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Latin Phrases You May Like - A

Updated on February 26, 2011

Latin Phrases

Latin is a beautiful language, and it seems like every phrase, sentence, and word is powerful. Provided in this article is a list of Latin phrases and their meanings, for whatever reason you may need them.

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Latin Phrases beginning with "A"

a coelo usque ad centrum - "from the sky to the center" or "from heaven all the way to the center of the earth"

ab aeterno - "from the everlasting" or "from eternity"

ab incunabulis - "from the cradle" or "from the beginning"

absit iniuria verbis - "let injury by words be absent" kind of like "No offense"

absolutum dominium - "absolute dominion"

abundans cautela non nocet - "Abundant caution does no harm" or how we say "You can never be too careful"

acta deos numquam mortalia fallunt - "mortal actions never deceive the gods"

acta non verba - "Deeds, not words" Or "Actions, not words"

acta sanctorum - "Deeds of the Saints"

as astra - "to the stars"

ad infinitum - "to infinite"

ad mortem - "To death"

ad victoriam - "To victory"

ad vitam aeternam - "To eternal life"

adversus solem ne loquitor - "Don't speak against the sun"

aegri somnia - "A sick man's dreams"

aequitas - "Justice"

agere sequitur credere - "Action follows belief"

Agnus Dei - "Lamb of God"

alenda lux ubi orta libertas - "Let learning be cherished where liberty has arisen."

alis aquilae - "On an eagle's wings"

amor est vitae essentia - "love is the essence of life"

amor et melle et felle est fecundissmismus - "love is rich with both honey and venom"

amor patriae - "love on one's country" or "Patriotism"

audax at fidelis - "Bold but faithful"

audeamus - "Let us Dare"

audentes fortuna iuvat - "Fortune favors the bold"

audi, vide, tace - "Listen, watch, and shut up."

aut concilio aut ense - "Either by meeting or by the sword"

aut viam inveniam aut faciam - "Either I shall find a way, or I shall make one"

aut vincere aut mori - "either to conquer or to die"

ave Caesar morituri te salutant - Hail, Caesar! The ones who are about to die salute you!

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      john 6 years ago

      yeah baby!!

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      nickshamrock 7 years ago

      lol thank you, this is taking so much more work than I thought it would. Almost done with the rest of them though, then they'll start looking b-e-a-uitiful!

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      Faye Constantino 7 years ago from Florida

      Coming along real nice! I like that they are linking together for you. Now I have to learn Latin! LOL.