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  2. Love Is Only a Word - Wikipedia

    Love Is Only a Word (German: Liebe ist nur ein Wort) is a 1971 West German drama film directed by Alfred Vohrer and starring Judy Winter, Herbert Fleischmann and Malte Thorsten.

  3. Love Is Just a Four-Letter Word - Wikipedia

    "Love is Just a Four-Letter Word" is a song written by Bob Dylan, first recorded by Joan Baez, who has recorded and performed the song numerous times throughout her career. Background. Baez immediately took to the song, which was written by Dylan sometime around 1965, and began performing it, even before it was finished.

  4. Greek words for love - Wikipedia

    Agape is used by Christians to express the unconditional love of God for his children. [non-primary source needed] This type of love was further explained by Thomas Aquinas as "to will the good of another". Éros (ἔρως, érōs) means "love, mostly of the sexual passion". The Modern Greek word "erotas" means "intimate love".

  5. Six-Word Memoirs - Wikipedia

    Six-Word Memoir books. The first in Smith's Six-Word Memoir book series, Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six-Word Memoirs from Writers Famous & Obscure was released in early 2008. It collected almost 1,000 Six-Word Memoirs, including additions from many celebrities like Richard Ford, Deepak Chopra, and Moby.

  6. Love - Wikipedia

    The word "love" can have a variety of related but distinct meanings in different contexts. Many other languages use multiple words to express some of the different concepts that in English are denoted as "love"; one example is the plurality of Greek concepts for "love" (agape, eros, philia, storge) .

  7. Ishq - Wikipedia

    The regular Hindi word for love is pyar. In Hindi, ʻIshq' (इश्क़) means lustless love. In Arabic, it is a noun. However, in Urdu it is used as both verb and noun. In Modern Arabic the usual terms used for romantic love are habba and its derived forms hubb, habib, mahbub, etc. In Sufism

  8. Code word (figure of speech) - Wikipedia

    A code word is a word or a phrase designed to convey a predetermined meaning to an audience who know the phrase, while remaining inconspicuous to the uninitiated. For example, a public address system may be used to make an announcement asking for "Inspector Sands" to attend a particular area, which staff will recognise as a code word for a fire or bomb threat, and the general public will ignore.

  9. Love Can Move Mountains - Wikipedia

    "Love Can Move Mountains" is a song by Canadian singer Celine Dion, recorded for her second English-language studio album, Celine Dion (1992). Written by Diane Warren and produced by Ric Wake, it was released as the fourth single in October 1992.