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  • Mary 2 years ago

    Great Article,

    Based on your advices I surprised my husband and he was impressed.

    I'm calling him now "Puiul meu", it's just that I did not know exactly how to pronounce it.

    Thank you very much

    While searching I also found a complementary article at

    http://www.learnro.com/romanian-love

  • roger 2 years ago

    looks like they broke some of the character encoding with the migration to hubpages. would be nice to get that fixed.

  • Georgiana 3 years ago

    I should have say, is more correct to say like this:

    scumpa mea, ingerasul meu

    Is not so direct translation.

  • Jolene 3 years ago

    It really helps me. \(^u^)/

    Every time when I'm writing with him and send him something Romanian, he writes back in Romanian, and it's usually very sweet.

    You need a reason to learn a language, and he's mine

  • Hannah 3 years ago

    This is so amazing and helpful! My boyfriend is romanian and I am head over heels in love with him. I said some of these phrases to him and he was ecstatic!! Thank you so much!

  • Georgiana 3 years ago

    "Scumpul meu ingeras" for a girl

  • AngeGardien 3 years ago

    @anonymous: I believe they got it backwards...

    I am not Romanian but from talking with a Romanian "friend" (-; (-; (-; of mine:

    - An ending with "ul" is for a guy, "a" for a woman.

    - "meu" is "mine" for a guy, "mea" is "mine for a girl...

    So I believe he was absolutely right, you should have said "scumpul meu" and he would have said "scumpa mea" to you..

    I believe the following entries should be used like this:

    Ingerasul meu = My little angel (for a guy)

    Dragostea mea = My love (for a girl)

    As for that "friend" or mine, I call her

    "scumpa mea ingeraÈa"

    which I believe means my sweet/precious little angel...

    I believe the equivalent for a guy would be

    "scumpul meu ingerasul"

    La revedere!

  • AngeGardien 3 years ago

    @anonymous: I believe they got it backwards...

    I am not Romanian but from talking with a Romanian "friend" (-; (-; (-; of mine:

    - An ending with "ul" is for a guy, "a" for a woman.

    - "meu" is "mine" for a guy, "mea" is "mine for a girl...

    So I believe he was absolutely right, you should have said "scumpul meu" and he would have said "scumpa mea" to you..

    I believe the following entries should be used like this:

    Ingerasul meu = My little angel (for a guy)

    Dragostea mea = My love (for a girl)

    As for that "friend" or mine, I call her

    "scumpa mea ingeraÈa"

    which I believe means my sweet/precious little angel...

    I believe the equivalent for a guy would be

    "scumpul meu ingerasul"

    La revedere!

  • vagabondista 4 years ago

    @Deeds-Gary: "Vrei sa iesi cu mine de sfantul Valentin?" good luck!

  • Deeds-Gary 4 years ago

    With Valentine's Day coming up I was wondering how you would ask a Romanian Girl to be your Valentine for Valentines Day?

  • MICHIO 4 years ago

    @MICHIO: printesa........ Ooops

  • MICHIO 4 years ago

    @anonymous: noapte buna prinÈesÄ Starlight...... is how I would say this.

    MIKLO

  • anonymous 4 years ago

    I told my boyfriend who is Romanian Scumpa mea and he said he felt like that was wrong, like that is what he would say. He is a little rough around the edges in regards to he Romanian because he hasn't lived there since he was 10, but I was wondering what is actually correct? I really love using this site! It has made us be able to be a lot closer. Thanks!

  • anonymous 4 years ago

    i have a friend who i refer to as starlight .... i do not trust Google translate, how would i say good night princess starlight in the right way . can anybody help

  • anonymous 4 years ago

    @MICHIO: The subject -- "eu" (I) in this case -- is implied by the verb and is optional. So "Eu the iubesc" and "The iubesc" are equivalent.

  • MICHIO 5 years ago

    Something I always find interesting in any language is how different people say things, for example one time my girlfriend and I were watching a movie in English and she asked me what was said. I told her I didn't know and she said but it was English and I said yes but some people speak English and I can't understand. Another thing is most people say The iubesc= I love you in Romanian but my girlfriend taught me that she writes it Eu the iubesc=I love you. So I think it depends who is teaching us and we will say and write as they do. I really like this site.

    MIKLO

  • MICHIO 5 years ago

    @anonymous: Jess, Happy you are here.I suppose there are several ways to say things in any language, and I have no doubt that the way this is written would be understood. I think if I was gonna say the phrase I love you like crazy, I would write this way=The iubesc ca un nebun. Im thinking of you is exactly how I would say that phrase. Please I'm no expert Im just trying to share my own experience and hope this can help you or anyone else .BTW Romanian is the most difficult language to learn in my opinion, having its roots from Latin among others.

    MIKLO

  • anonymous 5 years ago

    @anonymous: hahah this is what happened to me and my current boyfriend. The intensity of it is like no other. We've been together for awhile now and it certainly was 'love at first sight' indeed. All the way down to the WAY we met. *sigh* either Romanians exude some kind of special love that others around them instantly fall in love with, or we are just some lucky people who were able to come across our soul mates who just happen to be romanian :) (most likely the 2nd option hehe). Either way, this page is SO wonderful for making it a little easier for non romanians 'like us' to communicate with the loves of our lives. <3

  • anonymous 6 years ago

    To the foregoing I add: I don't know if this is "attitude" or "other", but Romanians seem to combine the intensity of Spaniards with the whimsy of Brazilians, and it's fascinating.

