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amor ōris, m

AM-, love, affection, strong friendly feeling: amor, ex quo amicitia nominata: amor erga me: amores hominum in te: patrius, for a son, V.: fraternus, for a brother, Cs.—Esp. of sexual love: in amore haec sunt vitia, T.: ancillae, H.Plur, love-adventures: Solis, O.—Fig., an eager desire, passion: consulatūs amor: amicitiae: vini, L.: auri, V.: habendi, V.: scribendi, H.: tantus amor casūs cognoscere nostros, V.: in longum ducis amores, my desire (for a song), V.— Meton., mostly plur, a beloved object, one's love: Pompeius nostri amores: suos addicere amores, O.: primus, my first husband, V.A charm to excite love: matri praereptus amor, V.—Person.: Amor, the god of love, Love, Cupid: Paret Amor dictis, V.Plur, Cupids, Loves: nudi, O.: lascivi, H.

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