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Explanation: Sounds like you're missing the rest of the sentence. "Amor, is" ("love, lust, passion, desire, brotherly love", etc.) is a masculine noun. If my memory serves me correctly (and at this time at night it might not!) "Amorem" is the accusative, so either it is the object of a transitive verb, or it's preceeded by a preposition that needs this case.
Floriana United States Local time: 23:10 Native speaker of: Italian