How to say "I LOVE YOU" ?
February 2, 2009 8:18am CST
Just eaget to learn this word in as many languages as possible :) Let me know the language name and the translation of this word. So, to start with, in Tamil (one of the languages in India) we say "Naan Unnai Kaadhalikkirane" Now, its your turn.... Tell me and teach me your language :)
2 Feb 09
In the Philippines, this is how we say I love you (this is the Tagalog way of saying this): "Mahal kita." But we have several dialects in the Philippines (I only know two other than Tagalog). In Hiligaynon, we say I love you by saying: "Ginahigugma ko ikaw." In Akeanon, it's "Palangga nakon ikaw."
2 Feb 09
I'm not fluent and proficient in national language here, because I am an expatriate in Malaysia. But, from what I'd learned its translation goes this way of saying I LOVE YOU = AKU CINTA PADA MU. Here, once said that words it is a serious saying to the meaning and cannot just simply say that words. Aku = I Cinta = Love Mu = You "Mu" is actually a third party possessive type of adjective, it also could be; awak & kamu. But, in this case "Mu" is a perfect word in a sentence of "Aku Cinta Pada Mu". While "Pada" in translation means; to and for. An additional word to converse in polite manner, as to make firm meaning in the conveying message from one party to another. So, the word "Pada" is a must added word for and in this sentence.
2 Feb 09
hi. I am from Belarus and my native language is Belarussian ,and i speak russian as a native language also , in both russian and belarussian we say " Ya Tebya Loublou" which means I Love You . Ya = I Loublou = Love Tebya = you (as an object) i know also french language , it is said in French : " je t'aime " and in German language it is said : " ayish libidish "