\"Love lives here.\"

15:06 Nov 23, 2016
English to Hebrew translations [PRO]
Marketing - Other / Cultural reference
English term or phrase: \"Love lives here.\"
Tagline that appears on a community sign in a Midwestern American city.

"Love lives here" is meant to make the reader feel welcome, whether that's in someone's home or in a downtown district. When it appears on home decorations (throw pillows, coasters, picture frames, etc.), it's understood to mean "This is a welcoming home," "Everyone is welcome here," etc.

https://www.google.com/search?q=love lives here&espv=2&biw=1...

The tagline for this community sign will be printed in various languages, further conveying the idea that everyone is welcome in this city: speakers of any language, adherents to any religion, members of different races, etc.

Of course, a literal translation of "love lives here" may not sound natural, so the translation can be adapted if necessary.
Matthew Kushinka
United States
Local time: 08:16


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3כאן גרים בכיף
Yosef Noyman


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\"love lives here.\"
כאן גרים בכיף


Explanation:
This is a very familiar phrase in the Israeli culture (originaly on a door sign), with a bit of smile...
This position feeling of home, warmth, acceptance and love.
Figuratively, can be interpreted as the phrase requested.

Yosef Noyman
Israel
Local time: 15:16
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