Te, amor! in Portuguese and Spanish is "You, love!" in English and Te, amore! in Italian.
Amor eterno in Italian, Portuguese and Spanish is "everlasting love" in English.
French = amour Italian = amore Portuguese = amor Spanish = amor
"Love" is an English equivalent of the Portuguese and Spanish word amor. The masculine singular noun may be used as an endearment or to refer to the attitude, feeling or state. The pronunciation will be "uh-MOOR" in Cariocan Brazilian and continental Portuguese and "a-MOR" in Uruguayan Spanish.
It meas "A new love". The correct phrase in Spanish is " un nuevo amor". Very similar in Italian, just different spelling of "Amor" = amore.
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.
Mio dolce amor in Italian means "My sweet love" in English.
Amor del rey in Spanish means "love of the king" in English.
Well I know that amor in spanish means love. Go to an Italian to English translation site,I learned some spanish from there. I am latinamerican. Mi amor (spanish): my love/honey/darling Amore mio (Italian): my love
¡Te amo mi amor! in Spanish is "I love you, my love!" in English.
¿Estás loco, amor mío? in Spanish means "Are you crazy, my love?" in English.