How to Say I Love You in 13 Fictional Languages

By Heather Keane

Posted on February 9, 2017 in Fun Stuff with tags Comics, Fantasy, Film, Game of Thrones, Science Fiction, Television

At Hodderscape Towers, we don’t do Hallmark Valentines. We get the galactic dictionaries out and learn a new geeky language, and woo our beloved on the day by telling them, “I love you” in Dothraki, or Klingon, or Wookie. We propose in Elvish, and we officiate our weddings with a passionate Thu’um. Here’s a list of romantic phrases in fictional languages from Star Wars, Game of Thrones, and some more of our favourite sci-fi and fantasy books, TV shows, games and films.

1. Shyriiwook (Wookie) – Star Wars

Valentines – wookie How to say I Love You

2. Ewokese – Star Wars

Valentines – Ewok how to say i love you

3. Huttese – Star Wars

Valentines – Huttese how to say i love you

4. Klingon – Star Trek

Valentines – Klingon how to say i love you

Pronounced bahng-WI’ shokh, this translates as “you are my love.”

5. Vulcan – Star Trek

Valentines – Vulcan how to say i love you

6. Sindarin (Elvish) – Lord of the Rings

Valentines – Elvish how to say i love you

7. Khuzdul (Dwarvish) – Lord of the Rings

Valentines – Dwarvish how to say i love you

Or another Khuzdul phrase…

Valentines – Dwarvish how to say i love you

… that translates as “you mean more to me than my beard.”

8. Dothraki – Game of Thrones

Valentines – Dothraki how to say i love you

9. Dovahzul (Dragon) – Skyrim

Valentines – Dovahzul how to say I love you

Which translates rather beautifully as “I burn for you.”

10. Trigedasleng (Grounders) – The 100

Valentines – The 100 how to say i love you

11. Na’Vi – Avatar

Valentines – Avatar how to say i love you

12. Furbish – the language of Furbies

Valentines – Furby how to say i love you

13. Groot – Guardians of the Galaxy

Valentines – Groot how to say i love you

 

If you really want to smash this Valentines, check out our collection of geeky Valentine’s day cards. Go forth and romance, fellow nerds.

 

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