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Dictionary Directory > Words > Dictionarylove (lÅv) pronunciation

1. A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude
toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of
attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness.

2. A feeling of intense desire and attraction toward a person with
whom one is disposed to make a pair; the emotion of sex and


a. Sexual passion.

b. Sexual intercourse.

c. A love affair.

4. An intense emotional attachment, as for a pet or treasured

5. A person who is the object of deep or intense affection or
attraction; beloved. Often used as a term of endearment.

6. An expression of one's affection: Send him my love.


a. A strong predilection or enthusiasm: a love of language.

b. The object of such an enthusiasm: The outdoors is her
greatest love.

8. Love Mythology. Eros or Cupid.

9. often Love Christianity. Charity.

10. Sports. A zero score in tennis.

v., loved, lov·ing, loves.

1. To have a deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and
solicitude toward (a person): We love our parents. I love my

2. To have a feeling of intense desire and attraction toward (a

3. To have an intense emotional attachment to: loves his house.


a. To embrace or caress.

b. To have sexual intercourse with.

5. To like or desire enthusiastically: loves swimming.

6. Theology. To have charity for.

7. To thrive on; need: The cactus loves hot, dry air.


To experience deep affection or intense desire for another.


for love

1. Out of compassion; with no thought for a reward: She volunteers
at the hospital for love.

for love or money

1. Under any circumstances. Usually used in negative sentences: I
would not do that for love or money.

for the love of

1. For the sake of; in consideration for: did it all for the love
of praise.

in love

1. Deeply or passionately enamored: a young couple in love.

2. Highly or immoderately fond: in love with Japanese painting; in
love with the sound of her own voice.

no love lost

1. No affection; animosity: There's no love lost between them.

[Middle English, from Old English lufu.]

SYNONYMS love, affection, devotion, fondness, infatuation. These nouns
denote feelings of warm personal attachment or strong attraction to
another person. Love is the most intense: marrying for love. Affection
is a less ardent and more unvarying feeling of tender regard: parental
affection. Devotion is earnest, affectionate dedication and implies
selflessness: teachers admired for their devotion to children.
Fondness is strong liking or affection: a fondness for small animals.
Infatuation is foolish or extravagant attraction, often of short
duration: lovers blinded to their differences by their mutual

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1. Deep and ardent affection: adoration, devotion, worship. See
like/dislike, love/hatred.

2. The passionate affection and desire felt by lovers for each
other: amorousness, fancy, passion, romance. See love/hatred,

3. An intimate sexual relationship between two people: affair, amour,
love affair, romance. See love/hatred, sex/asexual.

4. The condition of being closely tied to another by affection or
faith: affection, attachment, devotion, fondness, liking, loyalty
(used in plural). See connect.

5. A person who is much loved: beloved, darling, dear, honey, minion,
precious, sweet, sweetheart, truelove. Informal sweetie. Idioms:
light of one's life. See love/hatred.

6. A strong, enthusiastic liking for something: love affair, passion,
romance. See love/hatred.


1. To feel deep, devoted love for: adore, worship. See love/hatred.

2. To like or enjoy enthusiastically, often excessively: adore,
delight (in), dote on (or upon). Slang eat up, groove on. See
like/dislike, love/hatred.

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In addition to the idioms beginning with love, also see all's fair in
love and war; course of true love; fall in love; for the love of;
labor of love; make love; misery loves company; no love lost; not for
love or money; puppy love; somebody up there loves me.

Other idioms beginning with love:
love affair
love at first sight
lovers' lane


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Definition: adoration; very strong liking
Antonyms: dislike, hate, hatred


Definition: adore, like very much
Antonyms: dislike, hate, scorn


Definition: have sexual relations
Antonyms: abstain


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Teach only love for that is what you are. - A Course In

Everyone admits that love is wonderful and necessary, yet no
one agrees on just what it is. - Diane Ackerman

There is a law that man should love his neighbor as himself. In
a few hundred years it should be as natural to mankind as breathing or
the upright gait; but if he does not learn it he must perish. -
Alfred Adler

Love is a great beautifier. - Louisa May Alcott

The Impossible Generalized Man today is the critic who believes
in loving those unworthy of love as well as those worthy --yet
believes this only insofar as no personal risk is entailed. Meaning he
loves no one, worthy or no. This is what makes him impossible.
- Nelson Algren

I was nauseous and tingly all over. I was either in love or I
had smallpox. - Woody Allen

Sex alleviates tension. Love causes it. - Woody Allen


For more famous quotes about Love, visit Quotations Book.

