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Five acronyms that mean

In the age of the Internet and of communications through microblogging platforms such as Twitter, services such as WhatsApp and text messages, the use of acronyms is more and more frequent. Here we have gathered five of the most diverse used to say I love you .

143. Number of letters in each word of the phrase “I love you” (“I love you”, in English).
459. It also means “I love you”. It is because the letters “I”, “L”, “Y” correspond on the keyboard of a mobile phone with the numbers 4, 5 and 9.
ILY. It is the most intuitive, since it is formed by the initials of “I Love You”.
I Another way of writing “I love you”. The union of symbols “<3” evokes the shape of a heart.
Luv U. It is the equivalent of “tk”, an expression with which adolescents and young people declare their love in Spanish through mobile phones and chats.

Ways to say “I love you” in many languages of the world


In English: I love you


In English: I love you


In French: I love you


En Italian: I love you


In Portuguese: I love you


In Catalan: I love you


In Galician: I love you


In Basque: I love you


En bangla (Bangladesh): Aamee tuma ke bhalo aashi


In Albanian: Te dua.


In Cantonese Chinese: Ngo oiy ney a.


In Armenian: Yes kez sirumen.


En gujarati (Gujarat, India): Hoo thunay prem karoo choo.


In Belarusian: I love you


En hiligaynon (Philippines): I love you or Guina I love you.


In Bosnian: I love you


En indonesio: I love you


In Bulgarian: I love you


En indonesio: I love you


In Czech: I love you


En Other (Karnataka, India): Naanu ninna preetisuttene.


In progress: I love you.


En malayo: I love you / I love you.


In Croatian: I love you


En filipino: I love you


A Dane: I Love You


In Papiamento (Netherlands Antilles): Mi ta stimabo.


In Slovak: I love you


In Tagalog (Philippines): I love you.


En esloveno: I love you


English: I Love You.


En estonio: I love you.


In Tagalog (Philippines): I love you.


In Faroese (Faroe Islands): Eg elski teg.


En tamil (India): Nan unnai kathalikaraen.


En finés: I love you


En turco: I Love You.


And frisio (Países Bajos): I love you.


En urdu (India y Pakistán): Mai aap say pyaar karta hoo.


In Irish Gaelic: Ta gra agam ort


En zazi (Kurdish): Ezhele hezdege.


En galés: I love you


And Afrikaans: I love you


In Georgian: Mikvarhar.


In Amharic (Ethiopia): Afekrishalehou.


In Greek: Σ’αγαπώ


En bambara (Malí): I live.


And Inglés: I love you.


En chichewa (Sur de yfrica y Mozambique): I love you.


En húngaro: I love you


En Luo (Kenya): Aheri.


En kiswahili (,frica, varios países): Nakupenda.


En Inuit, Negligevapse.


But Icelandic: I love you


En ndebele (Zimbabwe): I love you.


In Latvian: It is tevi miilu.


En lituano: I love you.


In Setswana (South Africa): Ke a go rata.


In Norway: I Love You


En polaco: I love you


En suajili: I love you


In Romanian: I love you


En ruso: I love you


En yoruba (Nigeria): Moni fe.


In Serbian: I love you.


A sueco: I love you


En turco: I Love You


In Ukrainian: Ya tebe kahayu.



Love? Romance?

If romance doesn’t suit you, did you know that a 2017 study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships concluded that romance is overrated? We don’t all watch romantic movies and get cute and cry. Or if? But in real life, it doesn’t seem to matter much how much love is spent in the movies. In fact, it’s the little non-romantic acts of kindness and compassion that make us feel most loved.

When it comes to that warm fuzzy feeling, the most important thing is the little everyday, non-romantic gestures. This is one of the many revelations of the aforementioned study that involved 495 Americans who were 50 years old, on average, and asked them to give their opinion on 60 different scenarios “where you could feel love.” These scenarios were quite varied: they were positive, neutral or negative and involved pets, lovers and nature.

“Our results show that the main scenarios that evoked warm feelings were not necessarily romantic . Therefore, it is possible that people feel loved in simple, everyday settings. There does not have to be exaggerated gestures (as in romantic movies)” .

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