Love

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Love is the desire to share or the act of sharing.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love

Psychological views

In an attempt to explain the commonalities and differences of the many types of love, Robert Sternberg has suggested a view of love involving three elements: intimacy, passion and commitment. Different stages and types of love can be explained as different combinations of the three elements. The combinations are as follows.

   * Liking (Friendship) - intimacy
   * Infatuation (Love at first sight) - passion
   * Empty love (Charity) - commitment
   * Romantic love - passion + intimacy
   * Companionate love - commitment + intimacy
   * Fatuous love (Whirlwind romance) - commitment + passion
   * Consummate love - commitment + passion + intimacy 

"My love, she's like some raven. At my window with a broken wing." - Bob Dylan [1]


I love You in all languages:

I love you

From Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Expression I love you

Translations

   * Afrikaans:
         Ek het jou lief 
         Ek is lief vir jou 
   * Albanian:
         tδ dua 
         tδ dashuroj 
   * Alsacien:
         Ich hoan dich gear 
   * Amharic:
         Afekrishalehou 
   * Andalusian Spanish:
         Te quiero, te amo 
   * Arabic:
         Ana Behibak (to a male) 
         Ana Behibek (to a female) 
         Ib'n hebbak 
         Ana Ba-heb-bak 
         nhebuk 
         Ohiboke (male to female) 
         Ohiboka (female to male) 
         Ohibokoma (male or female to two males or two females) 
         Nohiboke (more than one male or female to female) 
         Nohiboka (male to male or female to male) 
         Nohibokoma (m. to m. or f. to two males or two females) 
         Nohibokom (m. to m. or f. to more than two males) 
         Nohibokon (m. to m. or f. to more than two females) 
         Bahibak (female to male) 
         (not standard) Bahibik (male to female) 
         (not standard) Benhibak (more than one male or female to male) 
         (not standard) Benhibik (male to male or female to female) 
         (not standard) Benhibkom (m. to m. or female to more than one male) 
   * Assamese:
         Moi tomak bhal pau 
   * Basque:
         (formal) Maite zaitut 
   * Batak:
         Holong rohangku di ho 
   * Bavarian:
         I mog di narrisch gern 
   * Bengali:
         Ami tomAy bhAlobAshi 
         Ami tomake bhalobashi 
   * Berber:
         Lakh tirikh 
   * Bicol:
         Namumutan ta ka 
   * Bitruscan:
         Niamati 
   * Bolivian Quechua:
         Qanta munani 
   * Breton:
         Me da gar 
         Me 'gar ac'hanout 
   * Bulgarian:
         Obicham te 
   * Burmese:
         chit pa de 
   * Cambodian:
         Bon sro lanh oon 
         kh_nhaum soro_lahn nhee_ah 
   * Canadian French
         j't'aime (Sh'teme, sounds like this) 
   * Cantonese:
         Moi oiy neya 
         Ngo oi ney 
   * Catalan:
         T'estim (majorca & Sardinia) 
         T'estime (Valencia) 
         T'estimo (Catalonia, Aragon, Andorra & France) 
   * Cebuano:
         Gihigugma ko ikaw 
   * Chickasaw
         chiholloli (first "i" nasalized) 
   * Chinese, simplified:
         我爱你 
   * Chinese, traditional:
         我愛你 
   * Corsican:
         Ti tengu cara (to female) 
         Ti tengu caru (to male) 
   * Croatian:
         LJUBim te 
   * Czech:
         miluji tě 
         miluju tě! (colloquial form) 
   * Danish:
         Jeg elsker dig 
   * Dutch:
         Ik hou van jou 
         Ik ben verliefd op je (=I am in love with you) 
