Certainly, I can have many relationships that I describe as beloved (adj).
"These are my beloved children."
But, according to common understanding, can I have more than one beloved (noun)? If I refer to someone as "My beloved," does that imply to to listener that I am speaking of my romantic one-and-only?
(Note: I am not asking a philosophical question about monogamy. Only about common interpretation of a word ;)
ADDITION (based on comments/answers): Can anyone find a reputable example of the plural "beloveds" used in a context that implies more than one beloved per person?