95 Love Language Quotes To Express Your True Love

Looking for insightful quotes about love language? We have rounded up the best collection of love language quotes, sayings, captions, (with images and pictures) to inspire you to express your true love to your partner!

The concept of “love languages” shows couples how to give each other love in ways that it is best received.

The five love languages are five different ways of expressing and receiving love; words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service, and physical touch.

Also See: Power Of Love Quotes

We all have different ways to express our love for our partner and loved ones. When there is true understanding and quality time for each other then love crosses all barriers and just becomes stronger with time.

We have divided these inspirational quotes about love language into these sections;

  • Best Love Language Quotes
  • Famous Love Language Quotes
  • Top Love Language Quotes
  • 5 Love Language Quotes by Gary Chapman

Expressing your love by appreciating your partner, thanking them, listening to them peacefully, and respecting them are few ways of showing love without saying anything!

Best Love Language Quotes

  1. “Love is language that cannot be said, or heard.” — Rumi

  2. “Learn me then you will understand my love language.” — Ojtiwa


  3. “Love will find its way through all languages on its own.” — Rumi                                         

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    the language of love quotes

  4. “My love language is when people’s words align with their actions.” — Unknown


  5. “A simple smile, a tender touch, speaks the true language of love.” — Dan Fogelberg                                                                                                                                                     

    Love Language Quotes images
    Love Language Quotes images

  6. “Love is the only language of dance; eternal and beyond worlds.” — Shah Asad Rizvi


  7. “Speak any language, Turkish, Greek, Persian, Arabic, but always speak with love.” — Rumi


  8. “Love has a language all its own when you speak with your heart, no words are needed.” — VVJ


  9. “Sometimes before people know what they’re saying, they already love the language.” — Grace Paley


  10. “Without understanding the love languages of each other, you will be nothing but roommates.” — Samuel Zulu


  11. “No happy and fulfilling relationship can exist without knowing the love language of your partner.” — Unknown


  12. “Speak my love language: physical touch, quality time, acts of service, gifts, and words of affirmation.” — Unknown                                                                                                   

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    5 love languages quotes

  13. “If you love someone, you are going to physically express it by actions and not by mere empty words.” — Unknown


  14. “If you don’t understand the love language of your partner just know your relationship is dead in the water.” — Unknown


  15. “Fake love has no language but true love has which is: sacrifice, commitment, forgiveness and long-suffering.” — Unknown


  16. “No matter how beautiful or handsome someone is if that person doesn’t understand your love language it’s game over.” — Unknown


  17. “Your love language will be understood by those fluent enough to listen and reciprocate. It’s your duty to teach people how to love you.” — Unknown


  18. “For me, cooking is the only way I know how to show my love. That’s why I am so passionate about food. It’s such a love language.” — Ayesha Curry


  19. “You may truly love your child, but unless she feels it – unless you speak the love language that communicates to her your love – she will not feel loved.” — Unknown


  20. “So many people are in unfulfilling relationships because they don’t understand the importance of understanding each other’s love languages.” — Unknown


  21. “When we choose active expressions of love in the primary love language of our spouse, we create an emotional climate where we can deal with our past conflicts and failures.” — Unknown


  22. “Knowing your partner’s love language is so important. Not listening to them when they tell you how they need to be loved will have them feel neglected. Doesn’t matter how much you think you are loving them. If it’s not in their language, the love won’t reach them.” — Unknown


  23. “Rule #1 about love language: People tend to express love in the way they best receive love. Unfortunately, if the person on the receiving end of these expressions of love doesn’t share that love language, they often feel unloved despite their partner’s best efforts.” — Unknown


  24. “Give people time to learn your love language, but be honest enough with yourself to know when your love language isn’t for them. Connections run deeper than laughs and hugs, compatibility runs deeper than patience and tolerance, and comfort runs deeper than closeness and chemistry.” — Unknown

