Italian Word of the Day: Amato (beloved / loved)

Amato is an adjective in Italian that means beloved or loved. It is the past participle of the verb amare (to love). Because it is an adjective, the ending must match the gender and number of the subject in question: amato = masculine, singular (e.g. ragazzo amato = beloved boy) amata = feminine, singular (e.g. …

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