Cinta dalam berbagai bahasa

Afrikaans               : Ek Is Lief Vir Jou
                        : Ek Het Jou Lief
Albanian                : te dua
                        : te dashuroj
Alentejano(Portugal)    : Gosto de ti, porra!
Alsacien                : Ich hoan dich gear           *)
Amharic                 : Afekrishalehou
Arabic (formal)         : Ooheboki  (male to female)
                        : Ooheboka  (female to male)
                        : Ohiboke   (male to female)
                        : Ohiboki   (male to female)
Arabic                  : Ana Behibak   (to a male)
                        : Ana Behibek   (to a female)
                        : Ahebich  (male to female)
                        : Ahebik   (female to male)
                        : Ana ahebik
                        : Ib’n hebbak
                        : Ana ba-heb-bak
                        : Nhebuk
                        : Ohibokoma    (male or female to two males
                                        or two females)
                        : Nohiboke     (more than one males or females
                                        to female)
                        : Nohiboka     (male to male or female to male)
                        : Nohibokoma   (male to male or female to two
                                        males or two females)
                        : Nohibokom    (male to male or female to more
                                        than two males)
                        : Nohibokon    (male to male or female to more
                                        than two females)
Arabic (not standard)   : Bahibak      (female to male)
                        : Bahibik      (male to female)
                        : Benhibak     (more than one male or female to male)
                        : Benhibik     (male to male or female to female)
                        : Benhibkom    (male to male or female to more
                                        than one male)
Armenian                : Es kez siroum em
                        : Es zes siroum em
                        : Es siroum em kez
                        : Es siroum em zes
Assamese                : Moi tomak bhal pau

Basque                  : Maite zaitut
Batak                   : Holong rohangku di ho
Bavarian                : I mog di narrisch gern
Belorussian             : Ya kahayu tabe
Bengali                 : Aami tomaake bhaalo baashi
                        : Ami tomay bhalobashi
                        : Ami tomake bahlobashi
Berber                  : Lakh tirikh
Bicol                   : Namumutan ta ka
Bolivian Quechua        : Qanta munani
Brazilian               : see Portuguese
                        : Amo te
Bulgarian               : Obicham te
                        : As te obeicham
                        : As te obicham
Burmese                 : Chit pa de

Cambodian               : Kh_nhaum soro_lahn nhee_ah
                        : Bon sro lanh oon
Canadian French         : Sh’teme  (spoken, sounds like this)
                        : Je t’aime   (“I like you”)
                        : Je t’adore  (“I love you”)
Catalan                 : T’estim   (Mallorcan)
                        : T’estime  (Valencian)
                        : T’estimo  (Catalonian)
                        : T’estim molt (“I love you a lot”)
Cebuano                 : Gihigugma ko ikaw
Chamoru (or Chamorro)   : Hu guaiya hao
Chichewa                : Ndimakukonda
Chickasaw               : Chiholloli (first ‘i’ nasalized)
Chinese                 : Wo Ai Ni      (Manderin)
                        : Wuo Ai Nee      ( ” )
                        : Moi Oiy Neya  (Cantonese)
                        : Ngo Oi Lei      ( ” )
Croatian                : ljubim te
Czech                   : Miluji Te
                        : MILUJU TE! (colloquial form)

Danish                  : Jeg elsker dig
Dutch                   : Ik Hou Van Jou

Ecuador Quechua         : canda munani
English                 : I love you
                        : I adore you
Estonian                : Mina Armastan Sind
Esperanto               : Mi amas sin

Farsi                   : Tora Dust Midaram
                        : Asheghetam
Farsi (Persian)         : Doostat Daram
Filipino                : Mahal Kita
                        : Iniibig ako
Finnish                 : Minä Rakastan Sinua
Flemish                 : Ik Zie Oe Geerne
French                  : Je T’aime
Friesian                : Ik Hou Fan Dei (sp?)

Gaelic                  : Ta Gra Agam Ort
German                  : Ich liebe Dich
Greek                   : s’ayapo  (spoken s’agapo, 3rd letter is lower
                                      case ‘gamma’)
Greek  (old)            : (Ego) Philo Su    (ego, for emphasis)
Greenlandic             : Asavakit
Gujrati                 : Hoon Tane Pyar Karoochhoon.

