Both llover and lluvia represent rain.

What's the difference between these words?

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"Llover" is the verb "to rain". For example,

Llueve mucho

Means "it rains a lot".

On the other hand, "la lluvia" is a noun which means "the rain". For example,

No me gusta la lluvia

Means "I do not like the rain".

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    There is also "Está lloviendo" = "It is raining"
    – DGaleano
    Commented Jul 21, 2016 at 14:29

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