No, amore is not a Spanish word. The masculine singular noun instead serves as an Italian equivalent of "love." The pronunciation will be "a-MO-rey" for the Italian word and "a-MOR" for the Spanish equivalent, amor.
yes, it can be Spanish or Portuguese. In French it's amour...they all mean Love.
Amor is the Spanish word for love. Amour is not Spanish.
Yes, it is a Spanish word. It means "love".
its amor its pronounced umor
The Spanish to English translation for the word amor would be the word "love". There are many similarities in the word love within numerous languages where the tone used during pronunciation is similar, due to the emphasis placed on such a word.
The English translation of the Spanish phrase "heridas de amor" would be "wounds of love". The word amor means love, whereas herida means wound. There is a Mexican telenovela that is called "Heridas de Amor".
"My love and..." is an English equivalent of the incomplete Spanish phrase ¡Mi amor i...! The masculine singular phrase may be found preceding a name or word that begins with the letters Hi... or I... in Spanish, such as in Mi amor i Iván ("My love and Ivan"). The pronunciation will be "mee a-MO-ree..." in Uruguayan Spanish.
The Spanish translation for "lots of love" is "mucho amor" or "muchísimo amor."
amor is love amos is not a word. I am from Spain I believe you're trying to ask what te amo mi amor means. It means I love you, my love.
Tu amor is Spanish for: Your love