[aˈmare ] Complete verb table transitive verb. (Prove affetto) to love. (amante, marito, moglie) love ⧫ to be in love with.
The meaning of the noun: Amore (love) The Italian word for love is amore (masculine, plural: amori).
Amare- One who builds; Esteemed or dear., ah-MAHR-eh, Africans on BellyBallot.
Etymology. From Latin amāre, present active infinitive of amō (“I love”), from Proto-Indo-European.
The name Amare is a boy’s name and means “pretty”. Originally from Ethiopia, this warm-hearted name is now associated with Phoenix Suns basketball player Amare Stoudemire. It has been in the US Top 1000 since 2005.
In Arabic, Amare is a variant of the name Amar, meaning “one who builds“. In Latin, this name means “cherished”.
We know that “amare” means “to love” in Latin, but it also means “the Lord said” in Hebrew.
“Amare” as an imperative
The passive imperative singular in Latin is amare and the passive imperative plural is amamini. Both passive imperatives can be translated as “to be loved”. In deponential verbs (verbs with passive form and active meaning), the imperative is passive although the meaning is active.
Amare was the 1166th most popular boy name and the 10229th most popular girl name. In 2021 there were 168 little boys and only 9 little girls named Amare. 1 in 11,075 little boys and 1 in 197,721 little girls born in 2021 will be named Amare.
The name Diallo is a boy’s name and means “fat”. Possibly meaning “bold”, this West African surname is also less common as a first name.
The name Amare is primarily a gender-neutral name of Indian origin, meaning immortal.
The surname Amare is of Ethiopian origin. It means “handsome” or “handsome” (male).
“I’m madly in love with her.” = “I am madly in love with her.” Or “love (someone) madly” – “love (someone) madly”. “I love her madly.” = “I love her to the point of desperation.”