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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English loved, luvd, from Old English lufode, first and third person singular past indicative of lufian; and Middle English loved, iloved, from Old English ġelufod, past participle of lufian; both equivalent to love +‎ -ed.

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  • IPA(key): /lʌvd/
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loved

  1. simple past tense and past participle of love

AdjectiveEdit

loved (comparative more loved, superlative most loved)

  1. Being the object of love.
    • 1997, Charlie W. Shedd, How to Make People Really Feel Loved: And Other Life-Giving Observations, Vine Books, →ISBN.
    • 1999, Valerie Grove, Laurie Lee: The Well-Loved Stranger, Penguin Books (2001), →ISBN.

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