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I love you - In all languages

Info by Florabella | 24/06/2018 at 17:28

Here you can see the sentence "I love you" in all possible languages! Not just 100, but 416 times! If you know the declaration of love in other languages or if you find an error, please write a comment. I like to complete the list.

Letter A

  • Afrikaans: Ek is lief vir jou
  • Afrikaans: Ek het jou Lief 
  • Akan (Ghane): Me dor wo 
  • Albanian: Te dua
  • Albanian: Te dashuroj
  • Albanian: Ti je zemra ime
  • Alentejano (Portugal): Gosto de ti, porra! 
  • Ancient Egyptian (man to woman): Úbe erá 
  • Ancient Egyptian (woman to man): Úbe erákh 
  • Amharic (Ethiopia): Afekrishalehou
  • Amharic (to the woman): Ewedishalehu 
  • Amharic (to the man): Ewedihalehu 
  • Apache-Indians: Sheth she~n zho~n
  • Arabic: Ana ahebik
  • Arabic: Ib'n hebbak
  • Arabic: Ana ba-heb-bak
  • Arabic (colloquial): Ana hebbek 
  • Arabic (to someone very important): Nhebuk 
  • Arabic (male to female, formal): Ohiboke
  • Arabic (man to woman): Ana behibek 
  • Arabic (man to woman): Ahebich 
  • Arabic (man to woman): Bahibik 
  • Arabic (woman to man): Ahebik 
  • Arabic (woman to man): Ana behibak 
  • Arabic (woman to man): Bahibak
  • Arabic (same gender): Benhibik
  • Arabic (man to woman or two women): Ohiboki 
  • Arabic (male or female to two women or men): Ohibokoma 
  • Arabic (more than one man / woman to woman): Nohiboke 
  • Arabic (man to man or woman to man): Nohiboka 
  • Arabic (man to man or woman to two men or two women): Nohibokoma 
  • Arabic (man to man or woman to more than two men): Nohibokom 
  • Arabic (man to man or woman to more than two women) : Nohibokon 
  • Arabic (more than one man to woman or man): Benhibak 
  • Arabic (man to man or woman to more than one man): Benhibkom 
  • Aramaic (man to woman): Rochemnolach 
  • Aramaic (woman to man): Rochmaloch 
  • Armenian (Western Dialect): Yes kez guh seerem 
  • Armenian (Eastern Dialect): Yes kez si'rumem 
  • Ashanti (Ghane): Me dor wo 
  • Assamese (India): Moi tomak bhal pau 
  • Azerbaijani: Män säni sävirem

Letter B

  • Bangladeschi: Ami tomake walobashi 
  • Basque (Spain): Maite zaitut
  • Basque (my favorite): Nere Maitea 
  • Bassa (Africa): Mengweswe 
  • Batak (North Sumatra): Holong rohangku di ho 
  • Bemba (Africa): Ndikufuna 
  • Bengali (Bengladesh): Aami tomaake bhaalo baashi
  • Bengali (Bengladesh): Ami tomay bhalobashi
  • Bengali (Bengladesh): Ami tomake bahlobashi 
  • Berber: Lakh tirikh 
  • Betazed (Star Trek): Imzadi 
  • Bicol (Philippines): Namumutan ta ka 
  • Bolivian Quechua: Qanta munani 
  • Bosnian: Volim te
  • Bosnian (increase) : Ja te volim 
  • Brazilian Portuguese: Eu te amo 
  • Brazilian Portuguese: Amo te Querote 
  • Brazilian: Eu te amo
  • Brazilian: Eu amo-te
  • Brazilian: Amo te
  • Brazilian (sexual): Eu desejo-te
  • Brazilian (sex): Eu quero fazer amor contigo
  • Bulgarian: Obicham te
  • Bulgarian: As te obeicham
  • Bulgarian: As te obicham
  • Bulgarian (increase): Obozhavam te
  • Burmese: Chit pa de
  • Burmese: Je t'adore

