a term for any type of affection such as cuddling, kisses, hugs, etc. It is not usually meant to be overtly sexual, more nice and cutesy.
"Aw she just wants some lovies!" Neil said in response to his dog jumping up on Jill's lap.
by Yevachka September 25, 2008
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A playful British term that usually refers to an actor, especially one regarded as slightly vapid or 'over the top' in their reactions and behaviour. Sometimes spelled 'luvvie' or 'luvvy'.

The reference is to a stereotype of theatre actors habitually addressing people as ‘lovie’ .

The word can also refer to the London-based social elite, and has become a popular insult from the political right against their 'lovie lefty' rivals, who are usually middle-class and focused on the arts and culture.

Russell Brand would likely be considered a lovie.
"God, I'm so sick of that self-righteous lovie Jamie Oliver. Hands off my turkey twizzlers, you mop-headed twit!"
"Wow, Shoreditch is full of lovies."
by _bluelamp_ November 21, 2018
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A remark used upon parting similar to that of "goodbye," only with a greater sense of affection.
"Lovies!" Mimi yelled over her back as she left the party in her car.
by Meems February 24, 2005
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lovies- (n.) term displaying high regard when speaking of one's friends. formerly very cutsie and endearing, but has lost all meaning due to overuse by copy cats in dumbass AIM profiles.
"missing my lovies!" is now said by everyone, thus it is meaningless and you are all lemmings. k bye.
by kimmie&kris May 29, 2005
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another term for a friend who you care lots about, but not in a romantic way. NOTE: typically not a straight guy's term.
by pseuDONTym May 27, 2011
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