Latin Phrases and Quotes
Starting with phrase number 2126

  1. Mens divinior - Poetic mind
  2. Mens et cor homo est - The man is mind and heart (Vicente Garcia L - the man is not just body and mind only, but both together)
  3. Mens legis - Will of the legislature (Legal term)
  4. Mens Rea - Guilty mind (Legal term which is used in common law, it comes from the Latin phrase, "actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea", which means "the act will not make a person guilty, unless the mind is also guilty ".)
  5. Mens sana in corpore sano - Healthy mind, healthy body (Decimus Junius Juvenalis)
  6. Mente captus - Lack of intelligence
  7. Menti da lucem manibus artem - Light in the mind, art in the hands (Motto of the Faculty of Medicine of the Autonomous University of Chihuahua, Mexico)
  8. Meos tam suspicione quam crimine iudico carere oportere - My people should never be suspected of breaking the law (Sentence of Julius Caesar, after divorcing Pompeii in 62 BC)
  9. Mercurii dies - The day of Mercury (Wednesday)
  10. Meus patiens mereo mereor meus optimus - My Patients deserve my best. (Thank you: Edward L Terrell, MD )
  11. Meus ultionis is est meus iustitia - My revenge is my righteousness
  12. Mihi non persuadebis etiamsi cupias - You will not be able to persuade me, no matter how much you want it
  13. Mihi non persuasisset etiamsi cupivisset - You would not been able to persuade me, even if you want it
  14. Mihi quaerit cuius domus esset - My question is, who’s house is it?
  15. Mihi quaestio factus sum - I have become a question to myself (St. Augustine - Confessions X, 33, 50)
  16. Mihi vindicta: ego retribuam, dicit Dominus - Vengeance is mine, I will retribution, says the Lord (Vulgate - extract of the Epistle of Saint Paul to the Romans chapter 12 verse 19. Paul here quotes a verse from the book of Deuteronomy Chap. 32 verse 35 Mea est ultio, et ego retribuam in tempore, in quo labetur pes eorum! Iuxta est dies perditionis, et adesse festinat sors eorum. Vengeance is Mine, and retribution, In due time their foot will slip; For the day of their calamity is near, And the impending things are hastening upon them)
  17. Mihi vivere Christus est - My life is Christ
  18. Miles emeritus - Retired soldier (Soldiers of the ancient Rome. Under the Republic, the retired soldier received a lot of land, usually in a colony)
  19. Miles ignote qui fortiter pro aris et focis invictus occubuisti, tibi parens patria illacrimans hoce monumentum dicat devovet peramanter adsumus, adsumus, adsumus miles ignote - Unknown Soldier, who fell bravely fighting undefeated by the altar and the home: with tears in her eyes and endearing love your motherland dedicates and consecrates this monument to you. Present, present, present, Unknown Soldier! (Dedication - Monument to the Unknown Soldier)
  20. Miles in Bello - Soldier in War (Benedict XIII (1724–1730) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - There is no association with his coat of arms, name or birth place)
  21. Militia est vita hominis super Terram - The life of man on earth is to work (Vulgate - Book of Job 7, 1)
  22. Militiae domus, inclyta fonsque sofiae - House of the militia and invincible source of wisdom (Motto of the city of Cordoba)
  23. Mille ambulat oculis - Come with a thousand eyes (Motto of squadron 123 of recognition of the Spanish Air Force. Phrase with double meaning, taking into account the work of recognition. On one hand it means to observe everything, and another walk with care)
  24. Minari mortem alicui - Threatening death to someone - (Legal term)
  25. Mingere cum bombis, res est gratissima lumbis - Peeing with a fart, is good for your ass
  26. Minima de malis - The lesser evil (Cicero - if you have choose, pick the lesser of two evils)
  27. Minima est capitis deminutio, cum et civitas et libertas retinetur, sed status hominis commutatur - The reduction of rights is minimal when freedom and citizenship is maintained while changing the legal status of the person (Legal term in ancient Rome)
  28. Minime senuisti! - You have not age
  29. Ministerium iustitiae - Ministry of Justice
  30. Minor sive media est capitis deminutio, cum civitas amittitur,libertas retinetur - A decrease in rights is when a person loses citizenship without loosing freedom (Legal term in ancient Rome)
  31. Mirabile dictu - Wonderful story
  32. Mirabile visu - Admirable thing to see
  33. Mirabilis cena - Strange dinner
