[luhv-suh m] /ˈlʌv səm/
inspiring love; lovely; lovable.
Old English lufsum “worthy of love,” from love (v.) + -some (1). Early 13c. as “lovely,” 1720 as “amorous.” An old word that might be useful in its original sense. Related: Lovesomely; lovesomeness.
noun 1. a town in N Illinois.
noun The penis; cock, dong, dork: Playgirl always has men with big lovesteaks as their centerfolds (1980s+ Students)
adjective having a passionate or overwhelming feeling of love; smitten Word Origin 1652
- Love thy neighbor as thyself
A version of the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. First found in the Old Testament. Jesus tells the parable of the Good Samaritan to illustrate this commandment.