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truelove

[ troo-luhv ]
/ ˈtruˌlʌv /
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noun
a sweetheart; a truly loving or loved person.
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Origin of truelove

First recorded in 1350–1400, truelove is from Middle English trewe love. See true, love
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British Dictionary definitions for truelove

truelove
/ (ˈtruːˌlʌv) /

noun
someone truly loved; sweetheart
another name for herb Paris
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