All The Love in the World

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Abidingness, Acceptance, Accord, Acknowledgement, Admiration, Adoration, Adulation, Aelurophilia/Ailurophilia, Aerophilia, Affection, Affinity, Agacerie, Agape, Ailihphilia, Ailurophilia/Aelurophilia, Allegiance, Alliance, Altruism, Amativeness, Americophilia, Amerindophilia, Amiability, Amiableness, Amicability, Amicableness, Amity, Amore, Amour-propre, Anglophilia, Anthophilia, Appeal, Appetence, Appraisal, Appreciation, Appreciativeness, Approbation, Approval, Arctophilia, Ardour, Armenophilia - the love of all things Armenian, Aroha, Asset, Astrophilia - the love of loves stars, planets and all outer space, Attachment, Attraction, Audiophilia - the love of high fidelity sound reproduction, Avidity, Awareness, Beauty, Beguin, Benefaction, Beneficence, Benevolence, Benevolentness, Bigheartedness, Billet-doux, Bibliophilia, Biophilia - an innate love for the natural world, Bliss, Brandophilia, Brightness, Brotherhood, Camaraderie, Cambrophilia - the love of all things Welsh, Care, Caritas, Cartophilia, Catalanophilia - the love of all things Catalan, Charitableness, Charity, Chionophile, Chocophilia - the love of chocolate, Choice, Cinephilia, Cognizance, Comfort, Comity, Commiseration, Commitment, Communion, Community, Companionship, Compassion, Compassionateness, Compatibility, Completion, Comprehension, Concord, Condolence, Connection, Consideration, Consonance, Cooperation, Cryophilia - the love of low temperatures (aka Psychrophilia), Cynophilia - the love of dogs,  Danophilia - the love of all things Danish, Deference, Delight, Demophilia/Demophily, Devotedness, Devotion, Dinophilia, Discophilia - the love of phonograph records or CDs, Egyptophilia - the love of all things Egyptian, Elevation, Emotion, Empathy, Enamouredness, Enchantment, Endearment, Enophilia (aka Oenophilia), Entomophilia - the love of insects, Ergophilia, Estophilia, Europhilia, Faithfulness, Fancy, Favour, Feeling, Fellowship, Fennophilia - the love of all things Finnish, Fidelity, Fondness, Forbearance, Forgiveness, Francophilia, Fraternity, Friendliness, Friendship, Galanthophilia - the love or collection of snowdrops, Gallophilia, Generosity, Geniality, Gentleness, Germanophilia - the love of all things German, Givingness, Glossophilia, Godliness, Good wishes, Goodness, Goodwill, Grace, Graciousness, Harmony,  Heart, Heartiness, Helpfulness, Henosis, Heliophilia n. the love of sunlight, Hellenophilia, Heterophilia - love of the opposite sex, Hibernophilia - the love of all things Irish, Hippophilia, Hispanophilia, Hodophilia, Honour, Humaneness, Humanitarianism, Hungarophilia - the love of all things Hungarian, Iconophilia/Iconophily), Ideal, Idealism, Idealization, Increase, Indophilia, Infatuation, Innocence, Inspiration, Interest, Iranophilia - the love of all things Iranian (aka Persophilia), Italophilia - the love of all things Italian, Japanophilia - the love of all things Japanese (aka Nipponophilia), Joy, Kairos, Kindheartedness, Kindness, Kinship, Law, Largeheartedness, Largesse, Lenience, Leniency, Lenity, Lettophilia, Lexophilia, Life, Like-mindedness, Limnophilia - the love of ponds and marshes, Linguaphilia - the love of languages and words, Logophilia, Loveableness, Loving, Ludophilia, Lusophilia - the love of all things Portuguese, Magnanimity, Melophilia - the love of music, Mercy, Mindset, Mood, Museophilia, Musicophilia - the love of music, Mutuality, Mycophilia, Nanophilia, Neighbourlikeness, Neighbourliness, Nemophilia/Nemophily, Neophilia - the love of new or modern things, Nourishment, Nurture, Nyctophilia - the love of night or darkness...

It's Everywhere

Like the sun on a cloudy day; just because you can't see it doesn't mean that it isn't shining.

