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      I was trying to look up how to say, "I hate you" in Farsi, but instead I came across this. If there are two lines under the language name, that means there are two different ways to say it.

      Now you can say this stuff to your parents and when they yell at you for thinking you said something horrible, you can tell them you were only giving them your pyaar. I personally cant wait to see Ammie so I can say "Ngiyakuthanda!"

      Enjoy!

      LANGUAGE TRANSLATION OR HOW TO SAY IT

      Afrikaans
      Ek het jou liefe


      Arabic
      Ana Behibak (to a male)
      Ana Behibek (to a female)

      Austrian
      I hob di gern, oide - spoken to a woman
      I hob di gern, oida - spoken to a man

      Azerbaijani
      Men seni sevirem

      Bengali
      Ami toomay bhalobashi
      Ami tomake bhalobashi

      Berber
      Lakh tirikh

      Bolivian
      Quechua Qanta munani

      Bulgarian
      Obicham te

      Burmese
      Chit pa de

      Cambodian
      Bon sro lanh oon

      Canadian French
      Sh'teme (spoken, sounds like this)

      Cantonese
      Ngo oi ney

      Chinese
      Wo ie ni

      Croatioan
      LJUBim te

      Czech
      Miluji te

      Danish
      Jeg elsker dig

      Dutch
      Ik hou van jou

      Ecuador
      Quechua Canda munani

      English
      I love you

      Esperanto
      Mi amas vin

      Estonian
      Mina armastan sind


      Farsi (Persian)
      Tora dust midaram
      Asheghetam
      Doostat daram

      Filipino
      Mahal ka ta

      French
      Je t'aime

      German
      Ich liebe dich

      Greek
      S'agapo

      Gujrati
      Hoontane pyar karoochhoon
      Hausa Ina sonki

      Hebrew
      Ani ohev otach (male to female)
      Ani ohevet otcha (female to male)

      Hindi
      Mai tumse pyar karta hoon (male to female)
      Mai tumse pyar karti hoon (female to male)

      Hopi
      Nu' umi unangwa'ta

      Hungarian
      Szereklek
      Szeretlek te'ged

      Icelandic
      Eg elska thig

      Indonesian
      Eg elska thig

      Irish
      Taim i' ngra leat

      Italian
      Ti amo (if it's relationship/lover/spouse
      Ti voglio bene (if it's a friend, or a relative)

      Japanese
      Kimi o ai ****eru
      Watakushi-wa anata-wo ai shimasu

      Korean
      Tangsinul sarang ha yo

      Kurdish
      Ez te hezdikhem (?)

      Latin
      Te amo
      Vos amo

      Latvian
      Es milu tevi (Pronounced "Ess tevy meeloo")

      Malay
      Saya cintamu
      Saya sayangmu

      Malay/Indonesian
      Aku sayang enkow
      Sayah Chantikan awah

      Malayalam
      Njyaan ninne' preetikyunnu
      Njyaan Ninne' Mohikyunnu

      Mandarin
      Wo ei ni

      Marathi
      Me tujhashi prem karto (male to female)
      Me tujhashi premkarte (female to male)

      Norwegian
      Eg elskar deg (Nynorsk)

      Persian
      Tora dost daram

      Polish
      Kocham cie

      Portuguese
      Amo- te

      Punjabi
      Mai taunu piyar karna (male to female)
      Mai taunu piyar kardi (female to male)

      Romanian
      Te iu besc

      Russian
      Ya vas liubliu
      Ya liubliu tebia
      Ya tebia liubliu
      Ya polubeel tebya

      Scot Gaelic
      tha gra/dh agam ort

      Serbian
      Lubime te

      Serbocroatian
      Volim te

      Sinhalese
      Mama Oyata adavei
      Mama oyata adarei

      Sioux
      Techihhila

      Slovak
      Lubim ta

      Spanish
      Te quiero
      Te amo

      Sri Lankan
      Mama Oyata Arderyi

      Swahili
      Naku penda (follwoed by person's name)

      Swedish
      Jag a"lskar dig

      Swiss German
      Ch'ha di ga"rn

      Syrian/Lebanes
      Bhebbek (to a female)
      Bhebbak (to male)

      Tagalog
      Mahal kita

      Tamil
      Nee ennay kadhalikriya (Do you love me?)
      Naan unnay kadhalikkiren(i love you)
      Naan unnai virumpuren (I love you, very much)

      Telugu/India
      Nenu Ninnu premistunnanu

      Thai
      Ch'an rak khun
      Phom rak khun

      Tunisian
      Ha eh bak

      Turkish
      Seni seviyorum

      Ukrainian
      Ja tebe kokhaju (real true love)

      Urdu
      Mujhe tumse mohabbat hai

      Vietnamese
      Em ye^u anh (female to male)
      Anh ye^n em (male to female)

      Vulcan
      Wani ra yana ro aisha

      Welsh
      'Rwy'n dy garu di
      Yr wyf i yn dy garu di (chwi)

      Yiddish
      Ich libe dich
      Ichhan dich lib

      Yoguslavian
      Ya te volim

      Zulu
      Ngiyakuthanda!
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      Wah kya list hai. Bohat kaam aye gi

      By the way in Japanese, there are many ways to say I love you.

