ἔρως occurs two places in the Septuagint Version of the Bible (the LXX):
ἐλθὲ καὶ ἀπολαύσωμεν φιλίας ἕως ὄρθρου δεῦρο καὶ ἐγκυλισθῶμεν ἔρωτι (Proverbs 7:18)
α(ι)δης και ερως γυναικος και ταρταρος και γη ουκ εμπιπλαμενη υδατος και υδωρ και πυρ ου μη ειπωσιν αρκει (Proverbs 30:16)
Interesting that it appears in the same book too.
Although the Greek word is only used twice by the translators, it seems that the concept is a familiar one in the Hebrew Bible.