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Dicta Latina 1

Collegiate 7th grade Latin

Parat, Ditat, Durat “It prepares, It enriches, It endures” Collegiate's Motto
Annuit Coeptis “he approves of our undertakings” divine support for a people’s plans
Novus Ordo Seclorum “a new order of ages” the start of a novel world order
E Plurbus Unum “out of more, one” a blend of many elements on all US coins, from a poem about a salad melting pot vs. salad?
Anno Domini (A.D) “in the year of the (Christian) Lord” used with dates
Sic Semper Tyannis “Thus Always To Tyrants” Virginia’s State Motto
Semper Paratus “Always Prepared” motto of the United States Coast Guard
Labor Omnia Vincit “work conquers all” Oklahoma’s State Motto
Semper Fidelis “Always Faithful” motto of the United States Marine Corps
ad nauseam “to seasickness” to the point of disgust
Created by: JasmineHarper