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a bene placito from one who has been pleased well
a caelo usque ad centrum from the sky to the center
a capite ad calcem from head to heel
a contrario from the opposite
a Deucalione since Deucalion
ad majorem Dei gloriam for the greater glory of God
a fortiori from the stronger
a mari usque ad mare from sea to sea
a pedibus usque ad caput from feet to head
a posse ad esse from being able to being
a posteriori from the latter
a priori from the former
a tergo from behind
ab absurdo from the absurd
ab abusu ad usum non valet consequentia a consequence from an abuse to a use is not valid
ab aeterno from the eternal
ab antiquo from the ancient
ab extra from beyond
ab hinc from here on
ab imo pectore from the bottom of my heart
ab inconvenienti from an inconvenient thing
ab incunabulis from the cradle
ab initio from the beginning
ab intestato from an intestate
ab intra from within
ab irato from an angry man
ab origine from the source
ab ovo usque ad mala from the egg to the apples
ab uno disce omnes from one, learn all
ab urbe condita (a.u.c.) from the founding of the city
absens haeres non erit an absent person will not be an heir
absente reo with the defendant being absent
absit iniuria verbis let injury by words be absent
absit invidia let ill will be absent
absit omen let an omen be absent
absolutum dominium absolute dominion
absolvo I acquit
abundans cautela non nocet abundant caution does no harm
abusus non tollit usum misuse does not remove use
accusare nemo se debet nisi coram Deo no one ought to accuse himself except in the Presence of God
Accipe Hoc Take that
acta est fabula plaudite The play has been performed; applaud!
acta non verba actions, not words
Acta Sanctorum Deeds of the Saints
actus reus guilty act
ad absurdum to the absurd
ad abundantiam to abundance
ad astra to the stars
ad astra per aspera to the stars through difficulty
ad astra per alia porci to the stars on the wings of a pig
ad captandum vulgus in order to court the crowd
ad eundem to the same
ad fontes to the sources
ad fundum to the bottom
ad hominem to the man
ad honorem to the honor
ad infinitum to infinity
ad interim (ad int) for the meantime
ad Kalendas Graecas to the Greek Kalends
ad libitum toward pleasure
ad litem to the lawsuit
ad lucem to the light
ad maiorem Dei gloriam (AMDG) To the greater glory of God
ad multos annos To many years!
ad nauseam to the point of disgust
ad oculos With your own eyes.
ad pedem litterae to the foot of the letter
ad perpetuam memoriam to the perpetual memory
ad pondus omnium to the weight of all things
ad quod damnum to what damage
ad referendum to that which must be brought back
ad undas to the waves
ad usum Delphini for the use of the Dauphin
ad usum proprium for one's own use
ad utrumque paratus prepared for everything.
ad valorem to the value
ad victoriam to victory
ad vitam aeternam to eternal life
addendum thing to be added
adequatio intellectus et rei correspondence of the mind and reality
adsum I am here
adversus solem ne loquitor Don't speak against the sun
aegri somnia a sick man's dreams
aequitas Justice, or equality.
affidavit he asserted
age quod agis do what you do
agenda things to be done
Agnus Dei Lamb of God
alea iacta est the die is cast
alenda lux ubi orta libertas Let learning be cherished where liberty has arisen.
alias otherwise
alis aquilae on eagles wings
alis grave nil nothing is heavy to those who have wings
alis volat propris she flies with her own wings
Aliquantus Rather big
Aliquantulus Not that big
aliquid stat pro aliquo something that stands for something else
alma mater nourishing mother
alter ego other I
alterius non sit qui suus esse potest Let no man belong to another that can belong to himself
alterum non laedere to not wound another
alumna or alumnus pupil
amicus curiae friend of the court
amiterre legem terrae to lose the law of the land
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 fati love of fate
amor omnibus idem love is the same for all
amor patriae love of one's country
amor vincit omnia love conquers all
anno in the year
anno regni In the year of the reign
annus horribilis horrible year
annus mirabilis wonderful year
annus terribilis dreadful year
ante bellum before the war
ante cibum before food
ante meridiem before midday
ante mortem before death
ante prandium before lunch
apparatus criticus critical apparatus
aqua water
aqua fortis strong water
aqua pura pure water
aqua regia royal water
aqua vitae water of life
arbiter elegantiarum judge of tastes
arcus senilis senile bow
argumentum argument
ars celare artem art [is] to conceal art
ars gratia artis art for art's sake
ars longa vita brevis art is long, life is short
asinus asinum fricat the jackass rubs the jackass
audax at fidelis bold but faithful
audeamus let us dare
audemus jura nostra defendere we dare to defend our rights
audentes fortuna iuvat fortune favors the bold
audere est facere to dare is to do
audi alteram partem hear the other side
audio hostem I hear the enemy
aurea mediocritas golden mean
auri sacra fames accursed hunger for gold
auribus teneo lupum I hold a wolf by the ears
aurora australis southern dawn
aurora borealis northern dawn
aut Caesar aut nihil either Caesar or nothing
aut concilio aut ense either by meeting or by the sword
aut pax aut bellum either peace or war
aut vincere aut mori either to conquer or to die
ave atque vale Hail and farewell!
