Love in Different Languages: A lover is someone who loves you unconditionally; supports you and stands by your side in every up and down. We are surrounded by so many people and meet so many new throughout the life. The first form of love we see as a child is mother. A mother’s love is unconditional and beyond everything. Then comes father who sacrifices everything for the needs of his children.
How to Say Love in 88 Different Languages
|Different Languages||Word Love|
|Chinese Simplified||爱 (ài)|
|Chinese Traditional||愛 (ài)|
“Love is a language blind can see and the deaf can hear”
My lover is a word we say to someone to show our affection towards them. My lover can be used for everyone besides your partner. Love is a universal language and it can do wonders. To order to define love, we first need to distinguish between what is usually referred to as’ love’ and real, conscious love. In a culture where we’re all just allowed to’ fallen in love’ with someone, we all grow up. And, because most people don’t know what the’ heart’ feeling is or why it happens, they can’t really understand what it is or why.
This love is unconditional and limitless. This is when you trust each other in your life and do something for each other. If you really love someone you want them to be happy always regardless of anything because that is how much you care about them. When you are in love everything looks brighter, happier and more marvelous. Don’t let it go if you find it. Love can make you compromise everything for your significant other.
People all over the world and across cultures show their love in various, imaginative and sometimes odd ways. Greeting your loved one in other ways is quite funny in some regions. In Persian you can be so adorable, along the lines of very few things, that you are smaller than a mouse. You may say moosh bokhoradets, or “may a mouse eat you.”