Latin Phrases and Quotes

  1. Lupi Reali - Royal Wolves
  2. Lupus et agnus ad eundem rivum veverant - The wolf and the lamb going to the same river to drink (The enemy can be found in the most unexpected places)
  3. Lupus in aquam potant - The wolf drinks in the wate
  4. Lusitania tessera omni armatura fortior - Lusitania with his banner can do more than all the armors (Motto of RCLAC (Cavalry Regiment of Light Cuirers) Lusitania 8)
  5. Lux et Veritas - Light and Truth (Motto of the University of Yale)
  6. Lux Fulget in aqua - The light shines in the water
  7. Lux in Ostio - A Light in the Entrance (Pope Lucius III (1181-1185) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  8. Lux Lucis Humaninate - Light of lights for Humanity
  9. Lux Mundi - World light (Motto and the name of "Lux Mundi College" located in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)
  10. Lux, Pax, Vis - Light, Peace, Force (Motto of the Normal School "Miguel F. Martínez" Centenaria and Benemérita)
  11. Lux, Veritas et Virtus - Light, Truth and virtu
  12. Macte nova virtute puer: sic itur ad astra - Look to your new-found courage, young man, for that is the way to the stars! (Aphorism taken from Virgil’s Aeneid . Is now used to emphasize the willingness to fight and put effort in difficult situations. The last part (Sic itur ad astra) contained in the shield of the Colombian Air Force)
  13. Maestitiam pellere exanimis - Spirit away from the sadness
  14. Magister dixit - The teacher said i
  15. Magister equitum - Head of knighthood
  16. Magister in Artibus - MA - Master of Arts (University Degree - abbreviated as MA)
  17. Magister in Negotiis Administrandis - Master of Business Administration (University Degree - MBA)
  18. Magister in Scientiis - Master of Science (University Degree - Abbreviated as MSC)
  19. Magister militum - Head of soldiers
  20. Magister Mundi sum - I am the master of the worl
  21. Magister officiorum - Head office
  22. Magna Cum Laude - With Great Praise (Academic term - Used on degree certificates to indicate exceptional academic standing)
  23. Magna veritas est - The truth is grea
  24. Magnificat anima mea Dominum et exsultavit spiritus meus in Deo salutari meo - My soul magnifies the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior (Luke 1, 46-47)
  25. Magnis itineribus - Forced marches (Military phrase)
  26. Magno dedo cordi, erit tibi hoc - Deliver your heart magnificently, this will succeed
  27. Magnopere patrem diligebat quamquam eum numquam viderat - He loved his father, although he had never seen hi
  28. Magnum nomen est magna species magna dignitas magna maiestas consulis - It's big name, famous appearance, high dignity, pride of the consul's greatness (Cicero - Calpvrnivm Pisonem Oratio, XI)
  29. Magnum opus - Masterpiece
  30. Magnum vectigal est parsinomia - The economy is a major income (Cicero. The context of the sentence reads: "On immortal gods, men do not understand that a great source of wealth is the economy.)
  31. Maior singulis, universis minor - Greater than One, Less than All (Legal term - Aristotle’s phrase that refers to the person who is the ruler )
  32. Maior sum quam qui mancipium sim corporis mei - I'm too big to be a slave of my body (Philosophical term put forward as the antithesis of the old Socratic thesis that said: The body is the prison of the soul.) )
  33. Maiora pluraque in vita facienda sunt quam vivere - There are more and greater things to do in life than live { Thank you: Eugene }
  34. Maiores aliud ius gentium, aliud ius civile esse voluerunt - The elders wanted one thing to be right of nations, the other thing to be the civil law (Legal term)
