1. Post tenebras lux - The light after darkness
  2. Post tenebras spero lucem - I hope there’s light after darkness (Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra - Motto of Don Quixote of the Mancha. In his shield next to a falcon and a lion)
  3. Postmoerium - After the wall (hence "pomerium or pomoerium", which was the border of the holy city of Rome)
  4. Potes currere sed te occulere non potes - You can run, but not hide
  5. Potestas omnium rerum - Extraordinary powers (Legal term)
  6. Potius mori quam foedari - Die before tarnishing the honor
  7. Prae manibus - The scope of the hand (at hand)
  8. Praeceptores suos adulescens veneratur et suspicit - The young man respected and admired his teachers
  9. Praeclarius est id virtutem assequi - Much more is to achieve this excellent virtue (Motto of the family Bruguera)
  10. Praecursor Siciliae - A Fore-Runner from Sicily (Pope Innocent VIII (1484-1492) motto, according to Saint Malachy prophecies)
  11. Praefectus annonae - Prefect of supplies to the city.
  12. Praefectus praetorio - Prefect of the Praetorian
  13. Praefectus urbi - Rome Prefect.
  14. Praefectus vigilium - Prefect of vigilance (police and fire).)
  15. Praeferre patriam liberis parentes decet - Should prefer freedom more than parents
  16. Praerogativa - Prerogative (Privilege)
  17. Praescriptio longi temporis - Possession by prescriptive right (Legal term)
  18. Praesente cadavere - With this corpse present (Legal term)
  19. Praeterea censeo Carthaginem esse delendam - Furthermore, I remain of the view that we should destroy Carthage (Marco Porcia Cato, Political and General Roman Censor 234-149 BC - He said this phrase after of all his speaches)
  20. Praetor a suis volebat amari - The magistrate wanted to be loved by his family
  21. Praetor urbanus - Urban magistrate.
  22. Praetus peregrinus - Peregrine praetor (Legal term - Manager of the administration of justice among people of various nationalities)
  23. Preparemus nos pro fine temporis: Ars longa sed tempus breve - Let's prepare for the end of times: Art lives long, but time is short ( Thank you: Dr Globalist Lawyer Riviere J. Goel )
  24. Pretium Confessus - Price of confesion
  25. Pretium Doloris - Price of pain
  26. Pretium iustum mathematicum licet soli Deo notum - The price depends on many circumstances that only God knows
  27. Pretium Vilis - Low price
  28. Prima cratera ad sitim pertinet, secunda ad hilaritatem, tertia ad voluptatem, quarta ad insaniam - The first cup is for the thirst, the second for the joy, the third for pleasure, the fourth to the madness
  29. Prima Facie - At first sight
  30. Prima luce - First light (at dawn)
  31. Prima non datur et ultima dispensatur - The first is not given and last is forgiven
  32. Primo mihi - First for me.
  33. Primo occupandi - To the first occupant
  34. Primo sic - In first place, like this.
  35. Primum non nocere - First, do no harm
  36. Primum non nocere - The first thing is to do no harm (Medical term is applied when you have to take a decision on a patient, so that the benefit is greater than the damage it can do)
  37. Primum vivere, deinde philosophari! - Live first and philosophize later (Philosophical term)
  38. Primus circumdedisti me - First to surround (Motto inscribed on the coat of arms of Juan Sebastian Elcano, who accompanied navigator Ferdinand Magellan in the first voyage around the world - Today is the name of the school-ship of the Spanish Armada)
  39. Primus inter pares - First among equals
  40. Primus millum paxarorum est - The first corn is for the bird
  41. Primus pilus prior - Primary of the first cohort (Senior Centurion of a legion)
  42. Princeps civium - The first of the citizens (title used by the emperor Octavian Caesar Augustus )
  43. Principiis obsta - Resist at the beginning (Withstand the first approaches or encroachments)
  44. Principium importans ordinem ad actum - Principle governing the act
  45. Prior in tempore, potior in iure - First in time, best in the Law (Legal term)
  46. Prius est esse - Before is being
  47. Prius flammis combusta quam armis Numantia victa - Numantia will be burnt in flames rather than defeated by arms
  48. Prius flammis combusta quam Numantia armis victa - Numancia first burned up than defeated (one of the slogans of the Spanish Army / Cavalry)
  49. Prius mori quam foedari - Die before dishoner
  50. Priusquam islam pugnam pugnabo ego etiam prius dabo aliam pugnam - Prior to wage this struggle, I will fight against Islam even before I start another fight
  51. Privilegium personale non transit ad heredes - The personal privilege is not transmitted to the heir (Legal term)
  52. Pro amcis suis - For his Friends (Motto of the Bishop of Diocese of St. Petersburg)
  53. Pro bono publico - For the good of the people (Legal term - when a lawyer takes a case for free)
  54. Pro domo mea - In my favor (Legal term)
  55. Pro domo sua - On his own behalf (Legal term)
  56. Pro forma - For the sake of form (Diplomatic term - Done only as a formality)
  57. Pro indiviso - For an individed part (Legal term - In joint tenancy)
  58. Pro mundi beneficio - For the benefit of the world (Motto of Panama)
  59. Pro patria ad deum - For the country to God (Motto of the Fraternity of Saint Thomas Aquinas)
  60. Pro rata - Proportionately
  61. Pro rata parte - A portion or fixed, determined
  62. Pro Rege, lege, et Grege - For King, the law, and the People { Thank you: Carsten R }
  63. Pro rege saepe, pro patria semper - For the king, often, to the homeland always (Jean Baptiste Colbert, French politician, 1619-1683)
  64. Pro Sancte Iuppiter - For sacred Jupiter
  65. Pro tempore - For the time being
  66. Pro tribunali - In front of the court or in front of a judge (Legal term)
  67. Pro Vincere - Before victory
  68. Probae esti in segetem sunt deteriorem datae fruges, tamen ipsae suaptae enitent - A good seed planted, even in poor soil, will bring rich fruits by its own nature
  69. Probitas laudatur et alget - Honesty is praised, and left to starve (Decimus Junius Juvenalis - I Satire)
  70. Procedamus omnes in pace - All move forward in peace (Ecclesiastical term)
  71. Procedant omnes - All move forward (Ecclesiastical term - Invitation from the master of ceremonies)
  72. Procurator in rem suam - Attorney in his own case (Legal term)
  73. Proemium - Preface (Introduction of a speech)
  74. Promoveatur ut amoveatur - Promoted to get him out of the way (To remove someone who is causing problems. Aso known as "Promoveatur ut removeatur")
  75. Propaganda Fide - To propagate the faith (Congregation founded in 1622 by Pope Gregory XV to spread Christianity)

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