It is related to "a romance" or romantic attraction and develops from amorant which would be about the same as "loving".
As in "she was the object of his amorance"
This is a nonstandard and archaic usage for literary effect.
I can't find anything on it. Its not on the web or dictionary. Theres a good chance you either mispelled it or it is not a word. Good luck!
don't believe it exists. I am fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and Italian and never heard of it. Might have soomething to do with "LOVE".
It is a play on the French word for "romance."
Look up amorous. that might be it. depending on the usage.
sounds like amor and romance squished together so I'm assuming it has something to do with LOVE.
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