Love Idioms

Crazy about (someone or something)

To be very much in love with someone, to be very enthusiastic about something. The girl is crazy about the boy in her university class. The man... Read more →

The greatest happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved; loved for ourselves, or rather, loved in spite of ourselves.

Half of our happiness lies in knowing that we are loved for who we are, even though we have limits, a strong character, vicious etc., we are not... Read more →

Be the light of someone’s life

This idiom describes a deep love for someone. My life would be meaningless without him. He's the greatest love of all. He's the light of my life.

Head over heels

When you love the person madly and deeply. When his family ordered him to get rid of that girl who didn't belong to his social class, he was... Read more →

Have a crush on

To have a romantic infatuation. To feel for a person. You can't get him/her out of your head. He had a crush on Katie the first moment he met... Read more →

To fall for

It means to fall in love with someone. Although he was married, he started to fall for his new collegue and that was the end of his marriage.

Lovey – dovey

A lovey-dovey couple is one that is always showing affection towards each-other, despite being in company of other people. They may be holding... Read more →

To only have eyes for

To be so deeply in love with your partner, that you do not consider other men or women, no matter how good-looking they can be. His job was such... Read more →

Made for each-other

When two people are made for each-other, they are very similar or each partner is exactly what the other partner was looking for. When we met... Read more →

Ask (someone) out

To ask a person for a date. My friend finally asked the woman at the bank out.