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135 Ways to Spell Love in Different Languages and Pronunciation

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Love is a universal language. But it can be made into words. If you feel the  Signs You Are Falling in Love with Someone you might need to say it. Why don’t you expand your knowledge and spice things up when you say i love you to someone you adore? So here are the great forms of love in different languages to help you express your big love all over the world.

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These are ways to spell love in different languages ;

  1. French: Je t’aime
  2. Spanish: Te quiero
  3. Hebrew: אני אוהבת אותך
  4. German: Ich liebe dich
  5. Croatian: Volim te
  6. Italian: Ti amo
  7. Portuguese: Eu te amo
  8. Swedish: Jag älskar dig
  9. Romanian: Te iubesc
  10. English: I love you
  11. Indonesia: Aku Cinta Kamu
  12. Afrikaans :Ek is lief vir jou / Ek het jou lief
  13. Albanian :Te dua
  14. Amharic :Afekrishalehou
  15. Arabic : Ana Behibak (to a male) /Ana Behibek (to a female)
  16. Armenian : kezi chat ge sirem (in western Armenian) /yes kez sirum em (in eastern armenian) yes kez shat em siroom
  17. aruba bonaire and curacao : mi stimabo
  18. Assyr , Assyrian : Az tha hijthmekem /ANA KI BAYINAKH
  19. Sindhi : Maa tokhe pyar kendo ahyan
  20. Sioux : Techihhila
  21. Slovak : Lu`bim ta
  22. Slovenian : Ljubim te
  23. Tahitian : Ua Here Vau Ia Oe
  24. Tamil : Nan unnai kathalikaraen
  25. Telugu : Nenu ninnu premistunnanu
  26. Thai : Phom rak khun
  27. Tunisian : Ha eh bak
  28. Turkish : Seni Seviyorum
  29. Ukrainian : Ya tebe kahayu
  30. Urdu : mai aap say pyaar karta hoo
  31. Vietnamese :To female – Anh ye^u em
  32. Welsh : ‘Rwy’n dy garu di
  33. Yiddish : Ikh hob dikh
  34. Yoruba : Mo ni fe
  35. Zazi : Ezhele hezdege
  36. Zuni : Tom ho’ ichema
  37. Malayalam : Njan Ninne Premikunnu
  38. Maltese : Inhobbok
  39. Marathi : Me tula prem karto 
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  40. Mohawk : Kanbhik 
  41. Moroccan : Ana moajaba bik
  42. Nahuatl :Ni mits neki
  43. Navaho : Ayor anosh’ni
  44. Ndebele : Niyakutanda
  45. Bokmaal : Jeg elsker deg
  46. Nyonrsk : Eg elskar deg
  47. Pandacan : Syota na kita!!
  48. Pangasinan : Inaru Taka
  49. Papiamento : Mi ta stimabo
  50. Luxembourgeois : Ech hun dech gaer
  51. Latvian : Es Tevi Milu
  52. Batak : Holong rohaku tu ho
  53. Surabaya : aku tresno kara koe
  54. Hakka : Ngai oi Ngi
  55. Hokien : Wa ai Lu
  56. Russian : Я тебя люблю
  57. Krygz : men seni syuyomyun
  58. Wolof :nab nula turup
  59. Swahili : Nakupenda
  60. Luo : aeri ainya 
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  61. Bashkir : мин hине яратам -[ min heeeny yaratam]
  62. Brazilian : Eu tu amo
  63. Zaza: Ez aê ra heskêna
  64. Laz: Ma si maoropa
  65. Azerbaijani: Men seni sevirem
  66. Uzbek: Man seni savaman
  67. Turkmen: Men seny soyarin
  68. Gagauz: Ben seni benerim
  69. Turkish: Seni seviyorum
  70. Karachay: Men senii süeme
  71. Chuvash: Ep sana yoradal
  72. Bashkir: Men hine yarytau
