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* (UK) IPA(key): /lʌv/, [lɐv] * (US) IPA(key): /lʌv/ * Rhymes: -ʌv

  • (UK) IPA(key): /lʌv/, [lɐv]
  • (US) IPA(key): /lʌv/
  • Rhymes: -ʌv

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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _love_, _luve_, from Old English _lufu_ (“love, affection, desire”), from Proto-Germanic _*lubō_ (“love”), from Proto-Indo-European _*lewbʰ-_, _*leubʰ-_ (“love, care, desire”). Cognate with Old Frisian _luve_ (“love”), Old High German _luba_ (“love”). Related to Old English _lēof_ (“dear, beloved”), _līefan_ (“to allow, approve of”), Saterland Frisian _Ljoowe_ (“love”), Latin _libet_, _lubō_ (“to please”) and Albanian _lyp_ (“to beg, ask insistently”), _lips_ (“to be demanded, needed”), Serbo-Croatian _ljubiti_, _ljubav_, Russian _любовь_ (ljubovʹ), _любить_ (ljubitʹ). The closing-of-a-letter sense is presumably a truncation of _With love_ or the like. The verb is from Middle English _loven_, _lovien_, from Old English _lufian_ (“to love, cherish, sow love to; fondle, caress; delight in, approve, practice”), from the noun _lufu_ (“love”). See above. Compare West Frisian _leavje_ (“to love”), German _lieben_ (“to love”). NOUN LOVE (_countable and uncountable_, _plural_ LOVES) * (uncountable) Strong affection. * An intense feeling of affection and care towards another person. _A mother’s LOVE is not easily shaken._ * A deep or abiding liking for something. _My LOVE of cricket knows no bounds._ * A profound and caring attraction towards someone. _Your LOVE is the most important thing in my life._ * John Milton (1608-1674) He on his side / Leaning half-raised, with looks of cordial LOVE / Hung over her enamoured. * (countable) The object of one’s romantic feelings; a darling or sweetheart. _I met my LOVE by the gasworks wall._ * Edmund Spenser (c.1552–1599) Open the temple gates unto my LOVE. * (colloquial) A term of friendly address, regardless of feelings. _Hello, LOVE, how can I help you?_ * (euphemistic) A sexual desire; sexual activity. * 1986, Ben Elton & al., _Blackadder II_, "Bells": —What think you, my lord, of... LOVE? —You mean ‘rumpy-pumpy’. * Used as the closing, before the signature, of a letter, especially between good friends or family members, or by the young. * (obsolete) A thin silk material. * 1664, Robert Boyle, _Experiments and Considerations Touching Colours, […]_ Such a kind of transparency, as that of a Sive, a piece of Cyprus, or a LOVE-Hood. * A climbing plant, _Clematis vitalba_. SYNONYMS * (darling, sweetheart): baby, darling, lover, pet, sweetheart, honey, love bird * (term of address): mate, lover. darling, sweety ANTONYMS * (strong affection): hate, hatred, angst; malice, spite * (absence of love): indifference TRANSLATIONS VERB LOVE (_third-person singular simple present_ LOVES, _present participle_ LOVING, _simple past and past participle_ LOVED) * (usually transitive, sometimes intransitive) To have a strong affection for (someone or something). * 1918, Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Land That Time Forgot Chapter VI I wanted to take her in my arms and tell her how I LOVED her, and had taken her hand from the rail and started to draw her toward me when Olson came blundering up on deck with his bedding. * 2013 February 26, Pink and Nate Ruess, _Just Give Me a Reason_: Just give me a reason, / just a little bit's enough, / just a second we're not broken, just bent / and we can learn to LOVE again. _I LOVE my spouse.   I LOVE you!_ * (transitive) To need, thrive on. _Mold LOVES moist, dark places._ * (transitive, colloquial) To be strongly inclined towards something; an emphatic form of _like_. _I LOVE walking barefoot on wet grass;  I'd LOVE to join the team;  I LOVE what you've done with your hair_ * (usually transitive, sometimes intransitive) To care deeply about, to be dedicated to (someone or something). * John 3:16 For God so LOVED the world that he gave his one and only Son, that

From Middle English love, luve, from Old English lufu (love, affection, desire), from Proto-Germanic *lubō (love), from Proto-Indo-European *lewbʰ-, *leubʰ- (love, care, desire). Cognate with Old Frisian luve (love), Old High German luba (love). Related to Old English lēof (dear, beloved), līefan (to allow, approve of), Saterland Frisian Ljoowe (love), Latin libet, lubō (to please) and Albanian lyp (to beg, ask insistently), lips (to be demanded, needed), Serbo-Croatian ljubiti, ljubav, Russian любовь (ljubovʹ), любить (ljubitʹ).

