How to say I love you in Limbu and other word meaning

To say I love you in Limbu language you can say Anga kheni charek asrak thang or Aalungma Ketuk vaninchha or Angga hene asaratang bhancha.

I love you in different languages

To say you are very beautiful you can say khene numa kewa / khene numa kejoka.
khene (खेने) – You are
numa kejoka (नुमा केजोक्) – beautiful
you can also say khene numa kejoka खेने चारिक् नुमा केजोक् ।

Subha bibah तेन्धामगेन् नो:मेख्खिम

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My love: Aamimma (My – Aa, Love – Mimma)
Husband: Himsaba
wife: Himsama

Greetings in Limbu language:

Sewaro: Namaste

Realationship in Limbu language:

Grandfather: Theba/ Thetthe
Grandmother: Yuma
Dad: Pa/Pappa/Panuding
Mom: Ma/Manna/Manuding
Elder sister: Aanay
Younger sister: Ansai
Elder brother: Ampoy
Younger brother: Ansa
Uncle: Phangai
Phupa: Kwadhare
Phupu/Maiju: Nenya/ Nya
Mama: Kwaa
Bhadai/ Bhatij: Pegna / Nakpe
Bhadaini: Nakma
Chyama/ Kaki: Suma/Sima
Bhanji: Lamsama/ Lamsa.ei/ Nessa
Bhanja / Bhatija: Lamsaba/ Lamsa.ei/ Nusa

Limbu language word meaning:

Are you well: Nure Tase
Beautiful: Numa
Big: Yamba
Bye: alaa sendino
Cold: Chungjiktae
Corn: Maaki
Eye: Mik
Ear: Nebak
Good: Nuba
Hot: Hawasekthae
Money: Yang
Nose: Nebo
King: Hang
Let’s dance: Lakhiro alla
Little: Chubey chubey
Queen: Hangma
Rice: Tak
Sour: Ksupaa
Sweet: Kaelimba
Thank you: Nugen
To sit: Yungai
To get: Tarewa
Water: Chuwa

What is your name?
khene kamid the be ?
खेने केमिड़ थे बे ?

My name is …
anga ahming
आङ्गा आमिङ …

Where are you from ? / where is your house?
khene khim aatibe?
खेने केहीम आत्तिबे ?

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