I Love You in Different Language Learning a language is usually a lengthy daunting activity. It takes usually a child over 2 years earlier than they begin to actually grasp a language. So studying a brand new one could be fairly a problem.

I Love You in Different Language This is one language although that’s common. The language of affection and relationship. Here is a listing of how to say I really like you in lots of languages.

Afrikaans – Ek het jou lief

Afrikaans – Ek het jou liefe

Apache – Shi ingolth-a

Albanian – Te dua

Alentejano (Portugal) – Gosto De Ti, Porra!

Alsacien – Ich hoan dich gear

Amharic – Afekrishalehou

Arabic – Ana Behibak (to a male)

Arabic – Ana Behibek (to a feminine)

Arabic (Formal Arabic) – Ooheboki (to a feminine)

Arabic (Formal Arabic) – Ooheboka (to a male)

Arabic – Ib’n hebbak

Arabic – Ana Ba-heb-bak

Arabic – nhebuk

Armenian – Yes kez si’rumem

Armenian – Sirem zk ‘ez

Assamese – Moi tomak bhal pau

Aztec – Nimitzlaco’tla

Bari ( A Sudanese Language) – Nan nyanyar do (I really like you)

Bari ( A Sudanese Language) – Nan nyanyar do parik (I really like you very a lot)

Batak – Holong rohangku di ho

Bavarian – I mog di narrisch gern

Bengali – Ami tomAy bhAlobAshi

Bengali – Ami tomake bhalo basi

Bicol – Namumutan ta ka

Bolivian Quechua – Qanta munani

Bulgarian – Obicham te

Burmese – Chit pa de

Cambodian – Bon sro lanh oon

Cambodian – Kh_nhaum soro_lahn nhee_ah

Cambodian – Soro lahn nhee ah

Cantonese – Kgoh oi nei

Cantonese – Moi oiy neya

Cantonese – Ngo oi ney a

Cebuano – Gihigugma ko ikaw

Catalan – T’estim (mallorcan)

Catalan – T’estim molt (I really like you a large number)

Catalan – T’estime (valencian)

Catalan – T’estimo (catalonian)

Cherokee – Kykeyu

Cherokee – Gv-ge-yu-hi (formal)

Cherokee – Gv-ge-yu (conversational)

Cheyenne – Nemehot tse

Chickasaw Chiholloli (first “i” nasalized)

Chinese – Wo ai ni

Chinese – Wo ie ni

Corsican – Ti tengu cara (to feminine)

Corsican – Ti tengu caru (to male)

Creol – Mi aime jou

Croatian – Volim te

Czech – Miluji te

Czech – Miluju te (colloquial type)

Danish – Jeg elsker dig

Dutch – Ik hou van je

Dutch – Ik hou van jou

Egyptian – Anna bahebek

English – I really like you

Esperanto – Mi amas vin

Estonian – Mina armastan sind

Estonian – Ma armastan sind

Ethiopian – Afgreki’

Farsi – Asheghetam

Farsi – Tora mud midaram

Farsi (Persian) – Doostat dAram

Filipino – Mahal kita

Filipino – Mahal ka ta

Filipino – Iniibig Kita

Finnish – Min rakastan sinua

Flemish – Ik zie oe geerne

French – Je t’aime

French – Je t’adore

Friesian – Ik hou fan dei

Gaelic – Mo ghradh thu

Gaelic – Ta gra agam ort

German – Ich liebe dich

Georgian – Me shen mikvarkhar

Greek – S’agapo

Greek – Ego philo su (ego is just wanted for emphasis)

Gujrati – Hoon tane pyar karoochhoon

Hausa – Ina sonki

Hawaiian Aloha I’a Au Oe

Hawaiian – Aloha I’a Au Oe

Hawaiian – Aloha wau ia oi

Hebrew – Ani ohev atach

Hebrew – Ani ohev otach (male to feminine)

Hebrew – Ani ohev otcha (male to male)

Hebrew – Ani ohevet otach (feminine to feminine)

Hebrew – Ani ohevet otcha (feminine to male)

Hindi – Mae tumko pyar kia

Hindi – My tumko pyar karta hu

Hindi – Main tumse pyar karta hoon

Hindi – Ham Tomche Payer Kortahe

Hindi – Mai tumse peyar karta hnu

Hindi (Kannada) – Naanu ninnannu premisuththene

Hindu – My tumko pyar karta hu

Hokkien – Wa ai lu

Hopi – Nu’ umi unangwa’ta

Hungarian – Szeretlek te’ged

Icelandic – Eg elska pig

India (Malayalam) – njan ninne snehiykkunnu

Indonesian – Saja tjinta padamu

Indonesian – Saja kasih saudari

Indonesian – Saya Cinta Kamu

Indonesian – Saya cinta padamu

Indonesian – Aku cinta padamu

Innuktitut – Nagligivaget

Irish – Taim i’ngra leat

Inuit – Negligevapse

Italian – Ti amo (if it is a relationship/lover/partner)

