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2.
The phrase your girlfriend/boyfriend says to you after you break up but still want to be "just friends." In other words, they're just saying it because they have to. They don't really still love you. They replace the "you" with "ya" to make it casual, and not serious. It makes things awkward - especially if one of you guys still likes eachother but you realize this whole "unserious" thing.

Relationships suck.
Example of not understanding casualness:
JAKE: Even though we broke up, I still wanna be friends. Cool?
JANE: (still likes Jake) Oh yeah, that sounds great!
JAKE: Yeah. Well I gotta go call Miranda. Love ya!
JANE: Oh, I love you too, Jake.

Example of actually having common sense:
JAKE: Even though we broke up, I still wanna be friends. Cool?
JANE: (still likes Jake) Oh yeah, that sounds great!
JAKE: Yeah. Well I gotta go call Miranda. Love ya!
JANE: Oh, you too. I gotta go call Mike...and Ryan.;)
by RobotNinjaYo February 09, 2009
 
1.
A phrase used mostly by guys, who don't want to commit to true love. Ya is used instead of YOU, to make clear it is not for "real".
It really means: "I like you", nothing more, nothing less.
Nowadays often used in txt messages or in emails, or an evening hanging out. So ladies and girls beware...
to close off a txt message or an email:
"we'll talk later, okay? love ya"
"let me know when we can meet again. love ya lots"
or after an evening out.
"Had a lot of fun hanging out with you. Love Ya".

by shaneeq June 22, 2006
 
3.
1. An expression said to a person with whom you intend to engage in dirty nugs with.

2. Casual form of saying "I love you".
Alright goodnight...loveya.
by gomaz July 05, 2005