Greet Amplias my beloved in the Lord.
Note 10 at Ro 16:8: This is the only time Amplias is mentioned in Scripture. He was a Christian in Rome to whom Paul sent greetings. His name came from the Latin word meaning "enlarged" (Strong's Concordance).
Note 11 at Ro 16:8: The Greek word that was translated "beloved" here is "AGAPETOS," the adjective form of "AGAPE" (see note 3 at Ro 12:10). It is signifying the type of love that God has. Paul said that Amplias was "beloved in the Lord," meaning this was God's love being expressed through Paul.