101 Spanish Love/Romantic Phrases


1)Te quiero (mucho).- I love you (a lot / very much).

2) Te amo (mucho).- I love you (a lot / very much). – More serious

3) Eres mi todo. – You are my everything.

4) Eres el amor de mi vida.- You are the love of my life.

5) Te quiero con todo mi alma.- I love you with all of my soul.

6) Cada diํa te quiero mas. – Each day I love you more.

7) Estoy enamorado(a) de ti. – I’m in love with you.

8) Soy feliz de compartir cada  instante de mi vida a tu lado. – I’m happy to share each moment of my life by your side.

9) Besarte es como ver las estrellas. – To kiss you is like seeing stars.

10) Tu amor vale mas que millones de estrellas. – Your love is worth more than a million stars.

11) Tu amor me inspira,  tu ternura me conmueve  y tus besos me enloquecen. – Your love inspires me, your tenderness touches me and your kisses drive me crazy.

12) Tarda una hora en conocerte y solo un dia en enamorarme. Pero me llevará toda una vida poder olvidarte. – It took me an hour to know you and only a day to fall in love. But it will take me a lifetime to be able to forget you.



1) Tienes novia(o)? – Do you have a girlfriend (boyfriend)?

2) He estado pensando en ti. – I’ve been thinking about you.

3) Pienso en ti todo el tiempo. – I think about you all the time.

4) Solo puedo pensar en ti. – I  can only think of you.

5) Soy muy afortunado(a) de conocerte. – I’m very fortunate to know you.

6) Eres muy linda(o). – You are very pretty / lovely.

7) Eres muy sexy. – You’re very sexy.

8) Me gustas (mucho). – I like you (a lot).

9) Me haces (mucha) falta. – I miss you (a lot).

10) Me vuelves loco(a). – You drive me crazy.

11) Estoy loco(a) por ti. – I’m crazy for you.

12) Te adoro. – I adore you.

13) Te deseo. – I want / desire you.

14) Eres divina(o). – You are divine.

15) Eres espectacular. – You are spectacular.

16) Tienes los ojos mas bonitos del mundo. – You have the prettiest eyes in the world.

17) Tienes una sonrisa muy hermosa. – You have a very beautiful / lovely smile.

18) Eres la persona mas maravillosa del mundo. – You are the most wonderful
person in the world.

19) Tu ternura me encanta. – I love your tenderness / softness.

20) Cada hora que paso contigo me parece un segundo. – Each hour that passes with you seems like a second.

21) Una sonrisa tuya me hace inmensamente feliz. – A smile of yours makes
me immensely happy.

22) No puedo esperar a verte. – I can’t wait to see you.

23) Mamacita rica – A very pretty (and hot) girl

24) Papacito rico – A very handsome (and hot) guy

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163 responses to “101 Spanish Love/Romantic Phrases

  1. i actually like this… am enjoying it… can there be words from the education sector please…

  2. Gracias!!!!

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  7. king of the moment

    you have helped me a lot thank you my friend

  8. Mi placer!

  9. What does corona mean (not the beer)

  10. I have liked this friend. Thanks.

  11. very nice, but i’d like to hear a little bit more about education, if you please. 🙂

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  13. I love all of this I do

  14. I Love it! Gracias!

  15. I’m in love with spanish….so romantinc

  16. it was very inspiring .

  17. Sylvia Masese

    This is cool…..i’ve been learning spanish on my own and now i guess i’m getting advanced as far as romantic matters are concerned.Gracias muchas por tu ayuda.

  18. You have Papacito Rico meaning a very handsome and hot guy. But the literal translation is rich daddy!! What’s the deal, Papacito?

    • Yeah I am going to have to say you are right to a point. “Rico” means rich for sure. However, I think the connotation for daddy is a little different in English than in Spanish. In English calling someone that is your boyfriend daddy is kind of weird and even obscene. Papacito is perfectly acceptable in Spanish even though it literally means daddy. The “ito” of course is the diminutive so actually “papa” means daddy and “papacito” would mean little daddy literally but actually is just a more familiar way of saying daddy. English doesn’t have the same sort of diminutive and I sometimes have a hard time explaining the diminutive to none Spanish speakers. Overall, the
      literal translation doesn’t quite work. I would say “rich hot guy” is more what Papacito Rico means in English. Its a tough phrase to translate overall. My Spanish name is “Hugo” and my family calls me “Hugito” and it has a feeling that is difficult for me to explain. Its a more familiar version of Hugo but its also a kind of cute way of saying Hugo. Anyway, pretty Spanish girls can call me papacito any time!

      • So, my girlfriend (she’s from Mexico City) says “mamacita rica” is actually viewed as a derogatory term… Curious why you have it listed as “romantic”? Luckily, she did not get mad at me as she knows my spanish is not good at all.

