Latin phrases about love
Starting with phrase number 101

  1. Si vis amari ama - I you want to be loved, love (Ecclesiastical term - St. Augustine)
  2. Si vis, amaris ama - If you wish to be loved, love (This is often attributed to the Roman philosopher Seneca, found in the sixth of his letters to Lucilius. - Thank you: Han)
  3. Simile illi diliges proximum tuum tamquam te ipsum - Love your neighbor as yourself (Vulgate - Matthew 5: 39 - Said by Jesus Christ)
  4. Sine Cerere et Libero friget Venus - Without Ceres and Bacchus, Venus is cold (Ceres godess of agriculture and beer, Bacchus, god of wine, Venus, godess of love)
  5. Sub rosae amo te - I love you under the roses (I love you in silence)
  6. Tempus fugit amor manet - Time flees, but love stays
  7. Tibi vendita tibi cor ad mihi, et mihi numquid qui custodiant eam saecula saeculorum - You sold your heart unto me (A lover's heart is sold forever to the loved - Thank you: Laurel Crowned )
  8. Tu infunde amorem cordibus - Your love inflames the heart
  9. Tu mihi sola places - Only you make me happy (Love phrase)
  10. Ubi amor, ibi oculus - Where there is love, there is sight (St. Thomas Aquinas - Commentary on the Sentences 3 d. 35, I, 21. - True love is not blind)
  11. Ubi caritas et amor Ibi deus est - Where there is charity and love, there is God (Gregorian chant and Motto of pilgrims)
  12. Ubi charitas et amor, Deus ibi est - Where charity and love, there is God (Antiphon ad Mandatum, Holy Thursday)
  13. Unanimi sumus - A single soul we are (Love phrase)
  14. Ut placeas debes immemor esse tui - To please, you must forget yourself (Love phrase)
  15. Utrum amor sit idem quod dilectio - If love is the same as dilection (Thomas Aquinas - Summa Theologica)
  16. Utrum amor sit passio - If love is a passion (Thomas Aquinas - Summa Theologica)
  17. Verus amor nullum novit habere modum - True love knows no bounds
  18. Vide Cor Meum - Look at my heart (Love phrase)
  19. Vidi ego qui durum possit frenare leonem; Vidi qui solus corda domaret: Amor. - I saw that is hard to stop a lion; I saw that only one thing can subdue the heart: Love (Philosophical term)
  20. Virtus non est nisi diligere quod diligendum est - Virtue is nothing but loving what ought to be loved. (It is one of the sharpest definitions of christian ethics. It can be found in Augustine´s Epistle 155, c.13,)
  21. Volo amare quam pugnare - I prefer to love than to fight
  22. Volo ut Sis - I want it to be you (Love phrase)

Total: 122
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