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I’ve heard of “Amor” or “amorcito/ta” however by no means Amorsote… Any concepts?
Nicely, it is slang; there isn’t any official phrase in Spanish because the above said. I definitely have by no means encountered it. Primarily based upon the way in which it appears to be like, I might say it is slang for the adjective amoroso/a. It should imply alongside the traces of: cute, beautiful, candy, darling and many others. If I may see it in its total context, I’d be capable to put it into phrases. In Spanish, when an adjective ends with ote, like grandote, it means a very massive instance of the subject material. Un hombre grandote is a very massive man; so based mostly on that, this will in all probability be translated alongside these traces. Mi amorsote may very well be my massive sweetheart!
Good luck and I hope this helps.
JuanSupply(s): Bilingual and Bi Literate
School Spanish Tutor
MA in English
BA in Spanish
AMOR: is ‘Love’ in Spanish.
AMORCITO: is the diminutive model of yhe phrase Love in Spanish, it means “Little Love” and it is normally used as a nickbame for a cherished one or a child.
AMORSOTE: Is the augmentative verdion of the phrase Love in Spanish and it means “Huge Love”, it is used as a nickname for an enormous or tall cherished one or to explain that you just love somebody very a lot.
nicely if you understand the imply of “amorcito”
amorsote is the other
I imply amorcito actually is my little love
so amorsote is my massive love
that is the precisely translation
amorsote normally reveals that you just love him very a lot
amorcito normally is extra cute
however the level is similar
sorry if I made a mistake Im not an english native
its like ; “hey my love” or “hey love” however its form of saying “hey mi massive love” its like a candy phrase. like sweetie or honey. I like the phrase “Amorsote” it makes me smile heheh ♥