      • Sorry but I personally think your girlfriend is just uptight! I had a girlfriend from Monterey, Mexico a long time ago and she wouldn’t have minded me using that expression when with her at all. However, it is a term you would use when flirting and I wouldn’t suggest using the term on total strangers.

      • I dont mean to be rude but I am fluent in english and spanish and “Rico” also means good or delicious

      • Of course, but this is a list of love/romantic phrases! Words have multiple meanings that are in turn dependent on context!

    • No it doesn’t. You wouldn’t call your father big daddy. It’s the same thing. It’s a sexual way of talking to a man. It translates to tasty (ito=younger) daddy. Just like when men say hey mama bring your sweet ass over here )not the guys I date). Rico can so mean tasty as in food. Language evokes in each country to mix with the other languages there. In US and other countries this is how it’s used.

  19. lovely

  20. are you in spain ?

    • Actually I learned Spanish from my mom who is from Peru and growing up in Venezuela, Argentina and Peru! I have only been in Spain once and it was lovely but its hard to get a good job there right now.

  21. Esta bien nice

  22. Thanks for this! My boyfriend is Spanish so I like to tell him sweet/ romantic things in Spanish sometimes and this was very helpful! Gracias!!(:

  23. wow whoever made up this phrases is spectacular (eres espectcular)

  24. So honestly I just started seeing a guy that came from Mexico like 10months ago, he is (super sweet and) decent in English and he tries very hard by only texting me in English and you know trying to learn more of the language but I feel messed up that I seriously suck at Spanish I’m half Ecuadorian and Mexican but never really spoke Spanish so I wanna thank you for posting these up. I have trouble expressing myself in Spanish and really appreciate the amount of phrases I can now tell him 😄😊 Thanks again!

  25. Hi I’m very opsessed with spanish portugeuse nd I love the people that hve tht opertunity to speak the language

  26. Good

  27. nice

  28. So if I call my female Peruvian friend “Mamacita rica” I won’t be offending her or get slapped? (full disclosure: she’s in her 50’s)? Thanks though, this is a great help.

    • Well it is under love/romantic phrases so its flirting! Is she just a friend or a girlfriend? If she is just a friend then maybe not a good idea. If you say it to a girlfriend then no problem. And if she’s a friend and you want her to be a girlfriend, well that’s risky business no matter what you say but faint heart never a fair maid won or at least that’s how I see it.

  29. Sadly, I think it’s unrequited love (however I may “test the waters!”), but thank you again for the clarification and your nudge toward bravery. Maybe it will elicit a laugh.

    • I don’t know if this helps but I do think women in the US are more likely to take umbrage to a little flirtation while Latin American women tend to be more playful about such comments but of course there are exceptions. GOOD LUCK!

  30. This is great. It really help me a lot and I love spanish so much, although am a Nigerian. Gracias mi amigo. Me gusta aquel muchísimo, es más que palabra poner decir.

  31. Very Nice…!!
    Its helpful to me…!

  32. Muy bien

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  34. i really enjoy this app thank you its fantastic.

  35. Christopher long

    It is written, that the one who knows love, is honoured, but the one whom as another too love, is heavenly blessed!.. Cjlong

  36. Christopher long

    So, my amigo, how would I write this quote in Spanish, gracias cjlong

  37. Trying to find the phrase for ‘if you cook the way you walk I would eat all the way to the bottom’. (Cuban) Please help. Thanks.

  38. Santiago Ponce De León

    These are great phrases but lots of grammar error in your Spanish. Other than that, Amazing.

  39. Nice

  40. Great… i love them

  41. I am Mexican American and am talking to such a beautiful Colombian woman that I wish to marry. Thank you for your help in this most wonderful time in my life. You are awesom.

  42. I need help with an apology. Saying I’m sorry I messed up but I could never imagine my life with out him. Sometimes people stumble when they are changing but Iam trying so hard and getting better each day. Can u translate it for me please

  43. Love this have more idias to my boyfriend❤

  44. Parminder singh

    Gracias so much … 🙂 i can learn everything here… i really appericiate your hard work… thanks sooo much… Love this blog

  45. 9) Me haces (mucha) falta.

    When saying this to a man, do I need to change mucha to mucho and falta to falto?

  46. YNES OGGEL, Ph.D.

    Te quiero con toda mi alma. Alma is a feminine noun, it takes the masculine article “el alma” because it begins with a stressed “a”. However, the plural is “las almas”. The same thing happens with el agua, el águila, el arte, etc. Those nouns become: las aguas, las águilas, las artes. By the way, you do not change: Me haces mucha falta at all. Because mucha is modifying “falta” not “tú”, which is the subject of the sentence.

  47. YNES OGGEL, Ph.D.

    #12 should read: 12) Tardé (preterite) una hora en conocerte y sólo un día en enamorarme. Pero me llevará toda una vida poder olvidarte. – It took me an hour to know you and only a day to fall in love. But it will take me a lifetime to be able to forget you.

