Aries 04: Two lovers strolling through a secluded walk
In Marc Jones' Sabian Symbols in Astrology he rendered Aries 04 as follows: TWO LOVERS STROLLING THROUGH A SECLUDED WALK.
COMMENTARY: The ancient Greeks had four words for love—EROS (passionate love, with sensual desire and longing), AGAPE (general affection; sacrificial love; love that is spiritual, not sexual in nature), PHILIA (friendship or brotherly love; loyalty to friends, family, and community) and STORGE (natural affection, like that felt by parents for offspring and other relationships within the family).
Regarding EROS, note that the keyword lovers descends from the Indo-European (IE) root leubh- which means “to care, desire; love” and from which also descends libido (sexual urge or desire). The keyword secluded descends from the IE root s(w)e- and its paronyms include seduction (to lure or entice away from duty, principles, or proper conduct; induce to have sex). The keyword walk descends from the root wel-2 which means “to wish, will.” Paronyms include voluptuous (giving, characterized by, or suggesting ample, unrestrained pleasure to the senses), voluptuary (a person whose life is given over to luxury and sensual pleasures; a sensualist), and gallant (a woman’s lover or paramour; too woo or court a lady).
Belonging to the second or third categories—AGAPE and PHILIA—are weal (the welfare of the community; the general good), a paronym of walk and selflessness (the quality of unselfish concern for the welfare of others), a paronym of secluded.
Falling broadly into the third and fourth categories—STORGE and PHILIA—is the word sibling (a brother or sister) which a paronym of secluded. The word does not inherently suggest love but in the context of the four types, it is relevant.