Sentiment is an enthusiastic sentiment of adoration for, or a solid fascination towards, someone else, and the romance practices embraced by a person to express those general emotions and resultant feelings.
In spite of the fact that the feelings and vibes of sentimental love are broadly connected with sexual fascination, sentimental emotions can exist without desire for physical fulfillment and be in this way communicated. Verifiably, the term sentiment begins with the medieval perfect of gallantry as set out in the writing of chivalric sentiment.
The word “romance” comes from the French vernacular where initially it indicated a verse narrative. The word was originally an adverb of Latin origin, “romanicus,” meaning “of the Roman style”. European medieval vernacular tales, epics, and ballads generally dealt with chivalric adventure, not bringing in the concept of love until late into the seventeenth century.
The word romance developed other meanings, such as the early nineteenth century Spanish and Italian definitions of “adventurous” and “passionate,” which could intimate both “love affair” and “idealistic quality.”