Letter C

  • Cajun (French dialect, Canada and Louisiana): Mi aime jou 
  • Cambodian: Kh nhaum soro lahn nhee ah
  • Cambodian: Bon sro lanh oon 
  • Canadian-French: Sh'teme 
  • Cantonese: Ngo oi ney 
  • Catalan: T'estimo 
  • Cebuano: Gihigugma ko ikaw 
  • Chamoru (Chamorro): Hu guaiya hao 
  • Cherokee: Aya gvgeyu'i nihi 
  • Cheyenne Indians: Ne mohotatse 
  • Cheyenne Indians: Ne moliotatse
  • Chichewa (Malawi): Ndimakukonda 
  • Chickasaw Indians: Chiholloli 
  • Chinese (Amoy): Goa ai li 
  • Chinese (Cantonese): Ngo oi ney 
  • Chinese (Cantonese): Wo oi ney 
  • Chinese (Hakka): Ngai oi gnee 
  • Chinese (Hakka): Ngai on ni 
  • Chinese (Hokkien): Wa ai lu 
  • Chinese (Mandarin, official Chinese language): Wo ai ni 
  • Chinese (Mandarin): Wo ie ni 
  • Chinese (Mandarin): Wo ay ni 
  • Chinese (Wu-Jiangsu Province) : Ngo ai nong 
  • Corsican (man to woman): Ti tengu cara
  • Corsican (woman to man): Ti tengu caru 
  • Creole (Haiti): Mi aime jou 
  • Croatian (family): Ja te volim 
  • Croatian (colloquial): Volim te 
  • Croatian (formal): Ja vas volim 
  • Croatian (common): Volim vas
  • Croatian (obsolete): Ljubim te 
  • Czech: Miluji te
  • Czech: (man to woman): Mám te (velmi) rád 
  • Czech: (woman to man): Mám te (velmi) ráda

Letter D

  • Danish: Jeg elsker dig
  • Dusun (Dusun Tribe, North Borneo): Siuhang oku dia 
  • Dutch: Ik hou van je
  • Dutch: Ik hou van jou
  • Dutch: Ik houd erg veel van je
  • Dutch: Ik vind je heel aardig
  • Dutch (old-fashioned): Ik bemin je 
  • Dutch (old-fashioned): Ik heb je lief
  • Dutch (in love): Ik ben verliefd op je 
  • Dutch (among gays): Ik mag jou wel 
  • Dutch (among gays): Ik mag jou heel graag 

Letter E

  • Ecuador Quechua: Canda munani 
  • English: I love you
  • English: I adore you
  • English (religious): I love thee 
  • Eskimo: Nagligivget 
  • Esperanto: Mi amas vin 
  • Estonian: Mina armastan sind
  • Estonian: Ma armastan sind 
  • Estonian: Mina armastan sind
  • Estonian: Ma armastan sind 
  • Ethiopian: Afgreki'
  • Ethiopian: Afrekrishalehou

Letter F

  • Farsi (Persian): Tora dost daram
  • Farsi (Persian): Tora dust mi daram
  • Farsi (Persian): Asheghetam
  • Farsi (Persian): Doostat daram
  • Farsi (Persian): Man asheghetam
  • Filipino: Mahal ka ta
  • Filipino: Iniibig kita
  • Filipino: Mahal kita
  • Finnish: Rakastan sinua
  • Finnish: Minä pidän sinusta
  • Finnish (Mä): rakastan sua
  • Finnish (Mä): tykkään susta 
  • Finnish (formally): Minä rakastan sinua
  • French: Je t'aime
  • French (increase): Je t'adore 
  • French (among friends): J' t'aime bien 
  • French (formally): Je vous aime 
  • Frisian: Ik hon fan die

Letter G

  • Gaelic (Ireland): Tá grá agam ort
  • Gaelic (Ireland): Tá mé i ngrá leat
  • Gaelic (Ireland): Táim i ngrá leat
  • Gaelic (Ireland): Moo graugh hoo 
  • Georgian: Me thkven miqvarharth
  • Georgian: Me shen miqvarhar 
  • Georgian (family): Miqvarhar 
  • Georgian (respectful): Miqvarharth 
  • German: Ich liebe dich
  • German (Bavarian): I mog di (Antwort: "I di a")
  • German (Bavarian): I lieb di 
  • German (Berlin): Ick liebe dir (veraltet)
  • German (Berlin): Ick liebe Dich 
  • German (Berner-German): Ig liebe di 
  • German (Alsatian): Ich hoan dich geer 
  • German (Franconian): Du gfällsd mer fai
  • German (Franconian): Bisd scho mai gouds freggerla
  • German (Fränkisch): Mid dir mächerd ich a amol
  • German (Frisian): Ik hou fan dei
  • German (Frisian): Ik hald fan dei
  • German (Frisian): Ik heew de liif 
  • German (Hessian): Isch habb disch libb German (Ostfriesisch): Ick heb di leev 
  • German (Saarländisch): Isch hann disch lieb 
  • German (Saxon): Isch liebdsch 
  • German (Swabianh): I mog di fei saumässich 
  • German (Swabian): I mog di ganz arg 
  • German (Swiss German): I liäbä di 
  • German (Swiss German): I ha di gärn 
  • German (Vorarlbergisch): I lieb di 
  • German (Vorarlbergisch): Ich han di gern 
  • German (Vorarlbergisch): Ich han di lieb 
  • German (Vorarlbergisch): I stand total uf di
  • German (Viennese): I hob Di vui liab
  • German (Viennese): I steh af Di 
  • Greek: S'ayapo
  • Greek: Se latrevo
  • Greek (sexual interest): Se thelo
  • Greek (Arhea / Antiquity): (Ego) Philo se 
  • Grönlänidisch: Asavakit 
  • Gronings (Dutch dialect): Ik hol van die 
  • Guaraní (Paraguay): Rohiyu (ro-hai'-hyu) 
  • Guerzé (Guinea): I wolikamè 
  • Gujrati (Gujrat, India and Pakistan): Hoon tane pyar karoochhoon
  • Gujrati (Gujrat, India and Pakistan): Hoon tuney chaoon chhoon