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DictionaryA cynical view of the world by Ambrose Bierce


A temporary insanity curable by marriage or by removal of the patient
from the influences under which he incurred the disorder. This
disease, like caries and many other ailments, is prevalent only among
civilized races living under artificial conditions; barbarous nations
breathing pure air and eating simple food enjoy immunity from its
ravages. It is sometimes fatal, but more frequently to the physician
than to the patient.


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IN BRIEF: A deep and tender feeling of fondness and devotion.

pronunciation Shower the people you love with love. — James Taylor.

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on a word meaning below to see its connections and related words.

The noun love has 6 meanings:

Meaning #1: a strong positive emotion of regard and affection
Antonym: hate (meaning #1)

Meaning #2: any object of warm affection or devotion
Synonym: passion

Meaning #3: a beloved person; used as terms of endearment
Synonyms: beloved, dear, dearest, loved one, honey

Meaning #4: a deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction

Meaning #5: a score of zero in tennis or squash

Meaning #6: sexual activities (often including sexual intercourse)
between two people
Synonyms: sexual love, lovemaking, making love, love life


The verb love has 4 meanings:

Meaning #1: have a great affection or liking for
Antonym: hate (meaning #1)

Meaning #2: get pleasure from
Synonym: enjoy

Meaning #3: be enamored or in love with

Meaning #4: have sexual intercourse with
Synonyms: make out, make love, sleep with, get laid, have sex, know,
do it, be intimate, have intercourse, have it away, have it off, screw,
fuck, jazz, eff, hump, lie with, bed, have a go at it, bang, get it on,


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Bride price
Casual relationship
Open marriage
Platonic love
Serial monogamy

Love is a profound feeling of tender affection for or intense
attraction to another. People in love are often considered to have
"good" interpersonal chemistry.[1] Love is described as a deep,
ineffable feeling shared in passionate or intimate interpersonal
relationships. In different contexts, however, the word love has a
variety of related but distinct meanings: in addition to romantic love,
which is characterized by a mix of emotional and sexual desire, other
forms include platonic love, religious love, familial love, and the
more casual application of the term to anyone or anything that one
considers strongly pleasurable, enjoyable, or desirable, including
activities and foods. This diverse range of meanings in a single word
is commonly contrasted with the plurality of Greek words for Love,
reflecting the word's versatility and complexity.


Although clearly and consistently defining love is a difficult task,
and often a subject of much debate, different aspects of the word can
be clarified by determining what isn't "love." As a general expression
of positive sentiment (a stronger form of like), love is commonly
contrasted with hate (or neutral apathy); as a less sexual and more
"pure" form of romantic attachment, love is commonly contrasted with
lust; and as an interpersonal relationship with romantic overtones,
love is commonly contrasted with friendship, though other definitions
of the word love may be applied to close friendships in certain

The traditional Chinese character for love (愛) consists of a heart (middle) inside of "accept," "feel" or "perceive," which shows a graceful emotion.Enlarge
The traditional Chinese character for love (愛) consists of a heart
(middle) inside of "accept," "feel" or "perceive," which shows a
graceful emotion.

In ordinary use, love usually refers to interpersonal love, an
experience felt by a person for another person. Love often involves
caring for or identifying with a person or thing, including oneself
(cf. narcissism).

The concept of love, however, is subject to debate. Some deny the
existence of love. Others call it a recently-invented abstraction,
sometimes dating the "invention" to courtly Europe during or after the
middle ages—though this is contradicted by the sizable body of
ancient love poetry. Others maintain that love really exists, and is
not an abstraction, but is undefinable, being a quantity which is
spiritual or metaphysical in nature. Some psychologists maintain that
love is the action of lending one's "boundary" or "self-esteem" to
another. Others attempt to define love by applying the definition to
everyday life.

Cultural differences make any universal definition of love difficult
to establish. Expressions of love may include the love for a soul or
mind, the love of laws and organizations, love for a body, love for
nature, love of food, love of money, love for learning, love of power,
love of fame, love for the respect of others, etc. Different people
place varying degrees of importance on the kinds of love they receive.
Love is essentially an abstract concept, easier to experience than to
explain. Because of the complex and abstract nature of love, discourse
on love is commonly reduced to a thought-terminating cliché, and
there are a number of common proverbs regarding love, from Virgil's
"Love conquers all" to The Beatles' "All you need is love." Bertrand
Russell describes love as a condition of "absolute value," as opposed
to relative value.

