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Latin Phrases You May Like - D

Updated on March 31, 2010

Latin Phrases beginning with "D"

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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Da mihi factum, dabo tibi ius - "Give me the facts, I'll give you the law"

damnant quodnon intelligunt - "They condemn what they do not understand"

dat deus incrementum - "God grants the increase"

datum perficiemus munus - "Mission given, mission accomplished"

de fideli - "with faithfulness"

de minimis non curat lex - "The law does not bother with the smallest things."

de minimis non curat praetor - "The commander does not bother with the smallest things"

de nobis fabula narratur - "about us is the story told"

de omnibus dubitandum - "be suspicious of everything, doubt everything"

de oppresso liber - "Free From Having Been Oppressed"

Deo ac veritati - "For God and for truth"

Deo et patriae - "for God and Country"

Deo gratias - "Thanks be to God"

Deo juvante - "With God's Help"

Deo Optimo Maximo - "To the best and greatest God"

Deo vindiceĀ  - "With God as protector"

Deus caritas estĀ  - "God is Love"

deus ex machina - "a god from a machine"

dictum meum pactum - "My word is my bond"

disce aut discede - "Learn or Depart"

disce quasi semper victurus vive quasi cras moriturus - "Learn as if always going to live; live as if tomorrow going to die."

divide et impera - "Divide and Rule"

do ut des - "I give that you may give"

dona nobis pacem - "Give us Peace"

draco dormiens nunquam titillandus - "Never tickle a Sleeping Dragon"

ductus exemplo - "Leadership by example"

dum spiro spero - "While I breath, I hope."

dum vita est, spes est - "While there is life, there is hope."

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