how do express “multiple” in predicate logic?

I hope you can give me some tips on how to translate part of the following sentence into predicate logic:

“No woman loves a man that loves multiple women”.

Which quantifier would you use to express the part “multiple”? It of course means “more than one”, so the existential quantifier (expressing: at least one) as such does not seem enough... Any ideas?

• "more than one" is "at least two". – Mauro ALLEGRANZA Jan 22 '19 at 15:38
• Thanks, yes I agree, but then my question becomes: how do I express that? Sorry, just starting out with predicate logic, so maybe the answer should be obvious... – user637252 Jan 22 '19 at 16:36

$$\exists x\exists y:$$ Woman$$(x)\, \land\,$$Woman$$(y)\, \land\, \lnot(x=y)\,\land\,$$Love$$(m,x)\, \land\,$$Love$$(m, y)$$
• I would instead write $\exists x,y\in\text{Women}$, but it's the same concept. – Don Thousand Jan 22 '19 at 16:01