Philos=brotherly, or friendship love
Eros=Romantic, sexual love
Agape=Unconditional, all-consuming love
sturge (storge sp?) = old friends connecting after a long time... where things appear to pick up exactly where they left off... even if many decades intervened...
epithemia - overwhelming desire to give all (not sexual) (eg. sometimes newly weds exhibit this in pure form)A:
Agape - having love based on Godly principle. It may or may not include affection and fondness. Yet, though not feeling affection, they do feel sincere concern for such fellow humans, to the limits and in the way that Godly righteous principles in The Bible allow and direct.
Eros - Romantic love. Love between a man and a woman and usually based on ones attractfulness or ones looks. The Song on Soloman is a very good example.
Philios - Having love for your neighbor, general caring and courtesy of others, looking out for one another (Where the city of Philadelphia gets its name.)
Storge - Familiar (family) love. A caring, loving bond between Mother and daughter, or father and son. This type of love may take time to develop, but is very strong.
Hebrew has only one word for Love (ahava). In fact, this word also means 'like'.
In the Websters Collegiate Dictionary, I believe there are 52 definitions of 'Love'
How many definitions are there for the word LOVE?
Unlike Greek, there is only one word for love in Hebrew, אהבה, ahava. In fact, ahava also means like.Greek has 4 basic concepts of love.
the five types of love are, eros, agape, phillia, storge, and thelema
Love is a complex idea and process. It has different definitions for different people, and indeed different uses by the same person for different things. For example, there is friendly love, brotherly love, parental love and romantic love; each person will have their own thoughts on what each is. It is not a lie, because you are the one that decides what love is for you.
The study of meaning in language. For instance, some people have different definitions of the word "love".
you ain't a Christian!
There are many different kinds of love. There is romantic love, family love, and the love of friends and pets. Not all love has to be between a man and a woman.
i love my mom
CS Lewis, in The Four Loves, lists affection, friendship, erotic, and agape (unconditional) from four different Greek words.
The Greek god of love is Cupid. The Greek goddess of love is Aphrodite.
There is no single Greek god of feeling. Different feelings had different minor gods associated with them like Hedone with pleasure and Eros with love.
people use alot of different types of money and they love it but i dont kno what they use! Heheheeheheheh
Aphrodite, who is the greek goddess of love. Her son, Eros, is the Greek god of love.
i love you
These are two different deities. The goddess of love was Aphrodite. The goddess of Pleasure was Hedone.
As the transliteration of the original Greek into English, 'philein' is the infinitive form of the verb, 'to love.' That is, this term's root-meaning is 'to love,' although it has numerous different meanings that may apply within different contexts of use.
Absolutely you can be in love with many differant people at the same time! Differant types of love!
Yes I think so...there is lust and there is true love. Lust is sexual and true love is well love...truelly.
Hebrew has only one word for love: ahavah (noun) or ahav (verb).Note: You might be thinking of Greek, which has different words for love with specific meanings.
they love dubstep and grime!
Love comes from many places. Love is not defined by marital relations. Love has many definitions.