absit omen--the omen is absent.
abyssus abyssum invocat--the deep calls to the deep.
Acta non verba--Deeds, not Words.
Amor et melle et felle est fecundissimus--Love is rich with both honey and venom.
Auribus teneo lupum--I hold the wolf by the ears.
Ave atque vale--Hail and farewell!
Boni pastoris est tondere pecus non deglubere--It is a good shepherd's job to shear his flock, not to flay them.
Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius.--Kill them. For the Lord knows those who are his. [Supposed statement by Abbot Arnaud Amalric before the massacre of Béziers during the Albigensian Crusade, recorded 30 years later, according to Caesar of Heisterbach.] Neca eos omnes, deus suos agnoscet--Kill them all, God will know his own.
Canis canem edit--Dog eats dog.
Carpe mirum--Seize the wonder.
Carpe deium--Seize the day.
Caveat emptor--Let the buyer beware.
Credo quia absurdum est--I believe it because it is absurd.
Credo quia absurdum--I believe the absurd.
Credo quia incredibile--I believe the incredible.
Dea ac veritati--For the Goddess and Truth
Dis manibus sacrum--Sacred to the divene Manes. [Refers to the Manes, "Good Ones," Roman spirits of the dead. Loosely "To the memory of". A conventional inscription preceding the name of the deceased on pagan grave markings, often shortened to dis manibus. ]
Ex luna scientia--from the moon, knowledge!
Fiat panis--Let ther be bread.
Homo sum humani a me nihil alienum puto--I am a human being; nothing human is strange/irrelevant to me.
IUPPITER OMNIPOTES, AUDACIBUS ANNUE COEPTIS--All-powerful Jupiter favor [my] daring undertakings.
Memento mori--remember death or remember that you are mortal.
Memento vivere--a reminder of life or remember that you are alive.
Mos maiorum--the custom of our ancestors
Nil nisi bonum de mortuis dicere--Speak nothing about the dead, unless it is good.
ophidia in herba--snake in the grass.
ora pro nobis--pray for us
pax maternum, ergo pax familiarum--peace of mothers, thus peace of families.
Quod licet Iovi, non licet bovi--What is premited to Jove (Iove), is not permited to an ox (bovine).
Sum quod eris--I am what you will be.
Tu fui ego eris--I was you, you will be me.
Fui quod sis--I have been what you are.
Ubi mel ibi apes--Where honey, there bees.
Vivat Regina--May the Queen live!
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