  • anonymous 5 years ago

    I used: Ma gandesc la tine = I'm thinking of you and The iubesc la nebunie = I love you like crazy. I just added 'Si' before Te iubesc la nebunie, in order to make it flow well when used in a sentence together :) ultimately saying, "I'm thinking of you and I love you like crazy". Thank you for the translations!! I love them and my extremely handsome romanian boyfriend loves getting/hearing them! He says I'm getting better at learning how to speak in romanian hehe

  • anonymous 5 years ago

    Hey this rocks,just what I'm looking for

  • sibian 5 years ago

    Foarte frumoase traduceri, foarte inspirate.

    Very nice translations, some of them I wouldn't have thought of, even after 17 years in Australia and using English daily.

    Great lens

  • anonymous 5 years ago

    is really great thank u

  • anonymous 5 years ago

    very help full but would like to know how to say to loved one in romanian, do you have any suggestions?

  • anonymous 5 years ago

    yeah really awsom=)

  • anonymous 5 years ago

    It's awesome, the love of my life is Romanian and with this I can tell her how much I love her in Romanian, besides English :)

  • anonymous 5 years ago

    It's awesome, the love of my life is Romanian and with this I can tell her how much I love her in Romanian, besides English :)

  • anonymous 5 years ago

    I really like this. this is what i wanted.

  • anonymous 5 years ago

    Thank you very much! It helped me a lot! Sarumana!

  • anonymous 5 years ago

    @anonymous: romanian people make u feel love at first sight or what.? i felt in love with a romanian guy too love at first sight a year ago. haha i never was in romania but i wanna go one time with him. i am learning a bit this language and i am happy that there are pages like this one, so you can learn phrases to write in a message or something like this ;)

  • anonymous 6 years ago

    esti frate dragostea= Love you brother......So I would agree with other person that posted answer.Often its hard to use phrases back and forth,and also my Romanian is not perfect,I know enough to just get in trouble sometimes.LOL

    MICHIO

  • anonymous 6 years ago

    @anonymous: My roots are on the wrong side of the Danube fr this, but it looks like a misspelled attempt to say, "It's brotherly love". Find out from someone who actually knows, though.

  • anonymous 6 years ago

    HI can you help me please, i found a piece of paper in my husbands room with these phrases written down est frarte dargostea. do u have any idea what it means please write back. thank you.

  • anonymous 6 years ago

    @anonymous: yess buddy it happened with me too..i can understand my girl friend is romanian too.. please do me a favour and sort some things out if you may.thank you

  • anonymous 6 years ago

    i am trying to learn this beautiful language so i can communicate better with my partner and her family, very helpful site- i need work on the grammar, and i need a miracle to happen if im going to ever pronounce it correctly :P

  • anonymous 6 years ago

    I fell in love with a beautiful sweet Romanian girl 3 years ago,I have visited Romania 6 or 8 times and I have come to really like the people,the food and OFC the country.Romanian people understand how to enjoy life and they are friendly and helpful,I never believed in love at first site but that's what happened to me the first time I saw her lovely eyes and then she smiled and that's was it. If you have never visited Romania do yourself a favor and go,I promise you will like very much and want to go back soon.

    MICHIO

  • anonymous 6 years ago

    I'm half Bulgarian, and it's clear to me you guys are having more fun north of the Danube.

  • anonymous 6 years ago

    It is very helpful site, my boyfriend is Romanian. Now i can learn myself some lovely romantic words for him, I'm sure he gonna be very surprise =)

  • anonymous 7 years ago

    A very helpful site, I am trying hard to learn Romanian for my partner , he is from Timisoara, its really going to make my valentine , even more special now that I can say something loving,in such a beautiful language. I wish I could pronounce the words better.

    My nick name is Siameza.

  • anonymous 7 years ago

    This page is very useful for those who want to convey their feelings to some one whom they love

  • anonymous 7 years ago

    very nice site. my girlfriend is romanian and she is the most beautiful girl in the world and this site is very helpful.......

  • anonymous 7 years ago

    thank you! ;)

  • anonymous 7 years ago

    Thanks a lot!! this site is awesome,, my boyfriend is a Romanian,,i wanna give him surprise..hehe,,

  • anonymous 7 years ago

    I want to know him more and show him how much I love him by learning his language....and this site is helping a lot...

  • anonymous 7 years ago

    thanks so much for making this site.. i feel so lucky that i found this site.. i have a Romanian boyfriend and i love him so much.. i wanna make him to love me more and more, but i don't know how.. but now, with these lovely phrases, i can surprise him.. and he's going to love me more! :)))) i love this site!!! â¥â¥â¥â¥â¥

  • anonymous 8 years ago

    So glad i found this site i have been with my Romanian boyfriend for over 2years now and find it difficult learning the language but i love these sayings and i will make sure i learn them so every time i talk to him i can surprise him with something new :)

  • anonymous 8 years ago

    I'm actually dating a Romanian girl (I'm a guy, though my name is Courtney) and it's the best thing that has ever happened to me. These phrases helps a lot sending SMS to her.

  • julieannbrady 8 years ago

    Welcome to the Everything Romanian and the Everything Eastern European Headquarters! I'd love to be able to speak Romanian and of course Hungarian!

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