give (one's) love to (someone)

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give (one's) love to (someone)

To convey a message of one's love and affection to someone. The phrase is used when the person being addressed will be seeing the intended recipient of the message before the speaker. I'm sorry I can't be there, but please give my love to Grandmom. Let's not forget to tell Aunt Martha to give our love to Uncle Henry when she drops by.
See also: give, love

give/send my love to somebody

(informal) used to send friendly greetings to somebody: Give my love to Mary when you see her.Bob sends his love.
See also: give, love, send, somebody
References in classic literature ?
You give your love to be outraged by every drunkard
I'll tell Miss Susan to give your love to your uncles and say you've went away for a few hours for to get a little rest and change, or to see a friend, and you'll be back to-night or early in the morning.
It's very disappointing but you must give your love to someone else who deserves it more.