Latin phrases about love
Starting with phrase number 51

  1. Fac ut ardeat cor meum - Make my heart burn (Love phrase)
  2. Fenus pecuniae, funus animae - Love of money, Death of soul
  3. Fide et Amore - Fidelity and Love (Motto of the city of Osorno, Chile)
  4. Fortis est ut mors dilectio - Love is as strong as death
  5. Fraterna caritas est dulcis - Brotherly love is sweet
  6. Gratis et Amore - Free (of charge) and love
  7. Hic est filius meus dilectus - This is My beloved Son (Vulgate - Matthew 3,1)
  8. Hoc est praeceptum meum ut diligatis invicem sicut dilexi vos - This is my commandment to you, to love one another as I have loved you (Said by Jesus Christ - Vulgate - John 15, 12)
  9. Homo sine amore vivere nequit - A man without love cannot live
  10. Ille me amplexus atque osculans flere prohibebat - Hugging me and kissing me, he prevented me from crying (Love phrase - Cicero)
  11. In at flamma cardia - In the fire of my heart (Love phrase)
  12. In eo quod amatur, aut non laboratur, aut et labor amatur - There is no fatigue when is something you love, or you love that fatigue
  13. In veritatis lumine ad amoris vitam - In the light of truth for life in love (Motto Sacred Heart University in Lima-Peru)
  14. Inflamma cor nostrum amore tui - Inflates our heart with your love (This phrase appears in a church next to the image of Jesus)
  15. Intellectum valde ama - Strongly love intelligence (St. Augustine - Epist of Hippo in 120, 3.13: PL 33.459)
  16. Laudatores temporis acti - A lover of the past (which is constantly denigrating the present and idealizing the past)
  17. Lenire desiderium crebius epistolis - Make absence more bearable with frequent letters (Love phrase - Cicero - De senectute)
  18. Locus eremus - Solitary place (Love phrase - Refers to sensations and feelings of anxiety, fear, uncertainty, unhappiness and loneliness)
  19. Magnopere patrem diligebat quamquam eum numquam viderat - He loved his father, although he had never seen him
  20. Mater saeva Cupidinum - The savage mother of Cupid (Horace - Carmina I, 19, 1 - refers to Venus, the goddess of love)
  21. Melior est im via, amor Dei quam Dei cognitio - In this live it is better to love God, than to know him (Saint Thomas Aquinas)
  22. Miles ignote qui fortiter pro aris et focis invictus occubuisti, tibi parens patria illacrimans hoce monumentum dicat devovet peramanter adsumus, adsumus, adsumus miles ignote - Unknown Soldier, who fell bravely fighting undefeated by the altar and the home: with tears in her eyes and endearing love your motherland dedicates and consecrates this monument to you. Present, present, present, Unknown Soldier! (Dedication - Monument to the Unknown Soldier)
  23. Nemo potest duobus dominis servire aut enim unum odio habebit et alterum diliget aut unum sustinebit et alterum contemnet non potestis Deo servire et mamonae - No man can serve two masters. For either he will hate the one, and love the other: or he will sustain the one, and despise the other. You cannot serve God and money. (Vulgate - Matthew 6, 24 - Said by Jesus Christ)
  24. Neque porro quisquam est, qui dolorem ipsum, quia dolor sit, amet, consectetur, adipisci velit, sed quia non numquam eius modi tempora incidunt, ut labore et dolore magnam aliquam quaerat voluptatem - There is no one who loves pain itself, who seeks it and wants to have it, simply because it is pain, but because sometimes circumstances arise in such a way that with effort and pain they can obtain some great pleasure (Cicero - De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum I:32, “On the Extremes of Good and Evil” - This phrase was corrupted to produce the "Lorem Ipsum" text used to as a placeholder to show the layout of a document)
  25. Ni te plus oculis meis amarem - If I did not love you more than my own eyes (Gaius Valerius Catulo, Roman poet, 87-54 AC)

Total: 124
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