Oenophilia (aka Enophilia), Oneness, Option, Ornithophilia - the love of birds, Pacifism, Panphilia  - love of all things, Paperphilia, Pardon, Partiality, Pash, Passion, Penchant, Perception, Perfection, Persophilia, Philalethia, Philanthropism, Philanthropy, Philocaly, Philogyny, Philology, Philomathy, Philonoism, Philosophicalness, Philosophy, Philoxenia, Phytophilia - the love of eating fruit and vegetables, Pleasure, Pluviophilia, Pogonophilia, Potency, Potterphilia - the love of Harry Potter, his book series, and films, Preciousness, Predilection, Predisposition, Preference, Prize, Probity, Propensity, Prussophilia - the love of all things Prussian, Purity, Quintessence, Rapport Rapprochement, Rapture, Reaction, Reciprocity, Recognition, Regard, Respect, Responsiveness, Retrophilia, Revelry, Reverence, Robophilia - the love of robots, Romanticism, Russophilia, Sanction, Satisfaction, Selection, Sensation, Sensibility, Sensitivity, Sensuality, Sentiment, Sentimentality, Serbophila - the love of all things Serbian, Service, Sharing, Sheltering, Shielding, Sincerity, Sinophilia, Sisterhood, Slavophilia - the love of all things Slavic, Spanophilia - love of the rare, Sociability, Sociality, Sodality, Softheartedness, Solidarity, Spark, Spirituality, Steadfastness, Support, Suecophilia - the love of all things Swedish, Sweetener, Sweetness, Sympathy, Technophilia, Tenderheartedness, Tenderness, Teutonophilia/Teutophilia, Thalassophilia (aka Thalassophily), Theological Virtue, Theophilanthropism, Togetherness, Tolerance, Treasure, Trust, Truthfulness, Turcophilia - the love of all things Turkish, Turophilia, Typhlophilia - love of the blind, Umbraphilia - the love of eclipses, Understanding, Unfailingness, Union, Unison, Unity, Urge, Valuation, Value, Velophilia - the love of bicycles and bicycling, Veneration, Videophilia - a love of video recordings especially high quality home made videos, Virtue, Warmheartedness, Warmth, Welcome, Wholeheartedness, Wisdom, Xenophilia, Xenophily, Yen.

The original meaning of Valentine

The word Philosophy originates with the Greek 'Philos" (In love with...) "Sophia" (...Wisdom).

-Philia (the love of) Suffix

Reverse Lookup

Air-breathing and Flying - Aerophilia

Astronomy and stars - Astrophilia

Audio; High fidelity sound reproduction and technology - Audiophilia

Beards - Pogonophilia

Birds - Ornithophilia

Black (Negro) race - Negrophilia*

Books - Bibliophilia

Brands or a brand - Brandophilia

Cats – Ailurophilia

Cheese -  Turophilia

Crowds - Demophilia/Demophily

Dinosaurs - Dinophilia

Dogs – Cynophilia

Eclipses - Umbraphilia*

Flowers - Anthophilia

Flying and Air-breathing - Aerophilia

Foreign people or culture - Xenophilia, Xenophily

Forests/Woodlands - Nemophilia/Nemophily

Games and Puzzles - Ludophilia

Hispanics - Hispanophilia

Horses - Hippophilia

Icons and images - Iconophilia/Iconophily)

Insects, oft by flowers pollinated by them - Entomophilia

Languages - Glossophilia

Life -  Biophilia, Biophile

Low temperatures - Cryophilia

Maps - Cartophilia

Motion Pictures - Cinephilia

Music - Melophilia*

Museums - Museophilia

Mushrooms - Mycophilia

Nanotechnology - Nanophilia

New or novel things - Neophilia

Night - Nyctophilia or Scotophilia  See Noctiflorous

Oysters - Ostreaphilia*

Paper - Paperphilia

Past, the - Retrophilia

Rain, - Pluviophilia

Robots - Robophilia

the Sea - Thalassophilia (aka Thalassophily)

Snow - Chionophilia

Spiders – Arachnophilia

Sunlight in large amounts - Heliophilia

Technology - Technophilia

Teddy Bears - Arctophilia

Travel - Hodophilia

Truth - Philalethia

Video, high-quality - Videophilia*

Winter - Chionophilia

Women - Philogyny

Words - Logophilia

Words esp. word games & twists - Lexophilia

Work - Ergophilia

Sexy Adjectives and Philias

Lovers of Countries

America - Americophile

Armenia, and/or it's people, and/or the culture and history - Armenophile*

Bulgaria, and/or Bulgarians, and/or the culture - Bulgarophile*

Catalan culture - Catalanophile*

China, and/or its people, and/or its culture - Sinophile

Denmark, and/or its culture - Danophile*

Egypt and/or its culture - Egyptophile*

England/Britain, and/or the English, and/or their culture - Anglophile

Estonia, and/or Estonians, and/or their culture - Estophile

Europe and/or its cultures, peoples, and/or the European union - Europhile

Finland and/or its people and/or its culture - Fennophile*

Foreign people or culture - Xenophile

France and/or its people and/or its culture - Francophile/Gallophile

Germany - Germanophile/Teutonophile/Teutophile

Greece and/or Greek culture ancient or modern - Hellenophile

Hungary and/or Hungarian people and/or culture - Hungarophile*

India and/or its people and/or its culture - Indophile

Iran and/or its people and/or its culture - Iranophile aka. Persophile (Persia)

