How To Say I Love You: Pronunciation of numbers in Chinese!


How To Say I Love You: Love has no language. But to date, people have invented many ways to express it. Now 5201314 has also joined this series.


Are you seeing the number 5201314 again and again on social media these days? If yes, then let us tell you that this magical number is not the pincode of any city but of the heart. Yes, you are reading it right. This is a number through which people are expressing their love for their partner in front of the whole world and no one is paying any attention to it.

This number is associated with Chinese language romance. This is a new way of saying I love you. But do you know what is the secret behind this? Otherwise, this article is for you.

Pronunciation of numbers in Chinese

In Chinese, the pronunciation of numbers is linked to words. For example, "5" is pronounced "wǔ" (wǔ), which is similar to "文" (wǔ), which means "I". Similarly, "2" is pronounced "èr" (er), which is similar to "日本語" (i), which means "love".

sequence of numbers

Now if we look at 520, it is pronounced almost like "wǒ ài nǐ" (wǒ ai nǐ), which is a direct Chinese translation of " I love you ".

Mystery of 1314

At the same time, the story behind 1314 is a little different. It is pronounced "yī shēng yī shì" (yī shēng yī shī), which means "a lifetime, one birth".

What does it mean?

Thus, adding 5201314 forms the expression "I love you forever." Using 5201314 on social media has become a fun way to express love. It is very popular among the youth. However, it is important to keep in mind that numbers alone are not enough to express true love to someone.

Romantic love numbers

In addition to 520, there are other numbers used to express love in China, such as:

521 (wǒ ài nǐ yī - I just love you)

143 (yī sì sān - I will remember you all my life)

779 (qī qī jiǔ – to live together for a long time)