The 100 love languages

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Lanolin

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Lets see if we can say the word 'love' in over 100 languages.

Ok here is number one.

1. AROHA

The language that comes from is Maori.
 

Dino246

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I thought that was Chinese person speaking Hawaiian. ;)

'Amour' - French
 

Lynx

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#10
Love in any language
Straight from the heart
Pulls us all together
Never apart
And when we learn to speak it
All the world will hear
Love in any language
Fluently spoken here
 

mar09

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#11
There are various words in our many local languages that mean “Love.”

As a noun, here are a few:
Mahal, Pagmamahal, Pagsintá, Pag-irog (Tagalog)
Gúgma (Cebuano)
Amór (Chavacano)
Ayatén (Ilokano)
Chadaw (Ivatan)
Dálit (Pangasinan)
 

Deade

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If nobody else will, I will! Greek:

Love = G25
ἀγαπάω
agapaō
ag-ap-ah'-o
Perhaps from ἄγαν agan (much; or compare [H5689]); to love (in a social or moral sense): - (be-) love (-ed). Compare G5368. :cool: