What Does ILUT Mean?

ILUT means "I Love You Too." "I Love You Too" is also commonly written as follows: ILUT often features at the end of a conversation between family members or partners. It is typically used to sign-off. (In this way, it is similar to CUL (see you later) or CUL8ER (see you later), which are often used between friends to end a conversation.)

ILUT is mostly seen as a response to a declaration of love using one of the following: (Here is a list of other ways of saying "I love you.")

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When I write ILUT, I mean this: meaning of ILUT ILUT (I Love You Too) is a response to a declaration of love.

Summary of Key Points

"I Love You Too" is the most common definition for ILUT on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:I Love You Too
3: Guessable
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers


Examples of ILUT in Sentences

Here are examples of ILUT being used in conversations:
  • Father: 143, son.
  • Son: You can't say 143, dad. That's for young people. ILUT.
  • Tony: See you tomorrow, darling. LU.
  • Jordan: ILUT, sweetheart.

An Academic Look at ILUT

ILUT is used as a standalone declarative sentence (i.e., a statement).

Of note, ILUT is classified as a cyber term. It is not an initialism abbreviation or an acronym because the "U" is not the initial letter of "you."

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before the digital era, we would have just said "I love you too" instead of ILUT.

Example of ILUT Used in a Text


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