[kon uh-mawr-ee, -mawr-ey, -mohr-ee, -mohr-ey, kohn; Italian kawn ah-maw-re]
(italics) Italian. with love, tender enthusiasm, or zeal.
tenderly and lovingly (used as a musical direction).
Origin of con amore
First recorded in 1730–40
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music (to be performed) lovingly
Word Origin for con amore
C19: from Italian: with love
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