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magister dixit the master has said it
Magna Carta Great Paper
magna*censored*laude with great praise
Magna Europa est Patria Nostra Great Europe is Our Fatherland
magna est vis consuetudinis great is the power of habit
magno*censored*gaudio with great joy
magnum opus great work
maiora premunt greater things are pressing
mala fide in bad faith
mala tempora currunt bad times are upon us
male captus bene detentus wrongly captured, properly detained
malum discordiae apple of discord
malum quo communius eo peius the more common an evil is, the worse it is
malum in se wrong in itself
malum prohibitum wrong due to being prohibited
manu militari with a military hand
manu propria (m.p.) with one's own hand
manus celer Dei the swift hand of God
manus manum lavat one hand washes the other
mare clausum closed sea
mare liberum free sea
mare nostrum our sea
Mater Facit Mother Does It
materfamilias the mother of the family
materia medica medical matter
me vexat pede it annoys me at the foot
Mea Culpa My Fault
Media vita in morte sumus In the midst of our lives we die
meliora better things
Melita, domi adsum Honey, I'm home!
memento mori remember that [you will] die
memento vivere a reminder of life
memores acti prudentes futuri mindful of what has been done, aware of what will be
mens agitat molem the mind moves the mass
mens et manus mind and hand
mens rea guilty mind
mens sana in corpore sano a sound mind in a sound body
meminerunt omnia amantes lovers remember all
Miles Gloriosus Glorious Soldier
minatur innocentibus qui parcit nocentibus he threatens the innocent who spares the guilty
mirabile dictu wonderful to tell
mirabile visu wonderful by the sight
miserabile visu terrible by the sight
miserere nobis have mercy upon us
missit me Dominus the Lord has sent me
mittimus we send
mobilis in mobili moving in a moving thing or, poetically, changing through the changing medium
modus operandi (M.O.) method of operating
modus ponens method of placing
modus tollens method of removing
modus vivendi method of living
montani semper liberi mountaineers [are] always free
Montis Insignia Calpe Badge of the Rock of Gibraltar
more ferarum like beasts
morituri te salutant those who are about to die salute thee
mors tua vita mea your death, my life
mors vincit omnia death conquers all or death always wins
mos maiorum the custom of our ancestors
motu proprio on his own initiative
multis e gentibus vires from many peoples, strength
mundus vult decipi the world wants to be deceived
munit haec et altera vincit this one defends and the other one conquers
mutatis mutandis with those things changed which needed to be changed
Nasciturus pro iam nato habetur, quotiens de commodis eius agitur The unborn is deemed to have been born to the extent that his own inheritance is concerned
natura non contristatur nature is not saddened
natura non facit saltum ita nec lex nature does not make a leap, thus neither does the law
navigare necesse est vivere non est necesse to sail is necessary; to live is not necessary
ne cede malis do not give in to misfortune
ne sutor ultra crepidam Cobbler, no further than the sandal!
nec dextrorsum, nec sinistrorsum Neither to the right nor to the left
nec spe, nec metu without fear, without hope
nec temere nec timide neither reckless nor timid
nemine contradicente with no one speaking against
nemo dat quod non habet no one gives what he does not have
nemo iudex in sua causa no man shall be a judge in his own cause
nemo me impune lacessit no one provokes me with impunity
nemo tenetur seipsum accusare no one is bound to accuse himself
nihil ad rem nothing to do with the point
nihil dicit he says nothing
nihil novi nothing of the new
nihil obstat nothing prevents
nil admirari be surprised at nothing
nil desperandum nothing must be despaired at
nil nisi bonum (about the dead say) nothing unless (it is) good
nil nisi malis terrori no terror, except to the bad
nil per os (n.p.o.) nothing through the mouth
nil satis nisi optimum nothing [is] enough unless [it is] the best
nil sine numine nothing without the divine will
nil volentibus arduum Nothing [is] arduous for the willing
nisi Dominus frustra if not the Lord, [it is] in vain
nisi prius unless previously
nolens volens unwilling, willing
noli me tangere do not touch me
noli turbare circulos meos Do not disturb my circles!