Though love is considered a positive and desirable aspect of
existence, love can cause a great deal of emotional harm. Consider
Romeo and Juliet, Othello, Great Expectations, and other classical and
popular works that enumerate how love can lead to tragedy and
emotional pain. In human interactions, love becomes a peril when love
is not bilateral, known as Unrequited love. A further peril for
individuals that love, or can love others, is that love is not
enduring and that many people have psychological defense mechanisms
inhibit their ability to accept or reciprocate love.

Human bonding

Main article: Human bonding

People, throughout history, have often considered phenomena such as
“love at first sight” or “instant friendships” to be the
result of an uncontrollable force of attraction or affinity. One of
the first to theorize in this direction was the Greek philosopher
Empedocles who in the fourth century BC argued for existence of two
forces: love (philia) and strife (neikos), which were used to account
for the causes of motion in the universe. These two forces were said
to intermingle with the four elements, i.e. earth, water, air, and
fire, in such a manner that love, so to say, served as the binding
power linking the various parts of existence harmoniously together.

Later, Plato interpreted Empedocles’ two agents as attraction and
repulsion, stating that their operation is conceived in an alternate
sequence.[2] From these arguments, Plato originated the concept of
“likes attract”, e.g. earth is thus attracted towards earth, water
toward water, and fire toward fire. In modern terms this is often
phrased in terms of “birds of a feather flock together”. Later,
following developments in electrical theories, such as Coulomb's law,
which showed that positive and negative charges attract, analogs in
human life were developed such as "opposites attract." Over the last
century, researcher on the nature of human mating, such as in
evolutionary psychology, agree that pairs unite or attract to each
other owing to a combination of opposites attract, e.g. people with
dissimilar immune systems tend to attract, and likes attract, such
similarities of personality, character, views, etc.[3] In recent
years, various human bonding theories have been developed described in
terms of attachments, ties, bonds, and or affinities.

Religious views

Main article: Love (religious views)

Love in early religions was a mixture of ecstatic devotion and
ritualised obligation to idealised natural forces (pagan polytheism).
Later religions shifted emphasis towards single abstractly-oriented
objects like God, law, church and state (formalised monotheism).

A third view, pantheism, recognises a state or truth distinct from
(and often antagonistic to) the idea that there is a difference
between the worshipping subject and the worshipped object. Love is
reality, of which we, moving through time, imperfectly interpret
ourselves as an isolated part.

The Bible speaks of love as a set of attitudes and actions that are
far broader than the concept of love as an emotional attachment. Love
is seen as a set of behaviours that humankind is encouraged to act
out. One is encouraged not just to love one's partner, or even one's
friends but also to love one's enemies.

The Bible describes this type of active love in 1 Corinthians 13:4-8:

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not
boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it
is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not
delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects,
always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.

Romantic love is also present in the Bible, particularly the Song of
Songs (also known as Song of Solomon, Canticles.) Traditionally, this
book has been interpreted allegorically as a picture of God's love for
Israel and/or the Church. When taken naturally, we see a picture of
ideal human marriage.

"Place me like a seal over your heart, like a seal on your arm;
for love is as strong as death, its jealously unyielding as the
grave. It burns like a blazing fire, like a mighty flame. [like
the very flame of the LORD?] Many waters cannot quench love;
rivers cannot wash it away. If one were to give all the wealth
of his house for love, it would be utterly scorned." [8:6-7,

The passage dodi li v'ani lo ("my beloved is mine and I am my
beloved," Song of Songs 2:16) is often engraved on wedding bands. [citation needed]

Cultural views

Main article: Love (cultural views)

Although there exist numerous cross-cultural unified similarities as
to the nature and definition of love, as in there being a thread of
commitment, tenderness, and passion common to all human existence,
there are differences. For example, in India, with arranged marriages
commonplace, it is believed that love is not a necessary ingredient in
the initial stages of marriage – it is something that can be created
during the marriage; whereas in Western culture, by comparison, love
is seen as a necessary prerequisite to marriage.