Famous Love Language Quotes

  1. “The only love language is ‘die to self.’” — Christine Caine

  2. “I love language, and I love the failure of language.” — Nate Lowman


  3. “Love is the language all animals understand.” — Anthony D. Williams


  4. “There is no language that love does not speak.” — Ella Wheeler Wilcox                                 

    love language quotes
    love language quotes

  5. “In love’s country, language doesn’t have its place. Love is mute.” — Rumi


  6. “My love language is when people’s words match their actions.” — Unknown


  7. “A simple smile, a tender touch, speaks the true language of love.” — Dan Fogelberg


  8. “Love is a language spoken by everyone but understood only by the hearts.” — Unknown


  9. “In order to understand the love language of someone, you must first know them.” — Samuel Zulu


  10. “Most relationships fail because of a lack of understanding of each other’s love languages.” — Samuel Zulu


  11. “Listen with years of tolerance! See through the eyes of compassion! Speak with the language of love!” — Rumi


  12. “Loving your language means a command of its vocabulary beyond the level of the everyday.” — John H Mc Whorter


  13. “Appreciation is one of the strongest love languages women strongly desire to see from their hubbies.” — Samuel Zulu


  14. “If two people in a relationship understand each other’s love languages, their relationship will be pure bliss.” — Samuel Zulu


  15. “The respect you show someone is an indicator of how much you love them as true love can’t exist without respect.” — Samuel Zulu

Top Love Language Quotes

  1. “Smiles are the language of love.” — David Hare

  2. “I love language as I love life itself!” — Jacques Derrida


  3. “I’ve always loved rhyming. I love language.” — Mos Def


  4. “If you love language, it will love you back.” — John Simon


  5. “Love will heal What language fails to know.” — Donald L. Hicks


  6. “I love theater. I also love radio. I love language.” — Indira Varma


  7. “Music is the language of love, nature, and eternity.” — Debasish Mridha


  8. “Marriage is a language of love, equality, and inclusion.” — Evan Wolfson


  9. “The name of a person you love is more than language.” — Tennessee Williams


  10. “I work with language. I love the flowers of afterthought.” — Bernard Malamud


  11. “Everything she did and love, everything she was, required language.” — Lisa Genova


  12. “Most people are only interested in the idea of loving you but not the practicality of it.” — Unknown


  13. “You can’t say you love someone if you disrespect them with your words and your actions.” — Samuel Zulu


  14. “You know you are in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.” — Dr. Seuss


  15. “I told her I was lost in this world and she smiled because she was too. We were all lost somehow but we didn’t care. We had in the chaos found each other.” — Atticus

5 Love Language Quotes by Gary Chapman

  1. “We even fall in love with love.” – Gary Chapman

  2. “Gifts are visual symbols of love.”- Gary Chapman


  3. “Forgiveness is not a feeling; it is a commitment.”- Gary Chapman


  4. “Material things are no replacement for human, emotional love.”- Gary Chapman


  5. “The person who is “in love” has the illusion that his beloved is perfect.”- Gary Chapman


  6. “In fact, true love cannot begin until the in-love experience has run its course.”- Gary Chapman


  7. “Life’s deepest meaning is not found in accomplishments but in relationships.”- Gary Chapman


  8. “The best thing we can do with the failures of the past is to let them be history.”- Gary Chapman


  9. “I am amazed by how many individuals mess up every new day with yesterday.”- Gary Chapman


  10. “When an action does not come naturally to you it is a greater expression of love.”- Gary Chapman


  11. “Verbal compliments, or words of appreciation, are powerful communicators of love.”- Gary Chapman


  12. “What we do for each other before marriage is no indication of what we will do after marriage.”- Gary Chapman


  13. “Most of us have more potential than we will ever develop. What holds us back is often a lack of courage.”- Gary Chapman


  14. “Your emotional love language and the language of your spouse may be as different as Chinese from English.”- Gary Chapman


  15. “Almost never do two people fall in love on the same day, and almost never do they fall out of love on the same day.”- Gary Chapman


  16. “We must be willing to learn our spouse’s primary love language if we are to be effective communicators of love.”- Gary Chapman


  17. “People tend to criticize their spouse most loudly in the area where they themselves have the deepest emotional need.”- Gary Chapman


  18. “As children get older, we tend to condemn them for their failures rather then commend them for their success.”- Gary Chapman


  19. “We need not agree on everything, but we must find a way to handle our differences so that they do not become divisive.”- Gary Chapman


  20. “When we hold hands, it seems as if our blood flows together. We could kiss forever if we didn’t have to go to school or work.”


