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How Do We Say Love in Different Languages? – Translate Love

Do you know how to say love in different languages? In the modern world of today, where more than 7000 languages are spoken, it often becomes difficult to understand and translate ‘I love you’ in different languages. People have different ways to express their love for someone. I love you! These three little words have all the magic and power to let someone know about your emotions.  Also, not every individual on this earth can speak or understand all the languages. Hardly, 60% (an approximate figure) of the people could be able to speak, write or understand at least one of the top 10 languages spoken in the world.

If you are wondering how people express their emotion of love in different countries and cultures all across the world, then you are at the right place.

S.No.LanguageTranslation
1love in Englishlove
2love in SpanishAmor
3love in Hindiमोहब्बत, or mohabbat
4love in Japanese愛, or Ai
5love in Mandarin Chinese爱, or Ài
6love in Bengaliভালবাসা, or Bhālabāsā
7love in Punjabiਪਸੰਦ ਹੈ, or Pasada hai
8love in Arabicحب
9love in Marathiप्रेम, or prēma
10love in Italianamore
11love in Tamilஅன்பு, or Anpu
12love in Oriyaପ୍ରେମ, or prēma
13love in Portugueseamor
14love in Urduمحبت
15love in Malayalamസ്നേഹം, or snēhaṁ
16love in Vietnameseyêu
17love in Germanliebe
18love in Russianлюблю, or lyublyu
19love in Gujaratiપ્રેમ, or prēma
20love in Kannadaಪ್ರೀತಿ, or Prīti
21love in Korean애정, or aejeong
22love in Burmesehkyithkyinnmayttar
23love in Teluguప్రేమ, or prēma
24love in Frenchamour
25love in TurkishAşk
26love in Javanesetresna
27love in Thaiความรัก, or Khwām rạk
28love in Polishmiłość
29love in Ukrainianлюбов, or lyubov
30love in Persianعشق

To express the emotion of love, affection, etc., people also search for translation of I love you in different languages by using the online resources. Different search trends, show that people really like to know about what ‘I love you’ is called in different Indian languages and foreign languages as well. Thus, they keep using the online resources and translation tools to get their answers. However, they seldom fail to realize that there exists a huge difference between human translation and machine translation.

Before going deep into this, first of all, let’s see what I love you is called in different popular languages and how is it written in different languages –

S.No.LanguageTranslation
1i love you in FrenchJe t’aime
2i love you in SpanishTe amo
3i love you in GermanIch liebe Dich
4i love you in Mandarin Chinese我爱你 (Wo ai ni)
5i love you in Japanese愛してる (Aishiteru)
6i love you in Korean사랑해 (Saranghae)
7i love you in Arabicٲنَا بحِبَّك (Ana bahebak)
8i love you in  Hindiमैं तुमसे प्यार करता हुँ (Main tumse pyar karta hoon)
9i love you in GreekΣ΄αγαπώ (Se agapo)
10i love you in Italian Te amo
11i love you in RussianЯ тебя люблю (Ya tebya liubliu)
12i love you in Hebrew“ani ohev otach” (said by male) “ohevet Otach” (said by female)
13i love you in CheyenneNemehotatse
14i love you in Tagalog Mahal kita
15i love you in Inuktitutᓇᒡᓕᒋᕙᒋᑦ (Nagligivaget)

These are the most popular languages, which are generally searched by people to find the meaning of I love you in different languages. This is based on how the native communicators (including the second language speakers and third language speakers) speak ‘I love you’ in their languages.

Here are the translations of “I love you” in other different languages mentioned below:

