How to say "I love you" in Modern Greek?

Discussion in 'Ελληνικά (Greek)' started by Penta, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. Penta New Member

    US and English

    Okay, in looking up Greek (and finding helpful sites that transliterated from Greek to Greeklish), I was able to find 'I love you' fairly easily. S'Agapo.

    But, how do I say 'I love you, too' in Greek? That I could never find.

    Also, trying to figure out something more broadly:

    For some collaborative writing I do, there are two boys. Around 9. In a spaceborne military school. They've come to consider themselves brothers, regardless of whether they're related by blood or not.

    Greek, I know, has plenty of words to describe relationships with.

    In modern Greek, which word do I use for things like 'Silly brother' or 'I love you, brother'?
  2. Well, I have a terrible headache so I will answer your first question which is the only one I can understand at the moment...

    S'agapo or S'agapw (in greeklish) is written "Σ'αγαπώ" in Greek!
    It means "I love you"!
    You can also add here: "Σε λατρεύω" that means "I adore you"!
  3. marilou

    marilou Senior Member

    Penta, s'agapo in greek is I love you either if I feel you like my brother or I feel you like my lover...
    I love you too I think is "ke ego s'agapo"
  4. Tetina

    Tetina Senior Member

    Greece / greek
    S' agapo = Σ' αγαπώ is "I love you" for everyboby, lover, brother, child, friend etc.
    if you want to respond is "kego s' agapo" = Κι εγώ σ' αγαπώ (Κι = and / εγώ = i).
    Σ' αγαπώ, αδερφέ=S' agapo, aderfe = i love you, brother.
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