  48. YNES OGGEL, Ph.D.

    22) No puedo esperar a verte. – I can’t wait to see you. This is an English expression that is not used in Spanish. “Me muero por verte.” I’m dying to see you, would be a better way to express that feeling in English.

  49. YNES OGGEL, Ph.D.

    “Tanta curvas y yo sin frenos.” So many curves, and me without brakes.

  50. YNES OGGEL, Ph.D.

    Sorry, I’m Hispanic, and I would not want a man referring to me as “mamacita rica.” That may be used with a double. You have to be careful when to use it, when in doubt don’t use it.

    • Thanks for the input. However, couldn’t use say that all romantic phrases carry some element of risk? I think romance is inherently risky business and to quote Shakespeare, “faint hear never a fair maiden won”.

  51. How to write I miss you

    • Te echo de menos

      • No. Actually, “Te extraño” is i miss you in spanish.

      • Its an idiom so literal translation doesn’t work but “te echo de menos” does mean I miss you plus I feel bad. “Te extraño” more or less means the same thing but is less intimate. In other words the two expressions have the same denotation but a different connotation.

  52. I’m actually talking to a Spanish woman..very helpful

  53. Thanks for these Beautiful words
    Can I have Attractive Romantic words

  54. you killed it with this page dude seems like a hit. I used some of it

  55. Thanks a lot dude

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  56. You’re amazing dude

  57. I want to learn more this language oowee

  58. My girl is Ecuadorian. I am a little concerned sometimes because I have no clue what she is saying on facebook and even the translator doesn’t help. So she posted Viii!!! on someone’s photo. What does that mean in the context

    • I am 99.999% sure it has nothing to do with Spanish. I Googled “VIII and social media” and found nothing. Maybe a private joke? A reference to Henry VIII? Old guy who kills his wives? If it makes you feel any better I don’t understand a lot of the stuff posted on my Facebook account either and just ask my students or Google it. Social media has a its own language that is not English or Spanish and super international.

  59. Are there other complimentary names in Spanish for girls starting with “M” other than Mamacita rica ?

    • Just making this one up! How about “Milagro de mi Corazon”. The Miracle of my heart! LOL! Hey its original if nothing else. Oh just had another brainstorm! “Miel de my vida” Honey of my life!

  60. I like it
    Very much
    Thanks for the help

  61. I like it…gracias

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  63. Nkirote Christine

    Am really thankful for this… Gracias..

  64. Oh i love this it is the best way to ask some one to go out with you but some might not understand witch helps way more😍😍😍. Thank you

  65. this is good and easy to learn

  66. Thanks

  67. There will never be a love like ours I miss you honey…. can somebody say this in Spanish for me I mean write it I don’t have the app English to Spanish

  68. Emmanuel Paul

    hi hope ur doing fine , I want to learn Spanish Language please I need your help .And if there is a WhatsApp group u can add me there for easiest learning.Thank u …..Gracious
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  69. I <3 a girl from spain (not just in easy way). I am tryna to learn spanish. Is cool but is there other ways more better than this to be perfect in 2 years?

    • OMG! There are a hundred theories and ideas about learning a language! The best is to live in a country in which they use the language but if you hang around people that don’t speak the local language then that doesn’t seem to work. My own experience is that my Chinese girlfriends always learned a ton of English but I never learned any Chinese. I am always teaching but never listen!

  70. found helpfully

  71. Thanks so much, am writing a song from some of the phases. This song is to describe my boyfriend in seven Spanish romantic words. We’re both Nigerians. Just love Spanish.

  72. Love love this list. I heard a little Spanish at home and learned it. But never learned love languages bc it wasn’t heard at home. I was married to a great guy from Mexico and learned much more but not much on this list. My new guy causation can’t get enough of all Latin things. Thanks for the bringing me all things I missed and wouldn’t be in a class. It’s what I’ll use most.

  73. Polvo al viento

    I always preferred “papichulo” over “papasito”. Until a beautiful Colombiana started calling me “Papasito Rico”. At first I was like “I ain’t you’re sugar daddy mamichula!” Then I found out it is just a term of endearment. Que rico baby!

  74. Love it my boyfriend is Hispanic and these are so cute

  75. Awesome i really love espan`ol gracias

  76. This really help me on being confident of confessing my feeling to my crush thank you so much on posting this was a big help for me

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  78. David Scott Patrick

    ¡un millon de gracias!
    i really want to learn spanish 🙂 <3

  79. NatureBunny99

    Thanks so much, my boyfriend speaks Spanish, so I thought it would be cute to flirt with him in Spanish

  80. My bf called me a puta<3333 idk what it means but omg Im in love with him

  81. Please give more ideas for expressing love without saying it I’m a pretty good poet if I need to be But translating those important words are gold to me.

  82. Mucho gracias for r quotes

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