Hausa                   : Ina Sonki
Hawaiian                : Aloha I’a Au Oe
Hebrew                  : Anee Oheivet Otkha  (female to male)
                        : Anee Oheiv Otakh    (male to female)
                        : Ani Ohev Otakh      (male to female)
                        : Ani Ohevet Otkha    (female to male)
Hindi                   : Mai tumase pyar karata hun  (male to female)
                        : Mai tumase pyar karati hun  (female to male)
                        : Main Tumse Prem Karta Hoon
                        : Mai Tumhe Pyar Karta Hoon
                        : Main Tumse Pyar Karta Hoon.
                        : Mai Tumse Peyar Karta Hnu.
Hokkien                 : Wa Ai Lu
Hopi                    : Nu’ Umi Unangwa’ta
Hungarian               : Szeretlek Te’ged
                        : Szeretlek

Icelandic               : Eg elska thig
Indi                    : Mai Tujhe Pyaar Kartha Hoo
Indonesian              : Saya Cinta Padamu    (Saya, commonly used)
                        : Saya Cinta Kamu            ( ” )
                        : Saya Kasih Saudari         ( ” )
                        : Aku Tjinta Padamu    (Aku, not often used)
                        : Aku Cinta Padamu            ( ” )
                        : Aku Cinta Kamu              ( ” )
Italian                 : Ti Amo
                        : Ti voglio
Iranian                 : Mahn doostaht doh-rahm
Irish                   : taim i’ ngra leat

Japanese                : Kimi o ai shiteru
                        : Aishiteru
                        : Chuu shiteyo
                        : Ora omee no koto ga suki da
                        : Ore wa omae ga suki da
                        : Suitonnen
                        : Sukiyanen
                        : Sukiyo
                        : Watashi Wa Anata Ga Suki Desu
                        : Watashi Wa Anata Wo Aishithe Imasu
Javanese                : Kulo tresno

Kiswahili               : Nakupenda
Klingon                 : Qabang
                        : QaparHa’ (depends from where you are
                                    in the galaxy)
Korean                  : Tangsinul Sarang Ha Yo
                        : Nanun Dangsineul Mucheog Joahapnida
                        : Nanun Dangsineul Saranghapnida
                        : Nanun Gdaega Joa
                        : Nanun Gdaereul Saranghapnida
                        : Nanun Neoreul Saranghanda
                        : Gdaereul Hjanghan Naemaeum Alji
                        : Joahaeyo
                        : Saranghae
                        : Saranghaeyo
                        : Saranghapanida
Kurdish                 : Ez Te Hezdikhem

Latin                   : Te Amo
                        : Vos Amo
Latin  (old)            : (Ego) Amo Te   (ego, for emphasis)
Lao                     : Khoi Huk Chau
Latvian                 : Es milu tevi
                          Es tevi milu
Lebanese                : Bahibak
Lingala                 : Nalingi Yo
Lithuanian              : TAVE MYLIU ( Ta-ve Mee-lyu )
Lojban                  : mi do prami
Luo                     : Aheri

Madrid Lingo            : Me Molas, Tronca
Maiese                  : Wa Wa
Malay                   : Saya cintamu
                        : Saya sayangmu
                        : Sayah Chantikan Awah
                        : Aku Sayang Enkow
Malayalam               : Ngan Ninne Snaehikkunnu
Malaysian               : Saya Cintamu
                        : Saya Sayangmu
                        : Saya Cinta Kamu
Marathi                 : Mi tuzya var prem karato
Mohawk                  : Konoronhkwa

Navaho                  : Ayor Anosh’ni
Ndebele                 : Niyakutanda
Norwegian               : Jeg elsker deg   (Bokmaal)
                        : Eg elskar deg    (Nynorsk)
                        : Ek ann thér      (Old Norse)
                        : Ej elska dej     (Sunnmørsk)
                        : Æ ælskår dæ      (Sørlandsk)
                        : Æ ælske dæ       (Trøndersk)
                        : E’ elska de’     (Ålesundsk)

Op                      : Op Lopveop Yopuop
Osetian                 : Aez Dae Warzyn