nolle prosequi to be unwilling to prosecute
nolo contendere I do not wish to contend
nomen dubium doubtful name
nomen est omen the name is a sign
nomen nescio I do not know the name
nomen nudum naked name
non bis in idem not twice in the same thing
non causa pro causa not the cause for the cause
non compos mentis not in control of the mind
non ducor duco I am not led; I lead
non facias malum ut inde fiat bonum you should not make evil in order that good may be made from it
non impediti ratione congitatonis unencumbered by the thought process
non in legendo sed in intelligendo legis consistunt the laws depend not on being read, but on being understood
non liquet it is not proven
non mihi solum not for myself alone
non nobis solum not for ourselves alone
non nobis solum nati sumus not unto ourselves alone are we born
non obstante veredicto not standing in the way of a verdict
non olet it doesn't smell
non omnis moriar I shall not all die
non plus ultra nothing further beyond
non possumus not possible
non progredi est regredi to not go forward is to go backward
non prosequitur he does not proceed
Non scholae sed vitae discimus We learn not for school, but for life.
non sequitur it does not follow
non serviam I will not serve
Non sibi Not for self.
Non sibi sed suis Not for one's self but for one's own.
Non silba, sed anthar; Deo vindice Not for self, but for others; God will vindicate.
non sum qualis eram I am not such as I was
Non teneas aurum totum quod splendet ut aurum Do not hold as gold all that shines as gold.
non vi, sed verbo Not through violence, but through the word alone
nosce te ipsum know thyself
noster nostri Our Hearts Beat As One
nota bene mark well
Novus Ordo Seclorum New Order of the Ages
Nulla dies sine linea Not a day without a line drawn.
nullam rem natam no thing born
nulli secundus second to none
Nullius in verba On the word of no man
nullum crimen, nulla poena sine lege no crime, no punishment without law
numerus clausus closed number
nunc dimittis now you are sending away
nunc est bibendum now is the time to drink
nunc pro tunc now for then
nunc scio quid sit amor now I know what love is
nunquam non paratus never unprepared
O homines ad servitutem paratos Men fit to be slaves!
O tempora O mores O, the times! O, the morals!
obiit one died
Obit anus, abit onus The old woman dies, the burden is lifted
obiter dictum a thing said in passing
obscuris vera involvens the truth being enveloped by obscure things
obscurum per obscurius the obscure by means of the more obscure
oculus dexter right eye
oculus sinister left eye
oderint dum metuant let them hate, so long as they fear
odi et amo I hate and I love
odi profanum vulgus et arceo I hate the unholy rabble and keep them away
odium theologicum theological hatred
omnes vulnerant, postuma necat or omnes feriunt, ultima necat All [the hours] wound, last one kills.
omne ignotum pro magnifico every unknown thing [is taken] for great
omnia dicta fortiora si dicta Latina everything said [is] stronger if said in Latin
omne vivum ex ovo Every living thing is from an egg
omnia munda mundis everything [is] pure to the pure [men]
omnia praesumuntur legitime facta donec probetur in contrarium all things are presumed to be lawfully done, until it is shown [to be] in the reverse
omnibus idem the same to all
omnium gatherum gathering of all
onus probandi burden of proof
onus procedendi burden of procedure
opera omnia all works
opera posthuma posthumous works
opere citato (op. cit.) in the work that was cited
operibus anteire leading the way with deeds
ophidia in herba a snake in the grass
opus anglicanum English work
Opus Dei The Work of God
ora et labora pray and work
ora pro nobis pray for us
oratio directa direct speech
oratio obliqua indirect speech
  the world is not enough
orbis unum One world
ordo ab chao Out of chaos, comes order
orta recens quam pura nites newly risen, how brightly you shine
pace with peace
pace tua with your peace
pacta sunt servanda agreements must be kept
panem et circenses bread and circuses
para bellum prepare for war
parens patriae parent of the nation
pari passu with equal step
parva sub ingenti the small under the huge
Parvis imbutus tentabis grandia tutus When you are steeped in little things, you shall safely attempt great things
passim here and there
pater familias father of the family
Pater Patriae Father of the Nation
pater peccavi father, I have sinned
pauca sed matura few, but ripe
pauca sed bona few, but good
pax aeterna eternal peace
Pax Americana American Peace