  73. Kyrgyz: Men seni suyem
  74. Kazakh: Myen syeni sooyom
  75. Tatar: Min sine yaratam
  76. gujarati : HU TANE PREM KARU CHU
  77. West Vlamz : Kzie u girne
  78. Macedonian : te sakam
  79. Persian : Dooset Daaram
  80. Cantonese Chinese : Ngo oiy ney a
  81. Catalan : T’estimo
  82. Cheyenne : Ne mohotatse
  83. Chichewa : Ndimakukonda
  84. China : Wo ai ni
  85. Corsican : Ti tengu caru (to male)
  86. Creol : Mi aime jou
  87. Irish : Taim i’ ngra leat
  88. Japanese : Aishiteru
  89. Kannada : Naanu ninna preetisuttene
  90. Kapampangan : Kaluguran daka
  91. Kiswahili :Nakupenda
  92. Konkani : Tu magel moga cho
  93. Nepali : “ तिमीलाई माया गर्छु
  94. Bali :Tyang tresna ragane
  95. Bangka: Ku nek kek ka
  96. Banjarmasin: Unda katuju’ lawan ikam
  97. Ambon : Beta cinta ose / Beta sayang ale
  98. Aceh : Loen galak ngon gata
  99. Bima (NTB) : Mada wara ade di ita / Nahu ne’e nggomi
  100. Bugis – U puji’ki an’dri / Meloka ri idi’ / U poji ko
  101. Cirebon – Kita demen bari ira / Ingsun tresna karo sampeyan
  102. Dayak – Aku handak dengan ikau
  103. Dayak (Kahayan) – Aku Sinta Dengam
  104. Dayak (Kenyah) – Ake uba iko
  105. Dayak (Maan’yan) – Aku hamen hanyu
  106. Dayak (Ngaju) – Aku kanahuang dengam
  107. Dayak (Pembuang) – Yaku Cinta Dengan Ikau
  108. Indramayu – Kita demen ning sira / Reang demen sing sampean
  109. Jakarta (Betawi) – Abang demen ame eneng 
  110. Jambi – Awak cinto kau
  111. Komering – Nyak goring ‘rik niku
  112. Konjo – Nakke sayang kau
  113. Lampung (Pejwan) – Sekham agow jamow nikuw
  114. Madura – Sengkok lebur ka be’nah / Sengko’ terro ka ba’na
  115. Makassar – Kuangaiq / Eroka’ ri kau / Ku suka’ ko / Ku suka ki’
  116. Malang – Uka cinta umak / Ayas ngenes karo umak
  117. Manado – Ta suka pa ngana
  118. Minang – Aden suko jo kau, piak (dari cowok), Adiak suko jo uda (dari cewek)  
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  119. Nias – Omasido khou
  120. Osing – Isun demen nang riko
  121. Padang – Ambo senang siko / Aden suko jo waang
  122. Papua – Sa cinta ko
  123. Palembang – Aku cinto bedebek samo kau
  124. Pekalongan – Nyong Demen Koe
  125. Pontianak (Melayu) – Aku cinte kau
  126. Prabumulih – Aku galak samo kau
  127. Sasak – Tiang meleq side
  128. Singkawang – Ngai oi nyi
  129. Sumbawa (NTB) – Aku sate kau
  130. Solo – Dalem tresna marang sliramu
  131. Tasikmalaya – Abi bogoh ka anjeun
  132. Tegal – Nyong seneng kowen
  133. Timor – Beta talalu cinta deng lu
  134. Toraja – Kuporai ko / Ku kamasei ko
  135. Yogyakarta – Aku tresna karo kowe / Kawulo tresno dumatheng panjenengan

Thus, that’s all the ways to spell love in different languages that you may say to your lover. The greatest way to show and express that you love someone is by saying it. But you can also say it without words by finding the Ways to Say I Love You without Saying I Love You and Ways to Say I Can’t Stop Thinking About You. Still, nothing can match the clarity of words. Use the ways to spell love in different languages and you will start to see the  Signs That Someone is In Love With You !

 

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