I love you darling

Hebrew translation: Ani ohev/ohevet otakh/otkha yakiri/yekirati

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English term or phrase:I love you darling
Hebrew translation:Ani ohev/ohevet otakh/otkha yakiri/yekirati
Entered by: Sue Goldian

14:16 Jan 13, 2002
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: I love you darling
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Martha
Ani ohev/ohevet otakh/otkha yakiri/yekirati
Explanation:
Since Hebrew has a masculine and a feminine gender, there are a number of ways to translate the sentence, depending on whether the speaker and the object of his/her affection is male or female:
Ani = I
ohev = love (masculine)
ohevet = love (feminine)
otkha = you (masculine)
otakh = you (feminine)
yakiri = my darling (masculine)
yekirati = my darling (feminine)
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Sue Goldian
Local time: 11:47
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Thanks a lot
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5 +1Ani ohev/ohevet otakh/otkha yakiri/yekirati
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Ani ohev/ohevet otakh/otkha yakiri/yekirati


Explanation:
Since Hebrew has a masculine and a feminine gender, there are a number of ways to translate the sentence, depending on whether the speaker and the object of his/her affection is male or female:
Ani = I
ohev = love (masculine)
ohevet = love (feminine)
otkha = you (masculine)
otakh = you (feminine)
yakiri = my darling (masculine)
yekirati = my darling (feminine)

Sue Goldian
Local time: 11:47
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 50
Grading comment
Thanks a lot

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