Scientific views

Main article: Love (scientific views)

Throughout history, predominantly, philosophy and religion have
speculated the most into the phenomenon of love. In the last century,
the science of psychology has written a great deal on the subject.
Recently, however, the sciences of evolutionary psychology,
evolutionary biology, anthropology, neuroscience, and biology have
begun to take centre stage in discussion as to the nature and function
of love.

Biological models of sex tend to see it as a mammalian drive, just
like hunger or thirst. Psychology sees love as more of a social and
cultural phenomenon. Psychologist Robert Sternberg created his
Triangular theory of love and argued that love has three different
components: Intimacy, Commitment, and Passion. Intimacy is a form
where two people can share secrets and various details of their
personal lives. Intimacy is usually shown in friendships and romantic
love affairs. Commitment on the other hand is the expectation that the
relationship is going to last forever. The last and most common form
of love is simply sex, or passion. Passionate love is shown in
infatuation as well as romantic love. This led researchers such as
Yela to further refine the model by separating Passion into two
independents components: Erotic Passion and Romantic Passion.

Chemical basis

Main article: Interpersonal chemistry

Recent studies in neuroscience have indicated that a consistent number
of chemicals are present in the brain when people testify to feeling
love. These chemicals include; Testosterone, Oestrogen, Dopamine,
Norepinephrine, Serotonin, Oxytocin, and Vasopressin. More
specifically, higher levels of Testosterone and Oestrogen are present
during the lustful phase of a relationship. Dopamine, Norepinephrine,
and Seretonin are more commonly found during the attraction phase of a
relationship. Oxytocin, and Vasopressin seemed to be more closely
linked to long term bonding and relationships characterized by strong

In December 2005, Italian scientists at Pavia University found that a
molecule known as the Nerve Growth Factor has high levels when people
first fall in love, but these levels return to as they were after one

"NGF level was significantly higher (p<0.001) in the subjects in love
[mean (SEM): 227 (14) pg/ml] than in either the subjects with a
long-lasting relationship [123 (10) pg/ml] or the subjects with no
relationship [149 (12) pg/ml]. Notably, there was also a significant
positive correlation between levels of NGF and the intensity of
romantic love as assessed with the passionate love scale (r=0.34;
p=0.007). No differences in the concentrations of other NTs were
detected. In 39 subjects in love who—after 12–24
months—maintained the same relationship but were no longer in the
same mental state to which they had referred during the initial
evaluation, plasma NGF levels decreased and became indistinguishable
from those of the control groups."[1]

Definitional issues

Dictionaries tend to define love as deep affection or fondness.[4] In
colloquial use, according to polled opinion, the most favoured
definitions of love include the words:[5]

1. life - someone to whom one would give their life.

2. care - refers to a mental or emotional state of predisposition in
which one has an interest or concern for someone or something. To
care for someone, may also refer to a disquieted state of mixed
uncertainty, apprehension, and responsibility; or a cause for such

3. friendship - favoured interpersonal associations or

4. union - dissolution of loving subject into loved object; a
hyper-real state of creative generosity.

5. family - people related via common ancestry.

6. bond - the inner connection when another person is a part of your

Thomas Jay Oord defines love as acting intentionally, in sympathetic
response to others (including God), to promote overall well-being.
Oord means for his definition to be adequate for religion, philosophy,
and the sciences.

See also

* Affectional orientation

* Altruism

* Aspects of love

* Admiration

* Attachment

* Care

* Desire to procreate

* Lust

* Respect

* Beauty

* Charisma

* Courtship

* Crush

* Dating

* Emotion

* Erotic love

* Erotomania

* Erotophobia

* Falling in love

* Flirting

* Greek words for love

* Human bonding

* Intimate relationship

* Limerence

* Love at first sight

* Love-hate relationships

* Love letter

* Love-shyness

* Love sickness

* Lust

* Marriage

* Metta

* Obsessive love

* Personal commitment

* Personal relationship

* Persuasion

* Philia

* List of philias

* Physical attractiveness

* Platonic love

* Polyamory

* Romance novels

* Romanticism

* Romantic love

* Seduction

* Seduction Community

* Sex

* Triangular theory of love


1. ^ Fisher, Helen (2004). Why We Love – the Nature and Chemistry
of Romantic Love. Henry Holt and Company. ISBN 0805069135.