      Aish!teiru yo!
      Watashi wa anata o ai sh!teimasu. (VERY polite)
      Kimi ga dai suki! (Informal)
      Boku wa kimi no koto suki desu. (Typical male line)
      Also instead of Ai suru and Ai Sh!teiru, you can use Koi Suru or KoiSh!teiru, since Ai and Koi both mean love in japanese. There are even more, like pick up lines said by Japanese who are too shy to come out right and say I love you.

      "Tsukiatte Kudasai" or "Tsukiatte kureru?" = "Please go out with me"

      Also, Koibito in japanese means lover.

      Oh you can also so I hate you by replacing "suki" with "kirai".

      Kimi ga dai kirai! (I hate you very much!)

      Thats it for todays Japanese lesson, now give me a moment to Ratafy this list.
      Last edited by Pakap; Mar 26th, 2006 at 10:02 PM.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Pakap
      Wah kya list hai. Bohat kaam aye gi

      By the way in Japanese, there are many ways to say I love you.

      Aish!teiru yo!
      Watashi wa anata o ai sh!teimasu. (VERY polite)
      Kimi ga dai suki! (Informal)
      Boku wa kimi no koto suki desu. (Typical male line)
      Also instead of Ai suru and Ai Sh!teiru, you can use Koi Suru or KoiSh!teiru, since Ai and Koi both mean love in japanese. There are even more, like pick up lines said by Japanese who are too shy to come out right and say I love you.

      "Tsukiatte Kudasai" or "Tsukiatte kureru?" = "Please go out with me"

      Also, Koibito in japanese means lover.

      Oh you can also so I hate you by replacing "suki" with "kirai".

      Kimi ga dai kirai! (I hate you very much!)

      Thats it for todays Japanese lesson, now give me a moment to Ratafy this list.
      Noiceee, you know Japanese. Where did you learn it? My dad taught me the little he knows of Japanese. It's a cool lingo. Konnichiwa! Ogenki desu ka? *grin*
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      Konnichi wa, Okagesamade. (Hello, Im fine thank you)

      I learned it through intense training for two years but I still have to perfect it. There is tons and tons of Japanese media on the net and it finally got my attention so I learned the language. And as most people would know by now Im a devout economist and Japan has good economy so I want to study that as well. And above all I love learning languages, learned bit of french in school and practice it now and working on german and Home languages such as Pashto.

      Sore de,
      Mata ne!
      Youth is wasted on the young.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Pakap
      Konnichi wa, Okagesamade. (Hello, Im fine thank you)

      I learned it through intense training for two years but I still have to perfect it. There is tons and tons of Japanese media on the net and it finally got my attention so I learned the language. And as most people would know by now Im a devout economist and Japan has good economy so I want to study that as well. And above all I love learning languages, learned bit of french in school and practice it now and working on german and Home languages such as Pashto.

      Sore de,
      Mata ne!
      I sooo wanna learn Pushto, my moms lingo, and Arabic even more so, insha'Allah. I also love to learn languages. It's fascinating. *smile*
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      Hehe Arabic is a REALLY EASY to learn because you'll find tons of Urdu words in it (which were originally Arabic words). I've lived here in the Arab world for ten years now and I think Arabic and Farsi are the two easiest languages for Urdu speakers to learn, since they're kind of parents of Urdu.
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      Well see, I speak broken Urdu. *afsoos*

      I took a course once in arabic, and did well, mash'Allah, but forgot everything I learned as I never used it. I agree, its not hard to learn. But I want to learn Qur'anic arabic insha'Allah, not the conversational one, which I am not sure if its harder or not.
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      I hear Qur'anic Arabicis harder, since the Arabs are brought up speaking and listening to conversational Arabic. And maybe its a bit hard to beleive, but the Arabic from different Arab countries is SO different, it may even seem like they are two different languages.

      UAE Arabic and Egypt Arabic are so so very different. They have a completely different accent and their vocabulary is also very different. Kind of like Urdu and Punjabi but these are two different languages.

      Quranic Arabic is very pure though, you can feel the purity in it when you read or learn it.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Munni
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      Mujhe tumse mohabbat hai
      probably the best way you could say it. it's just different in our language, you know?

      and noo..i'm not being biased. our language really is sweet, especially when using words of love


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      Sri Lankan
      Mama Oyata Arderyi

      Sounds like "I love your mama".

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      Pakistanis need to practice their own mothertongue first.
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      In Bahasa Indonesia it is "Saya cinta kamu" and not what is witten above.
      Last edited by WitchDr; Mar 27th, 2006 at 04:32 AM.

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      cute post Munni

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      no im fully prepared when i'll meet some1 who speaks another language..
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      Quote Originally Posted by Munni
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      I hob di gern, oide - spoken to a woman
      I hob di gern, oida - spoken to a man
      Hahaha. That one is definitely a wrong translation. "I hob di gern" means "I like you" in Viennese slang, but it's far from "I love you". And "oide" or "oida" is a slang word for "buddy".
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      Quote Originally Posted by Munni
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      Wani ra yana ro aisha
      whoa!
      "A woman has got to be able to say, and not feel guilty, 'Who am I, and what do I want out of life?' She mustn't feel selfish and neurotic if she wants goals of her own, outside of husband and children"

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      idher to apni boli wali hi nahin phuns rahi dosri boli wali ka kia sochain
      HTD/S11: To fool your enemies, you must first fool your allies.
      ARY: baighairton ka badshah

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      add Kashmiri: me chhu tse sity ashq

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