Agape ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Agape ( adjective )

Having a selfless love for others; unselfish.

Origin:

Agape is derived from the greek word "agapē" which means love, affection, charity, benevolence, and goodwill.

Examples:

  1. He had an agape love for his family, always putting them first.
  2. She had an agape heart, always willing to help others.
  3. They had an agape marriage, both always putting the other first.
  4. He was known for his agape nature, always going out of his way to help others.
  5. Her agape spirit was evident in the way she always looked out for the well-being of others.

(As a noun)

Agape ( noun )

Having a selfless love for others; unselfish.

Origin:

Agape is derived from the greek word "agapē" which means love, affection, charity, benevolence, and goodwill.

Examples:

  1. He had an agape love for his family, always putting them first.
  2. She had an agape heart, always willing to help others.
  3. They had an agape marriage, both always putting the other first.
  4. He was known for his agape nature, always going out of his way to help others.
  5. Her agape spirit was evident in the way she always looked out for the well-being of others.
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