I love you in 100 languages

English – I love you
Afrikaans – Ek het jou lief
Albanian – Te dua
Arabic – Ana behibak (when to say to male)
Arabic – Ana behibek (for saying to female)
Armenian – Yes kez sirumen
Bambara – M’bi fe
Bengali – Ami tomake bhalobashi (Amee toe-ma-kee bhalo-bashee) Belarusian – Ya tabe kahayu Bisaya – Nahigugma ako kanimo Bulgarian -Obicham te Cambodian – Soro lahn nhee ah Cantonese
Chinese – Ngo oiy ney a
Catalan – T’estimo
Cherokee – Tsi ge yu i
Cheyenne – Ne mohotatse Chichewa – Ndimakukonda Corsican – Ti tengu caru (to male) Creol – Mi aime jou
Croatian – Volim te
Czech – Miluji te
Danish – Jeg Elsker
Dig Dutch – Ik hou van jou
Elvish – Amin mela lle (from The Lord of The Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien)
Esperanto – Mi amas vin
Estonian – Ma armastan sind Ethiopian – Afgreki’
Faroese – Eg elski teg
Farsi – Doset daram
Filipino – Mahal kita
Finnish – Mina rakastan sinua French – Je t’aime, Je t’adore Frisian – Ik hâld fan dy
Gaelic – Ta gra agam ort
Georgian – Mikvarhar
German – Ich liebe dich
Greek – S’agapo
Gujarati – Hoo thunay prem karoo choo
Hiligaynon – Palangga ko ikaw Hawaiian – Aloha Au Ia`oe
Hebrew to male: “ani ohev otcha” (said by male) “Ohevet ot’cha” (said by female)
Hebrew to female: “ani ohev otach” (said by male) “ohevet Otach” (said by female) Hiligaynon – Guina higugma ko ikaw
Hindi – Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae Hmong – Kuv hlub koj
Hopi – Nu’ umi unangwa’ta Hungarian – Szeretlek
Icelandic – Eg elska tig
Ilonggo – Palangga ko ikaw Indonesian – Saya cinta padamu Inuit – Negligevapse
Irish – Taim i’ ngra leat
Italian – Ti amo
Japanese – Aishiteru
Kannada – Naanu ninna preetisuttene
Kapampangan – Kaluguran daka Kiswahili – Nakupenda
Konkani – Tu magel moga cho
Korean – Sarang Heyo
Latin – Te amo
Latvian – Es tevi miilu
Lebanese – Bahibak
Lithuanian – Tave myliu Luxembourgeois – Ech hun dech gäer
Macedonian – Te Sakam
Malay – Saya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu
Malayalam – Njan Ninne Premikunnu
Maltese – Inhobbok Mandarin Chinese – Wo ai ni
Marathi – Me tula prem karto Mohawk – Kanbhik
Moroccan – Ana moajaba bik Nahuatl – Ni mits neki
Navaho – Ayor anosh’ni
Norwegian – Jeg Elsker Deg Pandacan – Syota na kita!! Pangasinan – Inaru Taka Papiamento – Mi ta stimabo Persian – Doo-set daaram Pig Latin – Iay ovlay ouyay
Polish – Kocham Ciebie Portuguese – Eu te amo
Romanian – Te iubesc
Russian – Ya tebya liubliu
Scot Gaelic – Tha gra\dh agam ort Serbian – Volim te
Setswana – Ke a go rata
Sindhi – Maa tokhe pyar kendo ahyan Sioux – Techihhila
Slovak – Lu`bim ta
Slovenian – Ljubim te
Spanish – Te quiero / Te amo Swahili – Ninapenda wewe Swedish – Jag alskar dig
Swiss-German – Ich lieb Di Surinam – Mi lobi joe
Tagalog – Mahal kita T
aiwanese – Wa ga ei li
Tahitian – Ua Here Vau Ia Oe
Tamil – Nan unnai kathalikaraen Telugu – Nenu ninnu premistunnanu
Thai – Chan rak khun (to male) Thai – Phom rak khun (to female)
Tulu – Yank ninade preeti Malpuye
Turkish – Seni Seviyorum Ukrainian – Ya tebe kahayu
Urdu – mai aap say pyaar karta hoo
Vietnamese – Anh ye^u em (to female)
Vietnamese – Em ye^u anh (to male)
Welsh – ‘Rwy’n dy garu di
Yiddish – Ikh hob dikh
Yoruba – Mo ni fe
Zimbabwe – Ndinokuda

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37 Comments

  1. hahaha
    gud hai………..

  2. gud
    par ye to btaya nahin bolna kise hai 🙂

  3. thanks a lot
    haahha gud info

  4. Vivek Kumar

    is article mein counting bhi dal do
    phir to bilkul zhakkas lagega
    rapchik

  5. gud posting

  6. George Serradinho

    Hey, glad to see you have Afrikaans here. My languages are English and Afrikaans and very little Portuguese. Ok, I’m lying about the Portuguese. I only know how to swear and all the lovie dovie things in Portuguese 🙂

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  8. very interesting………but usko toh kavel english he aati ha…….

  9. Sorry, but the danish is wrong. It’s “Jeg elsker dig”.

  10. Don’t you think that you could have put the languages in their script, along with the transliterated form?
    Honestly.

  11. @Helbo, @Lolwut: Thanks for letting me know…
    @Lolwut: May u be right

  12. Swahili (called Kiswahili to Swahili speakers) would be “Ninakupenda”

  13. “Pandacan – Syota na kita!!” <—LOLs!! the literal translation of this is "You are now/already my girlfriend/boyfriend"

  14. @Cat,@Red: Thanks for to let me know this…

  15. “Hindi – Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae Hmong – Kuv hlub koj”

    half of this is right but i didnt understood the end words

  16. in tulu :yank ninade preeti malpuye….(I LOVE U)….u can add tht if u want….

  17. I Like this collection.

  18. keith collin

    What is it in Hawaiian?

  19. wish to tell it to somebody a 100 ways too…

  20. The Chinese one is wrong. It’s Wo Ai Ni (???) in Mandarin.
    The current one might be Cantonese, but I’m not sure.

  21. it’s not good.
    Polish – Kocham Ci?.
    not Kocham Ciebie. ;/

  22. The danish is supposed to be “jeg elsker dig” and not “Jeg elsker”

  23. lebanese isnt as language, its a dialect of arabic.

  24. Icelandic one is wrong. “Ég elska þig”, þ is like a th, not a t. é is pronounced like a “ye” in english

  25. In Armenian its “Yes kez sirumem” with the letter M at the end NOT “yes kez sirumen”

  26. The described “Eu te amo” is Brazilian Portuguese & not the one from Portugal. In Portuguese(Portugal) its said “Eu amo-te”.

  27. The Farsi one means I like you. But if you say man eshgh toe hastm that means more something near I love you

  28. Why does it say Dig Dutch? Do you not like the Dutch?

  29. Romanian- Te iubesc.. i love it… Te iubesc girl :))

  30. Perfektionist

    To many mistakes, wrong and missing linebrakes. This is online since more than two years and you could not fix it?
    I prefer online translators even if they are not perfect as well.

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  33. The marathi language translation is wrong
    Its not me tula prem kato

    Make it maze tuzyavar prem aahe or

  34. Yenka eer ishta ijjar

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