Amor

[ ey-mawr ]
/ ˈeɪ mɔr /

noun

Origin of Amor

< Latin: love; see amorous

Definition for amor (2 of 3)

amor patriae

[ ah-mohr pah-tree-ahy; English ey-mawr pey-tree-ee ]
/ ˈɑ moʊr ˈpɑ triˌaɪ; English ˈeɪ mɔr ˈpeɪ triˌi /

noun Latin.

love of one's country; patriotism.

Definition for amor (3 of 3)

omnia vincit amor

[ ohm-nee-ah weeng-kit ah-mohr; English om-nee-uh vin-sit ey-mawr ]
/ ˈoʊm niˌɑ ˈwiŋ kɪt ˈɑ moʊr; English ˈɒm ni ə ˈvɪn sɪt ˈeɪ mɔr /

Latin.

love conquers all.
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British Dictionary definitions for amor (1 of 2)

amor patriae

/ Latin (ˈæmɔː ˈpætrɪˌiː) /

noun

love of one's country; patriotism

British Dictionary definitions for amor (2 of 2)

omnia vincit amor

/ Latin (ˈɒmnɪə ˈvɪnsɪt ˈæmɔː) /

love conquers all things

Word Origin for omnia vincit amor

from Virgil's Eclogues 10:69
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