Noun(1) a beloved person; used as terms of endearment
Adjective(1) dearly loved
(1) Thousands of supporters are waiting to see if their beloved team can beat United for the second time this season.(2) On her return to Kerry, she decided to set up a charity in honour of her beloved son, Billy.(3) My only regret is leaving my beloved wife and my son unprotected in the midst of the wretched strife that ails our realm.(4) Yes, thought Alicia, glancing at her twin and his beloved , America would be good for them.(5) At the time, Rosen says he could not possibly have thought that anything was worse than losing his beloved son.(6) The beloved will never grow tired and grumpy, unresponsive and older, but will always be perfect.(7) My beloved can have a strange and rather robust sense of fun sometimes.(8) Tulips are irrepressibly cheerful flowers, and beloved symbols of spring and renewal.(9) In the process, she lost her beloved as well as her freedom, and embraced Buddhism.(10) She sang about a Mongolian girl who is deeply in love and can see her beloved wherever she goes.(11) He was going to be trapped in his prison for the rest of eternity, and would never see his beloved again.(12) After three long years had passed Alban finally decided he would go himself and learn the fate of his beloved .(13) Timpson said he wanted to retire back to his beloved Norfolk to write about the county and Country he loved so much.(14) Eleven days later we received concrete hints about the whereabouts of our beloved dog.(15) Brass candle stands can be perfect if you were to feast your beloved with a candle light dinner.(16) He denied that he was in any pain or that there was anything wrong with his children or beloved grandchildren.
(1) be loved :: ona alofa
(2) my beloved :: laʻu pele
(3) dearly beloved :: pele
(4) beloved one :: tasi pele
(5) beloved wife :: toalua pele
(6) beloved daughter :: afafine faapelepele
(7) beloved son :: atalii pele
(8) well-beloved :: pele-lelei
(9) most beloved :: sili ona pele
(10) one's beloved :: se tasi o le pele
(11) beloved person :: tagata pele
1. darling ::
2. dear ::
4. precious ::
6. much loved ::
alofa tele o
10. highly regarded ::
maualuga le manatu
17. sweetheart ::
18. love ::
19. darling ::
21. lover ::
22. girlfriend ::
23. boyfriend ::
24. paramour ::
25. steady ::
27. boo ::
28. swain ::
29. beau ::
30. young man ::
31. man friend ::
32. young lady ::
33. lady friend ::
34. doxy ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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I thought you still mourned
the death of my BELOVED Aunt Lysa.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 2
...E.M. Snickering's BELOVED children's book,
The Tall Man From Cornwall.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 21
My BELOVED wife.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 9
I pretend everyone I meet
is a BELOVED character from Star Trek.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 24
"He conspired with Robert's brothers
against my BELOVED Joffrey
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 6
English to Samoan Dictionary: beloved
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