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Meaning of the Name Amor

The first name Amor is of Spanish origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Spanish: Love
Spanish: Love

Similar Names

Aamir | Amar | Ameer | Amery | Amhar | Amir | Amiri | Ammar | Amory | Amr |

Related Names

Aaron  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' a Moor, Beloved by Tamora
Aghamora  (Irish)
From the Great Field
Aghamore  (Irish)
From the Great Field
Alarbus  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' Son to Tamora
Amery  (Teutonic)
Industrious (Amory)
Amora  (Spanish)
Amora  (Norse)
Light Eagle
Amoretta  (Latin)
Little Love
Amorette  (Latin)
Little Love
Amorica  (English)
Ancient Name for Britain
Amorina  (Latin)
Amorita  (Latin)
Dearly Loved
Amorite  (Biblical)
Bitter, a Rebel, a Babbler
Amorite  (Biblical)
Bitter, a Rebel, a Babbler
Amory  (German)
Leader; Divine; Brave; Powerful
Amory  (American)
Loved One
Amory  (English)
Brave; Powerful. See Also Emory
Amory  (Teutonic)
Hard Working
Ballinamore  (Irish)
From the Great River
Chiron  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' Son to Tamora
Delilah  (Hebrew)
Amorous, Delight, Languishing, Temptress. in the Old Testament, Samson's Mistress Delilah Tricked Him into Revealing the Secret of His Strength, Then Betrayed Him to the Philistines
Demetrius  (Shakespearean)
'Antony and Cleopatra'. Friend to Mark Antony. 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' in Love With Hermia. 'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' Son to Tamora
Emery  (English)
Brave; Powerful. Variant of Amory
Emery  (German)
Brave; Powerful. from the Old German Name Emmerich, Derived from 'Amal', Meaning Labour and 'Ne', Meaning Ruler. Variant of Amory. Commonly Used As a Surname
Emory  (English)
Brave; Powerful. Variant of Amory
Hadad  (Biblical)
Joy, Noise, Clamor
Hamor  (Biblical)
An Ass, Clay, Dirt
Hortensia  (Latin)
Gardener, Natural, Vigorous, Amorous
Iavor  (Bulgaria)
Julia  (Latin)
Downy-cheeked, Dazzling, Amorous, Superficial. (Julie, Julietre, Julietta, Juliane, Julianne)
Kramoris  (Czechoslovakian)
Lalita  (Hindu)
Variety, Beauty, Playful, Amorous. it is the Name of One of the Amorous Playmates of the Adolescent Krishna. Origin: Sanskrit
Lamorak  (Arthurian Legend)
Brother of Percival
Lamorat  (Arthurian Legend)
Brother of Percival
Moira  (Celtic)
Soft, Elegant, Composed, Amorous, Cultured Intellect and Great Sense of Humour
Morgannwg  (Welsh)
From Glamorgan
Soredamors  (Arthurian Legend)
Gawain's Sister
Tamora  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' Queen of the Goths
Torgny  (Norse)
Damor of Weapons
Wittahere  (English)
Wise Wamor
Witter  (English)
Wise Wamor
Zamora  (Spanish)
From the City Zamora
Zamora  (Spanish)
From Zamora
Zamora  (Hebrew)

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