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From amoro +‎ -ala.

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amorala

  1. Pertaining to romantic and/or erotic love; amorous, romantic.
    • 1918, Mondo, page 56.
      E sama granda publiko erudita, qua preske psikale tuteligis Tolstoy, qua unesme konoceskis la bankroto di la kulturo prezenta, expektis la plubonesko di sua fato de la detaloza konocigo dil aberaci sexuala, de la kompreno populara pri la telegrafilo senfila, pri la vivo amorala di raupi, pri la recenta progresi di bakteriologio, pri la planta karnivora, pri la mamiferi bekoza, pri la kometi rivenanta, e pri altra sensacioni ne-rivenanta.
      And the same great erudite public, who almost psychically made a gatekeeper of Tolstoy, who was the first to come to know the bankruptcy of the present culture, expected the improvement of their lot from the detailed dissemination of knowledge of sexual aberrations, from the popular understanding about the wireless telegraph, about the love life of caterpillars, about the recent advances of bacteriology, about the carnivorous plants, about the beaked mammals, about the returning comets, and about other sensations that are not coming back.
    • 2006 January/February, Richard Stevenson, "Autismo", Adavane!, issue 13, page 12.
      Il havis plura amorala aferi e lua familiala vivo ne esis tre felica.
      He had many love affairs and his family life was not very happy.
    • 2006 July/August, William Shakespeare, "Romeo e Julieta", tr. by Fernando Tejón, Adavane!, issue 16, page 12.
      En la belega Verona, ceneyo di ta eventi amorala, du nobela familii rivala, rivivigas anciena odio reciproka e makulizas kun inocenta sango la stradi di la urbo.
      In gorgeous Verona, setting of these romantic events, two rival noble families revitalise an ancient reciprocal hatred and stain the city's streets with innocent blood.
    • 2007, Eduardo A. Rodi, Narkotanti, page 83.
      To sugestas ke la sekretajo esis pri afero amorala, od ulamaniere relatanta lua homuleso.
      That suggests that the secret was about a love affair, or somehow otherwise related to his masculinity.