1. Nemo repente fit sapiens - No one suddenly becomes wise
  2. Nemo repente fuit turpissimus - No one suddenly becomes bad (Decimus Junius Juvenalis - Satires II, 83)
  3. Nemo sua sorte contentus - Nobody is happy with his own luck
  4. Nemo tenetur edere contra se - Nobody is forced to go against himself (.. to confess to his injury - Legal term)
  5. Nemo vivit in practeritum - Nobody lives in the past tense (Legal term)
  6. Nequaquam - By no means
  7. Neque si Spiritum Sanctum esse audivimus - Neither of us knew that the Holy Spirit existed (Quote of the Athenians to San Pablo)
  8. Nescentia necat - Ignorance kill
  9. Nescio quid agam - I do not know what to do
  10. Nescio quid dicas - I do not understand what you say
  11. Nescio quid tu agas - I do not know what you doing
  12. Nescit vox missa reverti - The words can not return (Horace)
  13. Ni te plus oculis meis amarem - If I did not love you more than my own eyes (Gaius Valerius Catulo, Roman poet, 87-54 a.C.)
  14. Nihil admirare - Nothing to admir
  15. Nihil amatur nisi comprenditur - You do not love what you do not know
  16. Nihil consensui tam contrarium est, quam vis atque metus: quem comprobare contra bonos mores est - There is nothing so contrary to consent as violence and fear, so if a valid consent given, this would be flawed by morality (Legal term - Domitius Ulpianus - Digest, 50, 17, 116 pr -)
  17. Nihil curo de ista tua stulta superstitione - I'm not interested in your stupid superstitions.
  18. Nihil dulcis post Deum laboris fructus - After God, there is nothing sweeter than the fruit of labor
  19. Nihil est in intellectu quod prius non fuerit in sensu - There is nothing in the intellect without first passing through the senses (Philosophical term - you cannot grasp a concept without the assistance of the experience)
  20. Nihil est in vita priore ego imperator romanus fui - That is nothing. In a past life I was Emperor of Rome
  21. Nihil est omnino beatum - Nothing is wholly happ
  22. Nihil est virtute pulchrius - There is nothing more beautiful that virtue (Cicero)
  23. Nihil humani a me alienum puto - Nothing human is foreign to me (I think of others)
  24. Nihil ineptus risu inepto - There is nothing more stupid, than silly laughter
  25. Nihil innovetur - Let nothing new be introduced (Ecclesiastical term - Principle governing the period of "vacant headquarters," or Sede Vacante Nihil Innovetur after the death of a Pope)
  26. Nihil Labore - Nothing to work
  27. Nihil nimis - Nothing with excess (Horace)
  28. Nihil novum sub sole - There is nothing new under the sun (Latin Vulgate Bible - Ecclesiastes 1, 9 )
  29. Nihil obstat - Nothing prevents (Legal Term - Refers to the authorization to conduct certain acts)
  30. Nihil operi Dei praeponatur - Nothing should take precedence in the service of God
  31. Nihil pavendum est tessera hac regali - There is nothing to fear in the shade of royal banners
  32. Nihil prius fide - Nothing in front of the faith (Motto of notaries)
  33. Nihil scio nisi nescio - I only know that I know nothing
  34. Nihil sine Deo - Nothing without God! (Motto of the coat of arms of the German Hohenzollern dynasty, which ruled Germany until 1918, the year of the end of World War I. )
  35. Nihil sine Episcopo - Nothing without the bishop (Motto taught to future priests in seminaries )
  36. Nihil tam munitum quod non expugnari pecunia possit - No castle strong enough to resist the money (Cicero)
  37. Nihil transit de potentia ad actum nisi per ens in actu - Nothing happens from potential to the act, without a being in an act
  38. Nihil utile nisi quod honestum - Nothing is good except honesty (Cicero)
  39. Nihil veritas est - Nothing is true (Motto of Cordoba in Spain)
  40. Nil agit exemplum, litem quod lite resolvit - Not worth is an example that does not solve the problem (Horace)
  41. Nil homini certum est - Nothing is safe for humans (Ovid)
  42. Nimium ne crede colori - Do not rely much on the colors (the beauty) (Virgil, Bucoliche, 2, 1)
  43. Nisi credideritis, non intelligetis - Unless you will have believed, you will not understand (Augustine)
  44. Nisi Dominus cutodierit civitatem, frustra vigilat qui custodit eam - If the Lord does not watch over the city, in vain the police does
  45. Nisi pecuniam omnem mihi dabis ad caput tuum saxum immane mittam - Give me all your money, or I will throw an enormous rock at your head
  46. No serviré - Do not serve (Latin Vulgate Bible - Jeremiah 2.20)
  47. Nocte Dieque Incubando - Thinking about it night and day (Newton’s reply to a question on how he managed to make all his discoveries)
  48. Nolens volens - Like it Or not
  49. Noli foras ire, in teipsum reddi; in interiore homine habitat veritas - Dont' lose your self, return to you, inside of you lives the truth (Augustine)
  50. Noli me tangere! - Do not touch me! (Latin Vulgate Bible - John 20, 17 - Said by Jesus Christ to Mary Magdalene - In medicine it refers to those organs (e.g. the heart) that not should be operated.)
