A type of seismic surface wave in which particles move with a side-to-side motion perpendicular to the main propagation of the earthquake. The amplitude of this motion decreases with depth. Love waves cause the rocks they pass through to change in shape. They travel faster than Rayleigh waves. Love waves are named after their discoverer, British mathematician Augustus Love (1863-1940).
[luhv-ee] /ˈlʌv i/ noun, Chiefly British Informal. 1. sweetheart; dear: used as a term of endearment. /ˈlʌvɪ/ noun 1. (Brit, informal) another word for love (sense 11) affectionate pet name, 1731, from love (n.) + -y (3). Extended form lovey-dovey attested from 1819 (n.), 1847 (adj.).
[luhv-ee-duhv-ee] /ˈlʌv iˈdʌv i/ adjective, Informal. 1. amorously affectionate: a lovey-dovey couple. adjective 1. making an excessive or ostentatious display of affection adjective Affectionate; amorous: My, aren’t they lovey-dovey? noun
- Love your enemies
A commandment of Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount. The entire passage reads: “Ye have heard that it hath been said, ‘Thou shalt love thy neighbor, and hate thine enemy.’ But I say unto you, love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them […]
[luhv-ing] /ˈlʌv ɪŋ/ adjective 1. feeling or showing ; warmly affectionate; fond: loving glances. [luhv] /lʌv/ noun 1. a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person. 2. a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent, child, or friend. 3. sexual passion or desire. 4. a person toward whom love is […]