ラテン語のフレーズ・まとめ / M-R(英訳付)

ラテン語のフレーズ・まとめ / A-L(英訳付)

ラテン語のフレーズ・まとめ / S-V(英訳付)

M Macte animo! Generose puer sic itur ad astra Young, cheer up! This is the way to the skies.
M macte virtutesic itur adastra those who excel, thus reach the stars
M magister dixit the teacher has said it
M magister meus Christus Christ is my teacher
M Magna Carta Great Charter
M magna cum laude with great praise
M magna di curant, parva neglegunt The gods care about great matters, but they neglect small ones
M magna est vis consuetudinis great is the power of habit
M Magna Europa est patria nostra Greater Europe is Our Fatherland
M magno cum gaudio with great joy
M magnum opus great work
M magnum vectigal est parsimonia Economy is a great revenue
M maior e longinquo reverentia greater reverence from afar
M maiora premunt greater things are pressing
M mala fide in bad faith
M Mala Ipsa Nova Bad News Itself
M mala tempora currunt bad times are upon us
M male captus bene detentus wrongly captured, properly detained
M Malo mori quam foedari Death rather than dishonour
M malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery
M malum discordiae apple of discord
M malum in se wrong in itself
M malum prohibitum wrong due to being prohibited
M malum quo communius eo peius the more common an evil is, the worse it is
M manu forte literally translated means 'with a strong hand', often quoted as 'by strength of hand'
M manibus date lilia plenis give lilies with full hands
M manu militari with a military hand
M manu propria(m.p.) with one's own hand
M manus manum lavat one hand washes the other
M manus multae cor unum many hands, one heart
M manus nigra black hand
M marcet sine adversario virtus valor becomes feeble without an opponent
M mare clausum closed sea
M Mare Ditat, Rosa Decorat The sea enriches, the rose adorns
M mare liberum free sea
M mare nostrum our sea
M Mater Dei Mother of God
M mater familias the mother of the family
M Mater semper certa est the mother is always certain
M materia medica medical matter
M maxima debetur puero reverentia greatest deference is owed to the child
M me vexat pede it annoys me at the foot
M mea culpa through my fault
M mea navis aëricumbens anguillis abundat My hovercraft is full of eels
M media vita in morte sumus In the midst of our lives we die
M Mediolanum captum est Milan has been captured
M meliora better things
M Meliorare legem meliorare vitam est To improve the law is to improve life.
M Meliorem lapsa locavit He has planted one better than the one fallen.
M Melita, domi adsum Honey, I'm home!
M memento mori remember that [you will] die
M memento vivere remember to live
M meminerunt omnia amantes lovers remember all
M memores acti prudentes futuri mindful of things done, aware of things to come
M Memoriae Sacrum (M.S.) Sacred to the Memory (of ...)
M mens agitat molem the mind moves the mass
M mens et manus mind and hand
M mens rea guilty mind
M mens sana in corpore sano a sound mind in a sound body
M metri causa for the sake of themetre
M Miles Gloriosus Glorious Soldier
M miles praesidii libertatis Soldier of the Bastion of Freedom
M mictus cruentus bloody urine
M minatur innocentibus qui parcit nocentibus he threatens the innocent who spares the guilty
M mirabile dictu wonderful to tell
M mirabile visu wonderful to see
M mirum videtur quod sit factum iam diu Does it seem wonderful [merely] because it was done a long time/so long ago?
