Each year, Valentine’s Day is celebrated around the world on 14th February. The day originates from Christian traditions and Saint Valentine, who lived in the 3rd century and is regarded as the patron saint of lovers. Even though Valentine’s Day is generally celebrated as a romantic day for lovers, in Finland it’s called ystävänpäivä, “Friend’s Day”, and dedicated to celebrating friendship.
On Valentine’s Day, people send cards and other greetings to friends and loved ones. As people are now stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, they need a little love more than ever -all around the world. Find Valentine’s greetings in different languages below and greet a friend in their own language on 14th February!
Happy Valentine’s Day in different languages
Buori ustitvuođabeaivvi! (Northern Sami)
Glad alla hjärtans dag (Swedish)
Hyvää ystävänpäivää! (Finnish)
Joyeux Saint-Valentin (French)
Lykkelig Velentinsdag (Norwegian)
Feliz Día de San Valentín (Spanish)
Buon San Valentino Italian)
Glædelig Valentinsdag (Danish)
Alles Liebe zum Valentinstag (German)
Fijne Valentijnsdag (Dutch)
Feliz Dia dos Namorados (Portuguese)
Everyone here at Delingua wishes all our friends, customers and cooperation partners a very Happy Valentine’s Day!