Saying I love you in constructed languages

Being able to say I love you in 100 languages is a huge accomplishment! But if you’re an avid language lover like us, you won’t want to stop there. And for a good reason, because aside from over 7,100 languages spoken in the world, there are also around 900 constructed languages.

So, here’s how to say “I love you” in some of the most popular conlangs (constructed languages).

Constructed languageI love you
EsperantoMi amas vin
IntelinguaIo te ama
Lingua Franca NovaMe ama tu
NovialMe ama vu
IdoMe amas vu/ Me amoras tu
VolapukLelöfob oli
LojbanMi prami do
EuropantoIch amorante van toi
Lingwa de planetaMe lubi-te

Saying I love you in fantasy languages

Are you a fan of Game of Thrones or Lord of the Rings? If so, you know that the authors of these motion pictures created entirely new languages to make their imaginary worlds seem more realistic.

In some cases, the fictional languages were created by a linguist hired for this purpose. In other cases, the fans developed the bits and pieces of the languages created by the authors into fully constructed languages.

If you’re a fan of fantasy books, TV shows, and movies, you’d be excited to learn how to say “I love you” in some of the most popular fantasy languages.

Fantasy languageI love youBook/movie/showLanguage created by
DothrakiAnha zhilak yeraGame of ThronesDavid Peterson
ValyrianAvy jorrāelanGame of ThronesDavid Peterson
KlingonBangwi’ sohStar TrekDr. Marc Okrand
VulcanI ashaya duStar TrekDr. Marc Okrand
HutteseUma ji munaStar WarsBen Burtt
SindarinGi melinLord of the RingsJ.R.R. Tolkien
Quenya (Elvish)MelinyelLord of the RingsJ.R.R. Tolkien
Na’viNga yawne lu oerAvatarDr. Paul Frommer
DovahzulU’u ag fah hiSkyrimAdam Adamowicz

Love songs in different languages

It’s hard to imagine a world without love songs. There’s everywhere, and it’s no surprise: love is such a deep feeling that many people feel the need to be expressed with music.

Chances are that even if you’re not a native English speaker, most love songs you can think of are in English. But what about love songs in other languages? While they may not be as widely known, every language has a huge amount of beautiful songs about love.

So, we’ve created a list of popular love songs in other languages.

Love songs in French:

Love songs in Spanish:

Love songs in German:

Love songs in Polish:

Love songs in Turkish:

Love songs in Arabic:

We just called to say we love you

Now that you know how to say “I love you” in 100 languages, 9 constructed languages, and 9 fantasy languages, you’re armed with plenty of vocabulary to express your love for someone.

We hope that this article has inspired you to do that. We know that’s sometimes easier said than done, but in the words of Barbara de Angelis, “You never lose by loving. You always lose by holding back.”

And if you’d like to continue your language-learning journey, check out our other fun-filled articles on our language blog.