How to say I Love You in 101 Different Languages from around the World

I Love You is most probably the best word in the world to say. ‘I Love You’ expresses your true feelings to someone whom you care and love. A new story gets started whenever this word is said by someone to others. 

Love has no boundaries. Love does not see people based on their language, countries, cultural, geographical or economical differences. You can fall in love with anybody without worrying about their language, culture or class.

We express love every day by saying it in our language but what will happen if we try to say I Love You in other languages from around the world. It will add a flavour to your romance and your relations will get stronger.

We have created a list about saying ‘I Love You’ in 100+ different languages across the world which can be used to express your feeling across any corner of this world.

Saying I Love You in 10  most popular languages of the world.

I love you in french

 

Language 

How To Say I Love You

Countries where the language is spoken

English

I Love You

Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States, South Africa, Singapore, Philippines and most of the other places.

French

Je t’aime

Belgium (Wallonia, Brussels), Canada (particularly Quebec, New Brunswick and Eastern parts of Ontario), France, Switzerland, Francophone Africa, French Caribbean, French Polynesia, various islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

Russian 

Я люблю вас (YA lyublyu vas)

Russia, Mongolia, Kazakistan, etc.

Mandarin or Chinese

我爱你 (Wǒ ài nǐ)

China, Singapore, Taiwan

Hindi

Main Tumse Pyaar Karta Hoon (मैं तुमसे प्यार करता हूँ)

India, Fiji, Pakistan, Nepal

Spanish

Te amo

Spain, Unites States Of America, Western Sahara, Pacific Island

Arabic

أحبك (‘ahbak)

East Africa, South East Asia

German

Ich liebe dich

Germany, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg

Malay

Saya sayang awak

Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Malayalam (natively similar).

Portuguese

Eu te amo

Portugal, Mozambique, Brazil, Sao Tome, Angola

How to say ‘I Love You’ in different Indian Languages:

i love you in bengali

 

Language 

How To Say I Love You

Countries where the language is spoken

Hindi

Main Tumse Pyaar Karta Hoon (मैं तुमसे प्यार करता हूँ)

India, Fiji, Pakistan, Nepal

Punjabi

maiṁ tuhānū pi’āra karadā hā

India, Pakistan – Punjab Area

Marathi

मी तुझ्यावर प्रेम करतो (Mī tujhyāvara prēma karatō)

Maharashtra, India.

Tamil

Nāṉ uṉṉai kātalikkiṟēṉ (நான் உன்னை காதலிக்கிறேன்)

Tamil Nadu, Karnataka (India), Puducherry (India), Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Mauritius

Telugu

Nēnu ninnu prēmistunnānu (నేను నిన్ను ప్రేమిస్తున్నాను)

Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Puducherry (India)

Bengali

আমি তোমাকে ভালোবাসি (Āmi tōmākē bhālōbāsi)

Bangladesh, [Aasam, West Bengal] – India 

Kannad

Nānu ninnannu prītisuttēne (ನಾನು ನಿನ್ನನ್ನು ಪ್ರೀತಿಸುತ್ತೇನೆ)

Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh 

Gujrati

Huṁ tanē prēma karuṁ chu (હું તને પ્રેમ કરું છુ)

Gujrat and Rajasthan some areas.

Bhojpuri

Hum tohse pyaar kareni

Bihar, Uttar Pradesh.

Oriya

Mu tumokubhala paye

Orrishan  – India

Maithili

hawm ahāṃ se prem karechi

Bihar, India

Sindhi

Man tokhe prem karyan to

Sindh Area in India and Pakistan

Marwari/Rajasthani

Main Tanne Pyaar Karoon

Rajasthan – India

Manipuri

əi-nə nəng-bu nung-shi

orth East India, Bangladesh, Myanmar

Dogri

Minjo tere naal pyar hega

Kashmir – India

Konkani

Hav tukka Mog Karta

Goa and Kokan Area, India.

Malyalam

ñān ninne snēhikkunnu (ഞാൻ നിന്നെ സ്നേഹിക്കുന്നു)

Keral, India

How to say ‘I Love You’ in Other Languages from the world.

