Latin Phrases You May Like - L
Latin Phrases beginning with "L"
Labor omnia vincit - "Hard work conquers all"
Laborare pugnare parati sumus - "To work, (or) to fight; we are ready"
Laboris gloria Ludi - "Work hard, Play hard"
leges humanae nascuntur, vivunt, et moriuntur - "laws of man are born, live and die"
leges sine moribus vanae - "laws without morals [are] vain"
lex orandi, lex credendi - "the law of prayer is the law of faith"
lex talionis - "The Law of Retaliation"
Libertas Justitia Veritas - "Liberty, Justice, Truth"
luctor et emergo - "I struggle and emerge"
lupus non mordet lupum - "A wolf does not bite a wolf"
Latin Phrases beginning with "M"
Macte animo! Generose puer sic itur ad astra - "Young, cheer up! This is the way to the skies"
magna est vis consuetudinis - "Great is the power of habit"
mala tempora currunt - "Bad times are upon us"
malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium - "I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery"
malum quo communius eo peius - "the more common an evil is, the worse it is"
manus celer Dei - "The swift hand of God"
manus manum lavat - "One hand washes the other"
Mater semper certa est - "The mother is always certain"
media vita in morte sumus - "In the midst of our lives we die"
memento mori - "Remember that you will die"
memores acti prudentes futuri - "mindful of what has been done, aware of what will be"
mens sana in corpore sano - "a sound mind in a sound body"
Miles Gloriosus - "Glorious Soldier"
minatur innocentibus qui parcit nocentibus - "he threatens the innocent who spares the guilty"
miserere nobis - "Have mercy upon us"
missit me Dominus - "The lord has sent me"
mortui vivos docent - "The Dead teach the living"
morior invictus - "Death before Defeat"
morituri nolumus mori - "We who are about to die don't want to"
morituri te salutant - "those who are about to die salute you"
mors certa, hora incerta - "death is certain, its hour is uncertain"
mors omnibus - "Death to All"
mors tua vita mea - "Your death, My life"
mors vincit omnia - "Death conquers all"
multis e gentibus vires - "From many peoples, strength"
mundus vult decipi - "The world wants to be deceived"