Meaning of love in Japanese

It seems that ろべ(robe) is an inflection of with the following forms:
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Definition of love

  1. (n) love
ラブ(rabu) · ラヴ(ravu)
  1. (n, vs) love
  2. (n) lab; laboratory
  1. (n) love; lover
  1. (n, n-suf) love; affection →Related words: 愛する

    Love moves in mysterious ways.

  1. (n, vs) love; adoration
  1. (n, adj-no) love; affection
  1. (n, vs) love; attachment; adoration

艶 Kanji Details

  1. (n) gloss; glaze
  2. charm; romance; love; youthfulness
  3. color; colour; feeling
  1. (n) kindness and affection; love
  1. (adj-na, n) liking; fondness; love

    "Do you like cake?" "Yes, I do."

  1. (n) affection; love
  1. (n) affection; kindness; love

    Charity begins at home.

  1. (n) feelings; emotion; sentiment

    One good turn deserves another.

  2. compassion; sympathy
  3. passion; affection; love
  4. the way things really are; the actual situation
  1. (n) affection; love

    He seems to be bankrupt of all tender feeling.

  1. (n) colour; color
  2. complexion

    Who does not love wine, women and song; remains a fool his whole life long.

  3. appearance; look
  4. love; lust; sensuality; love affair; lover →Related words: 色仕掛け
  5. kind; type; variety
  1. (n) benevolence; charity; love
  1. (n) love; tender passion
  1. (n, vs, adj-no) love; love-making; passion; emotion; affections

    Time, which strengthens friendship, weakens love.

  1. (n) love; attachment
  2. lovesickness
  1. (n, vs) attachment; love
  1. (n) love; love relationship

    I always thought that Shirley and Alan would get together.

  1. (n, vs) love; attachment; tender emotions; falling in love
  1. (n, vs) attachment; love; covetous affection

    I feel a strong attachment to this house.

  1. (n) thought

    My blood curdled at that sight.

  2. imagination; mind; heart
  3. desire; wish; hope; expectation
  4. love; affection
  5. feelings; emotion; sentiment; experience
  1. (n) thoughts; opinion; (one's) discretion

    It pleased God to take away my son.

  2. however much money you wish to give (as alms, a fee at a museum, etc.)
  3. fondness (for a significant other, etc.; often used teasingly); love; fancy; liking
  1. (adj-na, adj-no, suf) -phil; -phile; enthusiast (for); love (of)
  2. being attractive (to); to tend to be liked (by)

Words related to love

Sentences containing love

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