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From Spanish papel amate, "amate paper", from Classical Nahuatl amatl (paper)

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  • (UK) IPA: /əˈmɑːteɪ/

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Singular
Amate

Plural
Amates

Amate (plural Amates)
  1. An art form based on Mexican bark painting from the Otomi culture
  2. The type of paper used in this art form.

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From Old French amater, amatir.

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Infinitive
to Amate

Third person singular
amates

Simple past
amated

Past participle
amated

Present participle
amating

to Amate (third-person singular simple present amates, present participle amating, simple past and past participle amated)
  1. (obsolete) To dishearten, dismay.
    • 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, I.i:
      Shall I accuse the hidden cruell fate, / And mightie causes wrought in heauen aboue, / Or the blind God, that doth me thus amate, / For hoped loue to winne me certaine hate?
    • 1603, John Florio, translating Michel de Montaigne, Essays, Folio Society 2006, vol. 1, p. 230:
      For the last [...], he will be much amazed, he will be much amated.

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amate

  1. present adverbial passive participle of ami

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amate f.

  1. Feminine plural form of amato

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amate f.

  1. Plural form of amata.

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amate

  1. second-person plural present tense of amare
  2. second-person plural imperative of amare
  3. feminine plural of amato, past participle of amare

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Patrono:La-part-form

  1. vocative masculine singular of amātus

de:amate fr:amate ku:amate pl:amate pt:amate ru:amate

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