ave Caesar morituri te salutant Hail, Caesar! The ones who are about to die salute you!
ave Europa nostra vera Patria Hail, Europe, our true Fatherland!
Beata Virgo Maria Blessed Virgin Mary
beatae memoriae of blessed memory
beati pauperes spiritu Blessed in spirit [are] the poor.
beati possidentes blessed [are] those who possess
beatus homo qui invenit sapentiam blessed is the man who finds wisdom
bella gerant alii let others wage war
bellum omnium contra omnes war of all against all
bis dat qui cito dat he gives twice, who gives promptly
bis in die twice in a day
bona fide in good faith
bona officia good services
bona vacantia vacant goods
boni pastoris est tondere pecus non deglubere It is of a good shepherd to shear his flock, not to flay them.
bonum commune communitatis common good of the community
bonum commune hominis common good of a man
cacoethes scribendi bad habit of writing
cadavera vero innumera truly countless bodies
calix meus inebrians my cup makes me drunk
camera obscura dark chamber
Canes Pugnaces War Dogs or Fighting Dogs
Canis Canem Edit Dog Eats Dog
caput inter nubila (condit) head in the clouds
carpe diem seize the day
carpe noctem seize the night
Carthago delenda est Carthage must be destroyed
casus belli event of war
causa mortis cause of death
cave beware!
cave canem beware of dog
cave laborem beware of work
caveat emptor let the buyer beware
caveat lector let the reader beware
caveat venditor let the seller beware
Cedant arma togae let arms yield to the gown
cepi corpus I got the body
certum est quod certum reddi potest It is certain if it is capable of being rendered certain
cessante ratione legis cessat ipsa lex When the reason for the law ceases, the law itself ceases.
cetera desunt the rest are missing
ceteris paribus with other things equal
charta pardonationis se defendendo a paper of pardon to him who defended himself
charta pardonationis utlagariae a paper of pardon to the outlaw
Christo et Doctrinae For Christ and Learning
Christus Rex Christ the King
circa (c.) or (ca.) around
circulus vitiosus vicious circle
citius altius fortius faster, higher, stronger
claves Sancti Petri the keys of Saint Peter
clerico admittendo about to be made a clerk
Codex Iuris Canonici Book of Canon Law
cogito ergo sum I think, therefore I am.
coitus interruptus interrupted congress
communibus annis in common years
communibus locis in common places
communis opinio generally accepted view
compos mentis in control of the mind
concordia salus salvation through harmony
condicio sine qua non condition without which not
confer (cf.) bring together
Confoederatio Helvetica Helvetian Confederation
coniunctis viribus with connected strength
Consuetudo pro lege servatur Custom is kept before the law
consummatum est It is completed.
contemptus saeculi scorn for the times
contradictio in terminis contradiction in terms
contraria contrariis curantur the opposite is cured with the opposite
contra bonos mores against good morals
contra legem against the law
cor ad cor loquitur heart speaks to heart
cor meum tibi offero domine prompte et sincere my heart I offer to you Lord promptly and sincerely
coram Deo in the Presence of God
coram populo in the presence of the people
Corpus Christi Body of Christ
corpus delicti body of the offence
Corpus Iuris Canonici Body of Canon Law
Corpus Iuris Civilis Body of Civil Law
corpus vile worthless body
corrigenda things to be corrected
corruptio optimi pessima the corruption of the best is the worst
corruptus in extremis the extreme corruption
Corruptissima re publica plurimae leges When the republic is at its most corrupt the laws are most numerous--Tacitus
credo quia absurdum est I believe it because it is absurd
crescamus in Illo per omina May we grow in Him through all things
crescat scientia vita excolatur let knowledge grow, let life be enriched
crescit eundo it grows as it goes
cui bono Good for whom?
cui prodest for whom it advances
cuius est solum eius est usque ad coelum et ad inferos Whose the land is, all the way to the sky and to the underworld is his.
