of or inclined to love, esp. sexual love
Origin of amative; from Medieval Latin amativus, lovable ; from past participle of Classical Latin amare, to love
Relating to or inclined toward love, especially sexual love; amorous.
Origin of amativeMedieval Latin amat&imacron;vus, capable of love, from amatus, past participle of Latin amare, to love.
From Medieval Latin amātīvus, from Latin amātus, perfect passive participle of amō (“love”).