Letter H

  • Hausa, Nigeria (man to woman): Ina sonki
  • Hausa, Nigeria (woman to man): Ina sonka
  • Hawaiian: Aloha wau ia 'oe
  • Hawaiian: Aloha wau ia 'oe nui loa 
  • Hebrew (man to woman): Anee ohev otakh
  • Hebrew (woman to man): Anee ohevet otkha
  • Hindi (northern India): Mai tumse pyar karta hoon
  • Hindi (man to woman): Mai tumase pyar karata hun 
  • Hindi (woman to man): Mai tumase pyar karati hun
  • Hindi: Main tumse prem karta hoon
  • Hindu: Mae tumko peyar kia
  • Hopi-Indians: Nu' umi unangwa'ta 
  • Hungarian: Szeretlek

Letter I

  • Ibaloi (Igorot Tribe, Philippines) Pip-piyan tana
  • Ibaloi (Igorot Tribe, Philippines) Pipiyan ta han shili 
  • Ibo: A hurum gi nanya 
  • Ilocano (Philippines): Ay ayating ka 
  • Indians (Apache): Sheth she~n zho~n 
  • Indians (Cheyenne): Ne mohotatse 
  • Indians (Chickasaw): Chiholloli
  • Indians (Hopi): Nu' umi unangwa'ta 
  • Indians (Mohawk): Konoronhkwa 
  • Indians (Navajo): Ayor anosh'ni 
  • Indians (Sioux): Techihhila 
  • Indians (Zuni): Tom ho' ichema 
  • Indian: Ami tomAybhAlobAshi
  • Indian: My tumse pyaar kartha hun 
  • Indonesian: Saya cinta padamu
  • Indonesian: Saya cinta kamu
  • Indonesian: Saya kasih saudari
  • Indonesian (formally): Saya cinta saudari/saudara 
  • Indonesian (old-fashioned): Aku tjinta padamu 
  • Interglossa (Artificial Language, Lancelot Hogben, 1940): Mi esthe philo tu
  • Inuktitut: Nagligivget
  • Irish (Gaelic): Tá grá agam ort
  • Irish (Gaelic): Tá mé i ngrá leat
  • Irish (Gaelic): Táim i ngrá leat
  • Icelandic: Eg elska thig
  • Italian: Ti amo
  • Italian (sexual): Ti voglio

Letter J

  • Japanese: Kimi o ai shiteru
  • Japanese: Ai shite imasu 
  • Japanese: Aishiteru
  • Japanese (man to woman): Kimi o ai shiteru 
  • Japanese (man to woman): Ora, omee no koto ga suki da 
  • Japanese (woman to man): Chuu shiteyo 
  • Japanese (woman to man): Ore wa omae ga suki da 
  • Japanese (woman to man): Watashi wa anata ga suki desu 
  • Japanese (woman to man): Watakushi-wa anata-o aishimasu 
  • Japanese (for the first time): Suki desu 
  • Javanese: Kulo tresno 

