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With the month of love arriving, I thought it would be a fun post to share how to say ‘I love you’ in 50 languages. After such great feedback on the last word post, I may keep this as a series.

Saying I love you is obviously one of the most romantic things you can say.

One of the long-term habits I’ve had is sending a message to my family before each flight, letting them know where I am headed and that I love them.

Say 'I Love You' in 50 Languages

So get those three words out and here’s how to say ‘I love you’ in 50 languages around the world.

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Say ‘I Love You’ in 50 Languages


  1. English: I love you
    Pronounced: i-luv-you
  2. French: Je t’aime
    Pronounced: je tem
  3. Welsh: Rwy’n dy garu di
    Pronounced: roo-en-de-gary-dee
  4. German: Ich liebe dich
    Pronounced: isch-leeba-disch
  5. Portuguese: Amo-te
    Pronounced: amo-tay
  6. Scottish (Gaelic): Tha gaol agam ort
    Pronounced: a-gare-lakam-orst
  7. Spanish: Te amo
    Pronounced: tay-amo
  8. Irish (Gaelic): Gráim thú
    Pronounced: gr-ow-am-hoo
  9. Dutch: Ik hou van jou
    Pronounced: ik-how-von-yoo
  10. Greek: S’agapo
    Pronounced: say-aga-po
  11. Hungarian: Szeretlek
    Pronounced: se-ret-lek
  12. Czech: Miluji tě 
    Pronounced: me-loo-see-chay
  13. Italian: Ti amo
    Pronounced: tee-amo
  14. Croatian: Volim te
    Pronounced: vow-leem-tay
  15. Bulgarian: Obicam te
    Pronounced: oh=be-chem tay
  16. Slovak: Ľúbim ťa
    Pronounced: yoo-bim-ta
  17. Maltese: Inhobbok
    Pronounced: yin-in-ho-bak
  18. Slovenian: Ljubim te
    Pronounced: yoo-bim te
  19. Romanian: Te iubesc
    Pronounced: tay-yoo-bay-sk
  20. Albanian: Te dua
    Pronounced: te-do-a
  21. Serbian: Volim te
    Pronounced: volim-te
  22. Hawaiian: Aloha wau ia’oe
    Pronounced: alo-ha-vow-ee-ah-oh-way
  23. Hebrew: Ani ohev otach
    Pronounced: ani-oh-hev-oh-tak
  24. Hindi: Main tumse pyar karta/i hoon
    Pronounced: me-an-say-pe-ar-kara/i-hoon
  25. Afrikaans: Ek het jou lief
    Pronounced: ek-ey-jo-lif
  26. Bengali: Ami tomake bhalobashi
    Pronounced: amee-tomah-kay-balo-ba-she
  27. Brazilian (Portuguese): Eu te amo
    Pronounced: ay-oo-te-amo
  28. Persian: Duset daram
    Pronounced: doo-stat-der-am
  29. Thai: Phom rak khun
    Pronounced: pom-lak koon
  30. Japanese: Aishiteru
    Pronounced: ay-she-tay-ee-roo
  31. Mandarin: Wo ai ni
    Pronounced: wo-i-nee
  32. Vietnamese: Anh Yêu Em
    Pronounced: ah-noo-em
  33. Korean: Sarang hae
    Pronounced: sa-rang-hey
  34. Indonesian: Saya cinta kamu
    Pronounced: saya-shinta-ka-moo
  35. Finnish: Mina rakastan sinua
    Pronounced: me-neh-raka-stan-see-noo-wa
  36. Swedish: Jag älskar dig
    Pronounced: ya-elsker-day
  37. Georgian: Mikvarhar
    Pronounced: meek-var-har
  38. Inuit: Nagligivagit
    Pronounced: na-glee-giv-a-git
  39. Danish: Jeg elsker dig
    Pronounced: yi-ols-ker-dye
  40. Russian: Ya tebe kohayu
    Pronounced: ye-te-bay-koha-yoo
  41. Polish: Kocham cię
    Pronounced: kok-em-chay-oh
  42. Latvian: Es tevi milu
    Pronounced: es-tay-vee-me-loo
  43. Belarusian: Ja ciabe kakhaju
    Pronounced: ya-sta-bia-ka-hi-yoo
  44. Turkish: Seni seviyorum
    Pronounced: say-nyee-say-vee-yor-um
  45. Lithuanian: Aš tave myliu
    Pronounced: as-tay-vee-me-loo
  46. Norwegian: Jeg elsker deg
    Pronounced: ye-elsker-dye
  47. Estonian: Ma armastan sind
    Pronounced: ma-arma-stan-sind
  48. Ukranian: Ya tebya liubliu
    Pronounced: ya-teb-ya-loo-bloo
  49. Icelandic: ég elska þig
    Pronounced: yeg-ee-elska-pig
  50. Catalan: T’estimo
    Pronounced: t-est-ee-mo

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Xx,
Jessica

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