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I LOVE YOU | Seks Suami-Isteri | Bercinta Dengan Suami Orang | SuamiPerkasa.com | Suami Cepat Tewas | Berbagi Suami | SuamiOnline.com | Kisah Suami | Info Seks Suami Isteri | Sarapan Buat Suami | ghairah suami | Husband and Wife, passion, sex and relationships, romanceSekiranya ANDA inginkan satu kehidupan suami isteri yang sentiasa bahagia, ucapkanlah " I LOVE YOU " setiap hari kepada pasangan anda. Disini disertakan pelbagai bahasa untuk ucapkan I LOVE U.

* Afrikaans: Ek is lief vir jou

* Albanian: Te dua

* Arabic: Ana behibak (to male) or Ana behibek (to female)

* Armenian: Yes kez sirumem

* Basque: Maitea haut

* Bavarian: I mog di narrisch gern

* Bengali: Ami tomake bhalobashi

* Bulgarian: Obicham te

* Burmese: Nin ko nga chitde or Chit pa de

* Cambodian: Bon sro lanh oon

* Catalan: T'estimo

* Cherokee: Tsi ge yu i

* Cheyenne: Ne mohotatse

* Chichewa: Ndimakukonda

* Chickasaw: Chiholloli

* Chinese: Ngo oi ney or Wo ai ni

* Corsican: Ti tengu caru

* Croatian: Volim te

* Czech: Miluji te

* Danish: Jeg elske dig

* Dholuo (Kenyan tribe): Aheri ~ contributed by Evelyn D.

* Dutch: Ik hou van je

* Elvish: Amin mela lle from The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien

* English: I love you

* Esperanto: Mi amas vin

* Estonian: Mina armastan sind

* Ethiopian: Afgreki'

* Farsi: Mahn doostaht doh-rahm ~ contributed by Anna M.

* Filipino: Mahal kita ~ contributed by Wil A.

* Finnish: Mina rakastan sinua

* Flemish: Ik zie oe geerne

* French: Je t'aime

* Gaelic: Ta gra agam ort

* Georgian: Mikvarhar

* German: Ich liebe dich

* Greek: S'agapo ~ contributed by Jeremy C.

* Greenlandic: Asavakit

* Gujarati: Mai thara prem karu chu ~ contributed by Sochin D.

* Haitian Creole: Mwen renmen'w

* Hawaiian: Aloha au ia'oe

* Hebrew: Ani ohev otah (to female) or Ani ohevet othah (to male)

* Hindi: Mai tumase pyar karata hun or Mai tumase pyar karati hun

* Hopi: Nu' umi unangwa'ta

* Hungarian: Szeretlek

# Icelandic: Eg elska thig

# Indian Gujarati dialect: Tane prem karoo choo

# Indonesian: Saya cinta padamu

# Irish: Taim i'ngra leat

# Italian: Ti amo or Ti voglio bene

# Japanese: Ai shite ru or Kimi o ai shiteru

# Kannada (India): Naanu ninnanu preethisuthene ~ contributed by Sochin D.

# Kenyan: Nakupenda ~ Thanks to Gloria N.

# Kiswahili (East African): Ninakupenda ~ contributed by Evelyn D.

# Korean: Sarang hapnida

# Kurdish: Ez te hezdikhem

# Lao: Khoi huk chau

# Latin: Te amo

# Latvian: Es tev milu

# Lebanese: Bahibak

# Lithuanian: As myliu tave

# Luo: Aheri

# Macedonian: Te sakam

# Malay: Saya cintamu or Saya sayangmu

# Maltese: Inhobbok ~ contributed by Casha.

# Mandarin: Wo ai ni

# Mohawk: Konoronhkwa or Kanbhik

# Moroccan: Ana moajaba bik

# Navajo: Ayor anosh'ni

# Norwegian: Jeg elsker deg or elsker deg ~ contributed by Mai.

* Pakistani: Muje tum se mu habbat hai ~ contributed by Sochin D.

* Persian: Doostet daram or Tora dost daram

* Philippines: Mahal kita ~ contributed by Mai.

* Pig Latin: Ie Ovele Ouye

* Polish: Kocham cie

* Portuguese: Eu te amo

* Romanian: Te iubesc ~ contributed by Steve K.

* Russian: La liubliu tebia or Ya vas lyublyu

* Scottish Gaelic: Tha gra dh agam ort

* Serbian: Ljubim te or Ja te volim

* Sign language: I -- point at self with index finger. love -- hold crossed hands over your chest. you -- point with index finger to the other person.

* Sioux: Techihhila

* Slovak: Lubim ta

* Slovenian: Ljubim te

* South African: Ek het jou lief

* Spanish: Te amo ~ contributed by Mai.

* Swahili: Nakupenda ~ contributed by J.K.

* Swedish: Jag alskar dig

* Swiss: Ch'ha di ga'rn

* Syrian: Bhebbek (to female) or Bhebbak (to male)

* Tagalog: Iniibig kita or mahal kita ~ contributed by Mai.

* Taiwanese: Gwa ai lee

* Tahitian: Ua here vau ia oe

* Thai: Phom rak khun or Ch'an rak khun

* Tswana: Ke a go rata ~ contributed by Boineelo K.

* Tunisian: Ha eh bak

* Turkish: Seni seviyorum

* Ukrainian: Ya tebe kahayu

* Urdu: Me aap se pyaar karthi houn

* Venda: Ndi a ni funa ~ contributed by Rachel L.

* Vietnamese: Anh yeu em (to female) or Em yeu anh (to male)

* Welsh: Rwy'n dy garu di

* Wolof (Western Africa, mostly Senegal area): Nop nala ~ contributed by Trevor and Susan K.

* Yiddish: Ikh hob dikh lib

* Yugoslavian: Ya te volim

* Zulu: Ngiyakuthanda

* Zuni: Tom ho'ichema

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  1. Terima Kasih penulis blog :)

    Jazaakumullah

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