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Latin 7 Sententiae

Flavius' story: The Siege of Troy

Audemus iura nostra defendere we dare to defend our rights
amor omnia vincit/labor omnia vincit love conquers all/ work conquers all
in hoc signo vinces on this sign you shall conquer.
vae victis woe to the vanguished.
elephantus non capit murem An elephant doesnt capture a mouse.
qui capit ille facit he who takes it on himself does it.
alea iacta est the die is cast
tempus fugit/ hora fugit Time flies/ the hour flies
ira furor brevis est anger is brief madness
gravis ira regum est semper the wrath of kings is always heavy
rex regum King of kings
rex bibendi/ rex vini the kingof drinking/ the king of the wine
rex non potest peccare the king is not able to sin
Iesus Nazarenus Rex/ Iudaeorum (I.N.R.I Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews
cave canem Beware of the dog
inter canem et lupum between a dog and a wolf
qui me amat, amat et canem meum He who loves me must love my dog
invidia gloriae comes Envy is the comparison of glory
paterfamilias The father of the household
Pater Noster Our Father (lord's prayer)
pater patriae the father of his country
patris est filius he's his father's son
facile princeps easily the first
ab urbe condita(A.U.C.) from the founding of the city
rus in urbe the country in the city
urbi et orbi to the city and the world
non omnia possumus omnes WE are not all able to do everything
vixere fortes ante Agamemnona Brave (men) live before Agamemnon
fortiter in re, suaviter in modo bravely/resolutely in action, gently in manner
a fortiori from the stronger (argument)
a priori from the former
a posteriori from the latter
ab intio/ ab origine/ab ovo from the very beginning start of inception
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