2. ^ Jammer, Max (1956). Concepts of Force. Dover Publications,
Inc.. ISBN 048640689X.

3. ^ Berscheid, Ellen, Walster, Elaine, H. (1969). Interpersonal
Attraction. Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.. CCCN 69-17443.

4. ^ Oxford Illustrated American Dictionary (1998) + Merriam-Webster
Collegiate Dictionary (2000).

5. ^ '04 Poll of 250 Chicagoans – Institute of Human
Thermodynamics (Chicago)


* Roger Allen, Hillar Kilpatrick, and Ed de Moor, eds. Love and
Sexuality in Modern Arabic Literature. London: Saqi Books, 1995.

* Shadi Bartsch and Thomas Bartscherer, eds. Erotikon: Essays on
Eros, Ancient and Modern. Chicago: University of Chicago Press,

* Helen Fisher. Why We Love: the Nature and Chemistry of Romantic

* Gabriele Froböse, Rolf Froböse, Michael Gross (Translator): Lust
and Love: Is it more than Chemistry? Publisher: Royal Society of
Chemistry, ISBN 0-85404-867-7, (2006).

* Thomas Jay Oord, Science of Love: The Wisdom of Well-Being.
Philadelphia: Templeton Foundation Press, 2004.

* R. J. Sternberg. A triangular theory of love. 1986. Psychological
Review, 93, 119–135

* R. J. Sternberg. Liking versus loving: A comparative evaluation of
theories. 1987. Psychological Bulletin, 102, 331–345

* Sternberg, Robert (1998). Cupid's Arrow - the Course of Love
through Time. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-47893-6.

* Dorothy Tennov. Love and Limerence: the Experience of Being in
Love. New York: Stein and Day, 1979. ISBN 0-8128-6134-5

* Dorothy Tennov. A Scientist Looks at Romantic Love and Calls It
"Limerence": The Collected Works of Dorothy Tennov. Greenwich, CT:
The Great American Publishing Society (GRAMPS), [2]

* Wood, Wood and Boyd. The World of Psychology. 5th edition. 2005.
Pearson Education, 402–403

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Common misspelling(s) of love

* loev

* lvoe

* lveo

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for: Love

Dansk (Danish)
n. - kærlighed, elskov, lyst
v. tr. - elske, holde meget af, meget gerne
v. intr. - elske, holde meget af, meget gerne


* for love gratis

* in love with forelsket i

* love affair kærligsaffære, kærligshistorie,
kærlighedseventyr, kærlighedsforhold

* love at first sight kærlighed ved første blik

* love bite sugemærke

* love child elskovsbarn

* love feast kærlighedsmåltid

* love letter kærestebrev, kærlighedsbrev

* love life kærlighedsliv

* love match inklinationsparti

* love nest elskovsrede

* love triangle trekant, kærlighedstrekant

* love-hate relationship had-kærlighedsforhold

* make love elske, have samleje

* no love lost between ikke være de bedste venner

* not for love or money ikke for noget i verden

Nederlands (Dutch)
liefde, geliefde, verliefdheid, genegenheid, schatje (informele
aanspreekvorm), houden van, liefhebben, heerlijk vinden, verzot zijn
op, vrijen met, liefdes-, nul (tennis)

Français (French)
n. - amour, affection, amitiés, baisers, affectueusement (lettre),
(GB) amour, chéri(e), zéro (tennis)
v. tr. - aimer, adorer, être ravi(e) (iron)
v. intr. - aimer


* fall out of love cesser d'être amoureux

* for love par amour

* for the love of pour l'amour de, par goût pour

* in love amoureux de

* love affair liaison, histoire d'amour

* love at first sight coup de foudre

* love bite (GB) suçon

* love child enfant de l'amour

* love feast festin amoureux

* love letter lettre d'amour

* love life vie amoureuse

* love match union parfaite

* love nest nid d'amour

* love triangle éternel triangle

* love-hate relationship relation d'amour et de haine

* make love faire l'amour

* no love lost between se détester cordialement

* not for love or money (ne pas faire qch) pour rien au monde

Deutsch (German)
n. - Liebe, Geliebte, Liebling, null
v. - lieben


* fall out of love jmdn. nicht mehr lieben, einer Sache
überdrüssig sein/etw. nicht mehr mögen

