How to Say I Love You in a Foreign Language for Kids

Look at the list below to find out how to tell that special person you love them in a foreign language.

 

Arabic:                    Ana Behibak (to a male), Ana Behibek (to a female)
Armenian:              Yes Kez Sirem zk ‘ez (Armenia)
Bavarian:                I mog di narrisch gern (South East Germany)
Bosnian:                  Volim te (Bosnia, Herzegovia)
Bulgarian:               Obicham te (Bulgaria)
Cantonese:              Ngo oi ney a (Hong Kong)
Cherokee:                 Kykeyu (US Native American)
Cheyenne:                 Ne-mehotatse (US Native American)
Creole:                       Mi aime jou (Haiti)
Croatian:                  Volim te (Croatia)
Czech:                        Miluji te (Caech Republic)
Danish:                      Jeg elsker dig (Denmark)
Dutch:                         Ik hou van jou (Netherlands, Aruba, Curacao)
Egyptian:                    Anna bahebek (Egypt)
English:                      I love you (America,United Kingdom, Canada)
Estonian:                   Mina armastan sind (Estonia)
Filipino:                     Mahal Kita (Philippines)
Finnish:                     Min rakastan sinua (Finland)
French:                    Je t’aime (France, Canada, Haiti, Morocco, Guinea, Chad, Republic of Congo, Central African Republic)
German:                   Ich liebe dich I(Germany, Austria, Belgium, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Switzerland)
Greek:                        S’agapo (Greece)
Hawaiian:               Aloha wau ia oe (Hawaii)
Hebrew:                   Ani ohevet otcha (to a male), Ani ohev otach (to a female) (Israel)
Hindu:                       Mein Tumse Pyar Karta Hoon (India)
Hungarian:             Szeretiek te’ged (Hungary)
Indonesian:             Saya cinta padamu (Indonesia)
Irish:                          Taim i’ ngra leat (Ireland)
Islandic:                     Eg elska thig (Iceland)
Italian:                       Ti amo (Italy)
Japanese:                   Aishiteru (Japan)
Korean:                        Sarang Heyo (Korea)
Lao:                               Khoi huk chau (Laos)
Latin:                             Ego te amo (Ancient Language)
Lithuanian:                  As tave myliu (Lithuania)
Mandarin:                    Wo ai ni (China)
Moroccan:                       Ana moajaba bik (Morocco)
Norwegian:                   Jeg elsker deg (Norway)
Pakistani:                      Muje se mu habbat hai (Pakistan)
Persian:                          Tora doest daram (Afghanistan, Iran)
Polish:                             Kocham cie (Poland)
Portuguese:                    Eu te amo (Brazil)
Portuguese:                       Eu amo-te (Portugal)
Romanian:                          Te iubesc (Romania)
Russian:                               Ya tebya lyublu (Russia)
Scottish:                                Sdnbyuh Ayeama (Scotland)
Serbian:                                Volim te (Serbia)
Spanish:                               Te Amo (Mexico, Spain, Central/South America, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic)
Swahili:                                Mimi Nakupenda (Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda)
Swedish:                            Jag alskar dig (Sweden)
Syrian:                                Bhebbak (to a male), Bhebbek (to a female) (Lebanon)
Tahitian:                           Ua Here Vau La Oe (Tahiti)
Thai:                                    Pom rak khun (Thailand)
Tibetan:                               Khyod-la cags-so (Tibet, India, Nepal)
Turkish:                               Ha eh bak (Turkey)
Ukrainian:                          Ya vas lublu (Ukraine)
Welsh:                                  Rwy’n dy garu di (Wales)
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