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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 03, 2017
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When you can't say I love you because you get all weird on the inside.
"Love You Cherry."
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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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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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