Pax Aut Bellum Peace or War
Pax Britannica British Peace
pax Dei peace of God
Pax Deorum Peace of the Gods
Pax Domine Peace, lord
pax et bonum peace and the good
pax et lux peace and light
pax maternum, ergo pax familiarum peace of mothers, therefore peace of families
Pax Mongolica Mongolian Peace
Pax Romana Roman Peace
Pax Sinica Chinese Peace
pax vobiscum peace [be] with you
Peccavi I have sinned
pecunia non olet the money doesn't smell
pecunia, si uti scis, ancilla est; si nescis, domina if you can use money, money is your slave; if you can't, money is your master
pendent opera interrupta the work hangs interrupted
per By, through, by means of
per annum (p.a.) through a year
per ardua through adversity
per ardua ad astra through struggles to the stars
per aspera ad astra through hardships to the stars
per capsulam through the small box
per capita through the heads
per contra through the contrary
per curiam through the senate
per definitionem through the definition
per diem through a day
Per Mare per Terram By Sea and by Land
per mensem through a month
per os through the mouth
per pedes by feet
per procura through the agency
per quod by reason of which
per rectum through the rectum
per se through itself
per stirpes through the roots
per veritatem vis through truth, strength
perpetuum mobile thing in perpetual motion
persona non grata person not pleasing
petitio principii request of the beginning
pia desideria pious longings
pia fraus pious fraud
pia mater pious mother
pinxit one painted
pluralis majestatis plural of majesty
pollice verso with a turned thumb
pons asinorum bridge of asses
Pontifex Maximus Greatest High Priest
posse comitatus to be able to attend
post aut propter after it or by means of it
post cibum after food
post coitus After sex
post hoc ergo propter hoc after this, therefore because of this
post meridiem (p.m.) after midday
post mortem after death
Post mortem auctoris (p.m.a.) after the author's death
post prandial after the time before midday
post scriptum after what has been written
Post Tenebras Lux after darkness, light
Praesis Ut Prosis Lead in order to serve
prima facie at first sight
prima luce at dawn
Praemonitus praemunitus forewarned is forearmed. See Praemonitus praemunitus.
Primas sum: primatum nil a me alienum puto I am a primate; nothing about primates is outside of my bailiwick
primum mobile first moving thing
primum movens prime mover
primum non nocere first, to not harm
primus inter pares first among equals
principia probant non probantur principles prove; they are not proved
prior tempore potior iure earlier in time, stronger in law
pro bono for the good
pro Brasilia fiant eximia let exceptional things be made for Brazil
Pro deo et patria For God and Country
pro forma for form
pro hac vice for this occasion
Pro multis for many
pro patria for country
pro rata for the rate
pro re nata for a thing that has been born
pro studio et labore for study and work
pro se for oneself
pro tanto for so much
pro tempore for the time
probatio pennae testing of the pen
propria manu by one's own hand
propter vitam vivendi perdere causas to destroy the reasons for living for the sake of life
provehito in altum launch forward into the deep
proxime accessit he came next
proximo mense in the following month
pulvis et umbra sumus we are dust and shadow
punctum saliens leaping point
qua patet orbis as far as the world extends
quaecumque vera whatever is true
quaere seek
quaerite primum regnum Dei seek ye first the kingdom of God
qualis artifex pereo As what kind of artist do I perish?
quamdiu bene gesserit Legal Latin: as long as he shall have behaved well
quando omni flunkus, mortati When all else fails, play dead
quantum libet as much as pleases
quantum sufficit as much as is enough
quaque hora every hour
quare clausum fregit wherefore he broke the close
quater in die four times a day
quem deus vult perdere, dementat prius Whom the gods would destroy, they first make insane
quem di diligunt adulescens moritur he whom the gods love dies young
questio quid iuris I ask what law?
qui bono who with good
qui pro quo literally qui instead of quo (medieval Latin)
qui tacet consentire videtur he who is silent is taken to agree
qui tam pro domino rege quam pro se ipso in hac parte sequitur he who brings an action for the king as well as for himself
qui transtulit sustinet he who transplanted still sustains
quia suam uxorem etiam suspiciore vacare vellet because he should wish even his wife to be free from suspicion
quid est veritas What is truth?
