Amor

[ey-mawr]

Origin of Amor

< Latin: love; see amorous

amor patriae

[ah-mohr pah-tree-ahy; English ey-mawr pey-tree-ee]
noun Latin.
  1. love of one's country; patriotism.

omnia vincit amor

[ohm-nee-ah weeng-kit ah-mohr; English om-nee-uh vin-sit ey-mawr]
Latin.
  1. love conquers all.
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amor patriae

noun
  1. love of one's country; patriotism

omnia vincit amor

  1. love conquers all things

Word Origin for omnia vincit amor

from Virgil's Eclogues 10:69
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