Love, Like A Lot, Lovable
noun, な adjective
You've hopefully seen 好き by now, which is "to like." So, what happens when you have a 大 (big) like? You really like, like a lot, or love something.
This is the same as 好き in that a more literal translation would be lovable, but it's generally translated as a verb in English.
The reading comes from 好き which you've hopefully seen. Then, 大 is the reading you learned with the kanji.
I love you.
No matter what he says, Fugu still likes WaniKani a lot.
You’re kind of goofy and that makes you fun to hang out with. I really like you.