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1agape

noun aga·pe \ä-ˈgä-(ˌ)pā, ˈä-gə-ˌpā\

Definition of AGAPE

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:  love 4a

Origin of AGAPE

Late Latin, from Greek agapē, literally, love
First Known Use: 1607

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2agape

adjective or adverb \ə-ˈgāp also -ˈgap\

: having the mouth open because of wonder, surprise, or shock

Full Definition of AGAPE

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:  wide open :  gaping <with mouth agape>
2
:  being in a state of wonder

First Known Use of AGAPE

1667
AGAPE Defined for Kids

agape

adjective \ə-ˈgāp\

Definition of AGAPE for Kids

:  having the mouth open in wonder, surprise, or shock <He stood there with mouth agape.>

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