Not the same as “I love you” has less meaning due to the fact you aren’t saying “I” And is basically just throwing a sign of love out there with not as much affection as “I love you” just like “good night” and “night/Gn” seem less “valuable” if hat makes sense. So Boys...girls take notes
by A girlfriend. November 2, 2017
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It means I love you, it's an abriviation on "love you"
A woman says to her husband "love you" before leaving for work, but instead she has to text it so she just types "lyu"
by Dottielover16 July 15, 2018
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When you can't say I love you because you get all weird on the inside.
"Love You Cherry."
by Ellika April 10, 2019
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A less powerful, more playful, and friendlier form of discreetly telling your crush you like them or talking to your best guy friend and you don’t want to say ‘I love you’
Guy friend: “Haha you’re so funny.”
Me: “I know, I’m adorable! Love you!”
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When used without "I" it's a synonym for "love ya"-- a casual sign-off, expressed with some light affection. Can be used by siblings, adult children, partners, significant others, dating couples, perhaps a spouse of several years but not between couples who are "in love" or parent and children in a bonding moment for whom "I love you" is more appropriate.
(In a phone message to spouse): I'll be a little late coming home tonight, love you.

(Adult child ending a visit to parents). Always good to see you both. Love you!
by goodnightgracie July 25, 2010
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Love You To is a song by the Beatles from their 1966 album Revolver. It is considered an important track by them because it was their first song that seriously attempted to incorporate classical Indian music with rock.

It was written and sung by George Harrison, who was learning the sitar from the esteemed Indian musician Ravi Shankar. The song features a sitar, a tabla, a tambourine and Tamboura Drone. Ringo Starr was the only other Beatle who played on this track (he was on the tambourine).

A few years later, the intro of the song was used in The Beatles animated film Yellow Submarine when George's character is first introduced.
"Wow, that Beatles song, Love You To, is great!"

"Yeah, it's Harrison's first true musical expirament into Indian culture and tradition, and thus is the precursor for other Indian-themed Beatles songs such as Within You, Without You and I, Me, Mine."

"Geez, How d'you know so much?"

"Urban Dictionary. Tells you all you need to know."
by KushPuppet February 21, 2007
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