  21. “A central aspect to quality time is togetherness. I do not mean proximity… Togetherness has to do with focused attention.”


  22. “A relationship calls for sympathetic listening with a view to understanding the other person’s thoughts, feelings, and desires.”


  23. “We fail to reckon with the reality of human nature. By nature, we are egocentric. Our world revolves around us. None of us is totally altruistic.”


  24. “Recent research has indicated that the average individual listens for only seventeen seconds before interrupting and interjecting his own ideas.”


  25. “Our most basic emotional need is not to fall in love but to be genuinely loved by another, to know a love that grows out of reason and choice, not instinct.”


  26. “We are trained to analyze problems and create solutions. We forget that marriage is a relationship, not a project to be completed or a problem to solve.”


  27. “Forgiveness is not a feeling; it is a commitment. It is a choice to show mercy, not to hold the offense up against the offender. Forgiveness is an expression of love.”


  28. “Something in our nature cries out to be loved by another. Isolation is devastating to the human psyche. That is why solitary confinement is considered the cruelest of punishments.”


  29. “There is a third truth, which only the mature lover will be able to hear. My spouse’s criticisms about my behavior provide me with the clearest clue to her primary love language.”


  30. “I am amazed by how many individuals mess up every new day with yesterday. They insist on bringing into today the failures of yesterday and in so doing, they pollute a potentially wonderful day.”


  31. “The in-love experience does not focus on our own growth or on the growth and development of the other person. Rather, it gives us the sense that we have arrived and that we do not need further growth.”


  32. “We all desperately need love. If a spouse in a difficult marriage will learn the love language of that spouse, and they will, with the help of God, consistently speak their love language no matter how they are treated.”


  33. “For love, we will climb mountains, cross seas, traverse desert sands, and endure untold hardships. Without love, mountains become unclimbable, seas uncrossable, deserts unbearable, and hardships our lot in life.”


  34. “Real love” – This kind of love is emotional in nature but not obsessional. It is a love that unites reason and emotion. It involves an act of the will and requires discipline, and it recognizes the need for personal growth.”


  35. “We forget that marriage is a relationship, not a project to be completed or a problem to solve. A relationship calls for sympathetic listening with a view to understanding the other person’s thoughts, feelings, and desires.”


  36. “Make time every day to share with each other some of the events of the day. When you spend more time on Facebook than you do listening to each other, you can end up more concerned about your hundred “friends” than about your spouse.”


  37. “Expressing love in the right language. We tend to speak our own love language, to express love to others in a language that would make us feel loved. But if it is not his/her primary love language, it will not mean to them what it would mean to us.”


  38. “Inside every child is an ’emotional rani’s waiting to be filled with love. When a child really feels loved, he will develop normally but when the love tank is empty, the child will misbehave. Much of the misbehavior of children is motivated by the cravings of an empty ‘love tank”.”


  39. “Love can be expressed and received in all five languages. However, if you don’t speak a person’s primary love language, that person will not feel loved, even though you may be speaking the other four. Once you are speaking his or her primary love language fluently, then you can sprinkle in the other four and they will be like icing on the cake.”


  40. “Encouragement requires empathy and seeing the world from your spouse’s perspective. We must first learn what is important to our spouse. Only then can we give encouragement. With verbal encouragement, we are trying to communicate, “I know. I care. I am with you. How can I help?” We are trying to show that we believe in him and in his abilities. We are giving credit and praise.”

 

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