Love Language

Spanish love language
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Lenguaje del amor

Spanish is a Romance language, which means it must be romantic, right? Here's the most romantic Spanish vocabulary of all. ūüôā

I love you Te quiero, Te amo
Will you marry me? ¬ŅQuieres casarte conmigo?
   
Loving people  
boyfriend el novio
girlfriend el novia
fianc√© el novio, la novia
friend el amigo, la amiga
husband el marido, el esposo
lover un amante, una amante
wife la mujer, la esposa
dear, sweetheart   querido, querida
(mi) amor
   
Loving occasions  
engagement el compromiso
honeymoon la luna de miel
marriage el matrimonio
Valentine’s Day   el d√≠a de San Valent√≠n
wedding   la boda, las bodas
wedding anniversary el aniversario de bodas
   
Loving verbs (click for conjugations)
to date citar
salir con
to get engaged comprometerse
to be engaged estar comprometido
to get married casarse
   
kiss un beso
hug un abrazo

 Note: Novio and novia can be used for boy/girlfriend as well as for fianc√©, so you need to pay attention to the context in order to know which one the speaker means.

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