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amavi meaning in English

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amo [amare, amavi, amatus] verb
(1st)

be fond of verb

fall in love with verb

have a tendency to verb

love, like verb

acclamo [acclamare, acclamavi, acclamatus] verb
(1st)

shout (at), cry out against, protest verb

shout approval, applaud verb

adamo [adamare, adamavi, adamatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

admire greatly verb

covet verb

fall in love/lust with verb

love passionately/adulterously verb

adclamo [adclamare, adclamavi, adclamatus] verb
(1st)

shout (at), cry out against, protest verb

shout approval, applaud verb

adhamo [adhamare, adhamavi, adhamatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

catch, secure verb

circumclamo [circumclamare, circumclamavi, circumclamatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

roar around (waves/surf) verb

clamo [clamare, clamavi, clamatus] verb
(1st)

accompany with shouts verb

cry/shout out verb

proclaim, declare verb

shout/call name of verb

conclamo [conclamare, conclamavi, conclamatus] verb
(1st)

bewail/mourn verb

cry/shout aloud/out verb

give a signal verb

make resound w/shouts verb

summon verb

deamo [deamare, deamavi, deamatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

be delighted with/obliged verb

be passionately/desperately in love with verb

love dearly verb

declamo [declamare, declamavi, declamatus] verb
(1st)

bluster/bawl (L+S) verb

declaim, make speeches (usu. as an oratorical exercise) verb

desquamo [desquamare, desquamavi, desquamatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

peel/rub/scour/clean/scrape/shake off verb

scale, remove scales/skin/surface from verb

diffamo [diffamare, diffamavi, diffamatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

defame, slander verb

spread news of, publish abroad/widely, publish/divulge (L+S) verb

disamo [disamare, disamavi, disamatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

love dearly verb

exclamo [exclamare, exclamavi, exclamatus] verb
(1st)

cry out, call out verb

exclaim, shout verb

inclamo [inclamare, inclamavi, inclamatus] verb
(1st)

abuse, revile verb

cry out (to), call upon verb

infamo [infamare, infamavi, infamatus] verb
(1st)

bring into disrepute verb

defame verb

peramo [peramare, peramavi, peramatus] verb
(1st) INTRANS

persevere in love verb

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