Ireland and/or Irish culture - Hibernophile*

Japan and/or the language, and/or the culture - Nipponophile*

Latvia, its people and or its culture - Lettophile

Native American - Amerindophile/Amerindophilist

Portuguese language or culture - Lusophile*

Prussia, and/or Prussian people, and/or its culture - Prussophile*

Russia and/or its people and/or its culture - Russophile

Slavic race development and prosperity - Slavophile* 

Sweden and/or its people and/or its culture - Suecophile*

Wales and/or Welsh people and/or culture - Cambrophile*

Turkey, the country and/or people and/or culture - Turcophile*

United States and/or their way of life - Americophile

 * Not defined by conventional English dictionary or encyclopaedia resources; but it's the right construct and what's not to love?  Also a concept that has long-existed in the material world and more love is more love.  Might not be suitable yet for academic papers.

Unlimited Love         Romantic Adjectives         Positive Emotions

How to say

"I Love You" in Every language

For when you want to say it in theirs

A.

Afrikaans  - 1. Ek het jou liefe 2. Ek is lief vir jou
Albanian  - Te Dashuroj
Alsacien - Ich hoan dich gear
Amharic -  Afekrishalehou
Arabic -  Ana Behibak (to a male) Ana Behibek (to a female)
Arabic (Formal) -  Ooheboka (to a male) Ooheboki (to a female)
Arabic - 1. Ib'n hebbak  2. Ana Ba-heb-bak  3. Nhebuk
Australian Aboriginal - Kungkungullun Ngune

B.


Bari  1. Nan nyanyar do (I love you) 2. Nan nyanyar do parik (I love you very much )

Basque  - Nere maitea
Batak  - Holong rohangku di ho
Bavarian - I mog di narrisch gern

Bengali - 1. Ami tomAy bhAlobAshi  2. Ami tomake bhalobashi.
Berber - Lakh tirikh
Bicol  - Namumutan ta ka
Binary - 01001001 00100000 01101100 01101111 01110110 01100101 00100000 01111001 01101111 01110101 00101110

Bromantic - Beer?
Bulgarian - Obicham te
 

C.

Cambodian -  1. Bon sro lanh oon  2. kh_nhaum soro_lahn nhee_ah
Cantonese - Ngo oi ney
Catalan - 1. T'estim (Mallorcan)  2. T'estim molt (I love you a lot)  3. T'estime (Valencian)  4. T'estimo (Catalonian)
Chinese - Wo ie ni

Croatian - Ljubim te
Czech - 1. Miluji te 2. Miluju te (colloquial)

D.
 

Danish - Jeg elsker dig
Dutch - Ik houd van jou
 

E.


Esperanto - Mi amas vin
Estonian - 1. Mina armastan sind 2. Ma armastan sind

F.


Faroese - Eg elski teg
Farsi - Tora dust midaram
Farsi - 1. Asheghetam  2.  doostat dAram (Persian)
Filipino - 1. Mahal ka ta 2. Iniibig kita
Finnish - Mina" rakastan sinua
Flemish - Ik zie oe geerne
French - Je t'aime
Frisian - Ik hald fan dy
 

G.

Gaelic - Tha gradh agam ort
Georgia - Shen me mikvarhar
German - Ich liebe dich
Greek - 1. S' ayapo  2. (Ego) philo su (with ego for emphasis)
Gujrati - Hoon tane pyar karoochhoon.

H.
 

Hausa - Ina sonki
Hebrew - 1. Ani ohev otach (male to female) 2. Ani ohev otcha (male to male) 3. Ani ohevet otcha (female to male)  4. Ani ohevet otach (female to female)
Hindi - 1. Mae tumko pyar kia  2. My tumko pyar karta hu  3. Main tumse pyar karta hoon  4. Ham Tomche Payer Kortahe  5. Mai tumse peyar karta hnu  6. Naanu ninnannu premisuththene (Kannada)
Hokkien - Wa ai lu
Hopi - Nu' umi unangwa'ta
Hungarian - 1. Szeretlek 2. Szeretlek te'ged

I.


