We have two ways to say the same declarative sentence in present simple tense using the same words- except for the auxiliary verb ("do' in this case). For instance:
"He loves her." becomes 👉 "He does love her."
"I believe it." becomes 👉 "I do believe it"
"You think so." becomes 👉 "You do think so."
"They know it." becomes 👉 "They do know it."
As far as I know, the second form in my examples using the auxiliary verb (this is the kind of the sentence that I'm looking for its name in English grammar terminology) functions as emphasis. I'd like to know what this specific kind, called in grammar terminology.