34 occurrences in 14 translations

'Loved' in the Bible

For fragrance are thy perfumes good. Perfume emptied out -- thy name, Therefore have virgins loved thee!

Draw me: after thee we run, The king hath brought me into his inner chambers, We do joy and rejoice in thee, We mention thy loves more than wine, Uprightly they have loved thee!

Declare to me, thou whom my soul hath loved, Where thou delightest, Where thou liest down at noon, For why am I as one veiled, By the ranks of thy companions?

As a bag of myrrh is my well-loved one to me, when he is at rest all night between my breasts.

See, you are fair, my loved one, and a pleasure; our bed is green.

As the apple-tree among the trees of the wood, so is my loved one among the sons. I took my rest under his shade with great delight, and his fruit was sweet to my taste.

The voice of my loved one! See, he comes dancing on the mountains, stepping quickly on the hills.

My loved one is like a roe; see, he is on the other side of our wall, he is looking in at the windows, letting himself be seen through the spaces.

My loved one said to me, Get up, my love, my fair one, and come away.

My loved one is mine, and I am his: he takes his food among the flowers.

Till the evening comes, and the sky slowly becomes dark, come, my loved one, and be like a roe on the mountains of Bether.

On my couch by night, I sought him whom my soul hath loved; I sought him, and I found him not!

-- Pray, let me rise, and go round the city, In the streets and in the broad places, I seek him whom my soul hath loved! -- I sought him, and I found him not.

The watchmen have found me, (Who are going round about the city), 'Him whom my soul have loved saw ye?'

But a little I passed on from them, Till I found him whom my soul hath loved! I seized him, and let him not go, Till I brought him in unto the house of my mother -- And the chamber of her that conceived me.

Be awake, O north wind; and come, O south, blowing on my garden, so that its spices may come out. Let my loved one come into his garden, and take of his good fruits.

I am sleeping, but my heart is awake; it is the sound of my loved one at the door, saying, Be open to me, my sister, my love, my dove, my very beautiful one; my head is wet with dew, and my hair with the drops of the night.

My loved one put his hand on the door, and my heart was moved for him.

I got up to let my loved one in; and my hands were dropping with myrrh, and my fingers with liquid myrrh, on the lock of the door.

I made the door open to my loved one; but my loved one had taken himself away, and was gone, my soul was feeble when his back was turned on me; I went after him, but I did not come near him; I said his name, but he gave me no answer.

I say to you, O daughters of Jerusalem, if you see my loved one, what will you say to him? That I am overcome with love.

What is your loved one more than another, O fairest among women? What is your loved one more than another, that you say this to us?

My loved one is white and red, the chief among ten thousand.

His mouth is most sweet; yes, he is all beautiful. This is my loved one, and this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem.

Where is your loved one gone, O most fair among women? Where is your loved one turned away, that we may go looking for him with you?

My loved one is gone down into his garden, to the beds of spices, to take food in the gardens, and to get lilies.

I am for my loved one, and my loved one is for me; he takes food among the lilies.

How beautiful you are and how pleasant, O loved one in the delights!

And the roof of your mouth like good wine flowing down smoothly for my loved one, moving gently over my lips and my teeth.

Come, my loved one, let us go out into the field; let us take rest among the cypress-trees.

The mandrakes give out a sweet smell, and at our doors are all sorts of good fruits, new and old, which I have kept for my loved one.

Who is this, who comes up from the waste places, resting on her loved one? It was I who made you awake under the apple-tree, where your mother gave you birth; there she was in pain at your birth.

Come quickly, my loved one, and be like a roe on the mountains of spice.

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Root Form
Definition
Usage
אהב אהב 
'ahab 
Usage: 212

אהב 
'ahab 
Usage: 2

אהבה 
'ahabah 
Usage: 36

דּד דּוד 
Dowd 
Usage: 61

חבב 
Chabab 
Usage: 1

חסד 
Checed 
Usage: 247

חשׁק 
Chashaq 
Usage: 11

ידיד 
Y@diyd 
Usage: 10

מחמד 
Machmad 
Usage: 12

עגב 
`agab 
Usage: 7

עגב 
`egeb 
Usage: 2

עגבה 
`agabah 
Usage: 1

רחם 
Racham 
Usage: 47

רחם 
Racham 
Usage: 44

ריע רע 
Rea` 
Usage: 187

רעיה 
Ra`yah 
Usage: 9

G25
ἀγαπάω 
Agapao 
Usage: 92

G26
ἀγάπη 
Agape 
Usage: 105

προσφιλής 
Prosphiles 
Usage: 1

φιλάγαθος 
Philagathos 
Usage: 1

φιλαδελφία 
Philadelphia 
Usage: 6

φιλάδελφος 
Philadelphos 
Usage: 1

φίλανδρος 
Philandros 
Usage: 1

φιλανθρωπία 
Philanthropia 
Usage: 2

φιλαργυρία 
Philarguria 
love of money
Usage: 1

φίλαυτος 
Philautos 
Usage: 1

φιλέω 
Phileo 
Usage: 13

φιλήδονος 
Philedonos 
Usage: 1

φιλονεξία 
Philoxenia 
Usage: 2

φιλόξενος 
Philoxenos 
Usage: 3

φιλοπρωτεύω 
Philoproteuo 
Usage: 1



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