cuius regio, eius religio whose region, his religion
Cuiusvis hominis est errare, nullius nisi insipientis in errore perseverare. Anyone can err, but only the fool persists in his fault.
culpa fault
cum gladiis et fustibus with swords and clubs
cum gladio et sale with sword and salt
cum laude with praise
cum mortuis in lingua mortua with the dead in a dead language
cura personalis care for the whole person
cura te ipsum take care of your own self
cur Deus Homo Why the God/Man
curriculum vitae course of life
custos morum keeper of morals
cygnus inter anates swan among ducks
cygnus insignis distinguished by its swans
damnatio memoriae damnation of memory
damnum absque injuria damage without injury
dat deus incrementum God grants the increase
de bonis asportatis carrying goods away
Decus Et Tutamen An ornament and a safeguard
descensus in cuniculi cavum The descent into the cave of the rabbit
de dato of the date
de gustibus non est disputandum there is not to be discussion regarding tastes
de futuro regarding the future
de integro again or a second time
de jure by law
de lege ferenda from law to be passed
de lege lata from law passed or by law in force
de minimis non curat praetor The commander does not bother with the smallest things.
de mortuis aut bene aut nihil about the dead, either well or nothing
de mortuis nil nisi bonum about the dead, nothing unless a good thing
de nobis fabula narratur about us is the story told
de novo from the new
de omni re scibili et quibusdam aliis about every knowable thing, and even certain other things
De Oppresso Liber Free From Having Been Oppressed
de profundis from the depths
de re about the matter
Dei Gratia Regina By the Grace of God, Queen
Dei sub numine viget under God's Spirit she flourishes
delectatio morosa peevish delight
deliriant isti Romani They are mad, those Romans!
Deo ac veritati God and Truth
Deo gratias thanks [be] to God
Deo Optimo Maximo To the Best and Greatest God
Deo vindice with God as protector
Deo volente with God willing
deus ex machina a god from a machine
Deus vult God wills it!
Dicto simpliciter [From] a maxim, simply
dictum meum pactum my word [is] my bond
diem perdidi I have lost the day
Dies Irae Day of Wrath
dirigo I direct
dis aliter visum it seemed otherwise to the gods
dis manibus sacrum Sacred to the ghost-gods
disce quasi semper victurus vive quasi cras moriturus Learn as if always going to live; live as if tomorrow going to die.
discipuli nostrum bardissimi sunt Our students are very stupid
disjecta membra scattered limbs
ditat Deus God enriches
divide et impera divide and rule
dixi I have spoken
[..., ...] dixit [..., ...] said
do ut des I give that you may give
Docendo disco, scribendo cogito I learn by teaching, think by writing.
Dominus illuminatio mea the Lord is my light
Dominus vobiscum Lord be with you
dona nobis pacem give us peace
donatio mortis causa giving in expectation of death
draco dormiens nunquam titillandus a sleeping dragon is never to be tickled
dramatis personae the parts of the play
Duae tabulae rasae in quibus nihil scriptum est Two minds, not one single thought
Ductus exemplo Leadership by Example
dulce bellum inexpertis war is sweet to the inexperienced
dulce et decorum est pro patria mori It is sweet and honorable to die for the fatherland.
dulce et utile a sweet and useful thing
dulcius ex asperis through difficulty, sweetness.
dum spiro spero while I breathe, I hope
dum Roma deliberat Saguntum perit while Rome debates, Saguntum is in danger
dum vivimus servimus While we live, we serve
dura lex sed lex the law [is] harsh, but [it is] the law
dura mater tough mother
dum vita est, spes est while there is life, there is hope
e pluribus unum From many, (comes) One.
Ecce Homo Behold the Man!
editio princeps first edition
ego te absolvo I absolve you
ego te provoco I dare you
emeritus veteran
ens causa sui existing because of oneself
ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem by the sword she seeks gentle peace under liberty
entitas ipsa involvit aptitudinem ad extorquendum certum assensum reality involves a power to compel sure assent
eo nomine by that name
ergo therefore
erga omnes in relation to everyone
errare humanum est to err is human
erratum error
esse est percipi to be is to be perceived
esse quam videri to be, rather than to seem
esto perpetua let it be perpetual
et alibi and elsewhere
et alii and others
et cetera (etc.) or (&c.) And the rest
et hoc genus omne And all that sort of thing
et in Arcadia ego and in Arcadia [am] I
et nunc reges intelligite erudimini qui judicati terram And now, kings, understand: be instructed, you who have judged the Earth.
et sequentes (et seq.) and the following
et tu, Brute? And you, Brutus?
