Latin phrases about friendship

  1. Ab amando ductum est amicitiae nomen - From loving (amando) derives the word friendship (amicitiae)
  2. Ab amico reconciliato cave - Beware of the reconciled friend
  3. Amici, diem perdidi - A Friends, I lost a day (Vespasian)
  4. Amicitia amicorum magnam laetitiam nobis parat - The friendship of the great friends, joy lies ahead (Although it seems redundant, it is not. On the contrary the author wants to draw attention to true friendship)
  5. Amicitia pulchra est - Friendship is beautiful
  6. Amicitia quae desinere potest, vera nunquam fuit - A friendship that can cease, was never a true friendship (St. Jerome)
  7. Amicitia semper prodest, amor aliquando etiam nocet - Friendship always takes advantage, love sometimes fails (Seneca)
  8. Amicitia te cum mihi non est - I do not have friendship with you
  9. Amicitia vera illuminat - Authentic friendship shines
  10. Amicitiae nostrae memoriam spero sempiternam fore - I hope that the memory of our friendship will be everlasting. (Thank you: Cicero)
  11. Amicus Actus - Amicable or Friendly - Thank you: Julio Ramirez
  12. Amicus certus in re incerta cernitur - A certain friend is seen in an uncertain matte
  13. Amicus curiae - A friend of the court (Legal term - Advisor in matter of law)
  14. Amicus est tamquam alter idem - A friend is the same for another me
  15. Amicus fidelis protectio fortis; qui autem invenit illum, invenit thesaurum. Amico fideli nulla est comparatio, et non est ponderatio contra bonitatem illius - A faithful friend is a sturdy shelter; The one who finds one finds a treasure (Vulgate Sirach /Ecclesiastes 6, 14)
  16. Amicus humani generis - A friend of the human race (A philanthropist - It is also used in a satirical sense to describe people who are friends of the whole world without actually be friends with anyone, for example television personality and political leaders)
  17. Amicus protectio fortis - Strong protection by friends (Motto of Cedros school in Mexico City)
  18. Amicus usque ad aras - A friend as far as the altars (A friend whose only higher allegiance is to the Church, only God can separate them)
  19. Amor es fortior amitia - Love is stronger than friendship (Friendship can fail but true love fails not - Thank you: DR Goelic Medici )
  20. Amor, ex quo amicitia es nominata - Love from which takes its name friendship. (Cicero)
  21. Animula vagula blandula Hospes comesque corporis, Quae nunc abibis in loca Pallidula, rigida, nudula, Nec, ut soles, dabis iocos - Little soul, soft, wandering guest and friend of the body, you'll go now pale, hard, bare spots and you will not play, as you usually did (Philosophical Term - these words were spoken by the emperor Hadrian Augustus, expresses the dualism body and soul, at the approach of death, longing for love games)
  22. Annorum vinum, socius vetus et vetus aurum - Old wine, old friend and old gold (The virtue of old age)
  23. Aurora Musis amica - Dawn is friend of the muses (The early bird gets the warm)
  24. Beatus est qui non caret de amici - Blessed is he who is not without friends
  25. Cisne carnem amicum inveni? - ¿Perhaps I have not found a friendly man?

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