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How to Say I Love You and I Miss You in Different Foreign Languages

Updated on April 18, 2017
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Lena Kovadlo is a writer for various content sharing websites. She's an author of 9 books and helps other authors publish their books.

I Love You and I Miss You are said by people all over the world in different languages. You can impress that special person in your life by telling them you love them and miss them in a language other than English...Here you can find out how to say I Love You and I Miss You in foreign languages.

How to Say I Love You in Foreign Languages

  • Albanian – The dashuroj
  • Arabic - Ana Behibek (said to female), Ana Behibak (said to male)
  • Armenian - Sirem zk 'ez
  • Belarussian – Ya tabe kahayu
  • Bosnian – Volim the
  • Bulgarian - Obicham the
  • Chinese (Cantonese) - Ngo oi ney
  • Chinese (Mandarin) - Wo ai ni
  • Croatian – Volim the
  • Czech - Miluji the
  • Danish – Jeg elsker dig
  • Dutch - Ik hou van jou
  • Egyptian - Anna bahebek
  • Fijian – Au domoni iko
  • Finnish – Minä rakastan sinua
  • French – Je t'aime
  • Georgian - Me shen mikvarxar
  • German – Ich liebe dich
  • Greek - S' ayapo
  • Haitian Creole – Mi aime jou
  • Hawaiian – Aloha wau ia 'oe
  • Hebrew – Ani ohev at (said man to woman), Ani ohevet atah (said woman to man)
  • Hindi – Hum tumhe pyar karte hae
  • Hungarian - Szeretlek te'ged
  • Icelandic – ég elska þig
  • Indonesian - Saya cinta padamu
  • Irish – Taim i' ngra leat
  • Italian – Ti amo
  • Japanese - Aishiteru
  • Kazakh - Men seny jaksy kuremyn
  • Korean - Tangsinul sarang ha yo
  • Latin - Ego The amo
  • Latvian – Es tev milu
  • Lithuanian - As tave myliu
  • Macedonian - Sakam The
  • Malasyan – Saya cintakan awak
  • Moldovan - eu the iubesc
  • Mongolian - Bi chamd khairtai
  • Norwegian - Jeg elsker deg
  • Polish - Kocham cie
  • Portuguese – Eu amo-te
  • Romanian – The iubesc
  • Russian – Ya tebya lyublu
  • Samoan – O the alofa ya the oe
  • Scottish - Sdnbyuh Ayeama
  • Shanghainese – nguh eh non
  • Spanish – The amo
  • Swahili – Mimi nakupenda
  • Swedish – Jag älskar dig
  • Swiss – Ich lieb Di
  • Taiwanese – Wa ga ei li
  • Turkish – Seni seviyorum
  • Ukrainian - Ja tebe kokhaju
  • Uzbek – Men sizni sevaman
  • Vietnamese - Anh yeu em (said male to female), Em yeu anh (said female to male)

How to Say I Miss You in Foreign Languages

  • Albanian – Me mungon
  • Arabic - Eshatetelak
  • Armenian - Yes karotelem kez
  • Belarussian – Ya pa tabye sumuyu
  • Bosnian – Ja ne uspeti ti
  • Bulgarian - Lipsvash mi
  • Chinese (Cantonese) - Ngo gua zhu lei
  • Chinese (Mandarin) - Wo xiang ni
  • Croatian – Nedostajes mi
  • Czech - Chybis mi
  • Danish – Jeg savner dig
  • Dutch - Ik mis je
  • Egyptian - Wahashteni
  • Finnish – Mina kaipaan sinua
  • French – Tu me manques
  • Georgian – menatrebi
  • German – Ich vermisse dich
  • Greek - Mou leipeis
  • Haitian Creole – mwen manke ou
  • Hawaiian – Ha'o wau ia 'oe
  • Hebrew – Ani Mitga'ahge'ah/at Eleha/ Ela'ih
  • Hindi – Muje tumhari yaadh aa rahi hai
  • Hungarian - Hianyzol
  • Icelandic – Ég sakna þín
  • Indonesian - Aku rindu kamu
  • Irish – Airim uaim thu
  • Italian – Mi manchi
  • Japanese - Anata ga i naku the sabishii desu
  • Kazakh - Men seni sagyndym
  • Korean - Dangsin-ibogo sipseubnida
  • Latin - The desidero
  • Latvian – Man tevis pietrukst
  • Lithuanian - Ilgiuosi taves
  • Macedonian - Mi nedostigas
  • Malasyan – Saya rindu awak
  • Mongolian - Roland gadeyne
  • Norwegian - Jeg savner deg
  • Polish - Tesknie za toba
  • Portuguese – Sinto saudades de voce
  • Romanian – Mi-e dor de tine
  • Russian – Ya po tebe skuchau
  • Samoan – Ua ou misia lava oe
  • Scottish - Tha mi gad ionndrainn
  • Spanish – The echo de menos
  • Swahili – Ninakukosa
  • Swedish – Jag saknar dig
  • Swiss – Ich vermisse dich
  • Taiwanese – Wa ga ei li
  • Turkish – seni ozledim
  • Ukrainian - Ya po tebe skuchayu
  • Uzbek – Man seni sogindim
  • Vietnamese - Toi nho ban

Now that you know how to say I Love You and I Miss You in foreign languages you can impress that special someone in your life by telling them you love them and/or miss them in another language...

Having learned how to say I Love You and I Miss You in other languages it is time to learn how to say Hello and Thank You in different foreign languages. These are very useful when traveling the world.

© 2011 Lena Kovadlo

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      Lena Kovadlo 5 years ago from Staten Island, NY

      You're welcome Ployie.

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      Ployie 5 years ago from Bangkok,Thailand

      Thanks for sharing!! This is really helpful now I know how to say I love and I miss you in many different languages :)

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      Lena Kovadlo 5 years ago from Staten Island, NY

      OutsideTheLines - Thanks for your comment. Have yet to hear a guy tell me he loves me in a foreign language...

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      OutsideTheLines 5 years ago from Tulsa, OK

      Very interesting! I used to do this with my girlfriend =) voted up.

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