Latin phrases about love
Starting with phrase number 76

  1. Nihil est qui nihil amat - Nothing is, the one who nothing loves (Plautus, 'The Persian')
  2. Nihil volitum quim praecognitum - Nobody loves what he does not know
  3. Non diligamus verbo nec lingua sed in opere et veritate - Let us not love with word or with tongue, but with deeds and truth (Vulgate - verse 3, 18 of the 1st Epistle of John)
  4. Non intratur in veritatem, nisi per caritatem - No one enters the truth, with out love (Augustine)
  5. Nullo enim modo sunt onerosi labores amantium - In no way work is too hard for labor of love
  6. Odi et amo - I love and hate
  7. Omnes viri boni ius ipsum amant - Every good man loves justice. (Cicero)
  8. Omnia vincit Amor; et nos cedamus Amori - Love triumphs over everything; let's give way to love (Virgil in "Bucolics")
  9. Omnis amans militat - Every lover makes war (Ovid, Amores, I, 9, 1)
  10. Pondus meum amor meus; eo feror, quocumque feror - My weight is my love; by that i am drawn wherever i am carried (Philosophical term - Augustine)
  11. Praetor a suis volebat amari - The magistrate wanted to be loved by his family
  12. Puella dominicana, feria secunda non Amat - Sunday girl does not love Mondays
  13. Pulsat, ululat, ama et clama ab absordo - Hit, shed tears, love and cry out loud at the absurdity
  14. Punica fides - Punic faith (Love for the Carthaginian, representing treachery)
  15. Puri sermonis amator - Lover of pure and simple speach (said of Julius Caesar by Terence)
  16. Quem di diligunt, adolescens moritur - The ones who are loved by the gods die young (Plautus - Only the good die young)
  17. Qui bene amat, bene castigat - Who loves well, punishes well
  18. Qui me amat, amet et canem meum - Anyone who loves me should also love my dog
  19. Qui studet optatam cursu contingere metam multa tulit fecitque puer, sudavit et alsit Abstinuit Venere et Baccho - He who wants to achieve his desired career goal, as a child must endure and do a lot of things, sweat a lot, and experience harsh cold, and refrain from Venus (goddess of love) an Bacchus (god of wine) (Horace - Arts Poetica - Motto used by arts students)
  20. Quis nos separabit a caritate Christi? - Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?
  21. Quod me nutrit me destruit - The one who nourishes me, destroys me (Love phrase)
  22. Sero te amavi, pulchritudo tam antiqua et tam nova - Too late have I loved you, beauty so ancient and so new (St. Augustine - Alluding to his late conversion to Christianity)
  23. Serva me, servabo te - Save me, save you (Philosophical term, also love phrase - Petronius)
  24. Si nihil te litterae adiuvarent numpuam ad philosophiam te contulisses - If you had not always been devoted to literature, you would never have arrived at love for philosophy
  25. Si qua voles apte nubere, nube pari - If you wish to marry well, marry an equal (Ovid - the Art of Love)

Total: 123
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