Nascent Love

Erika Ostrander / Christian Tedeschi

Nascent (ˈnæsənt; ˈneɪ-) 


1. Starting to grow or develop; being born

2. (Chemistry) chem (of an element or simple compound, esp hydrogen)  created within the reaction medium in the atomic form and having a high  activity

: from Latin nascēns present participle of nāscī to be born]

Love (lŭv)


1. A strong feeling of affection and concern toward another person, as that arising from kinship or close friendship.

2. A strong feeling of affection and concern for another person accompanied by sexual attraction.

3a. A feeling of devotion or adoration toward God or a god.
b. A feeling of kindness or concern by God or a god toward humans.
c. often Love Christianity Charity.

4a. Sexual desire or activity
b. An instance of being in love.

5a. A person for whom one has strong feelings of affection.
b. Used as a term of endearment for such a person.

6. An intense emotional attachment to something, as to a pet or treasured object.

7. An expression of one's affection

8a. A strong predilection or enthusiasm
b. The object of such an enthusiasm

9. Love Mythology Eros or Cupid.

10. Sports - A score of zero, as in tennis



 - From Old English lufu, connected with Sanskrit lubh, "to desire," and 

Latin lubere, "to please."