The closing-of-a-letter sense is presumably a truncation of With love or the like.

The verb is from Middle English loven, lovien, from Old English lufian (to love, cherish, sow love to; fondle, caress; delight in, approve, practice), from the noun lufu (love). See above. Compare West Frisian leavje (to love), German lieben (to love).

Noun

love (countable and uncountable, plural loves)

  1. (uncountable) Strong affection.
    1. An intense feeling of affection and care towards another person.
      A mother’s love is not easily shaken.
    2. A deep or abiding liking for something.
      My love of cricket knows no bounds.
    3. A profound and caring attraction towards someone.
      Your love is the most important thing in my life.
  2. (countable) The object of one’s romantic feelings; a darling or sweetheart.
    I met my love by the gasworks wall.
  3. (colloquial) A term of friendly address, regardless of feelings.
    Hello, love, how can I help you?
  4. (euphemistic) A sexual desire; sexual activity.
  5. Used as the closing, before the signature, of a letter, especially between good friends or family members, or by the young.
  6. (obsolete) A thin silk material.
  7. A climbing plant, Clematis vitalba.
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Verb

love (third-person singular simple present loves, present participle loving, simple past and past participle loved)

  1. (usually transitive, sometimes intransitive) To have a strong affection for (someone or something).
    I love my spouse.   I love you!
  2. (transitive) To need, thrive on.
    Mold loves moist, dark places.
  3. (transitive, colloquial) To be strongly inclined towards something; an emphatic form of like.
    I love walking barefoot on wet grass;  I'd love to join the team;  I love what you've done with your hair
  4. (usually transitive, sometimes intransitive) To care deeply about, to be dedicated to (someone or something).

English - Etymology 2

From Middle English _loven_, _lovien_, from Old English _lofian_ (“to praise, exalt, appraise, value”), from Proto-Germanic _*lubōną_ (“to praise, vow”), from _*lubą_ (“praise”), from Proto-Indo-European _*leubʰ-_ (“to like, love, desire”), _*lewbʰ-_. Cognate with Scots _love_, _lofe_ (“to praise, honour, esteem”), Dutch _loven_ (“to praise”), German _loben_ (“to praise”), Swedish _lova_ (“to promise, pledge”), Icelandic _lofa_ (“to promise”). See also lofe. VERB LOVE (_third-person singular simple present_ LOVES, _present participle_ LOVING, _simple past and past participle_ LOVED) * (transitive, obsolete or UK dialectal) To praise; commend. * (transitive, obsolete or UK dialectal) To praise as of value; prize; set a price on.

From Middle English loven, lovien, from Old English lofian (to praise, exalt, appraise, value), from Proto-Germanic *lubōną (to praise, vow), from *lubą (praise), from Proto-Indo-European *leubʰ- (to like, love, desire), *lewbʰ-. Cognate with Scots love, lofe (to praise, honour, esteem), Dutch loven (to praise), German loben (to praise), Swedish lova (to promise, pledge), Icelandic lofa (to promise). See also lofe.

Verb

love (third-person singular simple present loves, present participle loving, simple past and past participle loved)

  1. (transitive, obsolete or UK dialectal) To praise; commend.
  2. (transitive, obsolete or UK dialectal) To praise as of value; prize; set a price on.

