You are finally ready to tell your Spanish girlfriend or boyfriend you love them. Hopefully they feel the same way, but just in case here are several different phrases you can say leading up to the L word. Many Spanish speaking countries always refer and speak to their significant other as “my love”. From “good morning my love” to “goodnight my love”, it can sometimes be used more often than their actual name.
My Love – “Te amo”
Spanish My Love Phrases
Mi amor – This is the most popular way to say My Love
Te quiero – This translates to “I Want You”, but is often used to express I love you.
Te amo – This is the more formal way to say I love you.
Me caes bien – If you just started your relationship, it may be better to say I like you before dropping the Love bomb.
Estoy loco a por ti – Another fun way to express your feelings is by saying I’m crazy about you.
Spanish speaking countries love expressing their feelings so using some of these common phrases will take your relationship to the next level.
Examples of using “my love” in Spanish:
1. Good morning my love. – “Buenos días mi amor.”
2. How was your day my love. – “Cómo fue su día mi amor.”
3. Will you marry me my love? – “¿Te casarías conmigo mi amor?”
4. I’ll meet you after work for drinks my love. – “Te veré después del trabajo para beber mi amor.”
5. What are you doing my love – Que estas haciendo mi amor
Situations on when to say my love in Spanish
In Spanish, there are numerous ways to say My Love that go beyond just saying “Te amo.” Here are some other romantic phrases to express your feelings:
1. Mi alma – This phrase translates literally as “my soul” and conveys the deep connection between two lovers. It implies a deep understanding and appreciation for each other that transcends mere words.
2. Mi corazón – This phrase means “my heart” and expresses similar sentiments as mi alma but with an emphasis on the physical aspect of love rather than its spiritual side.
3. Cariño mío – This term translates as “my darling” or “my sweetheart” which makes it perfect for expressing endearment towards someone special in your life.
4. Querido/a mío/a – This expression means both “dear mine” or simply “beloved mine,” making it appropriate for expressing love in any context whether formal or informal – either way you will show how much they mean to you!
5. Amor de mi vida -This phrase directly translates into English as “love of my life” and is used to describe a person who has become deeply important to another’s existence, often times referring specifically to one’s spouse or significant other who occupies a major part of their heart!
6. Precioso/a mio/a– Meaning “precious mine,” this term works well when wanting to convey affection while still maintaining an air of respect towards someone special in your life whether they be family member friend or lover alike!
7. Tesoro mio– Directly translating into English as “treasure mine,” this expression is usually reserved for those whom we hold nearest our heartssuch as partners spouses children etc.- signifying just how valuable they truly are!
8. Mi tesoro– Similar meaning yet slightly different than the previous example; this time around instead focusing more on the idea that said individual holds great personal value within our lives- so much so that we’d consider them invaluable treasures indeed!
9. Corazoncito mio– Translating directly into English as “little heart mine,” this term works best when addressing somebody close whom you wish only good things upon- like a child sibling parent etc.- wishing them all happiness from yours truly (you).
10. Estrella de mi cielo– Literal translation being “star of my sky”, this expression carries with it connotations related not only too pure admiration but also protection; letting whoever hears know that no matter what happens you’ll always have their back no questions asked!