M miscerique probat populos et foedera jungi He approves of the mingling of the peoples and their bonds of union
M misera est servitus ubi jus est aut incognitum aut vagum miserable is that state of slavery in which the law is unknown or uncertain
M miserabile visu terrible to see
M miserere nobis have mercy upon us
M Missio Dei the Mission of God
M missit me Dominus the Lord has sent me
M mittimus we send
M mobilis in mobili "moving in a moving thing" or, poetically, "changing through the changing medium"
M modus operandi (M.O.) method of operating
M modus ponens method of placing
M modus tollens method of removing
M modus vivendi method of living
M Monasterium sine libris est sicut civitas sine opibus A monastery without books is like a city without wealth
M montani semper liberi mountaineers [are] always free
M Montis Insignia Calpe Badge of the Rock of Gibraltar
M more ferarum like beasts
M morior invictus I die unvanquished[52]
M morituri nolumus mori we who are about to die don't want to
M morituri te salutant those who are about to die salute you
M mors certa, hora incerta death is certain, its hour is uncertain
M mors mihi lucrum death to me is reward
M mors omnibus death to all
M mors tua, vita mea your death, my life
M mors vincit omnia "death conquers all" or "death always wins"
M morte magis metuenda senectus old age should rather be feared than death
M mortui vivos docent The dead teach the living
M mortuum flagellas you are flogging a dead
M mos maiorum the custom of our ancestors
M motu proprio on his own initiative
M mulgere hircum to milk a male goat
M mulier est hominis confusio woman is man's ruin
M multa paucis Say much in few words
M multis e gentibus vires from many peoples, strength
M multitudo sapientium sanitas orbis a multitude of the wise is the health of the world
M multum in parvo much in little
M mundus senescit the world grows old
M mundus vult decipi the world wants to be deceived
M mundus vult decipi, ergo decipiatur the world wants to be deceived, so let it be deceived
M munit haec et altera vincit this one defends and the other one conquers
M mutatis mutandis after changing what needed to be changed
M mutato nomine de te fabula narratur change but the name, and the story is told of yourself
N nanos gigantum humeris insidentes Dwarfs standing on the shoulders of giants
N nascentes morimur finisque ab origine pendet When we are born we die, our end is but the pendant of our beginning
N nasciturus pro iam nato habetur, quotiens de commodis eius agitur The unborn is deemed to have been born to the extent that his own inheritance is concerned
N natura abhorret a vacuo nature abhors vacuum
N natura artis magistra Nature is the teacher of art
N natura nihil frustra facit nature does nothing in vain
N natura non contristatur nature is not saddened
N natura non facit saltum ita nec lex nature does not make a leap, thus neither does the law
N natura non facit saltus nature makes no leaps
N natura valde simplex est et sibi consona Nature is exceedingly simple and harmonious with itself
N naturalia non sunt turpia What is natural is not dirty
N naturam expellas furca, tamen usque recurret. You may drive out Nature with a pitchfork, yet she still will hurry back
N navigare necesse est vivere non est necesse to sail is necessary; to live is not necessary
N ne plus ultra nothing more beyond
N ne supra crepidam sutor iudicaret a shoemaker should not judge beyond the shoe
N ne te quaesiveris extra do not seek outside yourself
N Nec aspera terrent They are not terrified of the rough things
N Nec deus intersit, nisi dignus vindice nodus (inciderit) That a god not intervene, unless a knot show up that be worthy of such an untangler
N nec dextrorsum, nec sinistrorsum Neither to the right nor to the left
N nec spe, nec metu without hope, without fear
N nec tamen consumebatur and yet it was not consumed
N nec temere nec timide neither reckless nor timid
N nec vi, nec clam, nec precario Without permission, without secrecy, without interruption
N neca eos omnes, deus suos agnoscet kill them all, God will know his own
N necesse est aut imiteris aut oderis you must either imitate or loathe the world
N necessitas etiam timidos fortes facit need makes even the timid brave
N nemine contradicente(nem. con., N.C.D.) with no one speaking against
N nemo contra Deum nisi Deus ipse No one against God except God himself
