Different languages of LOVE
February 27, 2009 6:20pm CST
I've been gathering different languages ever since in my childhood days. Until now, what I have learned from other people on how they said the word "I LOVE YOU" is really unique. In our home town, "I LOVE YOU" means "Gi Hi Gugma Ko Ikaw"... Funny isn't it? But let's hear from other people with their own vernacular words on how they said I love you. Any participation is highly appreciated and I'll give credit on that. Thanks! Happy MyLotting Guys!!!
28 Feb 09
hi snilamupurco_julie :) we're on the same country since i think that one of the terms/dialect in the Philippines. The Filipino term for " I LOVE YOU" is "MAHAL KITA". i know some languages for "I LOVE YOU" (for those citizen of this country correct me if am wrong i just got it from my hubby and french/spanish friend and some research where i found them right LOL ;) ) Manadarin Chinese- Wo Ei Ni French- Je t'aime Spanish- Te Amo thanks!:) happy myLotting!;) Godabless!0=)