Icelandic - 1. M-Ig elska M-~ig  2. Eg elska thig
Indi - Mai tujhe pyaar kartha hoo
Indonesian - 1. Saja kasih saudari  2. Saya cinta kamu 3. Saya cinta padamu 4. Aku cinta padamu
Irish - Taim i' ngra leat
Italian - 1. Ti amo (if it's a relationship/lover/spouse) 2. Italian - Ti voglio bene (if it's a friend, or relative)
 

J.

Japanese - 1. Kimi o ai shiteru 2. Watakushi-wa anata-wo ai shimasu
Javanese - Kulo tresno
 

K.

Kiswahili - Nakupenda
Klingon - 1. qabang  2. qaparHa' (depends on location within galaxy)
Korean - 1. Tangsinul sarang ha yo  2. Nanun tongshinun sarang hamnida
Kurdish - Ez te hezdikhem
 

L.

Lao - Khoi huk chau
Latin - 1. Te amo 2. Amo te 3. Vos amo

Latvian - Es tevi milu
Lingala - Nalingi yo
Lithuanian - Tave myliu
Luo - Aheri

M.


Malay - 1. Saya cintamu  2. Saya sayangmu
Malay/Indonesian - 1. Aku sayang enkow  2. Sayah Chantikan Awah
Mandarin - Wo ai ni
Mohawk - Konoronhkwa


N.

Navaho - Ayor anosh'ni
Ndebele - Niyakutanda
Nepali - Ma timilai maya garchu, Ma timilai man parauchu
Norwegian - 1. Eg elskar deg (Nynorsk)  2. Jeg elsker deg (Bokmaal) (pronounced yai elske dai)

 

O.
 

Osetian - Aez dae warzyn

P.
 

Pakistani - Muje se mu habbat hai
Persian - Doostat daaram (written), Dooset daaram (spoken)
Polish - 1. Kocham Cie 2. Ja cie kocham
Portuguese - Eu te amo
 

R.

Romanian - Te iu besc
Russian - 1. Ya vas lyublyu (Malincaya)  2. Ya tibieh lublue  3. Y'a liou-bliou tibya  4. Ya vac loobyoo  5. Ya tebya loobyoo  6. Ya l'ubl'u t'ebya  7. Ju ljublju tebja  8. Ljublu tebja  9. Ya lyublyu tebya  Ya polubeel s'tebya  11.Ya tebya ljublju

S.
 

Scot Gaelic - Tha gaol agam ort
Serbian - Lubim te.

Serbocroatian -  Volim te
Shona - Ndinokuda
Sinhalese - Mama oyata adarei
Sioux - Techihhila
Slovak - Lubim ta
Slovene - Ljubim te
Spanish - 1. Te Amo (I love you)  2. Te quiero (I really care for you)
Srilankan - Mama Oyata Arderyi
Sudanese (Bari) - 1. Nan nyanyar do (I love you) 2. Nan nyanyar do parik (I love you very much )
Swahili - Naku penda (followed by name)
Swedish - Jag älskar dig
Swiss-German - Ch'ha di ga"rn

Syrian/Lebanese - Bhebbek (to a female) Bhebak (to a male)

American Sign Language

 

T.

Tagalog - Mahal kita
Tamil - 1. Naan unni kathilikaran. 2. Ni yaanai kaadli karen.
Tcheque - Miluji te
Telugu - 1. Neenu ninnu pra'mistu'nnanu  2. Nenu ninnu premistunnanu (Telugu/India)
Thai - 1. Ch'an Rak Khun 2. Phom Rak Khun
Tigrignan/Eritrean, East African - Yefqreki iye (to a female)  Yefqreka iye (to a male)
Tunisian - Ha eh bak
Turkish - Seni seviyorum

U.
 

Urdu - Mujge tumae mahabbat hai
Uzbek - Man seni sevaman
 

V.

Vietnamese - Anh ye^u em (man to woman)  Em ye^u anh (woman to man)  Toi yeu em (informal)
Vlaams - Ik hue van ye
 

W.

Welsh - 1. 'Rwy'n dy garu di  2. Yr wyf i yn dy garu di (chwi)

X.


Xhosa - Mna Intando Wena

Y.
 

Yiddish - 1. Ich libe dich  2. Ich han dich lib
Yugoslavian - Ya te volim
 

Z.

Zazi - Ezhele hezdege
Zuni - Tom ho' ichema

 

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