"He loves and dad loves."
Translation:הוא אוהב ואבא אוהב.
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As it has already been pointed out in this thread, אהבה /ahava/ is a noun that means "love". On the other hand, אוהב /ohev/ is a verb "to love, more specifically the masculine singular form of the present tense. That is why it is אבא אוהב /aba ohev/ - dad likes/loves. Similarly, there is a feminine form of the verb אוהבת /ohevet/, which would be used for mom, for example - אמא אוהבת /ima ohevet/ - mom likes/loves.