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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
luv
noun
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ I luv U. Have a cigarette.
▪ If you don't find yer drawers soon, luv, go to a smalls claim court.
▪ Nero sends his luv, you know he's coming over here to give us a turn this winter.
▪ Never mind what they say, luv, if you want to dress up as a woman that's your business.
▪ Tell Cissie I luv her, and Richard.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
luv

affectionate, dialectal, or colloquial spelling of love, attested from 1825.

Wiktionary
luv

n. (deliberate misspelling of love English) vb. (deliberate misspelling of love English)

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Luv

Luv or LUV may refer to:

  • An intentional misspelling of love, sometimes used to show an affection that is more endearing than the word love shows. There is an early example in the 1964 single "Give Him a Great Big Kiss" by The Shangri-Las, written by G. Morton: "When I say I'm in love, you best believe I'm in love L U V".
Luv (TV series)

Luv is a British television sitcom made by the BBC in 1993 which ran for 18 episodes. The writer and executive producer was Carla Lane. The main characters, Terese and Harold Craven, were played by Sue Johnston and Michael Angelis.

Luv (play)

Luv is a play by Murray Schisgal.

A mix of absurdist humor and traditional Broadway comedy in the Neil Simon vein, Luv concerns two college friends - misfit Harry and materialistic Milt - who are reunited when the latter stops the former from jumping off a bridge, the play's setting. Each discovers the other is equally miserable as they share hard-luck stories. Milt sees in Harry an answer to his primary problem - his wife Ellen, who he tries to foist on his old pal so he can run off with his mistress.

After twenty-eight previews, the Broadway production, directed by Mike Nichols, opened on November 11, 1964 at the Booth Theatre. It transferred to the Broadhurst and then the now-demolished Helen Hayes before completing its run of 901 performances. It won the Tony Award for Best Director, Best Producer (Claire Nichtern) and Best Scenic Design ( Oliver Smith).

Alan Arkin, Eli Wallach, and Anne Jackson comprised the original cast. Barbara Bel Geddes, Larry Blyden, Gene Wilder, and Gabriel Dell were among the replacement performers later in the run.

The 1967 film version, directed by Clive Donner and starring Jack Lemmon, Peter Falk, and Elaine May, added various locations and extraneous characters. Reviews criticized Donner's heavy-handed approach to the material and the miscasting of the three leads, and it proved to be a commercial failure. Harrison Ford has an uncredited role as a hippie.

Luv (Janet Jackson song)

"Luv" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Janet Jackson, it was released as the third single from her tenth studio album, Discipline (2008). Written by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Dernst "D'Mile" Emile, Tasleema Yasin, and LaShawn Daniels, production was handled by Darkchild and D'Mile. Described as a "feel-good" clap-and-bounce track, "Luv" is an electro and contemporary R&B song, with Jackson relating a car crash to falling in love. It was released to urban radio on February 11, 2008 as the album's third U.S. single. The song received generally positive feedback from music critics, who agreed that "Luv" resembles her early hits and highlighted it as one the album's best tracks. "Luv" had limited chart success, managing to reach number 34 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

Luv (band)

was a short-lived K-pop girls group founded by SidusHQ, consisting of Jo Eun-byul, Jeon Hye-bin, and Oh Yeon-seo. As stated by LUV in an interview, LUV stands for "Love yoUr Voice", stating that everyone should love themselves and their strengths and flaws in their hearts.

LUV (film)

Learning Uncle Vincent is a 2012 crime - drama film directed by Sheldon Candis. It was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. LUV was shot in and around Baltimore, Maryland, and had its Baltimore premiere within Maryland Film Festival 2012. It has a 35% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 31 reviews.

Luv (Tory Lanez song)

"Luv" is a song by Canadian rapper Tory Lanez. It was released on June 10, 2016 by Mad Love Records and Interscope Records. It is the second single from his debut studio album, I Told You. The song was produced by Cashmere Cat and Benny Blanco. It has interpolations from "Everyone Falls in Love" by Tanto Metro and Devonte. The official remix features reggae rapper Sean Paul.

Usage examples of "luv".

Keep in shape, do exercises, bring your baby with you and we will all live together in 281 my place until you find new danseur to luv.

I knew that when the duckies, luvs, and crumpets disappeared, things were bad.

I knew once I had a child, he or she would become the center of my world, and luv would again spoil a ballerina who could have been the best.

I knew that when the duckies, luvs, and crumpets disappeared, things were bad.

There's some graffiti - So-and-so chugs cock, we fucked Patty Jarvis untill she howelled, TROY LUVS MARYANN - but not as much as Jack might have expected.

Not in the sense that Troy luvs Maryann, or vice versa, but he luvs him all the same, a matter that has never been as clear as it is this moment.

He’d only been in town a few weeks, and already I knew that when the duckies, luvs, and crumpets disappeared, things were bad.