Say I Love You In 25 Different Languages

Languages are the best way to express the way you feel about your better half, especially when it is that three letter word you have been longing to say. Of course, ‘I Love you’ works the best, however, ever thought you could spice things up by asking them to yours in not one but twenty-five different languages. Well, as mind-boggling as it may sound, it will be a tongue-twisting surprise they would love to google the answer for.

Say I Love You In 25 Different Languages


  Scroll down and say I love you in the famous languages around the world and keep going international in love!

1. In the most spoken language in the world: Chinese

Pick the chopsticks and delve into the most spoken delicacy of the world. Chinese dishes and proverbs have already made their way into our cuisine of love and there can be no denying that saying I love you would need no special rice bowl but a simple expression ‘Wǒ ài nǐ’ which can be easily replied with ‘Wǒ yě ài nǐ’  

In the most spoken language in the world: Chinese

2. In the Do The Tango Language: Spanish

Straight from the world of Enrique to the Posner’s pill in Ibiza, Spanish love has made everyone go gaga in love. The beaches and everything beautiful, saying ‘Te amo’ is one of the great things you would do today which would be simply amazing if replied with ‘yo también te amo’

 In the Do The Tango Language: Spanish

3. In the Mother Tongue of Indians: Hindi

Right from the land of Yoga, ask them to reciprocate your love in the most desi language of the world. Conveyed as ‘Main tumse pyaar karta hu’, this can soften the heart of your beloved and melt it in a cultural manner.

In the Mother Tongue of Indians: Hindi

4. In the Language of Ahlul-Jannah: Arabic

Spring your love in the language of paradise and warm their heart in the sweetest manner possible. Full of soft undertones ‘Ana bahebak’ replicates I Love You soulfully.

In the Language of Ahlul-Jannah: Arabic

5. In the Language of Piri Piri: Portuguese  

From the land of Cristiano Ronaldo and piri piri chicken, discover the beauty of love in a wondrous Portuguese way. Simply whisper ‘Eu te amo’ in their ear and watch them sparkle in love right away.  

 In the Language of Piri Piri: Portuguese

6. In the Language of Love: French

For the romance-seekers, this language is a constant fascination and continues to bring forth the picture-perfect kiss under the Eiffel tower. Convey your love from the country of pure love and delicious cheese with ‘Je t’aime’

 In the Language of Love: French

7. In the language of Beauty: German  

Indulge into the fairy tale love near the Berlin wall or climb the Neuschwanstein Castle nothing can beat the German essence better than ‘Ich liebe dich’ said with a bouquet of roses.

 In the language of Beauty: German

8. In the language of Troy: Greek

Spread the blazing passion of Zeus and Hira and take them on a ride to the story of Troy with ‘Se agapó’

 In the language of Troy: Greek

9. In the language of Absolutes: Russian

‘Ya tebya liubliu’ is enough when it comes to Russian. From the land of Vodka, this can get your beloved drunk in your love right away.

 In the language of Absolutes: Russian

10. In the language of manga: Japanese

Host a Karaoke night or binge watch anime series, saying ’Aishiteru’ is equivalent to saying I love you Japanesiously.

In the language of manga: Japanese

11. In the Language of God: Hebrew

After what is love without making mistakes? Right. Say ’Ani ohev otakh’ and celebrate the beginning of your love story just like Adam and Eve.  

In the Language of God: Hebrew

12. In the language of fantasy world: Icelandic

Northern lights of Iceland have been a fascination point among romance seekers so have been their waterfalls and glaciers. Grab a rose and softly whisper ‘Ég elska þig’ and the dream would come true in no time.    

 In the language of fantasy world: Icelandic

13. In the language of Shakespeare: Romanian

Who could better explain love better than Shakespeare? ‘Te iubesc’ would be enough if you are wishing to seek the Romeo or the Juliet of your life.  

 In the language of Shakespeare: Romanian

14. In the language of fondness: Irish 

Straight from the land of spirits and beers, the Irish language spreads purity with its every letter and if you are planning to go Irish, ‘T aim i' ngra leat’ would be enough... The reply? ‘Tá mé i ngrá leat freisin’ would be enough :)  

 In the language of fondness: Irish

15. In the language of devotion: Turkey

Next comes the land of great birds similar to our lovebirds who are greatly wishing to fly away all the way to Loveland. For such free ones, ’Seni seviyorum’ would be enough which can be replied with 'ben de seni seviyorum!'  

 In the language of devotion: Turkey

16. In the language of Vampire: Serbian

A land of vampires, Serbia has its very own Edwards and Bellas! Celebrate your own Twilight love with ’Volim te’ to which volim i ja tebe would be the perfect reply!    

 In the language of Vampire: Serbian

17. In the language of Spice and Ice: Korean   

‘Saranghae’ simple as it sounds, can spread the love as instantly as its easy to make Korean Ramen noodles.    

In the language of Spice and Ice: Korean

18. In the language of Pizza: Italian  

Love in every bite, love in every bit of it, ‘Ti amo’ conveys love in the best Italian fondness!  

In the language of Pizza: Italian

19. In the language of Romance: Dutch  

Scribble ‘Ik hou van jou’ on a piece of paper and become one of the romantic lots that are so irrevocably in love!  

In the language of Romance: Dutch

20. In the sweet language of love: Finnish    

How can Finnish be left behind? To the people who invented the dose of love- chocolate, love will always remember as ‘Mina rakastan sinua!’  

In the sweet language of love: Finnish

21. In the language of the devil: Hungarian     

The Hungarian language conveys the emotional rollercoaster and a love-hate relationship in a worthy manner. Its vocal harmony is best replicated by ’Szeretlek’ that simply spells the magical words wondrously.  

In the language of the devil: Hungarian

22. In the language of paradise: Polish     

Traverse the love books of Poland and perfectly convey your love with ‘Kocham ciebie’ and watch your beloved blush in no time.  

 In the language of paradise: Polish

23. In the language of Music: Swedish   

Apart from making great music, the language is well versed in saying the three words musically. ‘Jag alskar dig’ would be enough if you wish to be the secret lover tonight!  

 In the language of Music: Swedish

24. In the language of Exotic: Thai      

Savor the hearts of your beloved with the exotic hint of another side of the love. For males, it is, ‘Pŏm rák kun’ and for female, it is ‘Chăn rák kun!’  

 In the language of Exotic: Thai

25. In the language of gestures: Sign   

Worth a thousand words of love, saying I love you in the sign language is the best gesture you would do!   

In the language of gestures: Sign

Coupon Partner:- Grabon