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Detailed Synonyms for love in Englisch

love:

love [the ~] Nomen

  1. the love
    the love; the warm heartedness; the affection; the ardour; the fervour; the intimacy; the ardor; the fervor
  2. the love
    the darling; the dear; the love
  3. the love
    the sweetheart; the dearest; the darling; the dear child; the love
  4. the love
    – a beloved person; used as terms of endearment 1
    the treasure; the peach; the sweetest; the sweet; the sugar; the deary; the candy
    the sweetheart; the sweetie
    – a person loved by another person 1
    the honey; the dearest; the beloved; the dear; the love
    – a beloved person; used as terms of endearment 1
    the darling
    – a special loved one 1
  5. the love
    – a beloved person; used as terms of endearment 1
    the sweetheart
    – a person loved by another person 1
    the ladylove
    – a woman who is a man's sweetheart 1
    the hearts desire; the young man; the darling
    the beloved; the dearest; the love
    – a beloved person; used as terms of endearment 1
    the deary
    – a special loved one 1
    the lover
    – a person who loves someone or is loved by someone 1
  6. the love
    – a beloved person; used as terms of endearment 1
    the love; the dear; the honey; the beloved; the dearest
    – a beloved person; used as terms of endearment 1
  7. the love
    – sexual activities (often including sexual intercourse) between two people 1
    the love; the making love; the love life; the sexual love; the lovemaking
    – sexual activities (often including sexual intercourse) between two people 1
  8. the love
    – any object of warm affection or devotion 1
    the love; the passion
    – any object of warm affection or devotion 1
    • love [the ~] Nomen
      • the theater was her first love1
    • passion [the ~] Nomen
      • he has a passion for cock fighting1
  9. the love
    – a deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction 1
    the love; the erotic love; the sexual love
    – a deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction 1
    • love [the ~] Nomen
      • their love left them indifferent to their surroundings1
      • she was his first love1
    • erotic love [the ~] Nomen
    • sexual love [the ~] Nomen
  10. the love
    – a strong positive emotion of regard and affection 1
    the love
    – a strong positive emotion of regard and affection 1
    • love [the ~] Nomen
      • his love for his work1
      • children need a lot of love1
  11. the love
    – a score of zero in tennis or squash 1
    the love
    – a score of zero in tennis or squash 1
    • love [the ~] Nomen
      • it was 40 love1

to love Verb (loves, loved, loving)

  1. to love
    to love; to be fond of; to adore
    • love Verb (loves, loved, loving)
    • be fond of Verb (is fond of, being fond of)
    • adore Verb (adores, adored, adoring)
  2. to love
    to love
    • love Verb (loves, loved, loving)
  3. to love
    to enjoy; to please; to suit; pleasures; to love
    • enjoy Verb (enjoies, enjoyed, enjoying)
    • please Verb (pleases, pleased, pleasing)
    • suit Verb (suits, suited, suiting)
    • pleasures Verb
    • love Verb (loves, loved, loving)
  4. to love
    – have sexual intercourse with 1
    to make love; to love
    – have sexual intercourse with 1
    • make love Verb (makes love, made love, making love)
    • love Verb (loves, loved, loving)
    to cuddle
    – hold (a person or thing) close, as for affection, comfort, or warmth 1
    • cuddle Verb (cuddles, cuddled, cuddling)
      • I cuddled the baby1
    to neck
    – kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion 1
    • neck Verb (necks, necked, necking)
      • The couple were necking in the back seat of the car1
    to caress
    – touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing manner 1
    • caress Verb (caresss, caressed, caressing)
      • He caressed her face1
  5. to love
    – have sexual intercourse with 1
    to love; to fuck; to know; screw; to hump; to make out; to make love; jazz; have sex; eff; sleep with; be intimate; roll in the hay; have it away; get laid; do it; sleep together; have it off; have intercourse
    – have sexual intercourse with 1
  6. to love
    – have a great affection or liking for 1
    to love
    – have a great affection or liking for 1
    • love Verb (loves, loved, loving)
      • I love French food1
      • She loves her boss and works hard for him1
  7. to love
    – be enamored or in love with 1
    to love
    – be enamored or in love with 1
    • love Verb (loves, loved, loving)
      • She loves her husband deeply1
  8. to love
    – get pleasure from 1
    to love; to enjoy
    – get pleasure from 1
    • love Verb (loves, loved, loving)
      • I love cooking1
    • enjoy Verb (enjoies, enjoyed, enjoying)

Konjugationen für love:

present
  1. love
  2. love
  3. loves
  4. love
  5. love
  6. love
simple past
  1. loved
  2. loved
  3. loved
  4. loved
  5. loved
  6. loved
present perfect
  1. have loved
  2. have loved
  3. has loved
  4. have loved
  5. have loved
  6. have loved
past continuous
  1. was loving
  2. were loving
  3. was loving
  4. were loving
  5. were loving
  6. were loving
future
  1. shall love
  2. will love
  3. will love
  4. shall love
  5. will love
  6. will love
continuous present
  1. am loving
  2. are loving
  3. is loving
  4. are loving
  5. are loving
  6. are loving
subjunctive
  1. be loved
  2. be loved
  3. be loved
  4. be loved
  5. be loved
  6. be loved
diverse
  1. love!
  2. let's love!
  3. loved
  4. loving
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Verwandte Wörter für "love":


Alternate Synonyms for "love":


Antonyme für "love":


Verwandte Definitionen für "love":

  1. sexual activities (often including sexual intercourse) between two people1
    • he hadn't had any love in months1
  2. any object of warm affection or devotion1
    • the theater was her first love1
  3. a deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction1
    • their love left them indifferent to their surroundings1
    • she was his first love1
  4. a strong positive emotion of regard and affection1
    • his love for his work1
    • children need a lot of love1
  5. a beloved person; used as terms of endearment1
  6. a score of zero in tennis or squash1
    • it was 40 love1
  7. have sexual intercourse with1
  8. have a great affection or liking for1
    • I love French food1
    • She loves her boss and works hard for him1
  9. be enamored or in love with1
    • She loves her husband deeply1
  10. get pleasure from1
    • I love cooking1

Related Synonyms for love