How to Say I love you in zimbabwe

Love encompasses a range of strong and positive emotional and mental states, from the most sublime virtue or good habit, the deepest interpersonal affection, to the simplest pleasure.

How To Say ‘I Love You In Shona + Other Romantic Phrases

how to say I love you in Shona

Wondering how to say ‘I love you’ in Shona? You’re in the right place.

Saying ‘I love you’ can be both scary and exciting and even more so in a new language!

If you want to know how to say ‘I love you’ and other romantic phrases in the Zimbabwean language of Shona, then read on.

How To Say ‘I Love You In Zimbabwe

To tell someone that you love them in Zimbabwe, use the Shona phrase:

I love youNdinokuda

Check out the video below to hear the pronunciation of this phrase:

Romantic Phrases & Terms of Endearment in Shona

Try these other romantic phrases and terms of endearment including how to say ‘I miss you’ in Shona.

I love you so muchNdinokudisisa
I love you tooNdinokudawo
I love you with all my heartNdinokuda nemoyo wangu wese
I miss youNdakusuwa
I miss you tooNdakusuwawo
You are beautifulWakanaka
My darling/my loveMudiwa wangu

How do you say goodnight in Zimbabwe?

A collection of useful phrases in Shona, a Bantu language spoken mainly in Zimbabwe.
Useful Shona phrases.

EnglishchiShona (Shona)
Good nightUrare zvakanaka (sg) Murare Zvakanaka (pl)
Goodbye (Parting phrases)Sara Zvakanaka (sg) Sariayi Zvakanaka (pl)

How do you say you are beautiful in Zimbabwe?

A beautiful person is called “nzhololo”. To say Im beautiful, you would say “nne ndo naka” in Tshivenda.

How do you say thank you in Shona Zimbabwe?

Maita Basa (Thank You) in Shona!

How do Zimbabweans greet?

The common greeting is a firm handshake with the right hand. This may linger for longer than you are accustomed to. Some Zimbabweans may slide their hands up to grasp each other’s thumbs during the handshake. The traditional greeting involves a clap after the handshake.