quid novi ex Africa What of the new out of Africa?
quid pro quo what for what
quid nunc What now?
quidquid Latine dictum sit altum videtur whatever has been said in Latin seems deep
quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Who will guard the guards themselves?
quis ut Deus Who [is] as God?
quo errat demonstrator where the prover errs
quo fata ferunt where the fates bear us to
quo usque tandem For how much longer?
quo vadis Where are you going?
quod erat demonstrandum (Q.E.D.) which was to be demonstrated
quod erat faciendum which was to be done
quod est which is
quod gratis asseritur, gratis negatur what is asserted without reason may be denied without reason
quod licet Iovi non licet bovi what is permitted to Jupiter is not permitted to an ox
quod me nutrit me destruit what nourishes me destroys me
quod natura non dat Salmantica non praestat what nature does not give, Salamanca does not provide
quod vide (q.v.) which see
quomodo vales how are you?
quot homines tot sententiae how many people, so many opinions
radix malorum est cupiditas the root of evils is desire
Rara avis Rare bird
ratio decidendi reasoning for the decision
ratio legis reasoning of law
ratione soli by account of the ground
re in the matter of
rebus sic stantibus with matters standing thus
reductio ad absurdum leading back to the absurd
reductio ad infinitum leading back to the infinite
regnat populus the people rule
Regnum Mariae Patrona Hungariae Kingdom of Mary, the Patron of Hungary
repetitio est mater studiorum repetition is the mother of study
requiescat in pace let him rest in peace
rerum cognoscere causas to learn the causes of things
res gestae things done
res ipsa loquitur the thing speaks for itself
res judicata judged thing
respice adspice prospice look behind, look here, look ahead
respice finem look back at the end
respondeat superior let the superior respond
res nullius nobody's thing
rex regum fidelum et king even of faithful kings
rigor mortis stiffness of death
Romanes eunt domus Romanes go the house
rosa rubicundior lilio candidior omnibus formosior semper in te glorior redder than the rose, whiter than the lilies, fairer than all things, I do ever glory in thee
rus in urbe Farm in the city
saltus in demonstrando leap in explaining
salus populi suprema lex esto the welfare of the people is to be the highest law
salva veritate with truth intact
Salvator Mundi Savior of the World
salvo errore et omissione save for error and omission
salvo honoris titulo save for title of honor
Sancta Sedes Holy Chair
Sancta Simplicitas Holy Innocence
sapere aude dare to be wise
Sapientia et Doctrina Wisdom and Learning
sapienti sat enough for the wise
scientia vincere tenebras Through science to conquer darkness
scio I know
seculo seculorum Forever and Ever
sedes apostolica apostolic chair
sedes incertae seat (i.e. location) uncertain
sede vacante with the seat being vacant
semper eadem always the same
servus servorum Dei servant of the servants of God
semper excelsius always higher
semper fidelis always faithful
semper paratus always prepared
semper reformanda always reforming
semper ubi sub ubi always where under where
semper vigilans always vigilant
semper vigilo always vigilant
Senatus Populusque Romanus (SPQR) The Senate and the People of Rome
sensu stricto with the tight meaning
Servo Permaneo Bovis Provestri Save the Last Bullet for Yourself
sesquipedalia verba words a foot and a half long
Si hoc legere scis nimium eruditionis habes If you can read this, you have too much education.
