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Definition of 52013

This is a digit of numbers, which simply means a declaration or expression of love and tenderness, whose complete pronunciation means “I love you forever”. The digits 6, 7 and 9 are not found in this number.

In social networks, a series of numbers that apparently have no meaning have become quite popular, even though there are concepts about numerology that could approach a definition of each number.

In China, people tend to not easily remember the letters of the alphabet, but not so with numbers, which can be understood as a universal language.


  1. I love you forever
  2. I love you, I need you, I desire you forever.
  3. My love for you is eternal
  4. 520


Its origin, as it has been said, is in China, since in this Asian country it is quite normal that both messages and e-mails are made up of numbers instead of letters.
Thus, for example, in some fast food places orders are issued with this kind of numerical codes, and one of the most used is 517, which can be interpreted as “I am hungry”.


It is known of the existence of a list with words that mean something for each number, from 1 to 9, and that when put together result in the encoding of certain messages.

In the order in which the numbers are used, they can form and have different meanings, just by changing one number, the whole sentence is altered.

In social networks, there are several cases of communication with “long numbers” that are emerging and are arousing enormous curiosity, not only in digital communities but around the world.