What is the most romantic word?

@p3ks626 (6550)
Philippines
February 18, 2010 5:35am CST
I always here people say LOVE is the most romantic word but dont you there's something more romantic than that? What do you think?
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14 responses
@cloud31 (5811)
18 Feb 10
Hmppp..romantic word for me when he called me "Baby" i felt pampered like a baby.. Happy lotting!God bless!
@cloud31 (5811)
18 Feb 10
Baby means being cared for that cannot be hurt and it has to be gentle as ever..
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
19 Feb 10
Your partner sounds like he really loves you.=)
@cloud31 (5811)
19 Feb 10
Hahaha..do you feel so? Well i feel that too!lol... Happy Lotting..More power!
@thuhuong (828)
• United States
18 Feb 10
There are so many ways to say love in so many different language. The first time my boyfriend said it to me, I knew I couldn't top it so I said 'I adore you' plus I wasn't ready. He smiled and said the same thing as we made it our own. I guess it depends on how you make the moment. Adoration is also like love without the infatuation. It's cute without all the pain involved. So without sounding overly intoxicated, you can also be romantic by being creative with synonyms which have meanings to the both of you.
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
19 Feb 10
This sounds really sweet. I think he really adores you, as you said. Keep the love burning. =)
@thuhuong (828)
• United States
19 Feb 10
Everyday, everyday.
@towongfoo27 (2989)
• United States
18 Feb 10
I think the most romantic word is sensual, because everything can be sensual and exotic, depending on the view. It is how we look at things that can make something sensual. Like enjoying a night with your lover can be sensual, so can eating a piece of chocolate be sensual as well. Another person might think the way a woman moves is sensual. I even find flowers and perfumes to be sensual. For me, the most romantic word is sensual or sensuality.
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
18 Feb 10
I think its a good thing you didnt say LOVE. I also think that love is not the most romantic word. I like that word sensual too. It kinda covers every thing that has something to do with love and romance. =)
@saanjh (784)
• India
18 Feb 10
Yes I'm also agree my friend sensuality is more romantic then love.
@kar295rocks (2119)
• India
18 Feb 10
I think the most romantic word is Amora and Amores which mean love but in Italian and French. Also, other romantic words are Love itself!
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
19 Feb 10
I remembered a phrase when I watched this movie a few years ago and it says "French is the language of love". =)
@___SKY___ (542)
• Hong Kong
18 Feb 10
The word "everloved" When my sweety says i love you, It's sounds so romantic for me bcoz i really feel that way.
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
19 Feb 10
I love to be overloved. =)
• Philippines
18 Feb 10
it depends on how people use it. like for instance... "OURS" is a romantic word for me. because in saying that i include my better half. there is no mine or hers... just "OURS."
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
19 Feb 10
I love that "ours". It sounds nice to hear somebody include as part of their lives. =) Its too sweet.
@siliguri (4224)
• India
18 Feb 10
I think the most romantic word is "I LEAVE YOU" ...
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
18 Feb 10
Only a word please...=) not phrase
• Philippines
18 Feb 10
for me, other than love, sorry is one of those romantic words. especially if you could see how sincerity of the person saying it....it simply melt my heart.
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
18 Feb 10
This is nice. I can tell sorry is also romantic and saying that word is somewhat difficult for other people and once a person will be able to say that then I also think it comes from his heart. =)
@eLsMarie (4148)
• Philippines
2 Mar 10
i consider the word DESTINED romantic. :D i don't know but i can't find a word that would fit to the word romantic that's why i chose destined. :D
• United States
25 Feb 10
I think that one of the most romantic word, if not the most, is the word forever. But the thing here is, this word is abused and overused. :|
• United States
20 Feb 10
I've had two boyfriends describe me as a goddess. Boy, did that make me feel special. It's feminine and alluring, but it also denotes strength and independence. It made me feel like a woman instead of a girl. As far as words that conjure poetic, romantic images in my head, there's tons. Bloom, blossom, moonlight, kiss, tender, glade, silver, gold, crimson, scarlet, willow, bosom, corazon, etc. Don't ask me why some of these make me think of romance. I think maybe it has something do with Aragorn, Arwen, and Tolkien's purple prose. Hahaha.
@icesmile (7172)
• Romania
19 Feb 10
I don t know why, i can t explain, but for me is very romantic this word;"MINE" mine ... may not sound romantic for every body, or is too possessive, but I'm possessive, so, "mine" sounds most romantic for me
• India
19 Feb 10
For me its "I LOVE YOU". We do not repeat this word many times as we should. I do love our family and friends but we should let the other person know that I love him/her. Another word for me is "JANU" may be non-hindi speaking people will not understand this. I love you is the word for me. let's repeat this as many times as we can but truly :)
• Philippines
18 Feb 10
for me, other than love, sorry is one of those romantic words. especially if you could see the sincerity of the person saying it....it simply melt my heart.