noun, plural am·o·ret·ti [am-uh-ret-ee; Italian ah-maw-ret-tee] /ˌæm əˈrɛt i; Italian ˌɑ mɔˈrɛt ti/.
Origin of amoretto
Examples from the Web for amoretti
Papponi, (of whom Amoretti writes,) a man of such susceptibility, was cured of convulsive attacks by change of place.Summer on the Lakes, in 1843|S.M. Fuller
Some of the ‘Amoretti’ were doubtless addressed by Spenser in 1593 to the lady who became his wife a year later.A Life of William Shakespeare|Sidney Lee
Amoretti conjectures that Pigafetta means the fusiniere, boats named after Fusine whence people are ferried to Venice.
Mosto reads focine, which is amended by Amoretti to foscine.