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Can you please translate 'I love you' to tamil

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By Anon on Monday, July 30, 2007 - 07:00 pm: Edit Post

Can you please translate 'I love you' to tamil. Reading the messages here has told me that Love in Tamil is Kadhal. Whats it for I Love You?

By nijham. A.cader on Monday, July 30, 2007 - 07:03 pm: Edit Post

i love u.means.....NAAN UNATHU ANPU...This is direct means but NAAN UNMEETHU ANPAIYULLAEN.THIS MEAN I LOVE YOU.

By Sarwanster on Monday, July 30, 2007 - 07:04 pm: Edit Post

In English the phrase " I love u" is meant different in different situation, Based on the context.

Example : Mom, I Love U. is interpret different from the saying " I Love U" to lover.

But In Tamizh, "Naan unnai kathalikkireen" is the sentence that can be situable only to say to Lover. There exists different word for the love in tamizh.

Example. 1. Naan unnai Kathalikkireen.
2. " " Virumburireen.
3. Naan unnitam anpu kolkireen.

Sentence 2 and 3 could be used in any context n situation.

But the sentence 1 can be used with the lover only.

By Sanjay on Monday, July 30, 2007 - 07:04 pm: Edit Post

to express love , we dont say " naan unnai kadhalikirain" though its the correct tamil translation for the word " I love You". Naan unnai kadhalikirain is of written language. Not in spoken language. We do say "naa unnai love panraein"

By KMSUNDARAM on Monday, July 30, 2007 - 07:05 pm: Edit Post

'I love you' in tamil means 'Unnai naan kadhalikkiren'. It could be used differently in different context, that means it could be used to your parents, child or children, brothers, sisters or lover and not necessaily lovers alone in English. In tamil " I love you " is used only to his or her lover.

By jawahar on Monday, July 30, 2007 - 07:06 pm: Edit Post

FOR I Love U it is "Nan Unnai KaDhalikiren"

By raju on Thursday, August 02, 2007 - 03:39 pm: Edit Post

Can anybody translate "i miss you" in tamil

By smilebigbig on Monday, October 26, 2009 - 02:43 am: Edit Post

I miss you is
Naan ungalai paarkathalai veithinai padurain.

I have another query, how do you say "I love you" in Tamil to teachers?

By pauleen peralta on Saturday, August 28, 2010 - 03:36 pm: Edit Post

what is the english translation of 'adapavi payale'?

By Anonymous on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 - 02:34 pm: Edit Post

what is the english translation of 'adapavi payale'? - you bad boy

By Anonymous on Saturday, September 24, 2011 - 01:56 am: Edit Post

can u translate this in egnlish 'Can u come back to me? im sorry..i miss you, can't live without u' Thanks -_-

By kyle morales on Monday, January 23, 2012 - 08:45 pm: Edit Post

what is the english translation of "kotachi"?

By Kaashish on Sunday, December 04, 2011 - 03:01 pm: Edit Post

What is 'U dont love me' in tamil?

By ronnasia on Wednesday, April 04, 2012 - 10:05 pm: Edit Post

Anand: Exotic alien-ness robbed from you? There are quite a few cross over South Indian afiilmes though. Where the langauge you speak in is also indicative of relationship or intimacy. Like when I speak Hindi with my sister. It was the language of the outside world brought home. km: We simply don't have the agility of UPites.Nilu: You try too hard. Get rude with people on your blog not mine. Pradeep: I think the idioms of a language can often determine the way one perceives ideas as well. (Or Chomsky wouldn't be selling so many books!) Language might be dynamic and created by users but it remains an entity that hints towards the evolution of ideas. It's only when you recognize that language is important that linguistic imperialism falls into a certain context.

By Raju on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 - 03:34 pm: Edit Post

'i miss u' unfortunately cant be exactly translated into tamil, which is why i had to coin a new word 'mizhakkiren' for that over 3 years ago. Google for that word to find my old blog post.

By Anonymous on Monday, October 01, 2012 - 09:21 am: Edit Post

Can you please translate " I need you because i love you?"

By vigneshsankar on Friday, January 10, 2014 - 07:52 am: Edit Post

love is very superb relationship between one to another......... love is really nice one but choosing is very important search and choose the best one in ur life..........wish u all the best.........

By aman on Monday, February 10, 2014 - 06:27 am: Edit Post

Please can somebody translate this to Tamil.. Pls pls...
"do you need me because you love me or you need me thats why like/love me."

By on Friday, June 06, 2014 - 12:56 pm: Edit Post

Translate u r my life in tamil

By Anonymous on Saturday, February 07, 2015 - 04:08 am: Edit Post

You are my life - நீ தான் என் வாழ்க்கை. (Needhaan En Vaalkkai)

By ltzram on Saturday, February 07, 2015 - 04:21 am: Edit Post

Can u come back to me? im sorry..i miss you, can't live without u

Translation - "என்னை மன்னித்து விடு..நான் உன்னை மிகவும் இழக்கிறேன்... என்னால் நீ இல்லாமல் வாழ முடியாது."

Transliteration - "Ennai mannitthu vidu.. Naan unnai migavum miss pannurgiren..Ennaal nee illaamal vaala mudiyaadhu"

The above given translation and transliteration is a pure tamil language which will be used only while writing.. But the actual pronunciation while speaking differs almost 50% from the written style of this language.

"Ennai mannitthu vidu.. Naan unnai migavum miss Ilakkuren..Ennaal nee illaamal vaala mudiyaadhu" will be pronounced as

"Ennai mannnichidu..Naan unnai roma miss pandren.. Ennala nee illama vaala mudiyadhu."

Source: I am a Tamil translator working for L Translation Zone.

By Suji Sittampalam on Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 02:47 pm: Edit Post

In Tamil, there are variety of meaning for the word 'LOVE'. In general kAthal (here capital letter is used for the long vowel in Tamil. Like kA = car - r). kAthal is 'Love' between two persons; in general opposite gender.

However, there are more meanings for just 'Love'. (For example a bond between Parents - Children is pAsam; God - Devotee is pakthi; and so on).
I assume, the situation here is two persons are going to make their own family and on the very initial stage, they like each other and 'love' each other.
So, the appropriate translation here in Tamil for 'I Love You' is 'nAn unnai kAthalikkiREn'
(Here again, capiton 'A' means long vowel, and 'RE' is just as in 'ra' ven).
Even though, in Tamil films and in Tamil songs they say, this wordings to each other; in real life, it won't be like that. Mostly, it won't happen that way or say that way. Showing passion is the key to understand that they fall in love each other.

When one is other than Tamil then, it is OK to say nAn unnai kAthalikkREn. It is acceptable.

However, there is another way to say 'I love you' to her/him. That is in writing. Giving/Sending a greeting card in which, state your desire in writing in your common language, - of course she/he should understand a common language. To develop a friendship, there should be a common language -; if that is not possible; then, just Give/Send a card or more appropriate give her/him a small gift with a card showing the text 'nAn unnai kAthalikkiREn' or more approprite in Tamil text and write with hand. It will give her/him more impression.

Here, I could not write Tamil text. So, I wrote the exact line 'I Love You' in Tamil text and uploaded as a photo. The link is below:


By Zahid ansari on Monday, August 17, 2015 - 08:38 am: Edit Post

Plz transalate diz
Unnai,marathappatharkaa unnai,pirinther aanaal,ovvuru nodiyum unnai ninaikkire

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