This is how “soulmate” is spoken in different languages in each country around the world.
Soulmate in Different Languages: European
Soulmate in Different Languages: Asian
Soulmate in Different Languages: African
|Ways to say soulmate
Soulmate. It’s that one person who just “gets you”; someone who feels like the other half of your soul.
It’s someone who you have “a feeling of deep or natural like affinity with”.
When people think of soulmates, they automatically think of romantic partners, but there are different types of soulmates – it can be a platonic or familiar connection.
When you have a special person in your life, you may want to call them nicknames, pet names, or other terms of endearment.
It’s part of a private language you share with that important person and a way of sharing your affection and love for them.
English speakers use terms like “baby”, “love”, “honey”, or “babe”. Some even tack on diminutive endings like “-bunch” or “-kins” so that “honey” becomes “honeybunch” or “honeykins”.
Other terms of endearment are used by speakers of other languages around the world
If you’re looking for other ways to call your soulmate, “soulmate”, try these other terms from other languages!
Haven’t met your soulmate yet?
You can learn more about it by reading our blog article: “All About Soul Mates: What Does My Soul Mate Look Like? (+ Soulmate Sketch Drawing Review)”.
Or, you can try Draw My Soulmate Free.
Or, maybe you met them already but it was just the wrong time?
Find out what you should do in such cases by reading our blog article: “What Happens When You Meet Your Soulmate at The Wrong Time?”
But if you’ve found your soulmate at the right time – congratulations!
Whether you found them through a free psychic soulmate drawing, if you found your soulmates initial on left thumb, or if you were able to use astrology to find the answer to the question “when will I meet my soulmate by date of birth?” we’re happy that you found your other half.
Now, if you want to call your soulmate as such – but you don’t want to use this common English term – why not try learning other translations in a different language?
Simply read back to the 50-plus soulmate in different languages that we have spelled out above!