noun, plural a·mo·ri·ni [am-uh-ree-nee] /ˌæm əˈri ni/. Fine Arts.
Origin of amorino
Examples from the Web for amorini
Drawings were made and approved: a few months afterwards the amorini were set up in the gardens.The Mirrors of Downing Street|Harold Begbie
A troubadour and a singing girl amuse them with songs, amorini flutter around them and wave their torches.Six Centuries of Painting|Randall Davies
His work is often excessively flamboyant and over-elaborate; he revelled in amorini and swags, arabesques and cartouches.
Note how he hangs his swags, and swings his amorini, from the horizontal borders.The Tapestry Book|Helen Churchill Candee
The chariots are driven by Amorini, who are not attending to what they are about, and drive over one another.Walks in Rome|Augustus J.C. Hare