This can also be a pet-name or part of a pet-name in the way we say "dear" or "honey" in English.
It often refers to romantic love, and is found in phrases like, "I love you." But in Chinese, one can say, "I love that movie" using this character as well.
Also used in old Korean Hanja, so it's very universal.
The first two characters mean forever, eternal, eternity, perpetuity, immortality, and/or permanence.
The third character is a possessive article which sort of makes this selection mean "The forever kind of love."The last character is "love."無限愛 is the Chinese and Japanese title meaning infinite love, unlimited love, or unbounded love.
The first character means never, not, or like a prefix "un-." The second means limited, restricted, or bound. These two characters mean, "Destiny that brings lovers together." It can also be translated technically as, "Predestined matrimonial affinity" (wow, talk about taking the romance out of this word - that was from the Oxford C-E dictionary).
愛 is one of the most recognized Asian symbols in the west, and is often seen on tee-shirts, coffee mugs, tattoos, and more.
A nice gift to celebrate an anniversary or marriage!
You might want that inscription to be your names in Chinese down the side of your wall scroll, or perhaps just below these two main characters (just extra).
The third character is a possessive article which sort of makes this selection mean "Love of the eternal kind." The last character is "love."This version is best if your audience is Chinese. The first two characters mean eternal, eternity, perpetuity, forever, immortality, and permanence.
The first two characters mean eternal, eternally, everlasting, and/or perpetual.