Latin Phrases and Quotes
Starting with phrase number 1021

  1. Eadem causa pretendi - The case alleges (Legal term)
  2. Eadem conditio personarum - The condition of the people (Legal Term)
  3. Eadem mutata resurgo - Eadem resurgo mutata - Although changed, I will resurge (Philosophical term - Epitaph of Jakob Bernoulli)
  4. Ecce Ancilla Domini. Fiat mihi secundum Verbum tuum - Behold the Lord's slave. Let it happen according to your word.
  5. Ecce Deus fortior me, veniens dominabitur mihi - Behold a god stronger than I, who coming shall rule over me
  6. Ecce garum est - Behold garum (Philosophical term -. Phrase coined by the poet Martial (VII, 94), referring to the foul breath that people who ate garum had. Garum was a fish sauce served at the tables of high society Imperial Rome. Made with remains of fish, it was salted and left to ferment in large vats exposed to sunlight. Just like some perfumes, it came to demand high prices, as much as 500 silver coins for one liter of this sauce)
  7. Ecce homo! - 'Behold the man!' (Vulgate - John 19,5 - Said by Pontius Pilate during the trial of Jesus - Used by many artist to depict the scene)
  8. Ecce lignum crucis, in quo salus mundi pependit - This is the wood of the cross on which hung the Saviour of the world (Ecclesiastical term)
  9. Ecce procul ternis Hecate variata figuris - Behold the three shapes of Hecate (Ovid - In Greek mythology, Hecate is represented as a triad, because they believed that she reigned over three domains: the earth, the sea and the sky)
  10. Ecce, quid iste tuus praeter nova carmina vates donat amatoris? Multa milia legis - Behold, is this your lover poet who gives nothing but new verses? You will need to read thousands more. (Ovid - "Amores")
  11. Ecce tibi qui rex populi romani es se concupiverit - Behold the one who pretended to be the ruler of the Roman people (Cicero)
  12. Ecce Venio - Here I come
  13. Ecclesia abhorret a sanguinem - The church abhors bloodshed (Said by the inquisitors as they burned their victims)
  14. Ecclesiae - By demand of the Church
  15. Eccum hac - Behold this
  16. Edict - Edict (Legal Term - Formal Opinion delivered by an authority)
  17. Edite et bibite, post mortem nulla voluptas - Eat and drink, after death there is nothing to do
  18. Edite iam coctus - Eat, it is cooked (Saint Lawrence as he was being burned)
  19. Editio princeps - First editio
  20. Educare et Ministrare - Educate and Serve (Motto of the Columbus University in Veracruz, Mexico)
  21. Ego amo te - I love you
  22. Ego autem dico vobis: Diligite inimicos vestros - But I say to you, love your enemies (Vulgate - Matthew 5,44)
  23. Ego idem sum - I am the same man
  24. Ego illud adsentior Theophrasto - I agree on this with Theophrastus (Cicero - De Oratore Libro III, p 184)
  25. Ego manent in te - I am permanently in you
  26. Ego qui te diligam tamen hoc unum concedere non possum - Although I love you, I cannot convince you of it
  27. Ego quidem credo me debere Domino hoc obsequium latrandi contra philosophiam et suadendi ad Sacram Scriptura - I feel compelled to give the Lord this service barking against philosophy and exhorting to the study of Holy Scripture (Luther - says that the study of philosophy is not useful or necessary to study the Scripture)
  28. Ego reges eieci vos tyrannos introducitis - I have banished kings, you introduce tyrant
  29. Ego sum Alpha et Omega - I am alpha and omega (Said by Jesus Christ - Vulgate - John, Apocalypses 1,8 - I am the beginning and the end - Alpha is the first letter of the Greek alphabet, Omega is the last)
  30. Ego sum lux mundi - I am the light of the world (Said by Jesus Christ - Vulgate - John 8,12)
  31. Ego sum Pastor bonus - I am the good shepherd (Ecclesiastical term)
  32. Ego sum qui sum - I am who I am (Vulgate - Exodus 3,14 - God explaining who He is to Moses)
  33. Ego sum rex Romanus et super grammaticam - I am the Roman king and am above the grammarians (Sigismund I)
  34. Ego sum via, veritas et vita - I am the way, the truth and Life (Vulgate - John 14,6 - Said by Jesus Christ)
  35. Ego te absolvo - I absolve (Ecclesiastical term)
  36. Ego tibi semper gratus ero - I will always be pleasant to you
  37. Egregie dicta circa eundem sensum tria - Three egregious said on the same subject (Cicero - De senectute)
  38. Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat - The burden of proof rests on who asserts, not on who denies (Legal term - Julius Paulus Digest 22,3,2)
