What does pyaar mean in Urdu

How do you say this in Urdu? I love you (Please, write in latin alphabet)

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@ Leyna94 What is the difference between "Pyaar", "Ishq" and "Mohabbat"? Previously I used to think that all three means "Love", but then I realized that, why use three words, to mean the same thing. ... More Request Follow16 Have this question too? Request Answers: Request From Quora We will distribute this question to writers, and notify you about new answers.  Daivik Thanki 1 Answer in Learning Languages ​​ Sabine Shah 6 Answers in Learning Languages ​​ Sherin Ehab, studied at Faculty of Al-Alsun Ain Shams University 6 Answers in Learning Languages ​​View More or Search Can you answer this question? Answer 8 ANSWERS  Inam Jamil, Urdu is the sweetest language and I am proud that it is my mother tongue Written Mar 19, 2016 Translation of all three words in english is love However its origin are different, and we use to describe different feelings. ORIGIN Pyaar - Taken from Sanskrit word (priya) in Hindi Ishq - Taken from Persian word (ishq) urdu Mohabbat - Taken from Arabic word (hubb) urdu USE Pyaar - It is used to describe almost all kind of love whether it is your lover , parent, children, friends or anyone. It is less formal word, its formal word from same origin can be Sneh (For describe lustless love towards any people) Prem (Love for your lover it may or maynot be lustless) Ishq - It is use to describe extreme love (lustless love) towards someone which can be your lover, Prophet, God. Mohabbat - It is use to describe your love towards your children, lover (may or may not be lustless) or spiritual. It is more formal word than other. 26.7k Views View Upvotes Upvote7 Comments1 + Share  Syed Talib Ahmed, Unavailable! Please dnt A2A !! Voracious Reader !! Written Mar 26, 2015 Pyaar = Love. It can be related to animate or in animate thing. Ishq - For this you need to understand the deeply conservative culture of subcontinent or any other society. It is that kind of love which is forbidden in the society and may lead to disgrace. Mohabbat = When in the state of 'ishq', the excitement you exhibit is called 'Mohabbat'. 13.9k Views · View Upvotes Upvote4 Comment Share  Mohammed Rafiq Sethi, Poet in Urdu Written Apr 23, 2016 Have you heard of a word called 'synonym'? All languages ​​have multiple words for the same thing / idea / notion. There is an extremely minor difference of nuance in each of those words but sometimes thay mean the same. It all depends on the conrext how one would use one and another. For your information besides Pyaar, Ishq, Mohabbat, there are even more words that can be used for 'Love' in Urdu. Ulfat, laggan, lagaao, shauq, ishtiaque, deewangi, shedaai, more, khatirkhwaahi, hiss, nazar, shaghaf, jazba, haalat-e-jazb, shoreedgi, and many more. In English, the comparative words for LOVE are similarly many, ie here are the verbs, adore, care for, treasure, cherish, prize, worship affection, devote, attach, dote, affect, idolize ...... The nouns can be made from the above, passion, warmth, liking, regard, friendship, fondness, rapture, etc etc, Piyaar is a common word both in Urdu and Hindi and is NOT of Persian or Arabic origin. An average person who uses demotics is likely to use Piyaar. A bit more literate person may use the other two but not necessarily. Other more complex words are commonly seen in poetry and literature but can be used in common conversation. Here is an example in Ghalib's following couplet where he uses the word mushtaaq for lover. hum heiN mushtaaq aur wo bezaar ya illahi ye majra kya he ھم ھیں مشتاق اور وہ بیزار یا الاہی یہ ماجرا کیا ہے

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Inam Jamil, Urdu is the sweetest language and I am proud that it is my mother tongue

Written Mar 19, 2016

Translation of all three words in english is love

However its origin are different, and we use to describe different feelings.

ORIGIN

Pyaar - Taken from Sanskrit word (priya) in Hindi

Ishq - Taken from Persian word (ishq) urdu

Mohabbat - Taken from Arabic word (hubb) urdu

USE

Pyaar - It is used to describe almost all kind of love whether it is your lover, parent, children, friends or anyone. It is less formal word, its formal word from same origin can be Sneh (For describe lustless love towards any people) Prem (Love for your lover it may or maynot be lustless)

Ishq - It is use to describe extreme love (lustless love) towards someone which can be your lover, Prophet, God.

Mohabbat - It is use to describe your love towards your children, lover (may or may not be lustless) or spiritual. It is more formal word than other.

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Syed Talib Ahmed, Unavailable! Please dnt A2A !! Voracious Reader !!

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Pyaar = love. It can be related to animate or in animate thing.
Ishq - For this you need to understand the deeply conservative culture of subcontinent or any other society. It is that kind of love which is forbidden in the society and may lead to disgrace.
Mohabbat = When in the state of 'ishq', the excitement you exhibit is called 'Mohabbat'.

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Mohammed Rafiq Sethi, poet in Urdu

Written Apr 23, 2016

Have you heard of a word called 'synonym'?

All languages ​​have multiple words for the same thing / idea / notion. There is an extremely minor difference of nuance in each of those words but sometimes thay mean the same. It all depends on the conrext how one would use one and another. For your information besides Pyaar, Ishq, Mohabbat, there are even more words that can be used for 'Love' in Urdu. Ulfat, laggan, lagaao, shauq, ishtiaque, deewangi, shedaai, more, khatirkhwaahi, hiss, nazar, shaghaf, jazba, haalat-e-jazb, shoreedgi, and many more.

In English, the comparative words for LOVE are similarly many, ie here are the verbs, adore, care for, treasure, cherish, prize, worship affection, devote, attach, dote, affect, idolize ...... The nouns can be made from the above, passion, warmth, liking, regard, friendship, fondness, rapture, etc etc,

Piyaar is a common word both in Urdu and Hindi and is NOT of Persian or Arabic origin. An average person who uses demotics is likely to use Piyaar. A bit more literate person may use the other two but not necessarily. Other more complex words are commonly seen in poetry and literature but can be used in common conversation.

Here is an example in Ghalib's following couplet where he uses the word mushtaaq for lover.

hum is called mushtaaq aur wo bezaar

ya illahi ye majra kya he

ھم ھیں مشتاق اور وہ بیزار

یا الاہی یہ ماجرا کیا ہے