  35. Mala digestio, nulla felicitas - Bad digestion, no happiness (Sentence that warns about excess eating.)
  36. Mala grammaticam non vitiat chartam - The misspellings or bad grammar do not invalidate a document (It means that if legible, it is valid)
  37. Mala sine cortica bona, cum cortica meliora - Apples are good without skin, but with skin there bette
  38. Malo mori quam foedari - I'd rather die than get dirty (be disgraced) (Motto of the Vega family)
  39. Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium - I prefer freedom with danger, than slavery with security
  40. Malum consilium quod mutari non potest - A bad decision is one that can not be changed (Publius Sirus)
  41. Malum quidem nullum esse sine aliquo bono - There is no bad that will not come with good (Pliny the Elder in Naturalis Historia )
  42. Mancipatio - Formal legal act (Legal term - referring to particular things that can emancipate (mancipi) There are those also unable emancipate (nec mancipi) )
  43. Manduco me flumen de vobis - How I laugh at you (Macaronic Latin)
  44. Mane vobiscum domine - Stay with us, lor
  45. Mantua me genuit; Calabri rapuere; tenet nunc
    Parthenope; Cecini pascua, rura, duces
    Mantua gave me birth; Calabrian took me away
    ( Today they have me) Partenope holds me. I sang of pastures, farms, leaders
    (Virgil epitaph)
  46. Manu militari - With a military hand (Diplomatic Term - Using weapons instead of agreements, alliances or dialogue)
  47. Manumissio - Emancipation (Legal term - In Rome, act provision under which the slave is free and citizen)
  48. Manus manum lavat - One hand washes the othe
  49. Mare magnum - Large Sea
  50. Mare Nostrum - Our Sea (Refers to the Mediterranean Sea)
  51. Maremagnum - Big stormy sea, (Diplomatic Term - Refers to any issue that is complicated, tangled, confusing or that involves many people to assess it)
  52. Mariae, nunquam satis - Mary, never enough (Bernardus Clairval)
  53. Marito non licet nocere propriam uxorem - The husband does not have the right to harm his own wife (Legal term)
  54. Martis dies - The day of Mars (Tuesday)
  55. Mater dei, memento, memento mei - Mother of God, remember, remember m
  56. Mater et magistra - Mother and teacher (Latin Vulgate Bible - Encyclical of John XXIII)
  57. Mater semper certa, pater coud nuptias demonstram - The mother is always known, the father is known through marriage (Roman proverb that establishes the presumption of paternity of the husband)
  58. Mater tua mala burra est - Your mother eats red apples (In Spanish it could be interpreted as an insult, but it is not)
  59. Matrum ornamenta liberi sunt - The children are their mother adornment.
  60. Matter tua malla burra est - Your mother likes apple. (Thank you: José Guimarães - São Paulo - Brazil)
  61. Maxima debetur puero reverentia - A child is owed the greatest respect (Decimus Junius Juvenalis)
  62. Me fallit - I was foole
  63. Mea culpa - My fault (Ecclesiastical term - Is always in a context of recognizing something wrong, apologizing, etc. For example "I confess I am a sinner")
  64. Mea mihi conscientia pluris est quam omnium sermo - My conscience is more important to me than any speech (Cicero)
  65. Medice curate ipsum - Medic, cure yourself (It is used when someone gives advice that does not apply to your life)
  66. Medici graviores morbos asperis remediis curant - The doctors cured with harsh remedies (Fifth Curcio, Roman historian s. I, author of Life of Alexander the Great)
  67. Medicinae Doctoris - Medicine Doctor (University Degree - abbreviated as MD)
  68. Meditationes de cognitione, veritate et ideis - Reflections on the knowledge, truth and ideas (Work of Leibniz)
  69. Medium Corpus Pilarum - Half Body of the Balls (Pope Gregory XIII (1572-1585) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  70. Melior est in inferno regnare quam in coelo servire - It is better to reign in hell, than to serve in heaven (John Milton)
  71. Melioribus annis - In better times
  72. Melius est flerisse quam flere - It is better to have cried, than to cry
  73. Melius est habere quam habuisse - It is better to have, than to have ha
  74. Mellita domi adsum - Honey, I'm hom
  75. Memento homo, quia pulvis eris et in pulverem reverteris - Remember man, that you are dust and to dust you return (Ecclesiastical term - Used in the ceremony of the imposition of Ash Wednesday - Latin Vulgate Bible, Genesis 3.19)

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