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lurve is love without the committment. A word to convey interest, passion, and investment but without the pressure of using the word love.
I've been seeing this girl for 6 weeks and I think I lurve her, but I don't know her last name.
von Jarty 3. Juli 2006
 
1.
A play on the word love, often used by the people who TMI on Facebook that you want to punch in the face.
Girl who should be shot: "I lurve my bf soooo much!"

Me: "Shut up dickweed"
von Shiggity S Shwa 5. August 2009
 
2.
From the movie Annie Hall: A heightened term to suggest more-than-love
"Love is too weak a word for what I feel -- I lurve you, you know, I loave you, I loff you, two F's, yes I have to invent, of course I -- I do, don't you think I do?"
von wendywoowho 28. Juli 2004
 
3.
A word used by jealous partners when they want to mockingly ask if their partner is being in some way emotionally unfaithful in their interest in another person. Because it sounds jokey it allows them to express their jealousy without being accused of being weirdly clingy.
GF: Steve is really funny, don't you think?
BF: Oh I get it. You lurve him, don't you.
GF: (laughing) what, no! He's a friend.
BF: Yeh you totally lurve him.
von MKHH 8. November 2007
 
4.
its the way that celine dion pronounces love whenever she signs.
In this thing called lurve.
von MM 24. April 2005
 
5.
The best verb in the entire world.

It's better than love.

It's the kind of connection that only two people can feel.
Your first lurve is your only lurve.

Lurve is forever.
Damn, Shane and Raelene really lurve each other.
von Wdup Kitty 27. Juni 2013
 
6.
Between like and love, lurve is a word to express more than simply liking someone but not quite loving them. When you truly care about someone past just admiring them but you're not in love with them.
Me: "I lurve my bestfriend but he doesn't feel the same way."
Bec: "Maybe he will lurve you someday."
von Jurph 12. Februar 2014
 
7.
A very sophomoric word supposedly with some cheap, mushy sentiment akin to saying that "love isn't enough". The word is annoying as all hell to hear, and people will only think less of you in any serious matter.
Person 1: Hey, I lurve you.

Person 2: Get out of my house.
von thisisnotasoapbox 16. Juni 2009