No matter where you go or what you do, you live your entire life within the confines of your head.

I LoveYou

Importance of “I Love You”

There is only eight letters, three small words, but maybe, just maybe, these are the most important three words in the entire english language. So why is it that we as humans do find it so hard to say them, and in a lot of cases, find it even harder to actually mean them. The other thing I find with these three words is why is it that in copious cases, when I have said them, the person I have said them to, just dismisses them as if they mean almost nothing.

Listed below is “I Love You” in a whole range of other languages, maybe if I said Je t'aime, rather than I love you, it might have a greater impact. Although I also think the Javanese way, “Kulo tresno marang panjenengan” might be even more fun, maybe it would at least get a laugh.

Imagine a word whereby we did really just love everyone. Where hate was an emotion that just no longer existed. Imagine if humans could no longer hate, if we were stripped of that emotion and from that point on all we could feel is love for each other. Now I know that is never going to happen, and if anything the world is more likely to go the opposite direction, but every now and then it is nice, it is a good thing, to just sit back and wish for something really special to happen. So “Volim Te” to you all, go on, pick one and pass it on, pick one and say it to someone you know.  

 

 

Language

Translation

Afrikaans

Ek is lief vir jou

Albanian

te dua

Arabic

Ana Ahebak / Ana Bahibak

Armenian

yes kez shat em siroom

Assyr

Az tha hijthmekem

Australian

'ave a beer :-)

Bahasa Malayu (Malaysia)

Saya cinta mu

Bavarian

I mog di

Bisaya

Nahigugma ko nimo

Bosnian

Ja te volim (formally) or volim-te

Bulgarian

Obicham te

Cantonese

Ngo Oi Nei

Chinese

gnoy oy na
Goi Oi Lei (Hongkong)
Wa Ai Li (Taiwan)

Danish

Jeg elsker dig

Dutch

Ik hou van jou

English

I love you

Esperanto

Mi amas vim

Estonian

Ma armastan sind / Mina armastan sind (formal)

Finnish

Minä rakastan sinua

French

Je t'aime

Gaelic

Tá mé i ngrá leat

German

Ich liebe Dich

Greek

S'agapw

Hawaiian

Aloha wau ia 'oe

Hebrew

Ani ohevet ota

Hindi

Main tumsey pyaar karta hoon / Maine Pyar Kiya

Hmong

Kuv Hlub Koj

Hungarian

Szeretlek

Icelandic

Eg elska thig

Indonesian

Saya cinta padamu

Italian

ti amo

Japanese

Anata wa, dai suki desu

Javanese

Kulo tresno marang panjenengan (formal)
aku terno kowe (informal)

Kapangpangan

Kaluguran daka.

Korean

SA LANG HAE / Na No Sa Lan Hei

Kurdish

Khoshtm Auyt

Laos

Chanrackkun

Latin

Ego te amo

Latvian

Es mîlu Tevi

Lithuanian

As Myliu Tave

Macedonian

Te sakam

Malay

Saya cintakan mu / Saya cinta mu

Malteese

Inhobbok hafna

Mandarin

Wo Ai Ni

Norwegian

Jeg elsker deg

Persian

Tora Doost Darem

Pig Latin

I-yea Ove-lea Ou-yea

Polish

Kocham Cie

Portuguese

Eu te amo (Brazilian)
Eu amo-te (continental)

Punjabi

me tumse pyar ker ta hu'

Romanian

Te iubesc

Russian

Ya tebya liubliu

Serbo-Croatian

Volim te

Sign language

Spread hand out so no fingers are touching. Bring in middle & ring fingers and touch then to the palm of your hand.

Slovenian

ljubim te

Spanish

Te quiero / te amo / yo amor tu

Swahili

Naku penda

Swedish

Jag älskar dig

Swiss German

Ch-ha di gärn

Tagalog

Mahal Kita / Iniibig kita

Tamil

Naan Unnai Khadalikkeren

Telugu

Nenu Ninnu Premisthunnanu

Thai

Khao Raak Thoe / chun raak ter

Turkish

seni seviyorum

Ukranian

Yalleh blutebeh / ya tebe kohayu

Urdu

Mea tum se pyaar karta hu ( when a guy says it)
Mea tum se pyar karti hu (when a gal says it)

Vietnamese

Toi yeu em

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