(God of). (Anglo-Saxon luf.)
in Hindu mythology.
Camadeva, in Persian mythology.
Cupid, in Roman mythology.
Eros, in Greek mythology.
Freya, in Celtic mythology.
Kama or Cama, in Indian mythology. (See Bowyer,
The family of love.
Certain fanaties in the sixteenth century, holding tenets not
unlike those of the Anabaptists.
There is no love lost.
Because the persons referred to have no love for each other. What
does not exist cannot be lost.
Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894
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