Express your love in various languages !

196 posts  ·  created 9yr ago by arteshia  ·  last post 2yr ago
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arteshia
9yr ago
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permalink hey guys!!!

i would like to know how people express their love in various languages

as i'm an indonesian, we say "Aku cinta kamu" or "Aku sayang kamu" to the one we love which means "I love you"

and we call the one we love "sayang" which means "darling"

how about you ??

yasoshlasuma
9yr ago
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permalink Well. i am australian
so i say I Love You. But if we love some one but not ready to tell them we say
I like you.

I also say it in korean which is Saranghaeyo or Saranghamnida.

Also Japanese
Aishiteru.

My BF calls me Cutie.

Rashoosh
9yr ago
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permalink Hi.well, I'm Romanian and we usually say "te iubesc" for i love u :love: and "te ador" for i ador you :totallylove:
but i think the word itself{to say i love u} doesnt matter if face expression or his actions arent similsr to his words!Right??!!

arteshia
9yr ago
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permalink

but i think the word itself{to say i love u} doesnt matter if face expression or his actions arent similsr to his words!Right??!!


i agree with this ^^ ;)

by the way, i forgot to mention another phrase which has the same meaning as "I like you", it is "Aku suka kamu" in Indonesian :)

any1 knows how to say "darling" in japanese?

KeosMachine
9yr ago
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permalink In dutch we say "Ik houd van jou" ik=I houd(en)= to love van= there's no real translation in english for this context. jou=you

sloth18894
9yr ago
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permalink English-"I love you"-"darling"
Tagalog-"Mahal kita"-"mahal"
Spanish-"Te amo"-----"no idea"
French-"Je t'aime"---"no idea"
Mandarin-"Wo ai ni"--"no idea"

I know how to speak english and tagalog, I only heard the rest from friends or elsewhere.[edit]Last edit by sloth18894 on Saturday 16 May, 2009 at 23:30 +35.7%[/edit]

da5hunfan
7yr ago
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permalink spanish- te amo(it sounds more like my love...) te quiero means "I want you but i guess it could also mean i love you but it depends on how you say it) :]
I'm not sure of the french and mandarin tho...

harleywilliams23
7yr ago
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permalink Je t'aime is I love you. (: Mi amore is my love.

hikkiFM
9yr ago
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permalink hikkiはあなた方皆を愛する!

ElluMellu
9yr ago
283 jpops
permalink In Estonian : Sa meeldid mulle (I like you)
Ma armastan sind (I love you)

Miki
9yr ago
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permalink
Quote by ElluMellu
In Estonian : Sa meeldid mulle (I like you)
Ma armastan sind (I love you)

Sa meeldid mulle))
I loved it, I speak Estonian.

keira317
9yr ago
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permalink .........I'm a filipino....
....so filipino express they're loved by using the Phrase"Mahal kita" means I love you!! :RBheart: :RBheart: :RBheart: :RBheart:

macaroni
9yr ago
80 jpops
permalink i'm filipino-chinese...

FILIPINO: mahal kita!! = I LOVE YOU
CHINESE: wo ai ni! = I LOVE YOU

^_^

lunamoon87
9yr ago
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permalink I am currently learning American Sign Language. This is how you sign "I love you"

http://image.examiner.com/images/blog/wysiwyg/image/ASLIloveyou.jpg

TwilighT
9yr ago
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permalink Hmm, in Dutch it's Ik houd van jou.
In German : Ich liebe dich
In Russian: ja tebja ljublju
Japanese: Aishiteru

tomosHirou
9yr ago
220 jpops
permalink FIlipino: Mahal kita.
English: I love you.
Spanish: Te amo
Italian: Ti voglio bene
German: Ich liebe dich
French: Je t'aime??
Japanese: Aishiteru or kimi ga suki da
Chinese: Wo ai ni

ruipt
9yr ago
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permalink well it seems that i'm going to be the first to say "i love you" in portuguese
in portuguese from portugal (where i live) it's "eu amo-te" or "amo-te"
if it's brazilian portuguese is "te amo"

elenko94
9yr ago
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permalink in swedish

i love you meens~
jag älskar dig

MioneeGranger
9yr ago
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permalink Well,peoples here have already said it in Spanish,but I will say it again...
iTE AMO!
:D
hehehe.

Aishiteru <3
Te Amo <3
J'etaime <3 (I think I spelled that wrong. :lipsrsealed:)

zellyx1
9yr ago
611 jpops
permalink French: Je t'aime ( I you really like xD It's really: I really like you!)