Pakistani               : Mujhe Tumse Muhabbat Hai
Persian                 : Tora Dost Daram
Pig Latin               : Ie Ovele Ouye
Pilipino                : see Filipino
Polish                  : Kocham Cie
                        : Yacha kocham
                        : Kocham Ciebie
Portuguese              : Eu Te Amo (pronounced ‘eiu chee amu’)
                        : Eu Te Adoro
                        : Amo Te
Proto Germanic          : Eka thez ann
Punjabi                 : Main Tainu Pyar Karna

Romanian                : Te Iu Besc
                        : Te Iubesc
                        : Te Ador
Russian                 : Ya Vas Lyublyu
                        : Y’a Liou-bliou Tibya
                        : Ya Vac Loobyoo
                        : Ya Tebya Loobyoo
                        : Ya L’ubl’u T’ebya
                        : Ju Ljublju Tebja!
                        : LJUBLJU TEBJA!
                        : Ya Lyublyu Tebya
                        : Ya Polubeel S’tebya.
                        : Ya Tebya Ljublju
Russian (malincaya)     : Ya Tibieh Lublue.

Scot Gaelic             : Tha Gradh Agam Ort
Serbian                 : ljubim te   (I kiss you/love you,
                                       ‘lj’ pronounced like ‘ll’ in
                                       Spanish, one sound, ‘ly’ish)
Serbocroatian           : Volim te
                        : Ljubim te
Shona                   : Ndinokuda
Sioux                   : Techihhila
Sinhalese               : Mama Oyaata Aadareyi
Slovak                  : Lubim Ta
Slovene                 : Ljubim Te
Spanish                 : Te Amo
                        : Te Quiero
Srilankan               : Mama Oyata Arderyi
Swahili                 : Nakupenda
Swedish                 : Jag Älskar Dig
Swiss-German            : Ch’ha Di Gärn
Syrian/Lebanese         : BHEBBEK (to a female)
                        : BHEBBAK (to a male)

Tagalog                 : see filipino
Tahitian                : Ua Here Vau Ia Oe
Taiwanese               : Wa Ai Li
Tamil                   : Naan Unnai Kadalikiren
Tcheque                 : MILUJI TÊ
Telugu                  : Ninnu Premistunnanu.
Telugu/India            : Nenu Ninnu Premistunnanu
Thai                    : Phom Rak Khun   (formal, male to female)
                        : Ch’an Rak Khun  (formal, female to male)
                        : Khao Raak Thoe  (affectionate, sweet, loving)
Tibetan                 : Nga Rang Lha Ga Bu Du
Tunisian                : Ha Eh Bak
Turkish                 : Ben Seni Seviyurum
                        : Ben Seni Seviyorum

Ukrainian               : Ya tebe kokhayu
Urdu                    : Main Tumse Muhabbat Karta Hoon

Vietnamese              : Anh Yêu Em   (male to female)
                        : Em Yêu Anh   (female to male)
                        : Toi Yeu Em
Vlaams                  : Ik zien oe gijre
                        : Ik hue van ye

Welsh                   : Fi cariad ti

Yiddish                 : Ikh Hob Dikh Lib
                        : Ich Libe Dich
                        : Ich Han Dich Lib
Yugoslavian             : Ya Te Volim

Zazi                    : Ezhele Hezdege
Zulu                    : Mena Tanda Wena
Zuni                    : Tom Ho’ Ichema

Alsacien        -> German, and not a French dialect! Alsacia is a German area which was
                   overtaken by France. –Bernd Bulir
Assamese        -> language spoken in the state of Assam, India
Batak           -> North Sumatra province of Indonesia
Bengali         -> language spoken in the state of West Bengal, India
Bicol           -> Philippine Dialect
Gujrati         -> language spoken in the state of Gujrat, India
Hindi           -> language spoken in the nothern states of India
Klingon         -> Spoken in Star Trek
Luo             -> Kenya
Malayalam       -> language spoken in the state of Kerala, India
Marathi         -> language spoken in the state of Maharastra, India
Ndebele         -> Zimbabwe
Shona           -> Zimbabwe
Tamil           -> language spoken in the state of Tamil Nadu, India
Vlaams          -> Belgian Dutch
Zazi            -> Kurdic Dialect
 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: