Love Makes the Top Ten

by Nov 22, 2010Culture, Linguistics0 comments

Love is the third most looked-up word on Merriam-Webster.com.

The editors note wisely, “We’re guessing that many people arrive at our site with a question—‘what is the meaning of love?’—that actually requires answers beyond a dictionary definition.”

Kudos to the editors at M&W, who know the important difference between the meaning of a word and the thing or idea it denotes.

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