   * Ecuador Quechua:
         canda munani 
   * Ekspreso:
         Mio amen vo 
   * Esperanto:
         Mi amas vin 
   * Estonian:
         Ma armastan sind 
   * Ewondo:
         Ma ding wa 
   * Farsi:
         Tora dust midaram 
         Asheghetam 
         Doostat dAram 
   * Filipino:
         Mahal ka ta 
         Iniibig Kita 
   * Finnish:
         (MinΣ) rakastan sinua 
   * Flemish:
         Ik zie u graag 
   * French:
         Je t'aime 
         Je t'adore 
         Je vous aime (to more than one person, or formally to one person) 
   * Frisian
         Ik hald fan dei 
   * Gaelic:
         Ta gra agam ort 
   * Galician:
         QuΘrote (more common), ßmote (more formal) 
   * German:
         Ich liebe dich 
   * Greek:
         Σ'αγαπώ (S'agapo) 
   * Greek (old):
         (Εγο) φιλω συ ( (Ego) philo su (ego is only needed for emphasis) ) 
         (Εγο) αγαπω συ ( (Ego) agapo su " ) 
   * Greenlandic:
         Asavakit 
   * Guarani:
         Rohayhu 
   * Gujrati:
         Hoon tane pyar karoochhoon 
   * Hausa:
         Ina sonki 
   * Hawaiian:
         Aloha I'a Au Oe 
   * Hebrew:
         Ani ohev otach (male to female) 
         Ani ohev otcha (male to male) 
         Ani ohevet otach (female to female) 
         Ani ohevet otcha (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 
         Mai tumse pyar karta hoo 
   * Hopi:
         Nu' umi unangwa'ta 
   * Hungarian:
         Szeretlek 
         Szeretlek tΘged 
   * Icelandic:
         Eg elska thig 
   * 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 ( " ) 
         Aku suka kamu 
         Aku suka sama kamu 
         Gua suka sama lu (very informal, in Jakarta) 
   * Interlingua:
         Io te ama 
   * Irish:
         Tßim φ ngrß leat 
   * Italian:
         Ti amo (to a lover or spouse) 
         Vi amo (to more than one lover or spouse) 
         Ti voglio bene (to a friend or relative) 
         Vi voglio bene (to more than one friend or relative) 
   * 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 da/desu 
         Watashi wa anata o aishite imasu 
         Watakushi wa anata o ai shimasu 
         Wuki desu (used at 1st time, like for a start, when you are not yet real lovers) 
   * Kannada:
         Naanu Ninnanu Preethisuthene 
         Naanu Ninnanu Mohisuthene 
   * Kiswahili:
         Nakupenda 
   * Klingon:
         qabang 
         qaparHa' (depends where in the galaxy you are) 
   * Korean:
         No-rul sarang hae (man to woman in casual relation) 
         Tangsinul sarang ha yo 
         Tangshin-ul sarang hae-yo 
         Tangsinul Sarang Ha Yo 
         Tangshin-i cho-a-yo (i like you, in a romantic way) 
         Nanun tangshinul sarang hamnida 
         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 (?) 
   * Lao:
         Koi muk jao 
         Khoi huk chau 
   * Latin:
         Te amo 
         Vos amo 
         (old): (Ego) amo te. (ego, for emphasis) 
   * Latino sine Flexione:
         Me ama te 
   * Latvian:
         Es milu tevi (Pronounced "Ess tevy meeloo") 
   * Lebanese:
         Bahibak 
   * Lingala:
         Nalingi yo 
   * Lisbon lingo:
         gramo-te buΘ, chavalinha 
   * Lithuanian:
         TAVE MYLIU (ta-ve mee-lyu) 
   * Lojban:
         mi do prami 
   * Luo:
         Aheri 
   * Macedonian:
         SAKAM TE! 
   * Madrid Spanish lingo:
         me molas, tronca (to female) 
         me molas, tronco (to male) 
   * Malay:
         Saya cintakan mu 
         Saya sayangkan mu 
         Saya sayangkan engkau 
         Saya cintakan awak 
