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The English word Love is first recorded in 1765.
It replaced the earlier words, including Luffe and Loue.

The French word Lover is first recorded in 1678.
It means to gather strands around each other, such as in making a rope or cable.

All four of these words, and their equivilants within many cultures, share a common root in the earliest written languages of India.













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