* for love aus Liebe

* for the love of jmdm. zu Liebe, um jmds. willen

* in love verliebt in

* love affair Liebesaffäre

* love at first sight Liebe auf den ersten Blick

* love bite roter Hautfleck nach Beißen während des

* love child uneheliches Kind

* love feast Liebesmahl

* love letter Liebesbrief

* love life Liebesleben

* love match Liebesheirat

* love nest Liebesnest

* love triangle Dreiecksverhältnis

* love-hate relationship Haßliebe

* make love miteinander schlafen

* no love lost between können sich nicht ausstehen

* not for love or money auf gar keinen Fall

Ελληνική (Greek)
n. - αγάπη, στοργή, Îρωτας, αγαπημÎνος,
ερωμÎνος (άνθρωπος), (αθλοπ.) Îλλειψη
σκορ, μηδÎν-μηδÎν
v. - αγαπώ, ακριβαγαπώ, μου αρÎσει πολύ,
num. - μηδÎν


* for love από αγάπη

* in love with ερωτευμÎνος με

* love affair ερωτική υπόθεση,

* love at first sight κεραυνοβόλος Îρωτας

* love bite σημάδι από ερωτική δαγκωνιά
ή ρουφηξιά

* love child εξώγαμο

* love feast (θρησκ., ιστ.) ποτήριον
αγάπης, εορτή της αγάπης

* love letter ερωτική επιστολή

* love life ερωτική ή σεξουαλική ζωή

* love match γάμος από Îρωτα

* love nest ερωτική φωλιά

* love triangle ερωτικό τρίγωνο

* love-hate relationship σχÎση αγάπης-μίσους

* make love κάνω Îρωτα

* no love lost between εχθρότητα ανάμεσα

* not for love or money για τίποτα στον κόσμο

Italiano (Italian)
amare, adorare, amore, amante, affetto, amoroso, amorosamente


* for love per amore

* in love with innamorato di

* love affair avventura romantica

* love at first sight amore a prima vista

* love bite freccia di Cupido

* love child figlio naturale

* love feast agape

* love letter lettera d'amore

* love life vita amorosa

* love match matrimonio d'amore

* love nest nido d'amore

* love triangle triangolo amoroso

* love-hate relationship relazione di amore e odio

* no love lost between detestarsi

* not for love or money per niente al mondo

Português (Portuguese)
n. - amor (m), afeição (m), amizade (m), zero (m) (Desp.)
v. - amar, querer bem, gostar de
num. - zero


* for love por amor

* in love with apaixonado

* love affair caso (m) de amor

* love at first sight amor (m) Ã primeira vista

* love bite chupada (f)

* love child filho (m) ilegÃtimo

* love feast ágape dos cristãos e seitas primitivas

* love letter carta (f) de amor

* love life vida (f) amorosa

* love match casamento por amor

* love nest ninho (m) de amor

* love triangle triângulo (m) amoroso

* love-hate relationship relacionamento (m) de amor e ódio

* make love fazer amor, transar

* no love lost between detestar-se

* not for love or money por nada deste mundo

Русский (Russian)
любить, хотеть чего-л., любовь, предмет
любви, любовная интрига


* for love из любви к искусству

* in love with влюбиться

* love affair любовный роман

* love at first sight любовь с первого

* love bite засос

* love child дитя любви

* love feast у ранних христиан - обед,
символизирующий братскую любовь,
методистская служба, имитирующая
обряд ранних христиан

* love letter любовное письмо

* love life интимная жизнь

* love match брак по любви

* love nest любовное гнездышко

* love triangle любовный треугольник

* love-hate relationship отношения

* make love иметь физическую близость с
кем-л., ухаживать за кем-л.

* no love lost between не взлюбить кого-л.

* not for love or money ни за какие деньги

Español (Spanish)
n. - chifladura, cariño, enamoramiento, querido, amante, amor, afecto
v. tr. - amar, querer, tener cariño, enamorarse
v. intr. - amar, estar enamorado


* fall out of love perder el amor

* for love por amor, por gusto, gratis

* for the love of por el amor de

* in love estar enamorado de

* love affair amorÃo, aventura amorosa

* love at first sight amor a primera vista, flechazo

* love bite mordisco amoroso

* love child hijo natural, hijo del amor

* love feast ágape (entre los primeros cristianos)

