The act of affecting or acting upon; the state of being affected.
An attribute; a quality or property; a condition; a bodily state; as, figure, weight, etc., are affections of bodies.
Bent of mind; a feeling or natural impulse or natural impulse acting upon and swaying the mind; any emotion; as, the benevolent affections, esteem, gratitude, etc.; the malevolent affections, hatred, envy, etc.; inclination; disposition; propensity; tendency.
A settled good will; kind feeling; love; zealous or tender attachment
Usage note: often in the plural; formerly followed by "to", but now more generally by "for" or "toward(s)"; as, filial, social, or conjugal affections; to have an affection for or towards children
(medicine) Disease; morbid symptom; malady; as, a pulmonary affection. --Dunglison.
Greek: στοργήel(el) (storgí) f., τρυφερότηταel(el) (triferótita) f.
Hebrew: חיבה (khiba) f.
Japanese: 愛情 (aijō)
Portuguese: afeiçãopt(pt)f., afetopt(pt)m.
Scottish Gaelic: rùngd(gd)m.
Telugu: మమత (mamata), అనురాగం (anuraagam)
Greek: ασθένειαel(el) (asthénia) f., πάθησηel(el) (páthisi) f.
Note: The verb affect has so many meanings that giving translations for the act of affecting and the state of being affected often makes no sense as a dozen different verbs may be required to cover affect in another language.
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