si peccasse negamus fallimur et nulla est in nobis veritas if we refuse to make a mistake, we are deceived, and there's no truth in us
si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice if you seek a delightful peninsula, look around
Si tacuisses, philosophus mansisses If you had kept your silence, you would have stayed a philosopher
si vales valeo if you are well, I am well
si vis pacem para bellum if you want peace, prepare for war
sic thus
sic et non thus and not
sic gorgiamus allos subjectatos nunc we gladly feast on those who would subdue us
sic infit so it begins
sic itur ad astra thus you shall go to the stars
sic passim Thus here and there
sic semper tyrannis thus always to tyrants
sic transit gloria mundi thus passes the glory of the world
sic utere tuo ut alienum non laedas use [what is] yours so as not to harm [what is] of others
sic vita est thus is life
signetur let it be labeled
Signum Fidei Sign of the Faith
silentium est aureum silence is golden
similia similibus curantur similar things take care of similar things
simplex sigillum veri simplicity is the sign of truth
sine anno without a year
sine die without a day
sine ira et studio without anger and fondness
sine loco without a place
sine nomine without a name
sine qua non without which not
sine scientia ars nihil est without knowledge, skill is nothing
sit venia verbo may there be forgiveness for the word
sola fide by faith alone
sola gratia by grace alone
Sola lingua bona est lingua mortua the only good language is a dead language
sola scriptura by scripture alone
soli Deo gloria glory to God alone
solus Christus Christ alone
solus ipse I alone
speculum speculorum mirror of mirrors
spem reduxit he has restored hope
spes anchora vitae hope is the anchor of [my] life
spiritus mundi spirit of the world
spiritus ubi vult spirat the spirit spreads wherever it wants
splendor sine occasu brightness without setting
stamus contra malo we stand against by evil
stante pede with a standing foot
stare decisis to stand by the decided things
statim immediately
status quo the state to which
status quo ante bellum let's pretend this war didn't happen
stercus accidit shit happens
stet let it stand
stipendium peccati mors est the reward of sin is death
strenuis ardus cedunt the heights yield to endeavour
stricto sensu with the tight meaning
stupor mundi the wonder of the world
sua sponte by its own accord
Sub Cruce Lumen The Light Under the Cross
sub judice under a judge
sub poena under penalty
sub rosa under the rose
sub specie aeternitatis under the sight of eternity
sublimis ab unda Raised from the waves
Sui generis Of its own kind
sui iuris Of one's own right
sum quod eris I am what you will be
summa*censored*laude with highest praise
summum bonum the supreme good
sunt lacrimae rerum there are tears for things
sunt omnes unum they are all one
suo jure in one's own right
suo moto upon one's own initiative
supero omnia I surpass everything
surgam I shall rise
suum cuique tribuere to render to every man his due
tabula rasa scraped tablet
talis qualis just as such
taliter qualiter somewhat
te audire no possum, musa sapienum fixa est in aura I'm sorry, i can't hear you, i have a banana stuck in my ear
technica impendi nationi Technology impulses nations
temet nosce know thyself
Tempora Heroica Heroic Age
tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis the times are changing, and we change in them
tempus edax rerum time, devourer of all things
tempus fugit time flees
tempus rerum imperator time, commander of all things
tempus vernum spring time
tempus volat hora fugit time flies, the hour flees
teneo te Africa I hold you, Africa!
ter in die thrice in a day
terminus ante quem limit before which
terra australis incognita unknown southern land
terra firma solid land
terra incognita unknown land
terra nova new land
terra nullius land of none
terras irradient let them illuminate the lands
tertium non datur a third is not given
tertium quid a third something
testis unos, testis nullus one witness is not a witness
timeo Danaos et dona ferentes I fear Greeks, even bearing gifts
timidi mater non flet A coward's mother does not weep
timor mortis conturbat me the fear of death confounds me
Totus Tuus totally yours
translatio imperii transfer of rule
Treuga Dei Truce of God
tu autem you indeed
tu autem domine miserere nobis But Thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us
tu fui ego eris I was you; you will be me
tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito you should not give in to evils, but proceed ever more boldly against them
tu quoque you too
tuebor I will protect
uberrima fides most abundant faith
ubertas et fidelitas fertility and faithfulness
ubi bene ibi patria where [it is] well, there [is] the fatherland
ubi caritas et amor Deus ibi est where there is charity and love, God is there
ubi mel ibi apes where [there is] honey, there [are] bees
ubi dubium ibi libertas where [there is] doubt, there [is] freedom
ubi jus ibi remedium Where [there is] a right, there [is] a remedy
ubi non accusator ibi non iudex where [there is] no accuser, there [is] no judge
Ubique, quo fas et gloria du*censored* Everywhere, Where Right And Glory Leads
ubi re vera when, in a true thing
ubi solitudinem faciunt pacem appellant They make a desert and call it peace
ubi sunt where are they?