Letter K

  • Kankana (Igorot Tribe, Philippines): Laylaydek sik a 
  • Kanaresian (South India): Naanu ninnanu preethisuthene
  • Kanaresian (South India): Naanu ninnanu mohisuthene 
  • Kapangpangan (Philippines): Kaluguran daka 
  • Kekchi (Mayan language in Guatemala, Belize and El Salvador): Nactinra 
  • Kenyan: Tye- melá ne
  • Kikongo (Zaire): Mono ke zola nge (mono ke' zola nge') 
  • Kiswahili: Nakupenda (wewe)
  • Kiswahili: Nakupenda malaika ("Ich liebe Dich, mein Engel") 
  • Klingon (Star Trek): qamuSHa' 
  • Klingon (Star Trek): bangwI' SoH
  • Korean: (Tangsinul) Saranghae
  • Korean: Tangsinul sarang ha yo
  • Korean: Nanun dangsineul mucheok saranghapnida
  • Korean (respect): (Tangsinul) Saranghaeyo
  • Korean (fleeting relationship): Norul sarang hae 
  • Korean (romantic): Tangshini choayo
  • Kpele (Afrika): I walikana 
  • Kurdish: Ez te hezdikhem 
  • Kurdish: Ez te ra hes dikim

Letter L

  • Latin: Te amo
  • Lao: Khoi hak jao
  • Lao: Khoi mak jao lai
  • Lao: Khoi hak jao lai 
  • Latvian: Es tevi milu 
  • Letzeburgisch: Ech hun dech gär 
  • Lebanese: Bahibak 
  • Lebanese (man to woman): Bhebbek 
  • Lebanese (woman to man): Bhebbak 
  • Lingala: Nalingi yo 
  • Lisbon Language: Gramo-te bue', chavalinha! 
  • Lithuanian: Tave myliu (Ta-ve mee-lyu)
  • Lithuanian: Ash mir lutavah 
  • Lojban: Mi do prami 
  • Luganda (Uganda): Nkwagala 
  • Luo (Kenya): Aheri 
  • Luxembourgish: Ech hun dech gär 

Letter M

  • Maa (Africa): Ilolenge 
  • Macedonian: Te sakam 
  • Macedonian: Te ljubam 
  • Macedonian: Jas te sakam 
  • Malagasy: mitia ianao aho
  • Madrid Language: Me molas, Tronca! 
  • Maiese: Wa wa
  • Malay (Indonesia): Saya cintakan kamu
  • Malay (Indonesia): Saya cinta akan kamu
  • Malay (Indonesia): Saya cintakan mu
  • Malay (Indonesia): Saya sayangkan kamu 
  • Malaysian: Saya Cintamu
  • Malagasy (Madagascar): mitia ianao aho
  • Malayalam (Kerala and India): Ngan ninne snaehikkunnu
  • Mallorca: T'estim
  • Maltese: Jien inhobbok 
  • Mandarin: Wo ai ni
  • Marathi (Maharastra, India): Mi tuzya var prem karato
  • Marshallese (Marshall Islands): Yokwe yuk
  • Mohawk (Indians): Konoronhkwa 
  • Mokilese (Mokil and Ponape): Ngoah mweoku kaua 
  • Moroccan: Kanbhik

Letter N

  • Nahuatl: Ni mitz tla-zo-tla 
  • Navajo Indians: Ayor anosh'ni 
  • Ndebele(Zimbabwe): Niyakutanda 
  • Norwegian: Jeg elsker deg (Bokmaal)
  • Norwegian: Eg elskar deg
  • Nyanja (Africa): Ninatemba 
  • Nynorsk: Eg elskar deg 

Letter O

  • Op: Op lopveop yopuop 
  • Osetian: Aez dae warzyn 

Letter P

  • Pakistani: Mujhe tumse muhabbat hai
  • Pakistani: Muje se mu habbat hai
  • Papiamento (Aruba): Mi ta stimábo 
  • Persian: Du stet daram
  • Persian (Farsi): Man tora dust daram 
  • Pig Latin: Ie ovele ouye 
  • Polish: Kocham cie
  • Polish: Kocham ciebie (?)
  • Polish: Ja cie kocham (?)
  • Polish: Yacha kocham (?)
  • Portuguese: Eu te amo
  • Portuguese: Te amo
  • Pulaar (Senegal): Mbe de yid ma
  • Punjabi (North India): Main tainu pyar karna
  • Punjabi (North India): Mai taunu pyar karda
  • Punjabi (North India): Mein nu terey nál piyaar ay
  • Pushto: Mung jane'
  • Pushto: Pa ta mayan yem 

Letter R

  • Raeto-Romance: Jeu carezel Tei 
  • Romanesque: Eau at am 
  • Romanian: Te iubesc
  • Romanian: Te ibu bex
  • Romanian (stronger): Te ador 
  • Romanian (common): Ya tyebya lyublyu 
  • Romanian (conservative): Ya lyublyu vas
  • Romanian (conservative): Ya vas lyublyu 
  • Russian: Ya lyublyu tyebya 
  • Russian: Ga byublyu tebya

