In the spirit of the holiday, we’re sharing Valentine’s Day phrases in different languages! Are you in need of a cute way to remind your loved ones how much they mean to you? At the links, you’ll find both printable Valentines and digital Valentines to share with those who mean the most. Additionally, we’re sharing those phrases below so you can use them in real-time, too. Enjoy!
Phrases for Romantic Love
Mo chuisle, mo chroí. This is an Irish phrase meaning “Pulse of my heart,” “Darling,” or “Sweetheart”.
Sei amore della mia vita. This is an Italian phrase meaning, “You are the love of my life.”
Que mes baisers soient les mots d’amour que je ne te dis pas. This is a French phrase meaning, “Let my kisses be the words of love I don’t say”.
Tu amor vale mas que millones de estrellas. This is a Spanish phrase meaning, “Your love is worth more than a million stars”.
Ich liebe dich in allen sprachen der welt. This is a German phrase meaning, “I love you in every language in the world”.
日三 秋 (yí rì sān qiū). This is a Chinese phrase meaning, “one day, three autumns,” implying you love someone so much that every day without them seems to last three years.
Du er min sjæleven. A Danish phrase meaning, “you are my soulmate”.
Você é o amor da minha vida. A Portuguese phrase meaning, “you are the love of my life”.
عشق. An Arabic phrase referring to the honeymoon phase of love or the initial love felt for someone.
Phrases for Family or Friend Love
Ti voglio bene. An Italian phrase meaning, “I love you,” used for family, friends, and loved ones.
С любовью. A Russian phrase meaning, “with love”.
Maligayang Araw ng mga Puso. This means, “Happy Valentine’s Day” in Tagalog.
μου σας καλύτερος φίλος. A Greek phrase meaning, “you are my best friend”.
‘I Love You’ In Different Languages
Croatian: Volim te.
Swedish: Jag älskar dig.
Romanian: Te iubesc.
Polish: Kocham Cię
Turkish: Seni seviyorum
Afrikaans: Ek is lief vir jou