Phrases from the Vulgate Latin Bible
Starting with phrase number 126

  1. Stulte! Hac nocte animam tuam repetunt a te; quae autem parasti, cuius erunt? - Fool! Tonight they will claim your soul; all those things that you prepared, to whom will they belong (Vulgate - Luke 12:20)
  2. Stultorum infinitus est numerus - The number of fools is infinite (Vulgate - Ecclesiastes, Ciracide 1:15 )
  3. Sub umbra alarum tuarum protege me - Under the shadow of your wings, protect me (Vulgate - Psalm 16:7)
  4. Tibi dabo... - To you I will give ... (Vulgate - Words that the devil told Christ in the third temptation in the dessert "All this I will give you if you adore me and get on your knees". They are the same words that Christ said to St. Peter "Tibi dabo claves coeli ..." to you I will give the keys of heaven ....)
  5. Tolle tolle crucifige eum - Take him away! Take him away! Crucify him! (Vulgate 19:15 - The priest asking Pontius Pilate to crucify Jesus)
  6. Universitas Lucentina. Iter facite eius quae ascendit super occasum - University Lucentina. Paves the way to those who ascend from the west (Motto on the coat of the University of Alicante - was taken from the Vulgate, book of Psalms, fifth verse of Psalm 67)
  7. Ut vitam habeant et abundantius habeant - So they may a rich and satisfying life (Vulgate - John 10,10)
  8. Vade Retro Satana - Go back Satan (Vulgate - Mark 8, 33 - Said to Jesus to Saint Peter)
  9. Vanitas vanitatum et omnia vanitas - Vanity of vanities, all is vanity (Vulgate - Ecclesiastes 1, 2)
  10. Veritas liberabit vos - The truth will set you free (Vulgate - John 8, 32)
  11. Vetus Latina - Old Latin (Refers to the old version of the Bible, prior to the Vulgate)
  12. Vir fidelis multum laudabitur - A faithful man shall be much praised (Vulgate - Proverbs 28, 20)
  13. Vos baptizabit in Spiritu Sancto et igni - He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire (Vulgate - Luke 3, 16)
  14. Vox clamantis in deserto - The of the one crying in the dessert (Vulgate - Matthew 3.31)
  15. Vulgata editio - Edition for the people (Referring to the Bible written in common Latin, the "Vulgate")
  16. Zelo zelatus sum pro Domino Deo exercituum - With zeal have I been zealous for the Lord God of hosts (Vulgate - I Kings 19,14 - Motto of the Carmelites)

Total: 141

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