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amative

adjective am·a·tive \ˈa-mə-tiv\

Definition of AMATIVE

1
:  amorous 1
2
:  amorous 3
am·a·tive·ly adverb
am·a·tive·ness noun

Origin of AMATIVE

Medieval Latin amativus, from Latin amatus, past participle of amare
First Known Use: 1636

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