  34. Miracula non sunt multiplicanda sine necesitate - Miracles are not duplicated, with out a necessity
  35. Mirari solebam istum in his ipsis rebus aliquem sensum habere - I was amazed that he had any sense in these very matters (Cicero)
  36. Mirum somnium somniavi - I dreamed a wonderful dream
  37. Misa de requiem - Masses of dead (Ecclesiastical term)
  38. Misae solemnes - Solemn masses (Ecclesiastical term )
  39. Miscere falsa veris, vinum aqua - To mix the false with the true, the wine with water. (To say half-truths)
  40. Mixti fori - Mixed court (Ecclesiastical and secular)
  41. Mobilis in mobile - Moving in the moving environment (Motto of Nautilus, Captain Nemo's ship)
  42. Modicae fidei, quare dubitasti? - Man of little faith, why do you hesitate? (Vulgate - Said by Jesus Christ - Matthew 14, 33 - Jesus is mad with Peter’s refusal to walk on water)
  43. Modos et cunctarum rerum mensuras audebo - I dare to give the methods and measures of all things (Academic term - Motto of the Engineering school fo the San Luis Potosi University in Mexico)
  44. Modus faciendi - The manner of doing (Legal term)
  45. Modus operandi - Mode of operation (Legal term - Referring the manner a criminal commits a crime - Abbreviated as MO)
  46. Modus ponendo ponens / Modus ponens - Mode that affirms by affirming (Philosophical term - Way of logical deduction: the union of two premises such as "If it rains, we will go to the beach" and "It rains". By combining these two by Modus Ponens, it can be concluded that: "We will go to the beach")
  47. Modus ponendo tollens - Mode which affirms by denying (Philosophical term)
  48. Modus tollendo ponens - Mode which denies by affirming (Philosophical term)
  49. Modus tollendo tollens - Mode which denies by denying (Philosophical term)
  50. Modus vivendi - Way of life (Legal term - Especially criminals)
  51. Mondi nuovi - New worlds
  52. Monitos etiam atque etiam volo - I want to warn again and again (Cicero - Second Catilinaria)
  53. Montani Semper Liber - Mountain always free (Motto Bucaramanga, Colombia)
  54. Montium Custos - Guardian of the Hills (Pope Alexander VII (1655-1667) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - His family coat of arm featured six hills and a star above them)
  55. Mora creditoris - Noncompliance attributable to the creditor (Legal term)
  56. More maiorum - According to the custom of the ancestors (Legal term)
  57. Mores maiorum consuetudo - The custom of the ancestors (Legal term about the source of formal Roman law)
  58. Mores sunt tacitus consensus populi longa consuetudine inveteratus - The customs are tacit agreements made by the consensus of the people over a long interval - (Legal term Domitius Ulpianus)
  59. Mors certa sed hora incerta - Death is certain, but the time is uncertain
  60. Mors certa, vita incerta - Death is certain, life uncertain.
  61. Mors est quies viatoris, finis est omnis laboris - Death is the rest of the traveler, the end of all the work (Quoted by Umberto Eco The Name of the Rose )
  62. Mors faciet ne sim - The death makes non-existence (Seneca)
  63. Mors Omnia Aequat - Mors equals us all (Phrase in the frontispiece of the Guadalupe cemetery in Leon, Nicaragua)
  64. Mors tantum pro certo habet victoriam ut primas nobis tribuit aetatem - The death is so sure of winning, it gives you full life of advantag
  65. Mors ultima linea rerum est - Death is the ultimate limit
  66. Mors ultima ratio - The death is the ultimate reason
  67. Morsus serpentum, non laedit sepentes, homo homini lupus - The bite of the snake, does not harm the snake, man to man is a wolf
  68. Mortis Causa - Cause of the Death (Legal term)
  69. Mortis nihil est. Sed vivere victus, sine gloria, uti morior quotidie est - Death is nothing. But to live up with no glory, is like dying every day
  70. Mortui non mordent - The dead do not bit
  71. Mortui viventes docent - The dead teach the living (Motto written on the front door of the autopsy room)
  72. Mortus est qui non resollat et non patalare potest - Dead is the one who cannot not gasp or kick
  73. Morum dissimilitudo dissociat amicitias - The difference in customs separate friends (Cicero)
  74. Mos maiorum ut lex valet - The customs of the ancestors have the force of law (Legal term)
  75. Motu proprio - By his own will (Legal term - No one told the accused what to do)

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