Latin quotes by Cicero
Starting with phrase number 26

  1. Decet amicitiam colere (retinere, tueri) - Cultivate friendship (Ciceron - De amicitia)
  2. Dialecticam inventam esse, ven et falsi quasi disceptatricem - Dialectic was invented to decide between the true and the false (Philosophical term - Cicero)
  3. Dicitur Ciceronem fuisse optimum oratorem - It is said that Cicero was the best orato
  4. Disertissime Romuli nepotum - Most eloquent of the descendants of Romulus (Valerius Catullus, dedicated to Cicero)
  5. Dum spiro, spero - While I breath, I hope (Cicero)
  6. Ecce tibi qui rex populi romani es se concupiverit - Behold the one who pretended to be the ruler of the Roman people (Cicero)
  7. Ego illud adsentior Theophrasto - I agree on this with Theophrastus (Cicero - De Oratore Libro III, p 184)
  8. Egregie dicta circa eundem sensum tria - Three egregious said on the same subject (Cicero - De senectute)
  9. Epistula non erubescit - A letter does not blush (Cicero - Love letter or letter of apology)
  10. Erat hiems summa - It was the very depth of winter (Cicero - In Verrem II)
  11. Esse oportet ut vivas, non vivere ut edas - Eat to Live, Do not live to eat (Cicero)
  12. Et monere et moneri proprium est verae amicitiae - It is a characteristic of true friendship to give advice and to receive it (Cicero - De amicitia)
  13. Etenim, iudices, cum omnibus virtutibus me adfectum esse cupio, tum nihil est quod malim quam me et esse gratum et videri. haec enim est una virtus non solum maxima sed etiam mater virtutum omnium reliquarum - In truth, O judges, while I wish to be adorned with every virtue, yet there is nothing which I can esteem more highly than being and appearing grateful. For this one virtue is not only the greatest, but is also the parent of all the other virtues (Cicero)
  14. Excitabat fluctus in simpulo - He was stirring up billows in a ladle (Cicero - De Legibus III)
  15. Fortis est non pertubaris in rebus asperis - The strong do not falter in adversity (Philosophical term - Cicero)
  16. Fortitudo est dolorum laborumque contemptio - The strength is contempt for pain and trouble (Cicero)
  17. Fundamentum iustitiae, primum est ne cui noceatur - The first foundation of justice is not to harm others (Legal term - Cicero - De Officiis I, 10, 31)
  18. Haec habeo, quae edi quaeque exsaturata libido hausit; at iacent multa et praeclara relicta - I have these things: all that I ate, all that satisfied my sexual desire; here lie many illustrious remains (Cicero - Tusculanae disputationes 5:101 - Epitaph)
  19. Historia magistra vitae et testis temporum - History is the teacher and witness of times (Cicero)
  20. Horae quidem cedunt et dies et menses et anni - The hours certainly pass, and the days, the months and the years - (Cicero)
  21. Huncine hominem hancine impudentiam iudices hanc audaciam - What a man, what shamelessness, judges, what boldness (Cicero - Verrinaes, V )
  22. Illa autem sapientia rerum est divinarum et humanarum scientia in qua continetur deorum et hominum communitas et societas inter ipsos - The wisdom (jurisprudence) is the knowledge of divine and human matters, this knowledge contains the community of gods and men and the association between them (Legal Term - Cicero - de Officiis 1,4,3,153)
  23. Ille me amplexus atque osculans flere prohibebat - Hugging me and kissing me, he prevented me from crying (Love phrase - Cicero)
  24. Imperium et Libertas - Empire and Liberty (Cicero)
  25. In amicitia nihil fictum est, nihil simulatum, et quidquid est, id est verum et voluntarium - In friendship there is nothing fictitious, nothing simulated, and it is in fact true and voluntary (Cicero - de Amicitia)

Total: 125
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