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What’s the difference between Amo and amor
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Mapuuu profile picture Mapuuu2 weeks ago
”Amor” is the noun for love.
”Yo amo” = ”I love”. Is the conjugation of the verb ”amar”
alecoiba profile picture alecoiba2 weeks ago
”Amo a María” (I love María).
If you write it like this ”El amó a María” (He loved María) you’re using Amo in past tense.
”El amor es maravilloso” (Love is wonderful.
Now, there is also the word ”Amar” (To Love). ”Amar a alguien es maravilloso” (To love someone is wonderful).
S0ulrebel profile picture S0ulrebelYesterday
Hello, Answers are good i just want to complement something:

Amo = Conjugation verb ”Amar” (to love) in first person so: ”i love”

Amo = like a noun means ”owner” ”propietor” ”landlord”

For example:
EL AMO DEL UNIVERSO
The owner of the universe