inamorato[ in-am-uh-rah-toh, in-am- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inamorato
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INAMORATO
Orleans is as passionate an inamorato as any which Shakspeare ever drew.
"Get up," said she, rudely pushing her inamorato off the sofa.
A noteworthy example occurs in Boiardo's Orlando Inamorato, cc.
She was incessantly importuned, now by her father, and now by her inamorato.
Her present inamorato promised to give us this specimen of his power over her.