What is Norwegian for 'We Love You'?
Vi elsker deg/dere
It depends whether "you" is one single person (deg) or two or more people (dere)
We love you, Britney Spears = Vi elsker deg, Britney Spears
We love you guys = Vi elsker dere
Norwegian romance and love is just like romance and love everywhere else.
Du er min kjærlighet. The verb "love" means "elske" in Norwegian, and the noun "love" means "kjærlighet".
Love as a noun is "kjærlighet". Love as a verb is "elske".
Elske. Elskling is 'darling'.
Kjærlig hilsen, <name>
kärlek till alla = swedish kjærlighet til alle/kjerleik til alle = norwegian
Get hot. Then say hello. She'll love you.
Jeg elsker deg far.
La oss knulle
jeg elsker kjaeresten min
kjærlighet til familien din
You can translate it two ways. 1. As in: "I love you" 2. Or alone: "Love" Translated: 1. Elsker, as in "Jeg elsker deg" ("I love you") 2. Kjærlighet
Kjærlighet, Fred og harmoni
As in child: baby. As in wife/one you love: kjære
Love the life you live = Elsk det livet du lever . Hope this helped.
You could say something like "Min kjære"
The noun "love" is spelled: kjærlighet. The verb to "love" is spelled: å elske. I love you in norwegian is said in two ways: "Jeg er glad i deg", which is something you say to people you care about, like friends and family. "Jeg elsker deg", however, is a more romantic or deeper way to say it, like to your spouse or your kids etc.
Jag Elske deg.... It means " I love you"..elske is love. Some say jag ar glad i deg. That means to like you a bit... Maybe falling in love..
Mamma, du er helt midt på treet!
You in Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish is "Du" pronounced dü like the u in the German word über. Also, if the objective of the sentence, you equals "deg". I.e. "I love you" is "Jeg elsker deg".
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"I love you, Camille. You are my world and I can't wait to hold you and be your man" translates to "Jeg elsker deg, Camille. Du er min verden, og jeg lengter etter Ã¥ klemme deg og vÃ¦re din mann" in Norwegian.
live: leve laugh: le love: elske As a complete expression you would need to modify it a little: "å leve, le og elske" = "to live, laugh and love"
The best way to say "I love you" in Norwegian is probably "Jeg er glad i deg". The words "er glad i" corresponds very well with the English word "love", and the feeling is the same as when you say "I love you" in a friendly way to someone. "Glad" means "happy" in English, directly translated. or Jeg elsker deg. This is almost like saying "I really love you" in English and expresses strong love… Read More
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