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Gender: F Origin of Amoret: Literary name

This lovely name from Spenser's The Faerie Queene is borne by a character who represents married love. A related unusual-yet-usable choice: Amabel.

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Pop Culture References for the name Amoret

Spenserian: "Faire Amoret" (a.k.a. Amorett, a.k.a. Amoretta) is a character in The Faerie Queene, "the daughter of a wood nymph, and the twin sister of Belphoebe. The twins were separated at birth and Amoret was brought up in the paradise garden of fertility by Venus, the Goddess of Love, who bestowed many virtues upon her. She has a face of angelic beauty and an eternal soul."
Amoret, Missouri, a U.S. city
Amoret, a character in Jenny Nimmo's "The Children of the Red King" series