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Love

In this lesson, we will cover the love words and expressions in Turkish. In English, you can use words like 'honey, darling, sweetheart' to call the person you love. Let's start with a list of love words used to call the person you love in Turkish. A general point here is that you always use these words with possession in Turkish. Instead of saying 'honey', the word you use in Turkish means 'my honey'. I will also give the direct translations of these words to English. Although the meaning of some of these words may seem strange, they can all be used to call the person you love.

Turkish English
aşkım

my love

canım my life
bi tanem my only one
hayatım my life
sevgilim my darling
balım my honey
tatlım my sweety (used for girls)
güzelim my beautiful (used for girls)
çiçeğim my flower (used for girls)
gülüm my rose (used for girls)
meleğim my angel (used for girls)

 

Now, let's see some common love phrases in Turkish and their meanings:

Turkish English
Seni seviyorum.

I love you.

Seni çok seviyorum. I love you very much.
Senden çok hoşlanıyorum. I like you very much.
Benimle çıkar mısın? Would you like to go out with me?
Benimle dans eder misin? Would you like to dance with me?
Benimle evlenir misin? Will you marry me?
Evlenme teklifi. Marriage proposal.
Nişanlı Fiancee
Rüyalarımın erkeğisin/kadınısın. You are the man/woman of my dreams.
Seninle olmak istiyorum. I want to be with you.
Seninle kalmak istiyorum. I want to stay with you.
Seni çok özlüyorum. I am missing you very much.
Seni çok özledim. I missed you very much.
Biraz daha kalabilir misin? Can you stay a little longer?
Seni bir daha ne zaman göreceğim? When will I see you next?
Bir yerlerde buluşalım. Let's meet somewhere.
Seni görmek istiyorum. I want to see you.
Çok güzelsin. You are very beautiful.

 

Now, time to use what you learned.

 

 


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