Latin Phrases and Quotes
Starting with phrase number 1671

  1. Inimicus Expulsus - Enemy Expelled (Pope Lucius II (1144-1145) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  2. Initio sapientiae timor Domini - The beginning of knowledge is fear of the Lord (Vulgate - Psalm 111, 9)
  3. Iniuriarum remedium est oblivio - The best remedy for injury is to forget
  4. Inmobilis: Tecum hostes debelamus - Undaunted: With the hosts destroyed
  5. Insanabile cacoŽthes scribendi - An incurable vice of writing (Decimus Junius Juvenalis, Satires)
  6. Instaurare omnia in Christo - To restore everything in Christ (Pope Saint Pius X)
  7. Instrumentum vocale - A tool that speaks (Legal term - Refers to slave who did not have an rights)
  8. Intellectum valde ama - Strongly love intelligence (St. Augustine - Epist of Hippo in 120, 3.13: PL 33.459)
  9. Intelligenti pauca - For the intelligent, only a few words (are needed to make him understand)
  10. Intelligo me intelligere - I understand. that I understand (St. Augustine)
  11. Inter arma, silent Leges - When the arms yell, the laws are silent. (Michael Waltzer in his work "Just and Unjust wars" uses it to refer to the cruel reality of the violation of human rights during war conflicts)
  12. Inter Aulas Academia quaere verum - Among the classrooms of the Academy you look for the truth (This is the motto of the National University of Colombia. It is based on a Horaceís verse in reference to the Academy founded by the Greek philosopher Plato in the outskirts of Arenas, in 387 BC)
  13. Inter faeces et urinam nascimur - Between feces and urine we are born (St. Augustine)
  14. Inter nos - Among us
  15. Inter partes - Among the parties involved (Legal term)
  16. Inter poculis - Between cups (Drinking)
  17. Inter prandenbum sit saepe parumque bibendum - While you eat, you should drink often and in small quantities
  18. Inter vivos - Among the living
  19. Interdictio aquae et ignis - Deprivation of water and fire
  20. Interior autem influxus gratiae non est ab aliquo nisi a solo Christo, cuius humanitas ex hoc quod est divinitati coniuncta habet virtutem iustificandi - The outpouring of grace in us all, belongs only to Christ and this sanctifying causality results in the intimate union in Christ and between divinity and humanity (Aquinas, III, Q. 8, a.6)
  21. Interposita persona - An intermediary (Legal term - Sometimes refers to a front man used to disguise an unlawful transaction )
  22. Interpretatio germanica - Interpretation of the Germans
  23. Interpretatio graeca - Interpretation of the Greek
  24. Interpretatio largo sensu - Interpreted in general (Legal term - as opposed to strictu sensu)
  25. Interpretatio romana - Interpretation of the Romans
  26. Interpretatio stricto sensu - Interpreted strictly (Legal term - as opposed to largo sensu)
  27. Intra muros - Within the wall
  28. Introibo ad altare dei - Enter the altar of god (Ecclesiastical term)
  29. Intuitu pecuniae - In response to money (Legal term)
  30. Intuitu personae - In consideration of the person (Legal term)
  31. Intus Nero, foris Cato - Inside a Nero, outside a Cato (There is a difference between what the man appears to be, and who he really is)
  32. Inventa lege, inventa fraude - Made law, made the trap
  33. Inveterata consuetudo et opinio iuris seu necessitatis - Inveterate habit and the opinion or necessity of law (Legal term - Usually - Unwritten Laws and behavior that follows people constantly: conviction of those people that such behavior is mandatory)
  34. Invidia festos dies non agit - Envy does not take days off, or does not save the holidays
  35. Invita Minerva - Despite Minerva
  36. Invito domino - Against the will of the owner (Legal term)
  37. Invitus nemo rem cogitur defendere - Nobody will be forced to defend the object (Legal term - Domitius Ulpianus - Digest 50,17,156 - )
  38. Iovis dies - The day of Jupiter (Thursday)
  39. Iovis erepto fulmine, per inferna vehitur Promethei genus - Lightning taken from Jupiter transpors through hell the race of Prometheus. (Plaque erected at the opening of Subway in Paris)
  40. Ipsa duce - She guides us (Ecclesiastical term - used religiously in reference to the Virgin Mary)
  41. Ipsa natura rei - The very nature of things
  42. Ipsa scientia potestas est - The knowledge itself is power
  43. Ipsa senectus morbus est - Old age itself is a disease (Terence Phormio)
  44. Ipsae caprae memores redeunt in tecta - Even the goats remember their home (Publius Vergilius Maro - Georgics 3 316)
  45. Ipse dixit - He himself said it (Legal Term - Fallacy in which the only proof, are the words of who makes the assertion)
  46. Ipse foedet - The same bad odor
  47. Ipse Venena Bibas - Drink the poison yourself (Ecclesiastical term used for exorcism - Abbreviated as IVB)
  48. Ipso facto - By that very fact (Legal term - Fact that has a Judicial consequence)
  49. Ipso iure - By law (Legal term - As opposed to facts Ipso facto)
  50. Ipsum esse subsistens - Subsistent Being itself (Saint Thomas Aquinas - Philosophical term - Essential definition of God given by the scholastics)
  51. Ira animi lutum vomit - Anger in the heart vomits silt
  52. Ira furor brevis est - Fury is a brief madness
  53. Iracundiam qui vincit, hostem superat maximum - Who controls his anger, defeats his greatest enemy (Publilius Syroi - Your own unleashed anger can cause you many bad consequences, so it is your worst enemy)
  54. Iram qui vincit, hostem superat maximum - Anyone who knows how to suppress anger subjugates its greatest enemy
  55. Irascimini et nolite peccare - Be angry without doing sin (Vulgate - Ephesians 4,26 - Epistle of Santiago)
  56. Is strenue pugnavit - He fought valiantly
  57. Ita diis placuit - That pleased the god
  58. Ita est - This is
  59. Itaque tempus ad utranmque rem decernitur - Thus, time will decide on both (Gaius Sallustius Crispus)
  60. Ite, missa est - Go, the Mass ended
  61. Itego arcana dei - I hide the secrets of God
  62. Iter ad deum - God made the way (Name of a religious sect)
  63. Iter criminis - Path of crime (Legal term)
  64. Iter unius diei - Journey of one day
  65. Itineraium mentis ad veritatem - The journey of the mind in search of the truth (Motto of the University of the Frontier in Temuco, Chile )
  66. Iucunditas Crucis - Joy of the Cross (Pope Innocent X (1644-1655) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  67. Iudex damnatur ubi nocens absolvitur - The judge is condemned when the guilty is acquitted (Publius Sirus)
  68. Iulia Pompeio nupsit - Julia married Pompey (Things people do to please their father - Julia was the daughter of Julius Caesar and married Pompey so his father could form a strong political alliance with him)
  69. Iuncti sed non uncti - Together, but not scrambled (Motto of the acrobatic patrol the Spanish Air Force)
  70. Iupiter Stator - Jupiter standing (name of statue of the god Jupiter, whom the Romans invoked to protect them from the Sabines)
  71. Iura et munera - Rights and obligations (legal term)
  72. Iura Novit Curia - The court called the law (Legal term, often used to say that judges know the law and result)
  73. Iura privata - Civil rights (legal term)
  74. Iura publica - Political rights (Legal term)
  75. Iurare in verba magistri - Swear by the words of the master

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