1. Parva propria magna, magna aliena parva - Small, but mine. Big, but someone else’s (Decalogue)
  2. Parva saepe scintilla magnum incendium insperato excitat - The small spark often leads to an unexpectedly large fire (Fifth Curcio, I s. Roman historian, author of Life of Alexander the Great)
  3. Parva sub ingenti - Small under the protection of the big (Motto of the Prince Edward Island, Canada)
  4. Parvos parva decent - Small things befit the humble person (Old Roman proverb)
  5. Passim - On all places (Often used as a note of any idea that appears in many parts of a text, not to mention explicit places)
  6. Pastor aeternus - Pastor eternal (Apostolic Constitution of Pius IX) )
  7. Pastor Angelicus - An Angelic Shepherd (Pope Ven. Pius XII (1939-1958) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  8. Pastor et et Nauta - Shepherd and Sailor (Pope Bl. John XXIII (1958-1963) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  9. Patent undique ad libertatem viea multae, breves, faciles. Agamus Deo gratias - On all places short routes open the route to freedom. Thanks to God (Seneca)
  10. Pater dimitte illis non enim sciunt quid faciunt - Father, forgive them, for they know not what they are doing (Said by Jesus Christ on the cross - Latin Vulgate Bible - Luke 23,34)
  11. Pater familias - The father of the family
  12. Pater is est quem nuptiae demostrant - The father is the one who marriage points to
  13. Pater noster - Our father
  14. Pater patriae - Father of the Fatherland
  15. Pater putatibus - Alleged father (Their initial [DP], referring to Saint Joseph)
  16. Patria est communis omnium parens - The motherland and the community are our parents (Cicero)
  17. Patria est ubicumque est bene - The homeland is where there is good (Cicero)
  18. Patria potestas - Power of the father (Legal term - is the set of rights that the law recognizes to the parents, while the children are minors or disabled.)
  19. Pauca sed bona - Few (small quantities) is good)
  20. Pauca sed matura - Few but mature (Motto Karl Friedrich Gauss [1777-1855] The mathematician Gauss, although his work was huge, he did not published what he considered not finished and tentative)
  21. Paulo maiora canamus - Let us sing of somewhat greater things (Virgil)
  22. Pax - Peace (Diplomatic term - period of peace and international stability under the influence of a military power)
  23. Pax et Bonum - Peace and all good { Thank you: Mark }
  24. Pax Orbis - World Peace
  25. Pax Romana - Roman Peace (Legal term - Officially recognized as a long period of peace imposed by the Roman Empire. Consisted of entertaining and satisfying the needs of the people conquered "under the protection of Rome. )
  26. Pax vobiscum - May peace be with yo
  27. Pax vostrum - Your Peace (Greeting which means that peace be with you)
  28. Peccata minuta - Sins giblets (Misdemeanors - unimportant things for not going to waste time)
  29. Peccatum tacituritatis - Sin of silence
  30. Pecunia in arboris non crescit - Money does not grow on trees
  31. Pecunia non olet - Money does not stink
  32. Pecunia pecuniam parere non potest - Money can not create money
  33. Pecuniae omnia parent - All things due to money (Titus Lucretius Caro)
  34. Pedes in terra, ad sidera visus - Our feet on the ground and our sights at the stars (Motto of the National University of Tucuman, Argentina)
  35. Pelvis et umbra sumus - We are dust and shadow
  36. Penitentiam agite - Do penance
  37. Penitus toto divisos orbe Britannos - Deeply divided from the whole world are the British (Virgil: Eclogue I, 67)
  38. Per accidens - By accident (Philosophical term used in logic - By external force - Compare with per se)
  39. Per acclamationem seu inspirationem - By acclamation or inspiration (One of the three modes of election of the Roman Pontiff, now abolished)
  40. Per annum - Per year
  41. Per Ardua ad Astra - Through Difficulty to the Stars { Motto of the Royal Air Force File - Thank you: Alasdair Rankin }
  42. Per Capita - Per head
  43. Per centum - Percent
  44. Per compromissum - By undertaking (One of the three modes of election of the Roman Pontiff, abolished in the present)
  45. Per crucem ad lucem - In light of the cross (Motto of Don Manuel Perez Rodriguez)
  46. Per Diem - Per day (Used for payment of daily expenses)
  47. Per fas et per nefas - For one reason or another
  48. Per omnia saecula saeculorum - For all ages of ages (forver)
  49. Per os - By word of mout
  50. Per sapientiam et laborem, ad lucem - From the knowledge and work towards the light (Motto on the shield of the University Foundation St. Maarten, Bogota , Colombia.)
  51. Per scrutinium - By scrutiny (One of the three modes of election of the Roman Pontiff, the only valid today)
  52. Per se - In and of itself (Philosophical term used in logic - Essential, True without having to refer to something else - Compare with per accidens)
  53. Per sententiam non debet servitus constitui sed quae declarari - There must not be a (new) sentence served, but it must be declared (Domitius Ulpianus - Digest 8,5,84)
  54. Per terra et mare - By land and sea (Motto of the Spanish Marines)
  55. Per varios usus artem experientia fecit - Through varius uses, art makes experience (Tito Manlio Torcuato, Consul Romano)
  56. Per virtutem ad lucem - In light of the virtue
  57. Peregrinus Apostolicus - Apostolic Wanderer or Pilgrim (Pope Pius VI (1775-1799) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  58. Perfer et obdura; dolor hic tibi proderit olim - Be patient and tough, this pain will serve you one day (Ovid)
  59. Perilli Libertas abstinendi a peccato - Lost the freedom to abstain from sin (Caius Plinius Secundus, Naturalis Historia )
  60. Perinde ac cadaver - As a corpse (Kill or be killed - Motto of the Jesuits)
  61. Periture tuaque aliis documenta dature morte ait ede tuum nomen - Thou fellow, doomed to perish and by thy death to serve as a warning to others, tell me thy name. (Ovid - Metamorphoses)
  62. Persequentur vos in civitate ista, fugite in aliam - If you are persecuted in this city, flee to another (Latin Vulgate Bible - St. Matthew, 10-23)
  63. Persica, pira, poma, requirunt vina bona - Peaches, pears and apples, require good wines
  64. Persona grata - Person who pleases.
  65. Persona non grata - Undesirable person (Diplomatic term)
  66. Pertransivit benefaciendo - Went about doing good. (Latin Vulgate Bible - Acts 10.38 - Sentence of Peter)
  67. Perveni ad templum antequam portas aperirent - Came to the temple before the gates opened.
  68. Petitio principii - Begs the question (Legal term)
  69. Petrus apostulus postatem aceepit - Apostle Peter accepted the power.
  70. Philosophia est scientia omnium rerum sciliscet est cosmovisio realitatis et verbum est expresio conceptus - Philosophy is the science of all things, that is a worldview of the reality and the word is the expression of the concept
  71. Philosophiae Doctoris - Doctor of Philosophy (University Degree - Academic Degree highest in any industry, not only in philosophy - abbreviated as PhD)
  72. Pia Civitas in Bello - Pious City in War (Pope Innocent IX (1591) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  73. Picturatus ager floribus - The field of painted flowers (Cicero)
  74. Picus Inter Escas - A Woodpecker Among Fodder). Nicholas IV (1288-1292) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  75. Pignus conventum - Convention garments (Legal term - Mortgage)

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