Latin Phrases and Quotes
Starting with phrase number 2126

  1. Multi autem sunt vocati pauci vero electi - Many are called but few chosen (Vulgate, Matthew 22,14 - Said by Jesus Christ)
  2. Multis e gentibus vires - From many people, strength (Motto of Saskatchewan, Canada)
  3. Multo autem ad rem magis pertinet quallis tibi vide aris quam allis - It is much more important what you think of yourself, than what others think of you (Seneca)
  4. Multum in parvo - Much in little
  5. Multum, non multa - Much, not many (Quality before quantity)
  6. Mundus appellatur caelum, terra, mare et aer - The world is called to heaven, earth, sea and air (Septimivs phrase Tertvlianvs Florens)
  7. Mundus est omnia natura rerum conceptio summa, caelumque sideribus conformatum - The world is in an all-encompassing concept, all things in nature and the sky formed by the stars (Marcvs Vitrubivs Pollio in the book "De Architectura")
  8. Mundus nihil pulcherrimum - The world is a beautiful thing (Giordano Bruno said this before being burned at a stake)
  9. Mundus vult decipi, ergo decipiatur - The world wants to be deceived because it is (Francesco Petrarca, Italian poet 1304-1374)
  10. Munera census - Census obligation (obligation to regularly register in the census in ancient Rome)
  11. Munera militia - Military obligation (Obligation to serve in the army during in ancient Rome )
  12. Munera tributum - Tribute oblication (Obligation to pay taxes in ancient Rome)
  13. Munificentissimus Deus - The most bountiful God (Ecclesiastical term - Apostolic Constitution of Pope Pius XII) )
  14. Munimentum ex monumento - After the palace is the monument
  15. Munus palpandus oios videndus - Touching with hands and seeing with eyes (Philosophical term - Expression of St. Thomas - when Christ was resurrected he was not present. When Jesus later appeared, St. Thomas said he did not believe he resurrected unless he puts his fingers in Jesus' wound)
  16. Musae poetis gloriam dant - Muses give glory to the poets.
  17. Mutatis mutandis - With the necessary changes (Legal term - This term applies to something that is simply comparative, used to give an example. When applying the law, just "change what you need to be changed")
  18. Mutato nomine - Changing the name
  19. Mysterium fidei - The mystery of faith (Encyclical written by Pablo VI)
  20. Nam cum iudicatur rem meam esse, simul iudicatur illius non esse - When it is judged that the object is mine, it is judged that it belongs to nobody else (Legal term - Domitius Ulpianus - Digest 3,3,40,2)
  21. Nam et ipsa scientia potestas es - Science is power (Sir Francis Bacon, English lawyer 1561-1626)
  22. Nam semper in civitate quibus opes nullae sunt bonis invident - Well, in the city those who have nothing always envy the good
  23. Nam si violandum est ius, regnandi gratia Violandum est: allis rebus pietaten colas - If there is a right to violate, violate everything to reign, but respect everything else (Legal term)
  24. Nam, ut eleganter Celsus definit, ius est ars boni et aequi - As Celso elegantly defined it, the law is the art of good and fair (Legal term - Domitius Ulpianus - The phrase "Ius est ars boni et Aequi" belongs to Celso’s son - Ulpianus Digest Domitius collected 1,1,1)
  25. Nasciturus - Who will be born (It refers to the person who is not yet born, but who has been conceived and will be born when after pregnancy)
  26. Nascuntur poetas, fiunt oratores - Poets are born, the politicians are made
  27. Natura abhorret vacuum - Nature abhors a vacuum
  28. Natura duce, errare nullo pacto potest - When nature guides us, there is no way to make a mistake (Philosophical term - The goodness of nature)
  29. Natura humana aevi brevis est - Human nature is feeble, and of a short existence
  30. Natura ingenium disecta cadavera pandit; plus quan vitae more taciturna docet - The cadaver dissection demonstrates the wisdom of nature; more talkative than life, teaches us the taciturn death (Motto of Pedro Virgili, first director of the Military Medical College in Cadiz, Spain)
  31. Natura naturans - Nature naturing (Philosophic Term - Baruch Spinoza - Nature is becoming wilder, as opposed to Nature naturata or Nature is maturing)
  32. Natura naturata - Mature maturing (Philosophic Term - Nature is maturing, as opposed to Nature naturans or Nature is becoming wilder)
  33. Natura non facit saltus - Nature does not make leaps
  34. Natura sanat, medicus curat - The physician treats, nature cure