et uxor and wife
ex abundantia enim cordis os loquitur for out of an abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks
ex abundanti cautela from abundant caution
ex aequo from the equal
ex animo from the heart
ex ante from before
Ex Astris Scientia From the Stars, Knowledge
ex cathedra from the chair
ex Deo from God
ex dolo malo from fraud
ex facie from the face
ex gratia from kindness
ex hypothesi from the hypothesis
ex lege from the law
ex libris from the books
ex luna scientia from the moon, knowledge
ex nihilo nihil fit nothing may come from nothing
ex opere operato from the work that worked
ex oriente lux from the East, the light
ex parte from a part
ex pede Herculem from Hercules' foot
ex post from after
ex post facto from a thing done afterward
ex scientia tridens from knowledge, sea power.
ex scientia vera from knowledge, truth.
ex silentio from silence
ex tempore from time
ex vi termini from the force of the term
ex vivo out of or from life
ex voto from the vow
excelsior higher
exceptio firmat regulam in casibus non exceptis The exception confirms the rule in cases which are not excepted
excusatio non petita accusatio manifesta an excuse that has not been sought is an obvious accusation
exeat let him leave
exeunt they leave
exit he leaves
experimentum crucis crucial experiment
experto crede trust the expert
expressio unius est exclusio alterius the expression of the one is the exclusion of the other
Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus No Salvation Outside the Church
Extra omnes All away
extra territorium jus dicenti impune non paretur he who administers justice outside of his territory is disobeyed with impunity
Faber est suae quisque fortunae Every man is the artisan of his own fortune
fac fortia et patere do brave deeds and endure
fac simile make a similar thing
facta, non verba actions, not words
falsus in unum, falsus in omnibus false in one thing, false in everything
felo de se felon from himself
fere libenter homines id quod volunt credunt as a rule, men willingly believe that which they wish to
festina lente hurry slowly
fiat iustitia et pereat mundus let justice be done, even should the world perish
fiat justitia ruat caelum let justice be done should the sky fall
fiat lux let light be made
Fiat Voluntas Dei May God's will be done
Fidei Defensor (Fid Def) or (fd) Defender of the Faith
fides qua creditur the faith by which it is believed
fides quae creditur the faith which is believed
fides quaerens intellectum faith seeking understanding
fidus Achates faithful Achates
finis vitae sed non amoris The end of Life is not the end of Love
flagellum dei scourge of god
flectere si nequeo superos, Achaeronta movebo If I cannot move heaven I will raise hell
floruit one flourished
fluctuat nec mergitur she wavers and is not immersed
fons et origo the spring and source
fortes fortuna adiuvat fortune favours the brave
fortis est veritas truth is strong
fortis et liber strong and free
generalia specialibus non derogant universal things do not detract from specific things
genius loci spirit of place
Gloria in Excelsis Deo Glory to God in the Heights
Gloria Patri Glory to the Father
gloriosus et liber glorious and free
Gradibus ascendimus Ascending by degrees
graviora manent heavier things remain
gutta cavat lapidem non vi sed saepe cadendo a drop hollows a stone not by force, but by often falling
habeas corpus you may have the body
habemus papam we have a pope
hac lege with this law
haec olim meminisse iuvabit one day, this will be pleasing to remember
Hannibal ante portas Hannibal before the gates
Hannibal ad portas Hannibal is at the gates
haud ignota loquor I speak not of unknown things
hic abundant leones here lions abound
hic et nunc here and now
hic jacet here lies
hic manebimus optime here we'll stay excellently
hic sunt dracones here there are dragons
hic sunt leones here there are lions
hinc illae lacrimae hence those tears
historia vitae magistra history, the teacher of life
homo homini lupus man [is a] wolf to man
homo sum humani a me nihil alienum puto I am a human being; nothing human is strange to me
homo unius libri (timeo) (I fear) a man of one book
honeste vivere to live virtuously
honor virtutis praemium esteem is the reward of virtue
honoris causa for the sake of honor
hora somni at the hour of sleep
horas non numero nisi serenas I do not count the hours unless they are sunny
hortus in urbe A garden in the city
horribile dictu horrible to say
hostis humani generis enemy of the human race
hypotheses non fingo I do not fabricate hypotheses
ibidem (ibid.) in the same place
idem (id.) the same
idem quod the same as
Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum (INRI) Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews
igne natura renovatur integra through fire, nature is reborn whole
igni ferroque with fire and iron
ignis aurum probat fire tests gold
ignis fatuus foolish fire
Igitur qui desiderat pacem, praeparet bellum If you desire peace, prepare for war
ignoratio elenchi ignorance of the issue
ignotum per ignotius unknown by means of the more unknown
ignotus unknown
Illegitimi non carborundum Don't let the bastards grind you down
imago Dei image of God
imitatio dei imitation of a god
imperium sine fine an empire without an end
imprimatur let it be printed
in absentia in the absence
in actu in act
in articulo mortis at the point of death
in camera in the chamber
in casu in the event
in cauda venenum the poison is in the tail
in Deo speramus in God we hope
in dubio pro reo in doubt, on behalf of the [alleged] culprit
in duplo in double
in effigie in the likeness
in esse in existence
in extenso in the extended
in extremis in the furthest reaches
in fidem into faith
in fieri in becoming
Infinitus est numerus stultorum. Infinite is the number of fools.
