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Latin sayings

TermDefinition
In loco parentis In the place of a parent.
In vitro In a test tube (literally 'in glass').
Ipso facto By that very fact.
Magnum opus A great work.
Mea culpa My fault.
Modus operandi Mode of operating (m.o.)
Post partum After childbirth.
Prima facie At first sight
Pro bono Without charge - for the public good.
Opus Dei The work of God.
Quid pro quo Something for something, i.e. a favour for a favour.
Quo vadis? Where are you going?
Rigor mortis The rigidity of death.
Semper fidelis Always faithful.
Sine qua non Indispensable.
Status quo The current state of affairs.
Sub judice Before a court.
Tempus fugit Time flees.
Terra firma Solid ground.
Urbi et orbi To the city and to the globe.
Veni vidi vici I came, I saw, I conquered.
Vice versa The other way around.
Vivat Regina Long live the queen.
Vox populi The voice of the people.
Created by: judithcampbell