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ScottM
Friday 07th of July 2006 07:35:14 AM
How do you say, \"God loves you\" in your language?: I and one of the guys I work with are trying to make a sign to put up in the bookstore I work at for our "missions" section. On one part of the sign, we want to put the phrase "God loves you" in as many languages as we can. All translations are greatly appreciated.


jvz8a
Friday 07th of July 2006 08:09:26 AM
In Spanish: "Dios te ama"
In Esperanto: "Dio amas vin"
In Norwegian: "Gud elsker deg"
In Ido: "Deo amas vi"


Goran
Friday 07th of July 2006 09:52:17 AM
Croatian: Bog te voli
Catalan: Du t'estima
Serbian: Бог те воли


Tyrrena
Friday 07th of July 2006 10:16:31 AM
Italian: Dio ti ama
French: Dieu taime
Portuguese: Deus te ama


mattie
Friday 07th of July 2006 10:27:21 AM
Also in French: Dieu vous aime (It's the formal way.)



_Esty_Il_
Friday 07th of July 2006 01:28:11 PM
German: Gott liebt dich


Osman
Friday 07th of July 2006 01:31:44 PM
Turkish:

Allah seni seviyor (singular you)
Tanrı seni seviyor (singular you)
Allah sizi seviyor (plural you)
Tanrı sizi seviyor (plural you)

and this topic should be moved to "All Languages" forum. ;) i think it is not noticed :)

edit:thanks for moving :D


Ania
Friday 07th of July 2006 07:34:06 PM
Polish: Bg cię kocha.

Russian: Бог любит тебя


caeireann
Friday 07th of July 2006 07:58:49 PM
God loves you.

Irish Gaelic
T gr ag Dia duit. (singular) / T gr ag Dia daoibh. (plural)

Scottish Gaelic
Tha gaol aig Dia ort. (singular (informal)) / Tha gaol aig Dia oirbh. (plural and formal)


Agnese
Saturday 08th of July 2006 02:48:09 AM
Latvian: Dievs tevi mīl. (singular)
Dievs jūs mīl. (plural)


Mathieu
Saturday 08th of July 2006 05:14:56 AM
Dutch: God houdt van je [χɔt hɑut fɑɲə]
Middle Welsh: Duw a'th garaf [düw a 'garav]
Swedish: Gud lskar dig [gɵːd 'ːlskɑdɛi]


joziboy
Saturday 08th of July 2006 08:32:45 AM
Zulu: uNkulunkulu uyakuthanda (the great one loves you (singular you))
uNkulunkulu uyanithanda (the great one loves you (plural you))

Other Zulu words for "God":

The Lord: iNkosi
The Almighty: uSomandla
The Creator: uMdali; uMenzi
The Eternal: uSimakade
He/She who came first: uMvelinqangi

Although iNkosi and uNkulunkulu are the two most common terms (the national anthem of South Africa is iNkosi sikelel'iAfrika). God has no gender in Zulu


kea
Tuesday 11th of July 2006 04:58:57 PM
Estonian: jumal armastab sind!


makt2000
Thursday 13th of July 2006 08:31:30 AM
Arabic : Allah Yohebok


barbchy
Sunday 16th of July 2006 11:31:03 PM
Slovenian : Bog te ima rad.


Axnot
Monday 17th of July 2006 06:22:54 AM
For me there are more...not just one god. But alright, I will translate.

In the language of the Frisian island Schiermontseich (Schiermonnikoog) :

God het dy jaif



anitarosp90
Wednesday 19th of July 2006 06:46:30 AM
icelandic

Gu elskar ig :D


YaHWeHGave
Tuesday 18th of August 2009 05:48:46 AM
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naditomi
Wednesday 14th of October 2009 11:48:08 AM
In hungarian:

Isten szeret téged

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