in flagrante delicto in a blazing wrong, while the crime is blazing
in flore in blossom
in foro in forum
in girum imus nocte et consumimur igni We enter the circle at night and are consumed by fire
in hoc signo vinces by this sign you will conquer
in illo tempore in that time
in limine at the outset
in loco parentis in the place of a parent
in luce Tua videmus lucem in Thy light we see light
in lumine tuo videbimus lumen in your light we will see the light
in manus tuas commendo spiritum meum into your hands I entrust my spirit
in medias res into the middle of things
in memoriam into the memory
in necessariis unitas, in dubiis libertas, in omnibus caritas in necessary things unity, in doubtful things liberty, in all things charity
in nuce in a nut
In omnia paratus Ready for anything.
in partibus infidelium in the parts of the infidels
in pectore in the heart
in personam into a person
in posse in potential
in propria persona in one's own person
in rerum natura in the nature of things
in saeculo in the times
in salvo in safety
in silico in silicon
in situ in the place
In spe in hope
In specialibus generalia quaerimus To seek the general in the specifics
in statu nascendi in the state of being born
in toto in all
in triplo in triple
in utero in the womb
in vacuo in a void
in vivo in life or in a living thing
incredibile dictu incredible to say
Index Librorum Prohibitorum Index of Forbidden Books
indivisibiliter ac inseparabiliter indivisible and inseparable
infra dignitatem beneath one's dignity
integer vitae scelerisque purus unimpaired by life and clean of wickedness
inter alia among other things
inter alios among others
inter arma enim silent leges In the face of arms, the law falls mute, more popularly rendered as In a time of war, the law falls silent.
inter caetera among others
inter spem et metum between hope and fear
inter vivos between the living
intra muros within the walls
intra vires within the powers
ipsa scientia potestas est knowledge itself is power
ipse dixit he himself said it
ipsissima verba the very words themselves
ipso facto by the fact itself
Ira Deorum Wrath of the Gods
ita vero thus indeed
ite missa est go, the things have been sent
iter faciamus Road trip!
iura novit curia the court knows the laws
Johannes est nomen ejus John is its name / Juan es su Nombre
juris ignorantia est*censored*jus nostrum ignoramus it is ignorance of the law when we do not know our own rights
jus accrescendi right of accrual
jus ad bellum law towards war
jus cogens compelling law
jus in bello law in war
jus primae noctis law of the first night
justitia omnibus justice for all
Labor omnia vincit Work conquers all things
Laborare pugnare parati sumus To work, (or) to fight; we are ready
lapsus memoriae slip of memory
laus Deo praise be to God
lege artis according to the law of the art
legem terrae the law of the land
leges humanae nas*censored*ur, vivunt, et moriuntur laws of man are born, live and die
leges sine moribus vanae laws without morals [are] vain
legitime lawfully
lex artis law of the skill
lex ferenda the law that should be borne
lex lata the law that has been borne
lex loci law of the place
lex non scripta law that has not been written
lex parsimoniae law of succinctness
lex rex the law [is] king
lex scripta written law
lex talionis the law of retaliation
liberate me ex infernis free me from hell
libera te tutemet you, free yourself
Libertas Quae Sera Tamen freedom which [is] however late
libra (lb) scales
loco citato (lc) in the place cited
locus classicus a classic place
locus minoris resistentiae place of less resistance
luctor et emergo I struggle and emerge
lucus a non lucendo [it is] a grove by not being light
lupus in fabula the wolf in the story
lupus non mordet lupum a wolf does not bite a wolf
lux et lex light and law
lux et veritas light and truth
lux hominum vita life the light of men
lux in Domino light in the Lord
lux libertas light, liberty
lux mentis lux orbis Light of the mind, light of the world
lux sit let there be light

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Escrito por: Adrián Daniel Paz Repullés el 26/07/2007, 14:13

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