Te amo means “I love you” in Spanish and also Portuguese—a two-for-one there, friend aspiring papi chulo, you.

For indigenous nerds, te is the second person singular or familiar form of “you” and amo is “I love.” The expression is ancient: We deserve to find te amo in the parent of Spanish and Portuguese, Latin.

In modern-day Spanish and also Portuguese, te amo most regularly expresses love because that a romantic partner, family, and also even very near and dear friends. Sometimes that is claimed with the word yo, “I” and currently implied in amo, for emphasis, together in yo te amo.

Te amo mas amiga ! Gracias por todos tus