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Transcript of Latin proverbs
Latin aphorism usually translated to "seize the day", taken from a poem in the Odes.
In vino veritas
Is a Latin phrase which translates as "in wine there is truth".
The expression, together with its counterpart in Greek.
(C.V.) gives an overview of a
person's experience and other qualifications
is a Latin phrase meaning
changing [only] those things which need to be changed"
or more simply
"[only] the necessary changes having been made"
Lupus In Fabula
The Latin expression
Lupus In Fabula
can be translated as
the wolf in a tale speech
. The origin of this expression can be related to the frequency of wolves in tales (ex:
lupus et agnus
Urbi et orbi
Christmas and Easter
Sint-Pieter in Rome
12 o'clock noon
Cogito ergo sum
Your senses can cheat to you. Maybe you're possessed of a demon. The fact that you're in doubt, makes that you exist.
Si vis pacem, para bellum
347 BC: the Laws of Plato
soldiers take courage from this
Laura Cid Martínez
Lidia López-Briñias Pérez-Vico
For the city and for the world
If you want peace, prepare for war
I think, so I am
Translated smoothly: I think so I exist
Curriculum vitae is a Latin expression which can be loosely translated as
[the] course of [my] life.
were used to think that
you could lose your speech if seen by a wolf.
It is used to show the
incoming of someone you were talking about.
" and "
" come from the Latin verb "
", meaning "to change"
Is a Latin phrase that means "always faithful" or "always loyal". In the United States it is best known as the motto of the United States Marine Corps. Elsewhere, it is a common motto for towns, families, schools, and military units.