Latin Phrases and Quotes
Starting with phrase number 76

  1. Ab Ordine Libertas - From order comes freedom (Colombia's motto)
  2. Ab ore ad aurem - From mouth to ear (whispering a secret into someone's ear)
  3. Ab origine - From origin
  4. Ab ovo - Since the egg (Horace - Ars poetica - Refers to the egg of Leek from which hatched Helen of Troy)
  5. Ab ovo usque ad mala - From the egg to the apple (Horace - Satire - From appetizer to dessert - From start to finish - From soup to nuts)
  6. Ab uno disce omnes - From one learn all (Virgil - Aeneid II )
  7. Ab uno discit omnes - From one you know all
  8. Ab uno discunt omnes - From one learn all
  9. ab Urbe Condita - a.U.C. - From the founding of the city (To count years since the foundation of Rome - 753 AC - Abbreviated as a.U.C.)
  10. Ab utraque parte - Of both parties (Legal Term - Gai Institutiones - Common property e.g. an island in the middle a river is the common property of the proprietors on both banks)
  11. Abbas Suburranus - A Suburran Abbot (Pope Anastasius IV (1153-1154) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was born near a local named Suburra)
  12. Aberratio ictus - Mistake in the blow (Legal term that refers in an error where the wrong person gets hurt, e.g. to shot against one person and kill someone else)
  13. Abeunt studia in mores - Practices passionately pursued become habits (Ovid - Heroides Libri XV)
  14. Abiit, excessit, evasit, erupit - He departed, he withdrew, he strode off, he broke forth (Cicero - Oratio In Catilinam II)
  15. Ablata causa tollitur effectus - If the cause is taken away, its effect will disappear (Medical Maxim)
  16. Abrenuntio - I Renounce (Ecclesiastical term)
  17. Abscedo turpis Diabolus pario - Go away you unclean spawn of Satan
  18. Absentes Tinnitu aurium praesentire sermones de se, receptum est - It is generally admitted that those absent are warned by a ringing in the ears (Pliny the Elder - Naturalis Historia)
  19. Absentis est quos non anhelo - The dead do not breathe
  20. Absit - God save me (Ecclesiastical term)
  21. Absolutio ad cautelam - Absolution due to doubt (Ecclesiastical term - Canon Law - When a priest is excommunicated and appeals, he needs to obtain a Ad cautelam to continue to celebrate mass)
  22. Abusus non est usus, sed corruptela - Abuse is not use, it is corruption (Legal term)
  23. Abusus non tollit usum - The abuse does invalidate the use (Legal term - Abuses shall not prevent to use something correctly)
  24. Abyssus abyssum vocat in voce - Deep calleth on deep (Vulgate - Psalm 42:7)
  25. Accedant - Enter (Ceremonial term)

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