Polish love – 10 Polish love phrases

Summer means not only good weather, but also time for some rest, trips and crazy parties, where you obviously meet a lot of new people. That is why this article is for all, who plan to spend holidays in Poland… because what could happen when you fall in love with a beautiful Polish girl or a handsome Pole? I present some idioms, that every foreigner should know!

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  1. Miłość od pierwszego wejrzenia (love at first sight) – you can fall in love this way only once. We use this phrase when we meet someone for the first time and we immediately fall into someone’s eye…
  2. Wpaść komuś w oko (to fall into someone’s eye) – and it doesn’t mean that something is in your eye and keeps annoying you. This is nothing but to appeal to someone!
  3. Czuć do kogoś miętę (to feel mint to someone) – we say so, when we have special feelings about someone, but it doesn’t mean, that we love this person. We can simply have a lot in common. If someone really attracts us, we can say that…
  4. Między nami iskrzy (it sparkles between us) – you know for sure all those couples, holding their hands and looking at each other’s eyes, yes – it sparkles between them. Maybe it’s hard to imagine, but quite often they have also a strange feeling, called…
  5. Motylki w brzuchu (butterflies in the stomach) – that determines the state of excitement that accompanies lovers, who they can’t wait to meet again. These butterflies don’t allow them to think logically, so we say…

 

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  1. Myśleć o niebieskich migdałach (to think about blue almonds) – which means we don’t think about anything else except the beloved one. But let’s not get carried away by this feeling, because you can easily…
  2. Stracić głowę (to lose your head)- or simply – go crazy, sometimes even literally, because you can also say in Polish:
  3. Zakochać się na zabój (to fall in love to death) – so you are able to all the craziest things just to be with your lover, but when that doesn’t work you can…
  4. Uschnąć z miłości (to wither from love) – you don’t eat and don’t drink until you get a depression, so be careful during your holiday travels and don’t disappoint anyone, because you can…
  5. Złamać komuś serce (to break someone’s heart) – which means to leave someone, who really loved us, but after all… time heals all wounds, or as my grandmother says:
  6. Do wesela się zagoi! (it will heal until the wedding!)

 

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