We’re still in the season and with Bookings Nigeria, everyday is a day for love 😉
So, we’re going to be teaching you how to say ” I Love You” in some other languages. You might be familiar with some of them already while others might prove a new fun thing to learn.
” Ina sonki/a”
I can not even get over how this language just rolls off the tongue. *sigh* Makes you just wanna go out and throw it at everyone.
” A hurum gi naya”
This is what I assume the prince said to the princess right after he slayed the evil dragon.
” Mo nifee re”
There would be no doubt how in awe of whoever you say this to you are.
” U doom shima”
Just in case you wanna say it to me 😉
Of course my ardent love for Calabar would make me include this here
” Me dor wo”
Did you know?
Twi is spoken mostly by people from Ghana.
Native to the South Africa, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique and Swaziland.
Swahili is spoken in Kenya, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia, Mozambique, Malawi, Rwanda and Burundi, Somalia, and the Comoro Islands.
“Ek het jou lief”
Pronounced egg-hai-t-yo-leaf . Spoken by people native to South Africa and Namibia.
” Te amo”
“Wo ai ni”
Alphabets contain accents
” Ich liebe dich”
“Main tumse pyar kartha(ee) hoon”
This one is a bit of a tongue twister but we’ll do it for the love either way.
There are a ton of other languages and trying to fit em all in one post would be endless. So if you know how to say “I love you ” in another language not mentioned here please comment below and let us know where it’s from and learn more.
Love more💞. Live more👣💼. See more🌍🌏🌎. .
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