In lady ɡɑɡa’s new song born this way, she says "Mi amore vole fe yah" and i don’t know what it means, can you translate it into english please? xxxx thanks xxxx
The most plausible explanation I’ve seen is that "Mi amore vole fe" means "My love needs faith" in an older or regional dialect of Italian, possibly the dialect spoken by Lady Gɑɡa’s own family, and "yah" is an exclamatory word for emphasis without much meaning.
I already knew "Mi" is "My" in Spanish, "fe" is "faith" in Spanish, and amore is "love" in Italian, though the sentence didn’t look quite right for either language alone. And I figure "vole" could be related to the Latin root in the English words "voluntary" and "volition" which has a meaning like "choice," "will," or "wish" that could have possibly evolved into something more like "need" over time, so perhaps this explanation I saw is correct.
update: just found a ring engravement site that says:
AMORE VOLE FE
This phrase found on a fifteenth century ring means something along the lines of “Love cannot exist without trust”.
I guess that’s pretty similar.
Mi Amore Vole Fe Yah
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"Mi Amore Vole Fè" is actually Italian, just not the modern language. It is an ancient regional variety that was spoken in the south of Italy (where Gɑɡa’s grandparents are from) between Xth and XVIIth century and it’s still used as a "slang". The translation to modern Italian is "Il mio amore vuole fede" that in English, as we all already know, is "My love needs faith". "Yah" has no meaning, it’s just an exclamation. This sentence was usually written on wedding rings as a vow.
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In lady ɡɑɡa's new song born this way, she says "Mi amore vole fe yah" and i don't know what it means, can you translate it into english please? xxxx thanks xxxx
In the song “Born This Way” it means “love needs faith” it’s just not that good of Spanish so when you translate it , it comes out something different haha.
Silver N. is on the right track. It’s old Italian saying, roughly translates to “Love cannot exist without trust.”Source(s): grandmother
I don’t know what the language is but it seems to be slightly Latin based and I think it says “I want you to make love to me”. I am guessing a bit
basically means “i love you”
“fe yah” means ugly in spanish.
It means “i luv u”