  35. Naturae rationalis individua substantia - Individual substance of a rational nature (Scholastic definition of "person")
  36. Naturalis Ratio - Natural Reason (Legal term)
  37. Naturam Subiecit Aliis - Nature subjugated to our allies (or subjugate the forces of nature for the benefit of the humanity - Motto of the School of Engineering of the Autonomous University of Chihuahua (UACH) in Mexico)
  38. Nauta de Ponte Nigro (Sailor From the Black Bridge (Pope Gregory XII (1406 - 1415) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  39. Navigare necesse; vivere non est necesse - Sailing is necessary, to live is not necessary (Pompey the Great(106 - 48 BC) directed this phrase to some sailors)
  40. Ne avertas oculos a fulgure huius sideris si non vis obrui procellis - Do not take your eyes from the brightness of this star, if you do not want to be annihilated by the stor
  41. Ne cede malis - Do not yield to evi
  42. Ne laterum laves - Do not waste your bricks (Terence catchphrase, which directly translates to "Do not waste your time")
  43. Ne perdiderit, non cessat perdere lusor - To avoid loosing, the player does not cease playing
  44. Ne procedat iudex ex officio - Judges shall not proceed on their own. (Legal term)
  45. Ne quid nimis - Nothing in excess
  46. Ne quis iudex in propria causa - No one is a judge in their own case
  47. Ne suarum se miseriarum in memoriam inducas - So you don't remind her of her misery (Plautus, Persa 643)
  48. Ne sutor ultra crepidam - The shoemaker shall not go beyond the shoes (It is said that the Greek painter Apeles (VI AC) hid behind a screen to listen to criticism of his paintings. He heard a shoemaker say that his painting was disproportionate. At night, Apeles corrected his painting, but he continued to receive criticism from the shoemaker the next day. So he came out behind the screen and asked the shoemaker for his profession, when he heard it, Apeles said the now famous sentence)
  49. Ne tentes, aut perfice - Do not attempt, but succeed (Motto on a coat of arms)
  50. Nec alter dicitur - Let's not say anything more (The conversation has concluded)
  51. Nec ego ipse capio totum, quod sum - Not even I understand everything I am (Augustine)
  52. Nec liquor (garum sociorum) ullus poene praeter unguenta maiore in praetio esse coepit, nobilitatis etiam gentibus - Except for ointments, there is no liquor more expensive, giving fame to the places of origin (Pliny, "Historia Naturalis" XXXI 43.94 )
  53. Nec nominetur in vobis - Do not even mention it among yourselves
  54. Nec pluribus impar - Not different from many
  55. Nec plus ultra - Not beyond
  56. Nec quae praeteriit iterum revocabitur unda, nec quae praeterit hora redire potest - Water can not again return up the channel, neither can the past hours
  57. Nec soli impar - Like the sun (Motto of Felipe II)
  58. Nec tecum possum vivere, nec sine te - Neither you, nor I can live without you
  59. Nec temere nec timide - Not afraid not to be feared
  60. Necesse est multos timeat quem multi timent - To which many fear to be afraid (D. Laberius)
  61. Necessitas caret lege - The need of no law
  62. Necessitas convenientiae - The necessity of agreement
  63. Necessitas non habet legem - The need has no law (Legal term)
  64. Negative et amplius - Negative and more
  65. Negotiorum gestio - Business management (Legal term)
  66. Negotium populo Romano melius quam otium committi - The Roman people better understand work than pleasure (Apio Claudio)
  67. Nemine contradicente - No one contradicts
  68. Nemine discrepante - No contradiction
  69. Neminem laedere - Do not harm (Legal term - General principle of law, any harm requires remedy)
  70. Nemo alieno nomine lege agere potest - No one outside (the cause) may act on behalf of the law (Legal term - Domitius Ulpianus - Digest 50,17,123 - )
  71. Nemo auditur propiam turpitudinem alegans - No one should be heard because of his clumsiness (Legal term - No one should argue his own case, because of his clumsiness)
  72. Nemo autem regere potest nisi qui et regi - Besides no one can govern without also being ruled (Seneca)
  73. Nemo certe fuit - Certainly, there was no one
  74. Nemo damnetur sine legale iudicio - No person shall be convicted without a trial (Legal term - the principle of legal right to a trial.)
  75. Nemo dat quod non habet - Nobody gives you what they do not have

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