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lovable, yet in a non sexual way. able to love one without purpose of intercourse. means special in a way that is beyond that of lust, but means the purest of love. often used as a nickname given to there significant other.
"i love you beloved". "my beloved is the light of my life", he said to the man across the table.
by one of full heart July 07, 2009
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/bəˈləvəd/ noun·adjective
A beloved is a much adored, treasured, loved one used to define the one whom you affectionately love unconditionally; that in the strongest of devotion, being able to love without the purpose of intercourse, love without any limitations, in having belief in faithfully knowing and cherishing that you and your dearest have certainty in having an unquestioning sincere assurance of; entrusting, faithful, confident, devotion, dedicating, loyal, committing, affectionate, endearing, and truest of love in one another that is constant, unchanging, unconditional, unwearying. A love so sincerely special, true, and genuine that is beyond that of lust, the purest of love.
"She is truly beloved, my beloved, the one whom I believe in faithfully devoting all my love to, to forever cherish, better or for worse, with no limitations, death shall not part us, for in my confident assurance in trusting she too will always be true to me."
by Leobox3point14159 December 07, 2014
One of the worst and most overhyped movies ever made, aside from Gigli. supposedly it is based on a real-life story of a runaway slave, but the only true parts of the movie were scenes where she escaped from her master and the scene where she killed her child in order to evade recapture. The movie features disturbing content such as fat Oprah urinating, a reincarnated teenage ghost of a female child having sex with an old man, a dog with its eyes out of its sockets, and two white boys drinking milk from Oprah's breasts.

I can't believe I went all the way to the theater and paid $8.00 to watch that shit!
Even the black American community, which was the target audience, hates Oprah Winfrey's 'Beloved' movie.
by sarcastic June 20, 2004
An incredibly overrated book. Makes little to no sense. Jumps around between settings, points of view and even tenses without warning.

Also the title of a movie based on the book. The movie stars Oprah.
I looked for hidden significance in "Beloved," but I was too busy trying to figure out what the hell was going on.
by Albie Wangsta April 13, 2004
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