 

Language 

How To Say I Love You

Countries where language spoken

Afrikaans

Ek het jou lief

South Africa

Albanian

Unë të dua

Albania

Amharic

Iwedihalehu (እወድሃለሁ)

Ethiopia

Armenian

Yes k’ez sirum yem (Ես քեզ սիրում եմ)

Armenia or Russia

Azerbaijani

Mən səni sevirəm

Azerbaijan

Basque

Maite zaitut

Northern Spain

Belarusian

JA ciabie kachaju (Я цябе кахаю)

Belaruse

Bosnian

Volim te

 

Bulgarian

Obicham te (Обичам те)

Bulgaria

Cstalan

T’estimo

 

Chichewa

Ndimakukondani

Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique

Corsican

Ti tengu caru

Corscia

Croatian

Volim te

Crotia, Serbia, Bosnia

Czech

Miluji tě

Czech Republic

Danish

Jeg elsker dig

 

Dutch

Ik hou van je

Belgium (Flanders, Brussels), Netherlands and Suriname

Esperanto

Ik hou van je

 

Estonian

Ma armastan sind

 

Filipino

Mahal kita

 

Finnish

Rakastan sinua

 

Frisian

Ik hâld fan dy

 

Galician

Quérote

 

Georgian

Მiq’varkhar (Მიყვარხარ)

Georgia

Greek

Se agapó (Σε αγαπώ)

Greece, Cyprus

Haitian Creole

Mwen renmen ou

Haiti

Hausa

Ina Son ku

Nigeria

Hawaiian

Aloha wau iā ‘oe

Hawaai

Hebrew

אני אוהב אותך

Israel

Hmong

Kuv Hlub Koj

Laos

Hungarian

Szeretlek

Hungry

Icelandic

Ég elska þig

 

Igbo

A hụrụ m gị n’anya

Nigeria

Indonesian

Aku cinta kamu

Indonesia

Irish

Is breá liom tú

 

Italian

Ti amo

Itali, Switzerland

Japanese

Watashi wa, anata o aishiteimasu (わたしは、あなたを愛しています)

Japan

Javanese

Aku Tresno Sampeyan

Java Indonesia

Kazakh

Men seni jaqsı köremin (Мен сені жақсы көремін)

Kazakhstan

Khmer

khnhom​ sralanh​ anak (ខ្ញុំ​ស្រលាញ់​អ្នក)

Cambodia

Korean

Salanghae (사랑해)

North Korea & South Korea

Kurdish (Kurmanji)

Ez ji te hezdikim

Syria, Iran, Iraq, Turkey

Kyrgyz

Men seni süyöm (Мен сени сүйөм)

 

Lao

khony hak chao (ຂ້ອຍ​ຮັກ​ເຈົ້າ)

 

Latin

Te amo

 

Latvian

Es mīlu Tevi

 

Lithuanian

Aš tave myliu

Lithuania

Luxembourgish

Ech hunn dech gär

Luxembourg

Macedonian

Те сакам

 

Malagasy

Tiako ianao

Madagascar

Maltese

Inħobbok

 

Maori

Aroha ahau ki a koe

 

Mangolian

Bi chamd khairtai (Би чамд хайртай)

Mangolia

Myanmar (Burmee)

Mainnkohkyittaal (မင်းကိုချစ်တယ်)

Myanmar

Nepali

Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu (म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु)

Nepal 

Norwegian

Jeg elsker deg

Norway

Pashto

za la ta sara meena kawom  زه ستا سره مینه لرم

Kashmir India, Afghanistan

Persian

dūset dāram (دوستت دارم)

Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan

Polish

Kocham Cię

Poland, USA, Germany, United Kingdom, Belarus, western Ukraine, Lithuania

Romanian

Te iubesc

Romania

Samoan

Oute alofa ia oe

 

Scots Gaelic

Tha gaol agam ort

 

Serbian

Волим те

Serbia

Sesotho

Kea u rata

 

Shona

Ndinokuda

 

Sinhala

mama oyāṭa ādareyi (මම ඔයාට ආදරෙයි)

Srilanka

Slovak

Ľúbim ťa

 

Slovenian

Ljubim te

 

Somali

Waan ku jeclahay

Somalia

Sundanese

Abdi bogoh ka anjeun

 

Swahili

Nakupenda

Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda

Swedish

Jag älskar dig

Sweden

Tajik

Man turo dūst medoram (Ман туро дӯст медорам)

Tajikistan

Thai

C̄hạn rạk khuṇ (ฉันรักคุณ)

Thailand

Turkish

Seni seviyorum

Turkey

Ukrainian

YA tebe lyublyu (Я тебе люблю)

Ukrain

Urdu

  मैं तुमसे प्यार करता हूँ (میں تم سے پیار کرتا ہوں)

Pakistan, India

Uzbek

Men seni Sevaman

Uzbekistan

Vietnamese

Em yêu anh

Vietname

Welsh

Rwy’n dy garu di

 

Xhosa

Ndiyakuthanda

South Africa

Yiddish

ikh hab dir lib (איך האב דיר ליב)

 

Yoruba

Mo nifẹ rẹ

 

Zulu

Ngiyakuthanda

South Africa

Even though love doesn’t require any language, it is always good to have words to express your feelings. Now you have more than 100 ways to say I Love you. Why are you waiting?

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