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Spanish for: My Love...
Mi Amor, que vas hacer oy - this is a typical husband to wife comment. So the marriage implies LOVE instead of INFATUATION.

This is said to your significant other that you deeply love, not to be confused with "mi querida" which does imply affection but only at a infatuational level.

Spanish is a language where the is a middle ground before getting to "i love you" like in ENGLISH.

Te amo-I love you... te quiero is more of a: i like you alot so much that i might be falling in love with you.

by Chris Diego August 08, 2006
 
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Mi Amor literally means "my love." Usually used by Spanish-speaking people. It is a term of endearment to a loved one. Normally, mi amor is used to a boyfriend/girlfriend, husband/wife but mothers ofter refer to their children by this phrase. It is similar to my honey, my sweetheart, my darling, my everything...
Mi Amor, Te amo!

My love, I love you!
by NorCalPeach October 17, 2009