l Love you Saying in different languages

Saying I love you with flowers | Use Flowers to say I Love you

say i love you in different languagesOne of the most traditional and perhaps the most dignified and elegant way to say I Love You is to buy fresh flowers and give them to the girl you like. Red roses have the capacity to ignite love and passion, and they are the flowers most commonly used by men to convey their sentiments. The red rose is the symbol of everlasting love and the flowers of choice when that is the message you wish to give.

You can send your love wrapped in flowers either by arranging the flowers in a vase, or you can choose to keep the flowers in a box if they happen to have long stems. This is true for fresh flowers like tulips, Orchid Flowers, roses and lilies. Some prefer to give flowers from their own hands, making a bouquet from them. The method is not important; it is the intensity of your feelings which is most important.

Saying it in words is easier, but many do not have the courage to do so. When you buy a red rose or a bouquet of red roses how much thought do you give to where theflowers were grown and how they were grown? Fresh flowers say it better than words, and they create a spell which is hard to express in words.

Saying I Love You in Different Languages

Well, try several foreign language translations of “I Love You” with a special person in your life and see what happens. Here ‘I love you’ as defined in relationships between people, with translations from many different languages and dialects.

LanguageI Love You
ArabicAna Behibak (To A Male)
ArabicAna Behibek (To A Female)
AssameseMoi Tomak Bhal Pau
BengaliAmi Tomay Bhalo bashi
BolivianQuechua Qanta Munani
BulgarianObicham Te
BurmeseChit Pa De
CambodianBon Sro Lanh Oon
CanadianSh’teme
CatalanT’estim Molt (I Love You A Lot)
CebuanoGihigugma Ko Ikaw.
ChineseWo Ai Ni
CorsicanTi Tengu Cara (To Female)
CorsicanTi Tengu Caru (To Male)
CroatianLjubim Te
CzechMiluji Te
DanishJeg Elsker Dig
DutchIk Hou Van Jou
EcuadorQuechua Canda Munani
EsperantoMi Amas Vin
EstonianMina Armastan Sind
FarsiTora Dust Midaram
Farsi (Persian)Doostat Daram
FilipinoMahal Kita
FinnishMina” Rakastan Sinua
FlemishIk Zie Oe Geerne
FrenchJe T’aime
GermanIch Liebe Dich
GreekS’ Agapo
GujaratiHoon Tane Pyar Karoo chhoon
HebrewAni Ohev Otach (to Female)
HebrewAni Ohevet Otcha (to Male)
HindiMai tumse Pyar karta hoon (to Female)
HindiMai tumse Pyar karti hoon (to Male)
HungarianSzeretlek
IcelandicEg Elska Thig
IndonesianSaja Kasih Saudari
IrishTaim I’ Ngra Leat
ItalianTi Amo (Relationship/Lover/Spouse)
JapaneseKimi O Ai Shiteru
KannadaNaanu Ninnanu Preethisuthene
KiswahiliNakupenda
KoreanTangsinul Sarang Ha Yo
LatinTe Amo
LatvianEss Milu Tevi
LisbonGramo-Te Bue’, Chavalinha
LithuanianTave Myliu (Ta-Ve Mee-Lyu)
MacedonianSakam Te!
Malay/Indonesiansaya cinta kamu
MalayalamNjyaan Ninne’ Preetikyunnu
MarathiMe Tujhashi Prem Karto (to Female)
MarathiMe Tujhashi Prem Karte (to Male)
NorwegianJeg Elsker Deg (Yai Elske Dai)
PersianTora Dost Daram
PolishKocham Cie
Portuguese (Brazilian)Eu Te Amo
PunjabiMai Taunu Pyar Karda
RomanianTe iubesc
RussianYa Vas Liubliu
SerbianLubim Te
Serbo-CroatianVolim Te
SinhaleseMama Oyata Adarei
SlovakLubim Ta
SpanishTe Quiero
Sri LankanMama Oyata Arderyi
SwahiliNaku Penda (the person’s name follows)
SwedishJag A’Lskar Dig
Swiss-GermanCh’ha Di Ga”Rn
Syrian/LebaneseBhebbek (to Female)
Syrian/LebaneseBhebbak (to Male)
TamilNan Unnai Kaathalikkiren
TeluguNeenu Ninnu Pra’mistu’nnanu
ThaiCh’an Rak Khun
TunisianHa Eh Bak
TurkishSeni Seviyo*Rum (* means O)
UkrainianJa Tebe Kokhaju (true love)
UrduMujhe Tumse Mohabbat Hai
VietnameseEm Ye’U Anh (to Man)
VietnameseAnh Ye’U Em (to Woman)
VulcanWani Ra Yana Ro Aisha
WelshRwy’n Dy Garu Di
YugoslavianYa Te Volim
ZuluNgiyakuthanda!
InterlinguaIo te ama

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