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English - Etymology 3

From the phrase _Neither for love nor for money_, meaning "nothing". The previously held belief that it originated from the French term _l’œuf_ (“the egg”), due to its shape, is no longer widely accepted. NOUN LOVE (_uncountable_) * (racquet sports) Zero, no score. _So that’s fifteen-LOVE to Kournikova._ * _The Field_ He won the match by three sets to LOVE. * John Betjeman, _A Subaltern's Love Song_ LOVE-thirty, love-forty, oh! weakness of joy, / The speed of a swallow, the grace of a boy, / With carefullest carelessness, gaily you won, / I am weak from your loveliness, Joan Hunter Dunn. TRANSLATIONS STATISTICS

From the phrase Neither for love nor for money, meaning "nothing".

The previously held belief that it originated from the French term l’œuf (the egg), due to its shape, is no longer widely accepted.

Noun

love (uncountable)

  1. (racquet sports) Zero, no score.
    So that’s fifteen-love to Kournikova.
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English - Anagrams

* voël * vole

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Czech - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /'lɔvɛ/

  • IPA(key): /'lɔvɛ/

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Czech - Noun

LOVE f pl * (slang) money

love f pl

  1. (slang) money

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Danish - Etymology 1

See lov PRONUNCIATION * IPA(key): /lɔːvə/, [ˈlɔːwə] NOUN LOVE c * plural indefinite of _lov_

See lov

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /lɔːvə/, [ˈlɔːwə]

Noun

love c

  1. plural indefinite of lov

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From Middle Low German _lōve_. PRONUNCIATION * IPA(key): /lɔːvə/, [ˈlɔːwə] NOUN LOVE c * trust, faith RELATED TERMS * på tro og love

From Middle Low German lōve.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /lɔːvə/, [ˈlɔːwə]

Noun

love c

  1. trust, faith
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From Old Norse _lofa_. PRONUNCIATION * IPA(key): /lɔːvə/, [ˈlɔːwə] VERB LOVE (_imperative_ LOV, _infinitive_ AT LOVE, _present tense_ LOVER, _past tense_ LOVEDE, _past participle_ HAR LOVET) * praise * promise

From Old Norse lofa.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /lɔːvə/, [ˈlɔːwə]

Verb

love (imperative lov, infinitive at love, present tense lover, past tense lovede, past participle har lovet)

  1. praise
  2. promise

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Dutch - Verb

LOVE * (archaic) singular present subjunctive of _loven_

love

  1. (archaic) singular present subjunctive of loven

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Dutch - Anagrams

* velo, voel

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French - Verb

LOVE * first-person singular present indicative of _lover_ * third-person singular present indicative of _lover_ * first-person singular present subjunctive of _lover_ * first-person singular present subjunctive of _lover_ * second-person singular imperative of _lover_

love

  1. first-person singular present indicative of lover
  2. third-person singular present indicative of lover
  3. first-person singular present subjunctive of lover
  4. first-person singular present subjunctive of lover
  5. second-person singular imperative of lover

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French - Anagrams

* vélo * vole, volé

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Middle English - Noun

LOVE (_plural_ LOVES) * love

love (plural loves)

  1. love

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Norwegian Bokmål - Etymology

From Old Norse _lofa_.

From Old Norse lofa.

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Norwegian Bokmål - Verb 1

LOVE (_imperative_ LOV, _present tense_ LOVER, _simple past and past participle_ LOVA _or_ LOVET, _present participle_ LOVENDE) * to praise

love (imperative lov, present tense lover, simple past and past participle lova or lovet, present participle lovende)

  1. to praise

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Norwegian Bokmål - Verb 2

LOVE (_imperative_ LOV, _present tense_ LOVER, _simple past_ LOVA _or_ LOVET _or_ LOVTE _or_ LOVDE, _past participle_ LOVA _or_ LOVET _or_ LOVT _or_ LOVD, _present participle_ LOVENDE) * to promise (_as an adjective_) _det LOVEDE land - the Promised Land_ RELATED TERMS * løfte

love (imperative lov, present tense lover, simple past lova or lovet or lovte or lovde, past participle lova or lovet or lovt or lovd, present participle lovende)

  1. to promise
    (as an adjective) det lovede land - the Promised Land

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* “love” in _The Bokmål Dictionary_.

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Romani - Noun

LOVE * plural form of _lovo_ * money DESCENDANTS * Hungarian: lóvé

love

  1. plural form of lovo
  2. money

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