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Nakupenda means Love in Swahili

In the Swahili language, the word Nakupenda means you are in love. Nakupenda is pronounced just as its spelled Na-ku-pen-da.


Swahili is a relatively simple language to learn, mostly because words are pronounced as they are written. Hakuna matata is the most popular quote and means no worries. The phrase gained international recognition after it was used in the animated movie The Lion King.

Nakupenda means Love in Swahili
   

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Swahili Language Of Love
English Language
Swahili Language
Desire
Hamu
Want
Unataka
Passion
Shauku
I’m Sorry
Samahani
I Love You
Ninakupenda
Appreciation
Shukrani
Devotion
Ibada
Emotion
Hisia
Fondness
Upendo
Friendship
Urafiki
Infatuation
Kupendeza
Lust
Tamaa
Passion
Shauku
Respect
Heshima
Tenderness
Huruma
Yearning
Unataka
Adulation
Adulation
Amity
Uaminifu
Amorousness
Kupendeza
Ardor
Shauku
Attachment
Kiambatisho
Cherishing
Kutamani
Crush
Kuponda
Delight
Furaha
Devotedness
Kujitolea
Enchantment
Uchawi
Enjoyment
Furaha
Fervor
Fervor
Fidelity
Uaminifu
Flame
Moto
Hankering
Kukimbia
Involvement
Ushiriki
Like
Kama
Partiality
Upendeleo
Piety
Uungu
Rapture
Kunyakuliwa
Regard
Tazama
Relish
Furaha
Sentiment
Hisia
Weakness
Udhaifu
Worship
Ibada
Zeal
Bidii
Ardency
Ujasiri
Mad For
Wazimu
Soft Spot
Doa Laini


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