Latin Quotes

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Veritas vos liberabit - Hopkins University.
Literal Translation - Truth will free you

dimidium facti qui coepit habet - Horace
Literal Translation - He who has begun has the work half done

abnormis sapiens - Horace
Literal Translation - A natural born philosopher
Latin Quotes
Latin Quotes

dum loquimor fugerit invida aetas - Horace
Literal Translation - Even as we speak, time speeds swiftly away

ad astra per aspera - Kansas State
Literal Translation - To the stars through difficulties

credula res amore est - Ovid
Literal Translation - Love is a credulous thing

dum loquor, hora fugit - Ovid
Literal Translation - Time is flying while I speak

adde parvum parvo magnus acervus erit - Ovid
Literal Translation - Add a little to a little and there will be a great heap

bonis nocet quisqus malis perpercit - Publius Syrus
Literal Translation - Whoever spares the bad injures the good

bonis quod bene fit haud perit - Plautus
Literal Translation - Whatever is done for good men is never done in vain

bono vinci satius est quam almo more iniuriam vincere - Sallust
Literal Translation - A good man would rather suffer defeat than defeat another by foul means

dum spiro, spero - South Carolina
Literal Translation - While I breathe, I hope

amantes sunt amentes - Terence
Literal Translation - Lovers are lunatics

amantium irae amoris integratio est - Terence
Literal Translation - A lovers' quarrel renews love

corpora lente augescent cito extinguuntur - Tacitus
Literal Translation - Bodies grow slowly and die quickly

amor vincit omnia - Virgil
Literal Translation - Love conquers all things

Artes, scientia, veritas - University of Michigan
Literal Translation - The arts, knowledge, truth.

Concordia cum veritate - University of Waterloo
Literal Translation - In harmony with truth

Veritas Omnia Vincit - University of Waterloo
Literal Translation - Truth conquers all

Veritas et Utilitas - University of Western Ontario
Literal Translation - Truth and usefulness

Lux et veritas - Yale University
Literal Translation - Light and truth

Quotes by Anonymous Latin Authors

brevis ipsa vita est sed malis fit longior
Literal Translation - Life is short but misfortunes make it longer

ex ore parvulorum veritas
Literal Translation - Out of the mouth of little children [comes] truth

suppressio veri
Literal Translation - The suppression of the truth

celeritas et veritas
Literal Translation - Promptness and truth

veritas vos liberabit
Literal Translation - The truth shall make you free

ficta voluptatis causa sint proxima veris
Literal Translation - In order to please, fictions should approximate the truth

in vino veritas
Literal Translation - There is truth in wine
i.e., Truth is told by the one who is drunk

ad augusta per angusta
Literal Translation - To honour through difficulties

ancilla theologiae
Literal Translation - The handmaid of theology (i.e., philosophy)

disce pati
Literal Translation - Learn to endure

dum vita est spes est
Literal Translation - While there's life, there's hope

fiat justitia
Literal Translation - let justice be done

fiat justitia, ruat caelum
Literal Translation - let justice be done, even though the heavens fall

fictio cedit veritati
Literal Translation - Fiction yields to the truth

amabit sapiens, cupient caeteri
Literal Translation - Wise men love, others are mere lechers

amare et saper vix deo conceditur
Literal Translation - Even a god finds it difficult to love and to be wise at the same time

fides et veritas
Literal Translation - faith and truth

Source: Ohohand
 
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