What Does 5201314 Mean in a Text?

5201314 means "I will love you for a lifetime." Keep reading if you would like to find out why!
5201314 is a Chinese text code meaning 'I will love you for a lifetime'

When read aloud in Chinese, the number 5201314 sounds like the phrase 我爱你一生一世, which translates as "I will love you for a lifetime." It is similar in meaning and use to English abbreviations such as 143 637 (I love you always and forever).

5201314 is now widely used online and in text messaging (even among non-Chinese speakers) as a declaration of eternal devotion. However, just as with similar terms in English, it can also imply a lack of sincerity on the part of the sender.

For example:
  • Toni: I love you so much!
  • Jo: 5201314.
  • Ali: Good night. 5201314.
  • Sam: Thanks. I'll beleive it when you tell me to my face.
There are many other Chinese numerical expressions of love and affection including:
  • 520 - I love you.
  • 530 - I miss you.
  • 51921 - I still love you.
Check out our page on Chinese chat codes for more.

For more information on numbers that are used to say words, check out our page: Using Numbers To Say Words and watch this video:

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meaning of 5201314

When the individual numbers in 5201314 are read aloud in Chinese, they sound like the words 我爱你一生一世, which is a declaration of undying love.

Summary of Key Points

The Chinese phrase 我爱你一生一世, which translates as "I will love you for a lifetime," is the most common definition for 5201314 on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:I Will Love You For a Lifetime
Type:Numeronym (Chinese)
Guessability:guessability level 4

4: Difficult to guess

Typical Users:typical user
Adults and Teenagers

An Academic Look at 5201314

5201314 is classified a numeronym, which is a term made up of just numbers.
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Numeronyms were used long before the digital era. Many of the early numeronyms, such as 143 (I Love You) and 637 (Always and Forever), were written on the envelopes of letters between lovers. They were often a coded message between the sender and the recipient, thought to allow secret expressions of love or passion.

Example of 5201314 Used in a Text

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