CharlesDefon
9yr ago
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permalink [quote=arteshia]



any1 knows how to say "darling" in japanese?



In Japanese, wives often call their husbands "anata", which means "you", however has a certain connotation with it between husbands and wives meaning something more similar to "darling."

juczan
9yr ago
304 jpops
permalink Polish

for lover:
[i]Kocham Cię <3[/i]
[size=9]or friend:
[i]Lubię Cię :)[/i][/size]

people says that polish is difficult language xd not for me hahaha ^^

kaspars115
9yr ago
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permalink Im from Latvia....
In latvian we say "Es tevi miilu" which means...i love you...
Tu man patiic tāda kāda esi......I like you for the who u are.!!

momo84
9yr ago
147 jpops
permalink In Arabic we say "Ahbbak" (to male) and "Ahbbek" (to female)
and call loved one "Habibii" (male) and "Habibtii" (female)
There are many other words, but this is the most common ones :)

frisou94
9yr ago
84,876 jpops
permalink French ::
[i]Je T'aime[/i]

English ::
[i]I Love Youu[/i] (Of Course :D)

Japanese ::
[i]Aishiteru[/i]

Korean ::
[i]Saranghae[/i] (I Think It's My Favorite :) )

Spanish ::
[i]Te Quiero[/i]

Saranghaeyo <3 :RBblush: :)

Aelii
9yr ago
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permalink English - "I love you~!"
Spanish - "Te Amo" or "Te quiero"
Luxembourgish - "Ech hunn dech gär" This actually means "I like you." since "I love you" is not used here.

xXAmaChanXx
9yr ago
279 jpops
permalink English= I love you
Japanese= Aishite imasu. Or Aishiteru imsau.
German= Ich liebe dirch
Italain= I think its "Ti amo"
Spanish= Te quero. I think. lol

KimiChan
9yr ago
282 jpops
permalink English --> I love you.
Spanish --> Te amo.
French --> Je t'aime
Italian --> Ti amo.
Russian -->Я тебя люблю
Japanese --> Aishiteru
Korean --> Saranghae 당신을 사랑합니다
Chinese --> (Mandarin) Wo ai ni


:giggle:
That's all I know.[edit]Last edit by on Thursday 06 Aug, 2009 at 01:18 +43.8%[/edit]

Kokoniiruzee
9yr ago
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permalink Tagalog- Mahal na mahal kita
Japanese- Anata wa daisuki
Korean- Saranghaeyo!
English- I love you
Chinese- Wo ai ni

Bleh, all those years of french in school totally failed XD I don't even know how to say I love you LOL[edit]Last edit by on Sunday 09 Aug, 2009 at 18:30 +13.2%[/edit]

BlueBuda
9yr ago
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permalink German: Ich liebe dich
Swiss-German: I lieb di, I liäbä di, (but swiss has many different dialects so you can say I love you in different ways ^^)

MissCally
9yr ago
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permalink [i]Italian : Ti Amo or Ti Voglio Bene,depending on the region.
Spanish : Te Amo. (Wow.Big diff. xD)
French : Je t'aime
Chinese : Wo Ai Ni
Japanese : Aishiteru
Korean : Saranghae
[/i]

miszkatzen93
9yr ago
626 jpops
permalink hm..

malaysian
~aku cinta padamu

germany
~ich lebe
(something sound like that)

in thailand
~chenrachte
(sound much like that)

chinese
~wo ai ni

korean
~saranghae

guess thats all that i can write upon
the others had been written already^^

yurie123
9yr ago
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permalink umm

Malay
~Saya sayang awak/Aku cinta padamu

English
~I love you

Korean
~Saranghaeyo/saranghae

Chinese
~Wo Ai Nii

Japanese
~Aishiteru

French
~Je t'aime

thats all I know lol

sakurambo20
9yr ago
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permalink I'm portuguese ^^

In Portugal we say "Amo-te" :lovec:
In Brazil it's "Te Amo"


I also like to say it in finish XD RAKASTAN SINUA :RBheart:

momo84
9yr ago
147 jpops
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Quote by Kokoniiruzee
Tagalog- Mahal na mahal kita
Japanese- Anata wa daisuki
Korean- Saranghaeyo!
English- I love you
Chinese- Wo ai ni

Bleh, all those years of french in school totally failed XD I don't even know how to say I love you LOL


@Kokoniiruzee: It's actually "Anata ga daisuki"
The full sentence would be "Watashi-wa anata-ga daisuki desu"
Where "Watashi-wa" is usually omitted and sometimes "anata-ga" can be omitted too, as they both can be understood from the context. "Desu" can be added at the end of the sentence if you want to sound more polite/formal.

