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#1: Romantic 浪漫的

We associate this word with sweetness and love, but it emerged from the
conquering powers of the 罗曼Empire。尽管大家间接把romantic这么些词与“甜蜜、爱情”相交流,然则这么些词却来自于奥克兰帝国的精锐的征服力。

The expansion of ancient Rome created various dialects of Latin called
“romans.” (These evolved into Italian, French, Spanish, and others – the

“罗曼s” were used to write popular stories involving chivalric or
courtly love, and such tales became known as

If we describe Rome today as a “romantic” city, we’re using a word that
has travelled a long way to come

#二: 瓦伦丁 情侣;七巧节礼物

Christianity has more than one martyr named 瓦伦丁, and the one, true
瓦伦丁 is

罗曼tics favor the tale of the third-century 罗曼 emperor and priest
瓦伦丁. Supposedly, 瓦伦丁 had fallen in love with his jailer’s
daughter, and shortly before his death sent a letter to her “from your

#3: Amour 奸情

In 2010, a poll of linguists rated amour

– the French word for “love,” simple and sweet – the most romantic word
in the world. In English, the word gains drama and loses

#4: Adonis 美少年

In Greek mythology, the beautiful young Adonis was beloved by both
Persephone and Aphrodite, so Zeus decreed the young man should divide
his time and attention between the two

He was later killed by a wild boar – an attack that may have been
arranged to avenge another of Adonis’ romantic

#5: Aphrodisiac 催欲的;春药

Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love (who was infatuated with Adonis) gave
the Greeks the words ‘aphrodisia’ (heterosexual pleasure) and
‘aphrodisiakos’ (a gem with aphrodisiac powers)。



To me, one of the most successful attributes of an aphrodisiac meal are
colors, aromas, tastes and textures that wake up the palate and
challenge the mind. – AmyReiley于笔者来讲,能激起人欲望的小菜最成功的部分特征在于它这能离间味蕾、动摇思想的色香味和口感。–
Amy Reiley

#6: Infatuation 醉心

An infatuation, by definition, is an emotion that shouldn’t be taken too
seriously. The word’s etymology makes the same point. It traces back to
the Latin for “foolish” or “silly,” as does another insulting term:


Infatuation is like a roller coaster ride – crazy, scary and somewhat
fun, while love is something more down to earth, less exhilarating, less
dramatic but more

#7: Casanova 风流汉

In the 1700s, Giacomo Gi樱井由纪mo Casanova was a spy, a clergyman, a
gambler, and apparently a man of charm. He was also a writer. His
autobiographical musings about his more than 十0 lovers made his name a
byword for a man who loves too much。在1八世纪,Giacomo Gi小松和重mo

#八: Unrequited 未有回报的

Where there’s unrequited, there’s requited. So what does requite mean?
To requite is to give or do something in return for something that
another person has given or

So ‘unrequited love’ suggests an imbalance: too much love paid out and
too little paid back。所以’unrequited


“… a good solution for unrequited love is, of course, new love.” –
Lucinda 罗斯nfeld化解无回报之爱的好办法毫无疑问正是起首1段新的恋爱。–
Lucinda 罗丝nfeld

#九: Saccharine 甜得令人不舒适的,心思过分生硬而显浮夸的

Boxes of candy covered with cupids and hearts might, for some people,
have a saccharine quality – both in sentiment and

For others, romantic and sugary excess is essential to 瓦伦丁’s

Either way, saccharine comes from saccharum, Latin for “sugar.” The word
dates back to the 1600s. The calorie-free sweetener saccharin (without
an e) arrived a couple hundred years

#10: Sweetheart 情人,爱人

The Greeks and Egyptians believed the heart was the center of the
emotions. English speakers borrowed the idea, and sweet + heart has been
a term of endearment – particularly for romantic love – since the Middle
希腊共和国人和阿拉伯埃及共和国(The Arab Republic of Egypt)人都相信,心是心境的中坚。英语语言者借用了那一合计,于是从中世纪先河,sweet

  • heart就改成了三个发挥爱情的词,特别是性感的柔情。



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