   * Malayalam:
         Njyaan NinnΘ Preetikyunnu 
         Njyaan Ninne' Mohikyunnu 
         Ngan Ninne Snaehikkunnu 
         Saya Cintamu 
         Saya Sayangmu 
         Saya Cinta Kamu 
   * Mandarin
         Wo ai ni (Wo3 ai4 ni3 in tonal notation) 
   * Marathi:
         majhe tuzhyaa var prem aahe 
         me tujhashi prem karto (male to female) 
         me tujhashi prem karte (female to male) 
         Mi tuzya var prem karato 
   * Mohawk:
         Konoronhkwa 
   * Navaho:
         Ayor anosh'ni 
   * Ndebele:
         Niyakutanda 
   * Norwegian:
         Eg elskar deg (Nynorsk) 
         Jeg elsker deg (Bokmaal) (pronounced yai elske dai) 
   * Op:
         Op Lopveop Yopuop 
   * Osetian:
         Aez dae warzyn 
   * Pakistani:
         Mujhe Tumse Muhabbat Hai 
   * Pashto:
         Za tasara mena kawaoma 
         Za tasra mena kawoma 
   * Patois:
         Love ya mon! 
   * Persian:
         Tora dost daram 
   * Pig Latin:
         Ie Ovele Ouye 
   * Polish:
         Kocham cię 
         Kocham ciebie 
         Ja cię kocham 
   * Portuguese:
         Amo-te 
         Eu te amo 
   * Punjabi:
         Mai taunu pyar karda 
         Main Tainu Pyar Karna 
   * Quenya:
         Tye-melßne 
   * Romanian:
         Te iubesc 
         Te ador 
   * Russian:
         Я вa�? люблю 
         Я тeб�? люблю 
         Ya polubeel s'tebya 
         (malincaya): Ya Tibieh Lublue 
   * Scottish Gaelic:
         Tha grαdh agam ort 
   * Serbian:
         ljubim te (I kiss you/love you, 'lj' like 'll' in Latin-American Spanish, one sound, 'ly'ish) 
   * Serbocroatian:
         Volim te 
         Ljubim te 
   * Shona:
         Ndinokuda 
   * Sinhalese:
         Mama oyata adarei 
         Mama Oyata Arderyi 
   * Sioux:
         Techihhila 
   * Slovak:
         Ľ·bim ťa 
   * Slovenian:
         Ljubim te (although "VÜe�? si mi" is usually used meaning "I like you") 
   * Spanish:
         Te quiero 
         Te amo 
         (Cal≤): Te camelo 
   * Swahili:
         Naku penda (followed by the person's name) 
   * Swedish:
         Jag Σlskar dig 
   * Swiss-German:
         Ch'ha di gΣrn 
   * Syrian/Lebanese:
         BHEBBEK (to a female) 
         BHEBBAK (to a male) 
   * Tagalog:
         mahal kita 
   * Tahitian:
         Ua Here Vau Ia Oe 
   * Tamil:
         n^An unnaik kAthalikkiREn (I love you, நான�? உன�?னைக�? காதலிக�?கிறேன�?) 
         n^An unnaik kAthalikkinREn (I am loving you, நான�? உன�?னைக�? காதலிக�?கின�?றேன�?) 
   * Telugu:
         Neenu ninnu pra'mistu'nnanu 
         (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) 
         Phom Rak Khun 
   * Toki Pona:
         mi olin e sina 
   * Tok Pisin:
         mi lavim yu 
   * Tunisian:
         Ha eh bak 
   * Tupinambß:
         Oroa√sub 
   * Turkish:
         seni seviyorum 
         seni seviyurum 
   * Ukrainian:
         ja tebe koKHAju (real true love) 
         ja vas koKHAju 
         ja pokoKHAv tebe 
         ja pokoKHAv vas 
   * Urdu
         Mujhe tumse mohabbat hai 
         Main Tumse Muhabbat Karta Hoon 
   * Vietnamese:
         Em yΩu anh (woman to man) 
         Toi yeu em 
         Anh yΩu em (man to woman) 
   * Volap�?�k:
         l÷fob oli 
   * Vulcan:
         Wani ra yana ro aisha 
   * Welsh:
         'Rwy'n dy garu di 
         Yr wyf i yn dy garu di (chwi) 
   * Yiddish:
         Ich libe dich 
         Ich han dich lib 
         Ikh Hob Dikh Lib 
   * Yugoslavian:
         Ya te volim 
   * Zazi:
         Ezhele hezdege (sp?) 
   * Zulu
         Mena Tanda Wena 
         Ngiyakuthanda! 
         Tom h≤ ichema