Elijah P(arish) 1802–37, U.S. abolitionist and newspaper editor.
noun 1. a knot of ribbon as a token of love. noun 1. a stylized bow, usually of ribbon, symbolizing the bond between two lovers Also called lover’s knot
[luhv-leys] /ˈlʌvˌleɪs/ noun 1. Richard, 1618–56, English poet. /ˈlʌvˌleɪs/ noun 1. Countess of, title of Ada Augusta King. 1815–52, English mathematician and personal assistant to Charles Babbage: daughter of Lord Byron. She wrote the first computer program 2. Richard. 1618–58, English Cavalier poet, noted for To Althea from Prison (1642) and Lucasta (1649)
[luhv-luh nd] /ˈlʌv lənd/ noun 1. a city in N Colorado.
[luhv-lis] /ˈlʌv lɪs/ adjective 1. without any love: a loveless marriage. 2. feeling no love. 3. receiving no love; unloved. /ˈlʌvlɪs/ adjective 1. without love: a loveless marriage 2. receiving or giving no love adj. early 14c., “feeling no love;” late 14c. “unloved,” from from love (n.) + -less. Attested from mid-13c. as a surname. […]