translate Love in irish, french, german?

can you translate LOVE in irish and french and german

and also the name "Dayne"


..Sorry but i forgot a name..

Dayne i have on there but also Cheri

4 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    I don't know what it is in either Irish or french, but I think in german it is wiener sticker.

    Source(s): **** I'm serious!
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Irish = Gra

    French= amour

    German= Liebe ( I think )

  • 1 decade ago

    Aimer is one of the most common French verbs. It is a regular -ER verb, requires avoir in the compound tenses, and can mean "to like" or "to love." There is a little bit of a trick to using aimer correctly with people and direct object pronouns which you will learn about in this lesson. Using aimer

    Aimer means "to like" or "to love" when followed by a noun or infinitive. J'aime Paris=I love Paris

    Il aime les chats=He likes cats

    Aimes-tu voyager ?=Do you like to travel?

    When aimer is followed by a person, it means "to love" or "to be in love with." You can use aimer to mean simply "love" with your family, but with other people, it means "in love," so if that's not what you mean, you will need to qualify it (see below).

    J'aime Luc (mon frère)

    I love Luc (my brother)

    Il aime Chantal=He's in love with Chantal

    Je t'aime !=I love you!

    To say that you "like" or are "fond of" someone, qualify aimer with an adverb, such as assez, bien, or beaucoup.

    English =Deutsch

    I love you.= Ich liebe dich. liebe is love

    >>love<< in Gaelic...IRISH


    love = n grá m4

    love = vt bheith i ngrá le

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Irish - I'll punch yoor fecking head in

    French - L'amour

    German - Liebe

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