36 Definitions Of Love, According To Urban Dictionary
By Marisa Donnelly, April 4th 2016
Love is giving someone the power to destroy you, and trusting them not to.
There’s a thin line between love and hate.
The act of caring and giving to someone else…having someone’s best interest and well-being as a priority in your life.
To truly L. O. V.E. is a very selfless act.
The most spectacular, indescribable, deep euphoric feeling for someone.
Love is an incredibly powerful word. When you’re in love, you always want to be together, and when you’re not, you’re thinking about being together because you need that person and without them your life is incomplete.
This love is unconditional affection with no limits or conditions: completely loving someone. It’s wh en you trust the other with your life and when you would do anything for each other. When you love someone, you want nothing more than for them to be truly happy no matter what it takes, because that’s how much you care about them and because their needs come before your own. You hide nothing of yourself and can tell the other anything because you know they accept you just the way you are and vice versa.
Love can make you do anything and sacrifice for what will be better in the end. Love is intense and passionate. Everything seems brighter, happier and more wonderful when you’re in love. If you find it, don’t let it go.
Nature’s way of tricking people into reproducing.
An inexplainable yet incredibly strong feeling for someone.
Most people use the word “love” to get into someone else’s pants. Love is overused in today’s world; people say they love someone because of the way they look or their body. That isn’t love.
Love is when you can’t do anything without thinking about that person, and you always want to be with them. It’s not that you want to have sex with them, you just want to spend time with them and you just want to hold them and never let go.
Love can be foolish; you can think you’re in love and it can lead to the most horrible feeling in the world. Also you can wait so long for someone, loving them, and waiting for them to lov e you back, but they don’t return it. But when that person realizes that they love you back, it’s miraculous.
Love is a very strong word. Don’t overuse it.
Lust is the desire for their body.
Love is the desire for their soul.
“Love is patient; love is kind and envies no one. Love is never boastful, nor conceited, nor rude; never selfish, not quick to take offence. Love keeps no score of wrongs; does not gloat over another’s sins, but delights in the truth. There is nothing love cannot face; there is not limit to its faith, its hope, and its endurance. In a word, there are three things that last forever: faith, hope, and love; but the greatest of them all is love.” (1 Corinthians 13)
You have great chemistry:
You get lost in your conversations, and the hours pass like minutes. You’re more than willing to listen to her when she talks about her day. The chemistry between you is remarkable.
You find her beautiful:
Even if you catch her with no makeup on and her hair pulled back while she’s unclogging a toilet, she still looks beautiful to you.
You see a future together:
You experience the strange feeling that your life would be totally empty without her. You tell your friends and family that she may be The One, and you’re even thinking about marrying her.
You introduce her to your family:
It becomes very im portant to you that your parents like her, and that she gets along with everyone close to you.
She makes you want to be a better man:
She challenges and motivates you. She makes you happy, and you’d do anything to make her happy.
Either a horrible disease or a blessing.
You mean other than an over-used word?
Love. We think about it, sing about it, dream about it, lose sleep worrying about it. When we don’t have it, we search for it; when we discover it, we don’t know what to do with it; and when we have it, we fear losing it.
It is the constant source of pleasure and pain. But we can’t predict which it will be from one moment to the next.
It is a short word, easy to spell, difficult to define, and impossible to live without.
Avoid if at all possible.
Love is when your dog licks your face when you come home, even though you’ve left them alone all day.
Love means risking your life to save theirs.
Love is giving them the last piece of cake, no matter how much you want it.
Love is giving your whole self and never holding back.
Love is when he remembers things that you forgot about yourself.
Love is when he reminds you of these things.
Love is commitment.
Love is that tingly feeling you get and you don’t know why.
Love is looking forward to waking up early in the morning.
Love is individual, you love them in your own way.
Love is true when no one can take it away, no matter how hard they try.
Love is holding onto them like tomorrow will never come.
Love is when all you care about is their happiness, safety, and health. If they are gone for more than 2 minutes you already miss and long for them to be next to you. Their smile makes you melt; their presence makes you grin and feel happy.
To give everything you have…and not expect anything in return.
Something that, if returned, will make you the happiest person in the world, and make nothing else matter.
However, if it is not returned, you will become the most miserable person in the world.
A word used by many, but understood by few.
1. That awkward feeling in what feels like your stomach (affects how you feel and think) which causes you to do/say really stupid things.
2. The reason people kill thems el ves.
3. The reason people live
Immature Love is: I love you because I need you.
Mature Love is: I need you because I love you.
The final result of the natural chemical blending of unrelated feelings that one holds toward another, which, once synthesized, create an emotion that is independent of the confines of time or the elements of this existence. Though the vitality of that said emotion inevitably weakens and falters, never does it truly filter.
A widespread incurable disease which is known to affect mind and sometimes the body. Symptoms may include: Affected judgement, lightheadedness, eye-watering, chest pains, and increased need to be with the person who infected you. Is known as highly contagious and can be deadly.
Honestly the most painful thing I have ever experienced so far in my life. A source of endless inspiration/pain/euphoria, and a complete reliance on one person to control everything you think or feel.
definition: love based on physical appearance
when you eros-love someone, you give to receive, and don’t receive. this type of love is much like lust but lust is not a type of love, it is an infatuation.
Phileo- “brotherly love”
definition: love based on common interests or bonds
when you phileo-love someone, its a relationship where you give to receieve.
Agape- “unconditional love”
definition- literally translated means ‘charity’. loving someone/something on no conditions(no matter what)
when you agape-love, you give for the sake of making the other person happy. because you truly want the best for them. you have no intentions of receiving.
Making yourself vulnerable to someone, while fully knowing that they may betray you.
A feeling for another person so pure and sacred that nobody can define it to its true extent. It is what a person feels for another without any kind of physical or mental barrier between them. They live purely to be with the other to share experiences, pleasures, problems and pain.
Natures way of letting you know that even when you’re happy, you can still feel extreme pain.
— james :p
True Love is not blind… if you love the person you’ll see their flaws, but still consider them beautiful.
You’ll notice the little pimples they have all over their face, you’ll notice how short they are, y ou’ll notice that there’s plenty more beautiful people than that person.
Yet, you still love them.
One of the Fruits of the Holy Spirit. A visible attribute of a true Christian life as found in Galatians 5:22-23.
Love is indescribable and undefinable, if you’re in love… you know it.
A word that guys use over and over so they can get into girls’ pants.
It’s what starry-eyed lovers whisper as they gaze at an ocean sunset, what 8-year-olds shout to their mothers as they sprint toward the already departing morning bus heading for school, and what teenage lovers tell each other in the heat of the moment.
It’s supposed to be the deepest level of emotional connection between people, yet society has transformed it into a pop-icon phrase to be screened onto glittery fuchsia tank tops and written inside Hallmark cards with pastel bunnies and butterflies dancing on the cover.
The phrase, of course, is “I love you.” Love has become such as complex emotion, to the extent of which we are uncertain what it truly signifies and when it is the “real thing”.
When you care for someone so much, you put their needs ahead of your own, even if sometimes it really hurts.
When you can’t get over someone, even after you broke up with them. You wake up in the middle of the night thinking about them and smile because of how happy you were just to be with them.
Being lame together while not caring about what other people think.