15 Adjectives to Describe a Person you Love in Spanish

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There are tons of adjectives to describe a person you love in Spanish, but I have my favorites.

In this post I will provide a list of 15 adjectives to describe a person you love in Spanish. This will help you impress your significant other and show your romantic side. 

Take into account that while most of these adjectives have a feminine and masculine form, some of them don’t. Can you guess which ones?

What is an adjective?

Before we start I would like to clarify the meaning of “adjective”. Here is the definition by Merriam Webster’s dictionary.

“Adjectives describe or modify—that is, they limit or restrict the meaning of—nouns and pronouns. They may name qualities of all kinds: huge, red, angry, tremendous, unique, rare, etc.”

Therefore, words like hermoso, lindo, feo, malo, aburrido are adjectives or “adjetivos” in Spanish. 

Unique Adjectives to Describe a Person

Here is a list of 15 adjectives to describe a person you love in Spanish. Keep reading to see some examples.

  1. abierto/a (open person)
  2. alegre (joyful)
  3. amable (kind)
  4. atento/a (attentive)
  5. aventurero/a (adventurous)
  6. cariñoso/a (loving)
  7. compañero/a (good partner)
  8. divertido/a (fun)
  9. dulce (sweet)
  10. fiel (faithful)
  11. optimista (optimistic)
  12. incondicional (unconditional)
  13. sencillo/a (simple)
  14. simpático/a (friendly and likeable)
  15. solidario/a (generous and caring)

5 Romantic phrases with positive adjectives to describe a person

  1. “Tengo la novia más divertida y simpática del mundo”.
  2. “Mi esposo es compañero y fiel”.
  3. “Amo a mi mujer porque es muy dulce y atenta”. 
  4. “Lo que más me gusta de él es que es optimista”.
  5. “Me casé con ella porque es incondicional para mí”.

Phrases with 5 Spanish adjectives to describe a person’s personality

  1. “Mi marido es un hombre sencillo que se conforma con lo justo y necesario”.
  2. “Es un hombre fiel, jamás traicionaría a nadie”.
  3. “Mi mujer es alegre y mantiene la buena energía de la casa”.
  4. “Mi novia es solidaria, siempre se preocupa por los demás”.
  5.  “Es un gran aventurero y le encanta viajar”. 

5 “What I love the most” phrases with adjectives to describe a person in Spanish 

  1. “Lo que más amo de ella es que es muy abierta y sabe escuchar”. 
  2. “Amo que sea tan dulce y cariñoso”
  3. “Lo que más amo de ella es que es divertida y alegre”.
  4. “Amo que sea tan amable y simpático, todos lo adoran”.
  5. “Ella es muy atenta, se fija en los pequeños detalles y eso es lo que más me gusta”. 

How to describe a person you love in Spanish

Depending on who you are addressing, choose your favorite pronoun first, él, ella, usted, vos, etc. Then write three sentences using at least 5 five flattering or romantic adjectives. See examples:

  • Julia, te amo porque sos sencilla y cariñosa. Tu espíritu alegre y optimista siempre me saca una sonrisa. Gracias por ser tan dulce conmigo. Tu prometido, Juan. 
  • Usted me robó el corazón porque es amable, solidario y atento. Lo amo porque es divertido y sabe hacerme reír. Gracias por ser fiel y quererme tanto, Lara.
  • Estoy enamorada de él porque es aventurero y divertido. Le encanta explorar nuevos lugares, como a mí, y es muy abierto. Además, amo que sea amable y solidario, para mí eso es muy importante. 

Conclusion

These are 15 adjectives to describe a person you love in Spanish, but there are lots more. Could you identify the ones that don’t have gender? Those are fiel, amable, alegre, dulce, optimista and incondicional.

Practice describing a person you love in Spanish. Leave a comment below. 

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