Positive sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.

Groups
Primary Base *

Child Elements  

aqap* pos m itg Agape love, true love, love of person.

Links  

Name/Link Type Source/Type Consumption Date

Descendants  

* Companionate Love Love bearing commitment and intimacy, absent of passion.
* Consummate Love Love bearing passion, commitment and intimacy.
* Empty Love Love bearing commitment, absent of intimacy and passion.
* Fatuous Love Love bearing passion and commitment, absent of intimacy.
* Infatuation Love bearing passion, absent of intimacy and commitment.
am* Liking Love bearing intimacy, absent of passion and commitment.
* Romantic Love Love bearing intimacy and passion, absent of commitment.

Cross-Reference

Siblings

caeleb* Celibacy Abstinence from marriage.
kunth* Courtesy Positive sociality.
rud* Discourtesy Negative sociality.
* Divorce Forecful end to or dissolution of marriage. Social disjunction.
* Endearment Expression of friendship or love.
odj* Enmity Moderate negative sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
* Favorite
fred* Friendship Moderate positive sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
mis* Hate Strong negative sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
* Irascibility
* Love Positive sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
qam* Marriage Social junction.
* Outrage Expression of enmity, hate, or resentment.
ir* Resentment
socew* Seclusion Lack of sociality.
soc* Sociality
* Sullenness
* Welcome Extension of sociality.
vidw* Widowhood End of one's marriage due to death of partner. Incidental or accidental social disjunction.

Notes

Correlatives of Sociality

Concept Positive Negative
General kunþ* Courtesy rud* Discourtesy
Moderate Specific fred* Friendship odj* Enmity
Strong Specific * Love mis* Hate

Love synonyms

LOVE, affection, sympathy, fellow-feeling; tenderness &c. adj.; heart, brotherly love; charity, good will; benevolence [See Benevolence]; attachment; fondness &c. adj.; liking; inclination (desire) [See Desire]; regard, dilection [obs.], admiration, fancy.
yearning, eros [Gr. &epsigmac;ρω&sigmavar;], tender passion, amour; gyneolatry; gallantry, passion, flame, devotion, fervor, enthusiasm, transport of love, rapture, enchantment, infatuation, adoration, idolatry.
mother love, maternal love, natural affection, storge [Gr. στοργ&etatono;].
attractiveness, charm; popularity; idol, favorite [See Favorite].
god of love, Cupid, Venus, Eros, Kama [Hindu]; myrtle; turtle dove, sparrow; cupid amoretto; true lover’s knot; love -token, - suit, - affair, - tale, - story; the old story, plighted love; courtship [See Endearment]; amourette; free-love.
LOVER, suitor, fiancé [F.], follower [colloq.], admirer, adorer, wooer, amoret [obs.], amorist, beau, sweetheart, inamorato, swain, young man [colloq.], flame [colloq.], love, truelove: leman [archaic], Lothario, gallant, paramour, captive; amoroso, cavaliere servente, cicisbeo, caro sposo [all It.].
LADYLOVE, sweetheart, mistress, inamorata, idol, darling, duck, Dulcinea, angel, goddess, cara sposa [It.]; betrothed, affianced, fiancée [F.].
flirt, coquette, amorette.
pair of turtledoves; abode of love; Agapemone [Ch. hist.].

Opposites

* Love (pos)
mis* Hate (neg)