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Say “I Love You” to Your Love in Different Languages

The earth is largest planet in our solar system where human being lives. Many individuals live on this planet from all different races, religions, nationalities and philosophies. Yes I Love You is sufficient word to tell your love about your love feelings but sometime it is very important to purpose romantically and saying I Love You in different languages How to propose romanticallyHere in zankyou we are helping you by showing reflection of the multicultural with a large number of countries cohabitation (up to 22!) And enjoy learning from each other. I must say 25 things you should do with your partner at least once in life

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1. EnglishI love you
2. AfrikaansEk het jou lief
3. AlbanianTe dua
4. ArabicAna behibak (to male)
5. ArabicAna behibek (to female)
6. ArmenianYes kez sirumem
7. BambaraM’bi fe
8. BengaliAmi tomake bhalobashi (pronounced: Amee toe-ma-kee bhalo-bashee)
9. BelarusianYa tabe kahayu
10. BisayaNahigugma ako kanimo
11. BulgarianObicham te
12. CambodianSoro lahn nhee ah
13. CatalanT’estimo
14. CherokeeTsi ge yu i
15. CheyenneNe mohotatse
16. ChichewaNdimakukonda
17. Chinese - 我爱你
18. CantoneseNgo oiy ney a
19. MandarinWo ai ni
20. ComancheU kamakutu nu
21. CorsicanTi tengu caru (to male)
22. CreeKisakihitin
23. CreoleMi aime jou
24. CroatianVolim te
25. CzechMiluji te
26. DanishJeg Elsker Dig
27. DutchIk hou van jou
28. ElvishAmin mela lle (from The Lord of The Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien)
29. EsperantoMi amas vin
30. EstonianMa armastan sind
31. EthiopianAfgreki’
32. FaroeseEg elski teg
33. FarsiDoset daram
34. FilipinoMahal kita
35. FinnishMina rakastan sinua
36. FrenchJe t’aime, Je t’adore
37. FrisianIk hald fan dy
38. GaelicTa gra agam ort
39. GeorgianMikvarhar
40. GermanIch liebe dich
41. GreekS’agapo
42. GujaratiHoo thunay prem karoo choo
43. HiligaynonPalangga ko ikaw
44. HawaiianAloha Au Ia`oe
45. Hebrew -“ani ohev otach” ( male) “ohevet Otach” (female)
46. Hiligaynon - Guina higugma ko ikaw
47. HindiHum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae
48. HmongKuv hlub koj
49. HopiNu’ umi unangwa’ta
50. HungarianSzeretlek
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51. IcelandicEg elska tig
52. IlonggoPalangga ko ikaw
53. IndonesianSaya cinta padamu
54. InuitNegligevapse
55. IrishTaim i’ ngra leat
56. ItalianTi amo
57. JapaneseAishiteru or Anata ga daisuki desu
58. KannadaNaanu ninna preetisuttene
59. KapampanganKaluguran daka
60. Kiswahili - Nakupenda
61. Konkani - Tu magel moga cho
62. KoreanSarang Heyo or Nanun tangshinul sarang hamnida
63. LatinTe amo
64. LatvianEs tevi miilu
65. LebaneseBahibak
66. Lithuanian - Tave myliu
67. Luxembourgeois - Ech hun dech gaer
68. MacedonianTe Sakam
69. MalaySaya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu
70. MalayalamNjan Ninne Premikunnu
71. MalteseInhobbok
72. MarathiMe tula prem karto
73. Mohawk - Kanbhik
74. MoroccanAna moajaba bik
75. NahuatlNi mits neki
76. NavahoAyor anosh’ni
77. NdebeleNiyakutanda
78. Norwegian – Jeg elsker deg
79. NyonrskEg elskar deg
80. PandacanSyota na kita!!
81. PangasinanInaru Taka
82. PapiamentoMi ta stimabo
83. PersianDoo-set daaram
84. Pig LatinIay ovlay ouyay
85. PolishKocham Ciebie
86. PortugueseEu te amo
87. RomanianTe iubesc
88. RussianYa tebya liubliu
89. Scot GaelicTha gradh agam ort
90. SerbianVolim te
91. Setswana – Ke a go rata
92. Sign Language„,/ (represents position of fingers when signing ‘I Love You’)
93. SindhiMaa tokhe pyar kendo ahyan
94. SiouxTechihhila
95. SlovakLu`bim ta
96. SlovenianLjubim te
97. SpanishTe quiero / Te amo
98. SwahiliNinapenda wewe
99. SwedishJag alskar dig
100. Swiss-GermanIch lieb Di
101. SurinamMi lobi joe
102. TagalogMahal kita
103. TaiwaneseWa ga ei li
104. TahitianUa Here Vau Ia Oe
105. TamilNan unnai kathalikaraen
106. TeluguNenu ninnu premistunnanu
107. ThaiPhom rak khun
108. TunisianHa eh bak
109. TurkishSeni Seviyorum
110. UkrainianYa tebe kahayu
111. UrduMai aap say pyaar karta hoo
112. VietnameseTo female – Anh ye^u em
113. Welsh‘Rwy’n dy garu di
114. YiddishIkh hob dikh
115. YorubaMo ni fe
116. Zazi - Ezhele hezdege
117. Zuni - Tom ho’ ichema

How many languages you know? Perhaps you know the most famous ways of saying “I love you”, you can go for any one language or you can go for all to make your partner surprised. Also discover the Cute text messages that will make your partners day and Commitments you must take with your partner.

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