* love letter carta de amor

* love life vida amorosa

* love match matrimonio por amor

* love nest nido de amor

* love triangle triángulo amoroso

* love-hate relationship relación de amor-odio

* make love hacer el amor

* no love lost between no se pueden ver, no se aprecian

* not for love or money por nada del mundo

Svenska (Swedish)
n. - kärlek, förälskelse, tillgivenhet, lust, böjelse,
förtjusning, passion, hälsning (ar), älskling, raring, lilla vän,
rar (förtjusande) människa, sötnos, förtjusande (tjusig) sak,
(Love) Amor, kärleksguden, (poet.) amorin, (i tennis o.d.) noll
v. - älska, tycka (mycket) om, vara
num. - (i tennis o.d.) noll

ä¸æ–‡ï¼ˆç®€ä½“) (Chinese (Simplified))
爱, 爱情, 恋爱, 爱慕, 爱好


* for love 出于喜爱

* in love with 爱上

* love affair 风流韵事, 强烈爱好

* love at first sight 一见钟情

* love bite 吻痕

* love child 私生å

* love feast 友好聚餐

* love letter 情书

* love life 情爱生活, 性生活

* love match 恋爱结婚

* love nest 爱窝, 指情人的居处, 幽会处所,

* love triangle 三角恋爱

* love-hate relationship 爱恨交åŠ

* make love 做爱, 示爱

* no love lost between 不再相爱, 没有好感

* not for love or money æ— è®ºå¦‚ä½•éƒ½ä¸

ä¸æ–‡ï¼ˆç¹é«”) (Chinese (Traditional))
n. - 愛, 愛情, 戀愛
v. tr. - 愛, 愛慕, 愛好
v. intr. - 愛


* for love 出於喜愛

* in love with 愛上

* love affair 風流韻事, 強烈愛好

* love at first sight 一見鐘情

* love bite 吻痕

* love child 私生å

* love feast 友好聚餐

* love letter 情書

* love life 情愛生活, 性生活

* love match 戀愛結婚

* love nest 愛窩, 指情人的居處, 幽會處所,

* love triangle 三角戀愛

* love-hate relationship 愛恨交åŠ

* make love 做愛, 示愛

* no love lost between 不再相愛, 沒有好感

* not for love or money 無論如何都不

한êµì–´ (Korean)
n. - 사랑 , ì• ì •, 좋아하는 것[사람]
v. tr. - 사랑하다, ì• í˜¸í•˜ë‹¤, ì• ë¬´í•˜ë‹¤, 필요로 하다,
~을 필요로 하다
v. intr. - ì—°ì• í•˜ê³ ìžˆë‹¤, 반하다


* in love with ì• ì°©ì„ ê°–ê³ ìžˆë‹¤, 반해 있다

* make love 포옹하다, 성행위하다, êµ¬ì• í•˜ë‹¤

日本語 (Japanese)
n. - 愛, 愛情, 恋愛, 性欲, 大好きな物, 強い好み,
ããˆ, 恋人, 愛人, 愛する人, 色情, 好きなもの
v. - 愛する, 大好きである, …したいと思う


* crossed in love 失恋する

* for love 好きで, ただで, è³ã‘なしで

* in love with …にほれて, 好んで

* love affair 恋愛事件, 情事

* love at first sight 一目惚れ

* love bite ã‚スマーク

* love child 私生児

* love feast 愛餐, 愛餐会

* love letter ラブレター

* love life 性生活

* love match 恋愛結婚

* love nest 愛の巣

* love triangle 三角関係

* make love 性交する, 口説く, 言い寄る

* no love lost between ~との間にもう愛はない

* not for love or money どうやってみても~ない

العربيه (Arabic)
‏(الاسم) مØبه, مودة, ولوع, شغف, موضوع هذا
الولوع أو الشغف, Øب, صله غراميه, قصه
غرام, جماع, المØبوب (فعل) يجب, يعشق,
يلاطف, يربت ألخ, يولع, يشغف (عدد) صفر, لا

עברית (Hebrew)
n. - ‮אהבה, אהוב, אהובה, מותק, חיבה, דבר
מקסים, יחסי-מין, אפס × ×§×•×“×•×ª (×‘×˜× ×™×¡
v. tr. - ‮אהב, × ×˜×” ל-, חיבב מאד, העריץ‬
v. intr. - ‮הית/ה מאוהב/ת ב-‬

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