Latin Phrases and Quotes
Starting with phrase number 26

  1. A manu servi - With a servant hand (Used to describe the work of a ghost writer)
  2. A mari usque ad mare - From Sea to Sea (Canada's motto)
  3. A maximis ad minima - From the maximum to the minimum
  4. A mensa et thoro - From table and bed (Legal term - separation)
  5. A minima - For being too small (Legal term - Indicates that the case should go to a lower court)
  6. A nativitate - From birth
  7. A non domino - From the non owner (Legal term - Argument from the person who does not own the item in question)
  8. A novo - From new (Again)
  9. A pari - For the same (Philosophical term - Argument based on the similarity and equality of the facts)
  10. A pedibus usque ad caput - From foot to head
  11. A posse ad esse - From possibility to reality (Philosophical term )
  12. A posteriori - After the fact (Legal term - actions after the fact - also philosophical term: from what is before - Inductive reasoning)
  13. A priori - Before the fact (Legal term - Actions before the fact - First speech - Philosophical term: from what is before - Deductive reasoning)
  14. A quo - From which (Legal term - the point which is initial limit of time)
  15. A remotis - From remote (From far away)
  16. A saeculo confregisti iugum tuum, rupisti vincula tua et dixisti: "Non serviam" In omni enim colle sublimi et sub omni ligno frondoso tu prosternebaris meretrix - Long ago you broke off your yoke and tore off your bonds; you said, 'I will not serve you!' Indeed, on every high hill and under every spreading tree you lay down as a prostitute (Vulgate - Jeremiah 2, 20)
  17. A simili - By similarity
  18. A solis ortus cardine - From eastern lands that first see the sun (Ecclesiastical term - Hymn for Lauds of Christmas morning)
  19. A superbia initium sumpsit omnis perditio - From pride takes initiative all perdition(Ecclesiastical term used before the
  20. A tempo - In time (Musical term - directive to return to the original tempo)
  21. A verbis ad verbera - From words to blows (Legal term)
  22. A vinculo matrimonii - From the bounds of matrimony (Legal term)
  23. Ab abrupto - Abruptl
  24. Ab absurdo - From the absurd (Philosophical term - used in logic to argue that the oposing position is absurd)
  25. Ab aeterno - From the eternity

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