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Is it still appropriate to use the term "lover" to refer to a romantic partner you are not having sex with?
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>>21029960
No, that sounds like a roommate.
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>>21029960
i believe "Wife" is the correct term
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The Great Salami says: "words mean what you want them to mean :D "
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>>21029960
Have you had sex with them before?
I believe the term can still appropriately work retroactively
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>>21029960
Term "making love" used to mean the act of courting, not having sex, so lover can still be applied to romantic-but-not-sexual partner if you want it to.
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>>21030391
Talking about chaste romance specifically
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>>21029960
yes
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>>21029960
The correct time nowadays is "waifu"
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