  51. Noli me vocare ego te vocabo - Do not call me, I will call you
  52. Nolite mitere margaritas ante porcos - Do not throw daisies at pigs (Latin Vulgate Bible - Matthew 7.6)
  53. Nomen est omen - The name is everything
  54. Nomina si nescis, perit et cognitio rerum - If you do not know the name of things, you lose all knowledge of them (Carlos Linnaeus (1707-1778), who is considered the father of the zoological taxonomy)
  55. Non bene pro toto libertas venditur auro - Freedom is not for sale any amount of gold (Words mentioned in the Preface of "Don Quixote de la Mancha" - 1605 - by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra)
  56. Non bis in idem - Not the same thing twice (Legal term - Nobody can be tried twice for the same offense)
  57. Non calor sed umor est qui nobis incommodat - It is not the heat, it is the humidity that is uncomfortable (That is why we prefer “dry heat”)
  58. Non compos mentis - Without control of his mind (Crazy)
  59. Non culum batum belli, culum batum culum mortis - Queers do not go to war. Fag that goes, fag that dies (It is an expression used when someone is afraid of something)
  60. Non curo - I do not care
  61. Non decet - Not appropriate
  62. Non diligamus verbo nec lingua sed in opere et veritate - Let us not love with word or with tongue, but with deeds and truth (Latin Vulgate Bible - verse 3, 18 of the 1st Epistle of John)
  63. Non domo dominus, sed domino domus honestanda est - Not in our lineage, but our actions, we must seek is the luster of our names (Cicero - In response to people who boast that their name comes from noble lineage)
  64. Non Ducor, Duco - I am not led, I lead (Motto of the Coat of Arms of São Paulo City, Brasil - Thank you: Decio Frederico Viccino )
  65. Non enim veni vocare iustos sed peccatores - I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners (Said by Jesus Christ - Latin Vulgate Bible - Matthew 9, 13)
  66. Non erat his locus - It was not the right site (Inappropriate place)
  67. Non erit impossibile apud Deum omne verbum - There is nothing impossible for God (Latin Vulgate Bible - Luke 1, 37)
  68. Non est ad astra mollis e terris via - There is no easy way from the earth to the stars (Seneca)
  69. Non est curiosus, quin idem sit malevolus - There is no curious man but has some malevolence to quicken his curiosity (Francis Bacon (1561-1626 - Essays, Civil and Moral. - On Envy)
  70. Non est mater Natura, sed Noverca - Nature is not a Mother but a Stepmother (The world is a hostile place)
  71. Non est opus valentibus medico sed male habentibus - The healthy do not need the doctor, but the sick do (Said by Jesus Christ - Latin Vulgate Bible - Matthew 9, 12)
  72. Non estetica sine etica - There is no aesthetic without ethics (Inscribed in the front door of the cathedral of Cuenca, in Castilla, La Mancha, Spain)
  73. Non facit ebrietas vitia, sed protrahit - Drunkenness does create flaws, it just shows them (Seneca - recommending temperance in drinking)
  74. Non fecit taliter omni natione - [God] has not done this for any other nation (or people) (Latin Vulgate Bible - Psalm 147, 20)
  75. Non fortuna homines aestimabo, sed moribus - I do not estimate the men for their fortune, but for their habits (Seneca)

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