Amateur derives from the Latin word “Amatore”, especially in the expression “Pueri amatore” (the one who loves boys). It was used in literature,  especially in the crime novel, from the late 18th century until the mid-20th century. It refers to the man who likes young boys. The word is used as gallicism in other languages.

Related: Rivettes.

Other words of the same language:

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