastan sinua
  12. French: “Je t’aime” or “Je t’adore”
  13. German: “Ich liebe dich”
  14. Greek: “S’agapo”
  15. Hawaiian: “Aloha au ia ‘oe”
  16. Hebrew: “Ani ohev otah” (female) or “Ani ohevet othah” (male)
  17. Hindi: “Maim tumase pyara karata hum”
  18. Hungarian: “Szeretlek”
  19. Indonesian: “Aku cinta kamu”
  20. Irish Gaelic: “Taim i’ngra leat”
  21. Italian: “Ti amo”
  22. Japanese: “Aishiteru” or “Anata ga daisuki desu”
  23. Korean: “Sarang hapnida”
  24. Latin: “Te amo”
  25. Latvian: “Es milu tevi”
  26. Lebanese: “Bahibak”
  27. Lithuanian: “As tave myliu”
  28. Mandarin: “Wo ai ni”
  29. Moroccan: “Ana moajaba bik”
  30. Navajo: “Ayor anosh’ni”
  31. Norwegian: “Jeg elsker deg”
  32. Polish: “Kocham cie”
  33. Portuguese: “Eu te amo”
  34. Romanian: “Te iubesc”
  35. Russian: “Ya tebya lyublyu”
  36. Scottish Gaelic: “Tha gaol agam ort”
  37. Serbian: “Volim te”
  38. Spanish: “Te quiero” or “Te amo”
  39. Swahili: “Ninakupenda”
  40. Swedish: “Jag alskar dig”
  41. Swiss: “Ch’ha di ga’rn”
  42. Syrian: “Bhebbek” (female) or “Bhebbak” (male)
  43. Tahitian: “Ua here vau la ie”
  44. Taiwanese: “Gwa ai lee”
  45. Turkish: “Seni seviyorum”
  46. Ukrainian: “Ta tebe kahayu”
  47. Vietnamese: “Toi yeu ban”
  48. Welsh: “Fi cariad eich”
  49. Yiddish: “Ikh hob dikh”
  50. Yugoslavian: “Ya te volim”

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