How do you say I MISS YOU! in you language/dialect?

August 30, 2009 11:01am CST
My husband is working overseas. Even though we talk every night, I miss him every single day. We just normally say i miss you or Nahidlaw na ko sa imo from our dialect which is Ilonggo/bisaya. I just wonder how you say it in your language!
5 responses
• India
31 Aug 09
In Hindi you will say : Tumhari bahut yaad aa rahi hai keep telling him it will be a big support for him who is away from the house .
• Indonesia
31 Aug 09
im indonesia when we miss someone we usually says kuangeeen nih chayanks... and that's the sweetiest word that i ever heard
@akuler (3534)
• Malaysia
30 Aug 09
Hi sujuwonder, In malay, I Miss You = saya/aku merindui mu I love you = saya/aku mencintai mu
@wmraul (2554)
• Bucharest, Romania
30 Aug 09
In romanian: I miss you = - imi lipsesti (intimate, very close friends, lovers, couples, not to be used if talking to your child, relative, coleague) - mi-e dor de tine (romantic, intimate but also general)
@diamania (7028)
• Netherlands
30 Aug 09
Dutch: I miss you - Ik mis je I love you - Ik hou van je. ( In Flemish its: Ik zie u graag) I feel sorry for you missing your husband.