una hirundo non facit ver One Swallow does not make Summer
una salus victis nullam sperare salutem the only safety for the conquered is to hope for no safety
ultimo mense in the last month
ultima ratio last method
ultra vires beyond powers
uno flatu in one breath
unus multorum one of many
Urbi et Orbi To the City and the Circle [of the lands][7]
Urbs in Horto City in a garden
Usus est magister optimus Practice is the best teacher.
ut biberent quoniam esse nollent so that they might drink, since they refused to eat
ut incepit fidelis sic permanet as she began loyal, so she persists
ut desint vires tamen est laudanda voluntas though the power be lacking, the will is to be praised all the same
ut infra as below
ut prosim That I may serve
Ut proverbium loguitur vetus... You know what they say...
ut res magis valeat quam pereat That the matter may have effect rather than fail
ut retro as backwards
ut sit finis litium So there might be an end of litigation
ut supra as above
ut tensio sic vis as the extension, so the force
vade ad formicam go to the ant
vade mecum go with me
vade retro Satana Go back, Satan!
vae victis Woe to the conquered!
Valete, lacerta! See ya later, alligator!
vanitas vanitatum omnia vanitas vanity of vanities; everything [is] vanity
vaticinium ex eventu prophecy from the event
vel non or not
velocius quam asparagi coquantur more rapidly than asparagus will be cooked
veni, vidi, vici I came, I saw, I conquered
veni, vidi, vadi I came, I saw, I went
Venisti remanebis donec denuo compeltus sis From whence you came, you shall remain, until you are complete again
vera causa true cause
verba ita sunt intelligenda ut res magis valeat quam pereat words are to be understood such that the subject matter may be more effective than wasted
verba volant, scripta manent words fly away, writings remain
verbatim et litteratim word for word and letter by letter
Verbi divini minister servant of the divine Word
Verbum Dei Word of God
Verbum Domini Manet in Aeternum The Word of the Lord Endures Forever
Verbum sap [sapienti] A word to the wise
Verbum sat [satienti] A word is enough
veritas truth
Veritas in Caritate Truth Through Caring
veritas odit moras Truth hates delay
veritas omnia vincit Truth defeats all things
veritas unitas caritas Truth, Unity, Love
veritas vos liberabit the truth will set you free
veritate et virtute with truth and courage
veritatem fratribus testari to bear witness to the truth in brotherhood
versus (vs) or (v.) towards
veto I forbid
vi veri universum vivus vici by the power of truth, I, while living, have conquered the universe
via media middle road
vice in place of
vice versa with position turned
victoria aut mors Victory or death!
victoria concordia crescit Victory comes from harmony
victrix causa diis placuit sed victa Catoni the victorious cause pleased the gods, but the conquered cause pleased Cato
vide infra see below
vide supra see above
video meliora proboque deteriora sequor I see and approve of the better things, but I follow the inferior things
video et taceo I see and keep silent
video sed non credo I see it, but I don't believe it
vim promovet insitam promotes one's innate power
videre licet it is permitted to see, one may see
vincere scis Hannibal victoria uti nescis you know [how] to win, Hannibal; you do not know [how] to use victory
vincit qui se vincit he conquers who conquers himself
virtus unita fortior virtue united [is] stronger
virtute et armis by virtue and arms
vis legis power of the law
visio dei Vision of a god
vita ante acta a life done before
vita, dulcedo, spes [Mary our] life, sweetness, hope
vita incerta, mors certissima Life is uncertain, death is most certain
vita summa brevis spem nos vetat incohare longam the shortness of life prevents us from entertaining far-off hopes
viva voce living voice
vivat crescat floreat may it live, grow, and flourish!
Vivat Rex May the King live!
Vive memor leti I live remembering death
Vivere est cogitare To live is to think
Vivere militare est To live is to fight
Vive ut vivas live so that you may live
vocatus atque non vocatus Deus aderit called and not called, God will be present, or called and even not called, God approaches
volenti non fit injuria to one willing, no harm is done or to he who consents, no harm is done
votum separatum separate vow
vox clamantis in deserto the voice of one shouting in the desert (or, traditionally, the voice of one crying in the wilderness)
vox nihili voice of nothing
vox populi voice of the people

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