Romance-Languages

Romance Languages

Engulfed in the wind of enchantment

Bathing in the cloud of love

The arrows of romance fired at me

Speaking languages I never imagined

Stay with me forever

So I may dance only to your tune

There are five most spoken romance languages according to Wikipedia. They are…French, Spanish, Romanian, Portuguese, and Italian. I suggest you have a language you speak to someone you hold special in your heart.

This only symbolizes their uniqueness; even without them understanding it; the weight of the emotion behind the conversations would say it all. It’s interesting when you add a theme to your relationship either in marriage or courtship period; your partner would feel like the cutest baby in the world when you speak the language occasionally with a beautiful smile on your face and flower to go with it for the women and for the men; you as a woman could convey it while presenting your naughtiness.

  1. Le doy mi corazón y mi alma a amarte (I give my heart and soul to loving you)- Spanish
  2. Je veuxme noyerdanston arôme (I want to drown myself in your aroma) –French
  3. Ești cel maisexy lucrupe care trebuiesă-l facivreodată pe această planetă (You are the sexiest thing ever to walk this planet)– Romanian
  4. Il tuobustoaccendefiammenelmiocuore (Your torso sparks flames in my heart) –Italian
  5. Você é maisbonitaquetodasas estrelasno céu (You are prettier than the stars in the sky) –Portuguese

You can say short phrases if you find it difficult expressing a sentence.

Te amo (I love you) Italian

Ma séductrice (My seductress) French

Tu ești lumeamea (You are my world)  Romanian

So I hope I worked up your appetite for romance on another continent. You can come up with something of your own as long as you try a seductive, romantic language.

I wish you the best.

 

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20 thoughts on “Romance Languages”

  1. This is Interesting Eddaz. This post reminds me of my ex Romanian boyfriend, It thrilled me when he spoke he’s language. I agree with you about speaking a different language especially Italian which sounds very romantic…

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  2. I yearn to learn another language, but I can never seem to settle on one. Greek, Italian, and Portuguese top my list. There’s also Spanish and German. I’d learn Latin if it were still being taught anywhere.

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  3. Same with me but I kind of settled with French and hope I get better as time goes by. I don’t know either if Latin is taught anywhere but Spanish sounds interesting and I think might be a bit easy to learn💟

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  4. I got lumbered with French in high school and I didn’t like it at all. I was always so much better at German, but they wouldn’t let me take that as my language. Latin isn’t taught in school anymore as it’s a defunct language. Outside the Roman Catholic Church it’s only spoken in phrases and even half of those are incorrect (“Carpe Diem” for example). It’s a shame really.

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