  39. Eis qui sine peccato est vestrum primus in illam lapidem mittat - He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her (Vulgate - John 8, 7 - Said by Jesus Christ)
  40. Eius in obitu nostro prae muniamur - So His presence protect us at the time of death (Ecclesiastical term - Motto written on the cross of San Benito Abad)
  41. Eiusdem farinae - Of the same flour (Birds of a feather)
  42. Electa una via, non datur recursus ad aliam - Once you pick a way, it is not wise to go to another (Don't change horses in the middle of a race)
  43. Elementis regamus proelium - Let us rule the battle by means of the elements ( Thank you: James )
  44. Emeritus - By merit (Someone who has honorably served his/her time)
  45. Emitte lucem et veritatem - Emit light and truth (Motto of Kendall College in Evanston, IL)
  46. Emptio spei - Sale of hope
  47. Emptio venditio - Contract of sale (Legal term)
  48. Ense et aratro - With sword and plow. (Soldier and farmer)
  49. Ensis Laurentii - The Sword of Laurence (Pope Gregory VIII (1187) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  50. Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem - Entities should not be multiplied beyond necessity (William of Ockham, 1280-1349 - One of the principles in Occam's Razor)
  51. Eo ipso - By that fact itself (Philosophical term - By that fact alone)
  52. Epicuri de grege porcus - Pig of Epicurus's herd (Material pleasures)
  53. Episcopus in partibus - Bishop in part (Ecclesiastical term - Titular Bishop who does not have jurisdiction)
  54. Epistola excusatoria - A letter of excuse (Legal term)
  55. Epistula non erubescit - A letter does not blush (Cicero - Love letter or letter of apology)
  56. Epphetha, epphetha - Open yourself, open yourself (Ecclesiastical term - It is an Aramaic word meaning open yourself, which was spoken by Jesus to heal a deaf priest - Vulgate, Mark 7, 34)
  57. Equi dentes inspicere donati - Do not examine the teeth of a gift horse (Do not look a gift horse at the mouth - The teeth provide a good indication of the horse's age and health - Accept gifts as they are)
  58. Equo ne credite, Teucri. Quidquid id est, timeo Danaos et dona ferentes - Do not trust the Horse, Trojans. Whatever it is, I fear the Greeks even bearing gifts. (Virgil - Aeneid)
  59. Era Christiana - Christian Era (Often abbreviated as EC)
  60. Eram quod es, eris quod sum - I was what you are, you will be what I am (Horace, Carmina XI - Engraved in Gravestones)
  61. Erat hiems summa - It was the very depth of winter (Cicero - In Verrem II)
  62. Erga omnes - In front of all (Legal term)
  63. Ergo - Therefore (Philosophical term used in logic)
  64. Ergo breue praeceptum tibi praecipitur, dilige, et quod uis fac: siue taceas, dilectione taceas; siue clames, dilectione clames; siue emendes, dilectione emendes; siue parcas, dilectione parcas: radix sit intus dilectionis, non potest de ista radice nisi bonum existere - Therefore, a short precept: Love and do what you want; if you shut up, do it for love; if you scream, also do it for love; if you correct, also for love; If you abstain, do it for love. Let the root of love be within you and let nothing can come out unless it is good (St. Augustine - Love and do what you want - Homily VII, paragraph 8)
  65. Ergo glu capiuntur aves - Therefore birds are caught with glue
  66. Eritis sicut dii - You shall be as gods (Ecclesiastical term - Words that the serpent directs to Eve in paradise, to invite her to eat the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil - Vulgate - Genesis 3,5 )
  67. Errando, corrigitur error - Making a mistake, you fix the error (You learn by your mistakes)
  68. Errare humanum est, perseverare diabolicum - To err is human, to persist in it, is diabolical (Seneca)
  69. Errare humanum est sed in errore perseverare dementia - To err is human, but to insist on the error is crazy
  70. Errata - Error (Grammatical term - Refers to corrections added after the book is published)
  71. Error communis facit ius - The law creates a common mistake. (Legal term)
  72. Error in iudicando - Judicial Error (Legal term)
  73. Error in procedendo - Error in the proceedings (Legal term)
  74. Erudio Procul Imperium - I educate the empire from afar. (Philosophical term)
  75. Esse est percipi - To be is to be perceived (Philosophical term - Principle developed by the Irish philosopher George Berkeley (1685-1753)

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