I hope I explained it right, please correct if I made any mistakes. :RBundecided:

[edit]Last edit by on Friday 28 Aug, 2009 at 22:52 +4.9%[/edit]

arteshia
9yr ago
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@Kokoniiruzee: It's actually "Anata ga daisuki"
The full sentence would be "Watashi-wa anata-ga daisuki desu"
Where "Watashi-wa" is usually omitted and sometimes "anata-ga" can be omitted too, as they both can be understood from the context. "Desu" can be added at the end of the sentence if you want to sound more polite/formal.

I hope I explained it right, please correct if I made any mistakes.




wow... if you didn't say it, i won't realize that Kokoniiruzee wrote "anata wa" instead of "anata ga"
i think ur explanation is right, thx momo84 ^^

TEAR
9yr ago
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permalink 愛してる~
愛してる~
それ以外見つからない~

エヘへ

arteshia
9yr ago
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permalink

愛してる~
愛してる~
それ以外見つからない~

エヘへ


umm... i'm not very good at reading kanji, so anyone can read what TEAR-san wrote?
i can only read,
"aishiteru ~
aishiteru ~
sore... mitsukaranai"

well, i'm not very sure if it's read as mitsukaranai, please correct me if i'm wrong

TEAR
9yr ago
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permalink
Quote by arteshia

umm... i'm not very good at reading kanji, so anyone can read what TEAR-san wrote?
i can only read,
"aishiteru ~
aishiteru ~
sore... mitsukaranai"

well, i'm not very sure if it's read as mitsukaranai, please correct me if i'm wrong

Its Aishiteru~
Aishiteru~
soreigai mitsukaranai

it part of the lyrics to a song by KAT-TUN called Yorokobi no Uta.

arteshia
9yr ago
4,183 jpops
permalink oh i see... so that's how to read it, thx TEAR-san ^^

keanne01
9yr ago
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permalink i just got some.. they're known anyway.. :D

- aishiteru for japanese
- sarang heyo for korean
- gua ai ni for chinese
- mahal kita for filipino :)

ParasiteJely
9yr ago
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permalink

germany
~ich lebe
(something sound like that)


'Ich lebe' means 'I live' xD
In german it's 'Ich liebe dich' or I like you is 'Ich mag dich'
Bavarian often says their German accent is more like a own language (I live here and honestly it's sometimes really hard to understandxD)
In Bavaria: I mog di (Ok that's more 'I like you'XD)

ShiAkimoto
9yr ago
277 jpops
permalink I'm from Sweden and in swedish
I love you means: Jag älskar dig
but if you whant to say
I like you say: Jag gillar dig


hugies and kisses bye

hinata1990
9yr ago
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permalink Te amo in Spanish
Eu te amo in Portuguese
Aishiteru (愛してる) in Japanese

Have a nice day! x
良い一日を!(yoi ichinichi wo)
¡Que tenga un buen dia! :wink:

jirowang830
9yr ago
65 jpops
permalink chinese:

我永远爱你!
i love you forever
duibuqi, dan wo ai ni
i'm sorry but i love you. lol
wo fei chang ai ni
i love you dearly

Maltesers
9yr ago
198 jpops
permalink Yay!!! Sweet!!! :RBheart:

arteshia
9yr ago
4,183 jpops
permalink whooaaa... it's been a while guys ^^
and i've just realized that i got quite lots of new posts in my forum
thx all =)

Tahmnong
9yr ago
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permalink In Thai is รักนะ or "Rak na" ^_^
You can also say "(Chan) Rak tur" or "Rak koon"

Bao
9yr ago
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permalink german:Ich liebe Dich.
french: Je t'aime.
spanish: Te quero.
vietnamese: Anh yêu em (Man speaks to woman) or Em yêu anh (woman to man)
mandarin: 我爱你! Wo Ai Ni!
korean: saranghaeyo

ShimaNoRina89
9yr ago
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permalink Serbian is so boring language...but here

'Volim te' [it means 'I love you'] 'draga'[for female]or 'dragi'[for male]
[edit]Last edit by ShimaNoRina89 on Monday 05 Oct, 2009 at 17:27 -95.4%[/edit][edit]Last edit by ShimaNoRina89 on Monday 05 Oct, 2009 at 17:27 +4.8%[/edit]


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