Saying I Love You in the World's 100 Most Spoken Languages

One of the best things about traveling the world is learning a little if the local language.

It's amazing how much you can learn about a culture based on how they express themselves. There is always an expression or a word that does not exist in other languages, or that seems special based on the collective mindset of that particular culture. It is surprising to think that, throughout the years, wars and our existence as human beings, one thing remains, our method of communication using language and our ability to love.
As Valentine's Day is fast approaching, I started wondering, How do I say "I love you" in the world's most widely spoken languages? I already knew it in French, Spanish, German, Mandarin, Korean and English, of course, but what about the other languages?
So here it is, after hours and hours of searching and research, we present to you How to Say I Love You In 100 Most Spoken Languages ​​in the World:

1

Mandarin

Wǒ ài nǐ

2

Spanish

I love you, I love you

3

English

I love you

4

Hindi

main tumse pyar karta hoon

5

Arabic

ahabak

6

Portuguese

eu I love you

7

Bengali

Āmi tōmāẏa bhālōbāsi

8

Russian

ya lyublyu tebya

9

Japanese

watashi wa, anata or aishiteimasu

10

Punjabi

maiṁ tuhānū pi’āra karadā hāṁ

The next most widely spoken language is German, but "I love you" at auf Deutsche is multi-layered, and can be much more specific. For example, to say to someone that you love him the most in a "I care about you" way, you would use "Ich habe dich gerne".

11

German

ich liebe dich

12

Javanese

Aku tresna sampeyan

13

Wu (Shanghainese)

(ngu eh nóng)

Ngu long hushin long lah

14

Malay / Indonesian

saya sayang awak

15

Korean

salanghae

16

Telugu

nēnu ninnu prēmistunnānu

17

Vietnamese

anh yêu em

18

French

she je t’aime

19

Marathi

mī tujhyāvara prēma karatō

20

Tamil

nāṉ uṉṉai kātalikkiṟēṉ

21

Urdu

m - (mein ap say muhabat karta hoon) & f - (mein ap say muhabat karti hoon)

22

Persian / Farsi

(asheghetam) used in poetry and songs - (dūset dāram)

23

Turkish

seni seviyorum

24

Cantonese

ngóh oi néih

25

Italian

I love you

26

Thai

P̄hm rạk khuṇ

27

Gujarati

Huṁ tanē prēma karuṁ chu

28

Basque

maite zaitut

29

Minnan hua

wǒ ài rǔ

30

Polish

kocham Cię

31

Pashto

(za la aunt sara meena kawom)

32

Kannada

Nānu ninnannu prītisuttēne

33

Malayalam

ñān ninne snēhikkunnu

34

Sundanese

abdi bogoh ka anjeun

35

Chamorro

Hu guiaya hao

36

Hausa

Ina son ka

37

Burmese

mainnkohkyittaal

38

Oriya

mu tumoku bhala paye

39

Armenian

Yes sirum yem k’yez

40

Ukrainian

ya tebe lyublyu

41

Bhojpuri

hum tohse pyaar kareni

42

Tagalog

Iniibig kita

43

Yoruba

mo nifẹ rẹ

44

Maithili

hawm ahāṃ se prem karechi

45

Sindhi

Man tokhe prem karyan ti or Man tokhe prem karyan to

46

Swahili

nakupenda

Swahili is the most widely spoken language in Africa with approximately 100 million speakers, and is the national language of Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda

It is said that Swahili originated from Arabic, among other languagesIt is possible that the language came from interactions between Arabs and East Africans in the past

47

Uzbek

Men seni Sevaman

48

Amharic

ewedihalehu

49

Fula

my yidi ma

50

Igbo

a hụrụ m gị n’anya

51

Oromo

Without jaalladha ’

52

Romanian

te iubesc

53

Azerbaijani

Mən səni sevirəm

54

Manipuri / Meitei

əi-nə nəng-bu nung-shi

55

Chichewa

Ndimakukonda

Ndimakukondani

56

Cebuano

gihigugma TIKA

57

Dutch

ik hou van je

58

Kurdish

Ez hej te dikim

59

Serbo-Croatian

Volim te

60

Malagasy

tiako ianao

61

Nepali

Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu

62

Saraiki

mẽ tenū̃ piār kardā hā̃

63

Santali

ing aming sibilama

64

Khmer

khnhom sralanh anak

65

Sinhalese

mama oyāṭa ādareyi

66

Bambara

M’bi fe

67

Assamese

môi apunak bhal paû

68

Grow up

Kula tresna / panjengan

69

Somali

Waan ku jeclahay

70

Magahi

həm t̪oːraː seː pjaːr kərə hɪjoː /

71

Dogri

Minjo tere naal pyar hega

72

Marwari

main tanne pyaar karoon

73

Hungarian

Szeretlek

74

Chewa

ndimakukondani

75

Kinyarwanda

Ndagukunda

76

Greek

Crouched

77

Akan / Twi

Me dor wo

78

Khasi

ieit ieit

79

Kazakh

men seni jaqsı köremin

80

Tswana

Ke a go rat

81

Hebrew

(man to a woman) -

"Ani Ohev Otach"

(woman to a man) -

"Ani Ohevet Otcha"

(woman to a woman) -

"Ani Ohevet Otach"

(man to a man) -

"Ani Ohev Otcha"

82

Zulu

Ngiyakuthanda

83

Czech

Miluji tě

84

Kinyarwanda

ndagukunda

85

Kokani

hav tujo mog korta

86

Haitian Creole

Mwen renmen ou

87

Afrikaans

Ek het jou lief

88

Ilokano

Ayayatenka, (ay-aya-ten kaw)

89

Quechua

Kuyayki

90

Kirundi

Ndagukunda

91

Swedish

jag älskar dig

92

Hmong

Kuv hlub koj

93

Shona

Ndinokuda

94

Hiligaynon

Palangga ko ikaw

Guina higugma ko ikaw

95

Uyghur

(Män sızni söyümän)

96

Balochi

Your mana doost biyeh

97

Belarusian

ja ciabie kachaju

98

Mossi

Kei aroha au ki a koe

99

Xhosa

ndiyakuthanda

100

Konkani

Hav tukka Mog Karta

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78 comments


  • Elena Tellez Zainos

    Gracias


  • Luke

    Ti amo kimnamjoon


  • Deff

    Te amo mucho bangtan, son lo mejor que le ha pasado a mi vida


  • valentina

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