Japanese – Ai shite imasu

Japanese – Aishiteru

Japanese – Kimi o ai shiteru

Japanese – Watakushi-wa anata-wo ai shimasu

Javanese – Kulo tresno

Kiswahili – Nakupenda

Korean – Tangshin-i cho-a-yo

Korean – Sarang Heyo

Korean – Tangsinul sarang ha yo

Korean – Nanun tongshinun sarang hamnida

Kurdish – Asektem

Kurdish – Ez te hezdikhem

Kyrgyz – Men seni suyom

Lao – Khoi huk chau

Latin – Ego Te amo (ego, for emphasis)

Latin – Te amo

Latin – Vos amo

Latvian – Es tevi Mlu (s the-vih me-lu)

Lebanese – Bahibak

Lingala – Nalingi yo

Lithuanian – Tave myliu (ta-ve mee-lyu)

Luo – Aheri

Madrid lingo – Me molas, tronca

Malay – Saya cintamu

Malay – Saya sayangmu

Malay (Indonesian) – Aku sayang enkow

Malay (Indonesian) – Sayah Chantikan Awah

Mandarin – Wo ai ni

Mohawk – Konoronhkwa

Mohawk – Kanbhik

Moroccan – Ana moajaba bik

Navaho – Ayor anosh’ni

Ndebele – Niyakutanda

Nepali – Ma timilai maya garchu

Nepali – Ma timilai man parauchu

Nigeria – Ina sonki (Hausa)

Norwegian – Eg elskar deg (Nynorsk)

Norwegian – Jeg elsker deg (Bokmaal) (pronounced: yai elske dai)

Ojibwe – Gi zah gin

Osetian – Aez dae warzyn

Pakistani – Muje se mu habbat hai

Persian – Tora dost daram

Persian – Aseketem

Persian – Doo-set daaram

Pig Latin – Ie ovele ouye or Iay ovlay ouyay

Polish – Kocham Cie

Polish – Ja cie kocham

Polish – Kocham Ciebie

Polish – Ja Ciebie Kocham

Portuguese – Eu te amo

Pushto – Za tha sara meena kawam

Romanian – Te iubesc

Russian – Ya vas lyublyu

Russian (Malincaya) – Ya Tibieh Lublue

Russian – Y’a liou-bliou tibya

Russian – Ya vac loobyoo

Russian – Ya tebya loobyoo

Russian – Ya l’ubl’u t’ebya

Russian – Ju ljublju tebja!

Russian – Ljublju tebja

Russian – Ya lyublyu tebya

Russian – Ya polubeel s’tebya

Russian – Ya tebya ljublju

Samoan – Ou te alofa outou

Serbian – Lubim te

Serbocroatian – Volim te

Shona – Ndinokuda

Sinhalese – Mama oyata adarei

Sioux (Lakota) – Techi ‘hila

Sioux (Lakota) – Techihhila

Slovak – lubim ta

Slovene – Ljubim te

Somali – Wankudja’alahai

Spanish – Te amo (I really like you)

Srilankan – Mama Oyata Arderyi

Sudanese (Bari) – Nan nyanyar do ( I really like you)

Sudanese (Bari) – Nan nyanyar do parik ( I really like you very a lot )

Swahili – Mimi nakupenda

Swahili – Ninapenda wewe

Swahili – Naku penda (adopted by the particular person’s identify)

Swedish – Jag alskar dig

Swedish – Iaj Alskar Dej

Swiss-German – Ch’ha di ga”rn

Syrian/Lebanes – Bhebbek

Tahitian – Ua Here Vau la Oe

Tajik – Mantodro esme deram

Tamil – Naan unni kathilikaran

Tamil – Ni yaanai kaadli karen

Taiwanese – Ngua ai di or Wa ga ei li

Tcheque – Miluji te

Telugu – Neenu ninnu pra’mistu’nnanu

Telugu (India) – Nenu Ninnu Premistunnanu

Thai – Ch’an Rak Khun

Thai – Phom Rak Khun

Thai – Pom rak khun

Thai – Charn Ruck Ter

Tibetan – Khyod-la cags-so

Tunisian – Ha eh bak

Turkish – Seni Seviyurum

Ukrainian – Ja Tebe lublu

Urdu – Mujge tumae mahabbat hai

Uzbek – Man sani sevaman

Vietnamese – Toi yeu em

Vietnamese – Anh ye u em (male to feminine)

Vietnamese – Em ye u anh” (feminine to male)

Vlaams – Ik hue van ye

Welsh – Rwy’n dy garu di

Welsh – Yr wyf i yn dy garu di (Chwi)

Yiddish – Ich libe dich

Yiddish – Ikh hob dikh lib

Zazi – Ezhele hezdege

Zulu – Ngiyakuthanda

Zuni – Tom ho’ ichema

Say I really like you to a particular somebody and make their day.

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