S.NoLanguageTranslation
1i love you in AfrikaansEk het jou lief
2i love you in AlbanianTe dua
3i love you in ArmenianYes kez sirumem
4i love you in BambaraM’bi fe
5i love you in BengaliAmi tomake bhalobashi
6i love you in BelarusianYa tabe kahayu
7i love you in BisayaNahigugma ako kanimo
8i love you in BulgarianObicham te
9i love you in CambodianSoro lahn nhee ah
10i love you in CatalanT’estimo
11i love you in CherokeeTsi ge yu i
12i love you in ChichewaNdimakukonda
13i love you in CantoneseNgo oiy ney a
14i love you in ComancheU kamakutu nu
15i love you in CorsicanTi tengu caru
16i love you in CreeKisakihitin
17i love you in CreoleMi aime jou
18i love you in CroatianVolim te
19i love you in CzechMiluji te
20i love you in DanishJeg Elsker Dig
21i love you in DutchIk hou van jou
22i love you in ElvishAmin mela lle
23i love you in EsperantoMi amas vin
24i love you in EstonianMa armastan sind
25i love you in EthiopianAfgreki’
26i love you in FaroeseEg elski teg
27i love you in FarsiDoset daram
28i love you in FilipinoMahal kita
29i love you in FinnishMina rakastan sinua
30i love you in FrisianIk hald fan dy
31i love you in GaelicTa gra agam ort
32i love you in GeorgianMikvarhar
33i love you in GujaratiHoo thunay prem karoo choo
34i love you in HiligaynonPalangga ko ikaw
35i love you in HawaiianAloha Au Ia`oe
36i love you in HmongKuv hlub koj
37i love you in HopiNu’ umi unangwa’ta
38i love you in HungarianSzeretlek
39i love you in IcelandicEg elska tig
40i love you in IlonggoPalangga ko ikaw
41i love you in IndonesianSaya cinta padamu
42i love you in InuitNegligevapse
43i love you in IrishTaim i’ ngra leat
44i love you in KannadaNaanu ninna preetisuttene
45i love you in KapampanganKaluguran daka
46i love you in Kiswahili Nakupenda
47i love you in KonkaniTu magel moga cho
48i love you in LatinTe amo
49i love you in LatvianEs tevi miilu
50i love you in LebaneseBahibak
51i love you in LithuanianTave myliu
52i love you in LuxembourgeoisEch hun dech gaer
53i love you in MacedonianTe Sakam
54i love you in MalaySaya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu
55i love you in MalayalamNjan Ninne Premikunnu
56i love you in MalteseInhobbok
57i love you in MarathiMe tula prem karto
58i love you in MohawkKanbhik
59i love you in MoroccanAna moajaba bik
60i love you in NahuatlNi mits neki
61i love you in NavahoAyor anosh’ni
62i love you in NdebeleNiyakutanda
63i love you in  BokmaalJeg elsker deg
64i love you in NyonrskEg elskar deg
65i love you in PandacanSyota na kita!!
66i love you in PangasinanInaru Taka
67i love you in PapiamentoMi ta stimabo
68i love you in PersianDoo-set daaram
69i love you in Pig LatinIay ovlay ouyay
70i love you in PolishKocham Ciebie
71i love you in PortugueseEu te amo
72i love you in RomanianTe iubesc
73i love you in Scot GaelicTha gra\dh agam ort
74i love you in SerbianVolim te
75i love you in SetswanaKe a go rata
76i love you in Sign Language„,/ (represents position of fingers when signing ‘I Love You’)
77i love you in SindhiMaa tokhe pyar kendo ahyan
78i love you in SiouxTechihhila
79i love you in SlovakLu`bim ta
80i love you in SlovenianLjubim te
81i love you in SwahiliNinapenda wewe
82i love you in SwedishJag alskar dig
83i love you in Swiss-GermanIch lieb Di
84i love you in SurinamMi lobi joe
85i love you in TaiwaneseWa ga ei li
86i love you in TahitianUa Here Vau Ia Oe
87i love you in TamilNan unnai kathalikaraen
88i love you in TeluguNenu ninnu premistunnanu
89i love you in ThaiPhom rak khun
90i love you in Tunisian Ha eh bak
91i love you in TurkishSeni Seviyorum
92i love you in UkrainianYa tebe kahayu
93i love you in Urdumai aap say pyaar karta hoo
94i love you in VietnameseAnh ye^u em
95i love you in Welsh‘Rwy’n dy garu di
96i love you in YiddishIkh hob dikh
97i love you in YorubaMo ni fe
98i love you in Zazi Ezhele hezdege
99i love you in ZuniTom ho’ ichema

If you observe it correctly, you may find that the word “prēma” is used to refer to love in Marathi, Oriya, Telugu and Gujarati languages in India. But, they are written differently in different languages. This is something which humans can understand, but the auto-translation tools cannot. So, it clearly implies that human translation is more effective and has an upper hand over automatic translation.

The Problem with Auto Translation

The online resources and translation tools that you use generally have a problem of understanding the semantics, i.e. the meaning and gist of the context. The machine or application finds it very difficult to use a specific phrase or term into someone’s point of view or proper perspective.

Cultural sensitivity is also one of the major problems found with machine translation. Different words have different meanings in different languages. A human translator can very well understand this fact; But, not a machine. The word selection is often poor with machines. For instance, a Spanish native may speak te amo instead of te quiero to say ‘I love you’ or express his/ her love. This is because the former has a deeper meaning and is the actual appropriate word.

Another issue that you may find is with the word order. Use of translation software is inapt in many cases and languages, where the pair of adjective-noun is changed and switched to noun-adjective. The software will make you lost in translation.

So, if you ever want to know what something turns out to be in different languages, you must definitely oft for a human hand. Love is beautiful and to know more about what ‘I love you’ is called in global languages, you should try to take the help of translators, language learners or some books. They are much better than what you call as the online translation tools.

With the help of language professionals, you can even share your festive greetings with your beloveds and spread the love. For instance, you can learn how to speak Merry Christmas in top languages spoken across the universe. This will not just pay warm regards to your family, friends and colleagues, but also make sure that no language barrier restricts you from passing your love-filled messages to the near and dear ones. So, keep translating love and make good memories!!

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