31 July 2010

Cool latin phrases!




Source: wikiquote

Amore, more, ore, re
(with) "love, behaviour, words, actions" from "Verus amicus amore more ore re cognoscitur" Virgilius (Latin for : True friend becomes known in the love, the disposition, the speeches, the deeds.)

Animus imperat
"The mind rules"

Ars gratis artis
 "Art for art's sake"

Dum spiro, spero.
"As long as I breathe, I hope"

Dum vivimus, vivamus!
"While we live, let us live!"

Fiat lux
"Let there be light."

Mementos mori
"Remember you will die."

Pacem in Terris
-> "Peace on Earth."

Ubi uber, ibi tuber.
-> "Where the soil is rich, you will find roots."

Vive ut vitas.
-> "Live, so that you may live."

1 comment:

  1. I have been searching for some quotes in old Latin writing and I can't find it anywhere. You know, where the P's have tails and the U's are V's....

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