beneficium accipere libertatem est vendere To accept a favour is to sell one's freedom.
Vice versa, especially when females start talking about how bad men are.
In somnis veritas - In dreams there is truth
Persona non grata or even more fun in the plural with personae non gratae.
Aquí está a la vida (Here's To Life)
Just one of my favorites
Dona Nobis Pacen! (Give us peace). I love to sing the chant, and listen to various instrumentalists play it...especially Yo Yo Ma on the cello.
Tempus fugit - time flies.
It has to be this one. I don't where the time goes.
Post hoc ergo propter hoc (after this therefore because of this)
It's a fallacy describing false links because of sequentiality. As in: Obama became president. The unemployment rate rose to over 10%. Therefore Obama must have caused the rise in unemployment.
non progredi est regredi (not moving forward means moving backward)
Quid Quid - Whatever
Semper - Always
Ave Maria - Hail Mary
Facta, Non Verba - Actions, Not Words
caveat emptor (let the buyer beware). If more people were to heed this phrase, there won't be so many stories of buyers being duped by dishonest sellers.
si vis pacem para ballum
not sure if it is spelt brilliant,
but it means
if you seek peace, prepare for war.
E Pluribus Unum ( Out of many, one) the motto of the Great seal of the United States, found on currency, coins, seals and flags.
Caveat lector--"the the reader beware."
Always good advice when online.
The only one I can think-of or rather never forgot from high a school teacher is Carpe diem or "seize the day"
by rawrr 8 years ago
Hi I admire your knowledge of latin and wanted to ask for some words and phrases?What is the word for ''alike'', ''similar'' or ''soulmate''? How can you say ''walk the same path'' or ''live the same life'' ? Thanks in advance
by fresh2def05 8 years ago
Such as: small crowd or good grief
by Lisa Davison 9 years ago
Hey, I was reading your post about latin words and phrases...and was wondering if you could translate something for me.. I tried google translator but i'm unsure wheater it's right or not..There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear.and this is the translation I got...timor non est...
by vfogerty 9 years ago
How do you say "What does not kill you makes you stronger" in latin
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