Letter S

  • Saami (Laplanders in Scandinavia): Mun ráhkistan du 
  • Samoan: Ou te alofa outou
  • Sanskrit: Anurag
  • Scottish Gaelic: Tha gaol agam ort
  • Schwyzerdütsch (Swiss German): I liäbä di 
  • Schwyzerdütsch (Swiss German): I ha di gärn
  • Serbian: Volim te
  • Serbian (formal): Ja vas volim
  • Serbian (mostly common):Volim vas
  • Serbo-Croatian: Volim te
  • Sesotho (Sotho, South Africa): Ke a mo rata 
  • Shona (Zimbabwe): Ndinokuda 
  • Sinhala: Mama oyata arderyi 
  • Sinhala (Sri Lanke and Ceylon): Mama oyáta ádarei 
  • Sioux Indians: Techihhila 
  • Slowakisch: Lubim ta
  • Slovak (man to woman): Mam ta rad 
  • Slovak (woman to man): Mam ta rada 
  • Slovenian: Ljubim te 
  • Solresol (music language): do-re mi-la-si do-mi 
  • Spanish (Spain, Mexico): Te amo
  • Spanish: Te quiero
  • Srilankan: Mama oyata arderyi
  • Suhaeli (East Africa): Ninikupenda
  • Suhaeli: Naku penda
  • Suhaeli: Dholu'o 
  • Swahili: Ninikupenda
  • Swahili: Nakupenda
  • Swedish: jag älskar dig 
  • Syriac (man to woman): Bhebbek 
  • Syriac (woman to man): Bhebbak 

Letter T

  • Tagalog (dialect of the Philippines): Mahal kita 
  • Tahitian: Ua here au ia oe
  • Tamil (India, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Mauritus) : Naan unnai kadalikiren
  • Telugu (India): Ninnu premistunnanu
  • Thai: Khao Raak Thoe
  • Thai (man to woman): Phom rak khun
  • Thai (man to woman): Phom ruk koon
  • Thai (woman to man): Ch'an rak khun
  • Thai (woman to man): Chun ruk koon
  • Thai: Khao raak thoe 
  • Timerio (artificial language of numbers): 1-80-17 
  • Tswana (Africa): Ke a go rata 
  • Tunisian: Nhebek
  • Tunisian: Ha eh bak 
  • Turkish (formal): Sizi seviyorum 
  • Turkish: Ben seni seviyorum
  • Twi (Ghana): Me dowopaa 
  • Twi (Ghane): Me dor wo 

Letter  U

  • Ukrainian: Ya tebe kokhayu
  • Ukrainian (true love): Ja tebe kokhaju
  • Urdu (India and Pakistan): Main tumse muhabbat karta hoon
  • Urdu (India and Pakistan): Mujhe tumse mohabbat hai
  • Urdu (India and Pakistan): Kam prem kartahai

Letter V

  • Vai (Africa): Na lia 
  • Valencia: T'estime
  • Värmländska (Sweden, north of Vdnern Lake): Du är görgo te mäg 
  • Viennese: I hob Di vui liab
  • Viennese: I steh af Di 
  • Vietnamese (man to woman): Anh yeû em
  • Vietnamese (woman to man): Em yeû anh
  • Vietnamese: Tôi yêu em 
  • Volapük (artificial language by August Scheyler, 1880): Läfob oli 
  • Vulcan (Star Trek): Wani ra yana ro aisha 

Letter W

  • Welsh: Rwy'n dy garu di
  • Welsh: Yr wyf i yn dy garu di (chwi) 
  • Welsh: Waray waray
  • Welsh (spoken in Wales, UK): Rwy´n dy garu di
  • Wolof (Senegal): Da ma la nope
  • Wolof (Senegal): Da ma la nop (da ma'lanop) 

Letter Y

  • Yiddish: Ikh hob dikh lib
  • Yiddish: Ich libe dich
  • Yiddish: Ich han dich lib
  • Yiddish: Kh'hob dikh lib
  • Yiddish: Kh'ob dikh holt
  • Yiddish: Ikh bin in dir farlibt 
  • Yoruba: Mo Feran e
  • Yucatec Maya (Mexico): In yakumech 
  • Yugoslavian: Ja te volim 
  • Yup'ik (Southwest Africa): Assiramken 

Letter Z

  • Zazi (Kurdish): Ezhele hezdege 
  • Zulu: Ngiyakuthanda 
  • Zulu: Mena tanda wena
  • Zuni Indians: Tom ho' ichema 

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