Latin Mottos, latin quotes and phrases.

“Draco Dormiens Nunquam Titillandus” [never tickle a sleeping dragon]
J.K. Rowling


“Nescire autem quid antequam natus sis acciderit, id est semper esse puerum.” [To be ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to remain always a child.]
Marcus Tullius Cicero


“Omnem dimittite spem, o vos intrantes” [Abandon hope, all ye who enter here.]
Dante Alighieri


“Fas est ab hoste doceri.” [One should learn even from one’s enemies.]


“Veni, vidi, vici” [I came, I saw, I conquered.]
Julius Caesar


“Interfice errorem, diligere errantem” [Kill the sin, love the sinner]
St. Augustine


“Dum vita spes est.” [While there is life, there is hope.]


“Omnia mea mecum porto” [All that is mine, I carry with me.]


“Beneficium accipere libertatem est vendere” [To accept a favour is to sell freedom.]
Publilius Syrus


“Si vis pacem, para bellum” [If you wish for peace, prepare for war]


“Alea iacta est” [The die has been cast]
Julius Caesar


“Scientia est potentia” [Knowledge is power]
Sir Francis Bacon


“Morituri te salutant.” [Those who are about to die, salute you]


“Ad turpia virum bonum nulla spes invitat ” [No expectation can allure a good man to the commission of evil]


“Ante mortem”[Before death]


“Arbiter elegantiae”[Judge in matters of taste]


“Aut Caesar aut nihil”[Caesar or nothing]


“Age. Fac ut gaudeam”[Go ahead. Make my day!]


“Amat victoria curam”[Victory favors those who take pains] Famous mottos, phrases, proverbs and slogans.

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