N nemo dat quod non habet no one gives what he does not have
N nemo est supra legem nobody is above the law; ornemo est supra leges, nobody is above the laws
N Nemo igitur vir magnus sine aliquo adflatu divino umquam fuit No great man ever existed who did not enjoy some portion of divine inspiration
N nemo iudex in causa sua no man shall be a judge in his own cause
N nemo malus felix peace visits not the guilty mind
N nemo me impune lacessit No one provokes me with impunity
N nemo mortalium omnibus horis sapit No mortal is wise at all times
N nemo nisi per amicitiam cognoscitur No one learns except by friendship
N nemo propheta in patria (sua) no man is a prophet in his own land
N nemo saltat sobrius Nobody dances sober
N nemo tenetur se ipsum accusare no one is bound to accuse himself (the right to silence)
N neque semper arcum tendit Apollo nor does Apollo always keep his bow drawn
N Ne quid nimis Nothing in excess
N nervos belli, pecuniam infinitam Endless money forms the sinews of war
N nihil ad rem nothing to do with the point
N nihil boni sine labore nothing achieved without hard work
N nihil dicit he says nothing
N nihil enim lacrima citius arescit nothing dries sooner than a tear
N nihil humanum mihi alienum nothing human is alien to me
N nihil in intellectu nisi prius in sensu nothing in the intellect unless first in sense
N nihil nimis nothing too
N nihil novi nothing of the new
N nihil obstat nothing prevents
N nihil sine Deo nothing without God
N nihil ultra nothing beyond
N nil admirari be surprised at nothing
N nil desperandum nothing must be despaired at
N nil igitur fieri de nilo posse fatendumst nothing, therefore, we must confess, can be made from nothing
N Nil igitur mors est ad nos Death, therefore, is nothing to us
N nil mortalibus ardui est nothing is impossible for humankind
N nil nisi bonum (about the dead say) nothing unless (it is) good
N nil nisi malis terrori no terror, except to the bad
N nil per os, rarely non per os (n.p.o.) nothing through the mouth
N nil satis nisi optimum nothing [is] enough unless [it is] the best
N nil sine labore nothing without labour
N nil sine numine nothing without the divine will
N nil volentibus arduum Nothing [is] arduous for the willing
N nisi Dominus frustra if not the Lord, [it is] in vain
N nisi paria non pugnant it takes two to make a fight
N nisi prius unless previously
N nitimur in vetitum We strive for the forbidden
N nobis bene, nemini male Good for us, Bad for no one
N nolens volens unwilling, willing
N noli me tangere do not touch me
N noli turbare circulos meos Do not disturb my circles!
N "nolite te bastardes carborundorum" (Dog Latin) "Don't let the bastards grind you down
N nolle prosequi to be unwilling to prosecute
N nolo contendere I do not wish to contend
N nomen amicitiae sic, quatenus expedit, haeret the name of friendship lasts just so long as it is profitable
N nomen dubium doubtful name
N nomen est omen the name is a sign
N nomen nescio (N.N.) I do not know the name
N nomen nudum naked name
N non auro, sed ferro, recuperanda est patria Not gold, but iron redeems the native land
N non bene pro toto libertas venditur auro liberty is not well sold for all the gold
N non bis in idem not twice in the same thing
N non canimus surdis, respondent omnia silvae we sing not to the deaf; the trees echo every word
N non causa pro causa not the cause for the cause
N non compos mentis not in control of the mind
N non constat it is not certain
N non diligere Deum, qui mandata eius participando cum perfidis non custodit God does not love those who allow perfidy.
N non ducor, duco I am not led; I lead
N non est factum it is not [my] deed
N non est princeps super leges, sed leges supra principem the prince is not above the laws, but the laws above the prince.
N non extinguetur shall not be extinguished
N non facias malum ut inde fiat bonum you should not make evil in order that good may be made from it
N non hos quaesitum munus in usus A gift sought for no such purpose
N non impediti ratione cogitationis unencumbered by the thought process
N non in legendo sed in intelligendo leges consistunt the laws depend not on being read, but on being understood
N non liquet it is not proven
N non loqui sed facere not talk but action
N non mihi solum not for myself alone
N non ministrari sed ministrare not to be served, but to serve
N non multa sed multum not quantity but quality
N Non nobis Domine Not to us (oh) Lord
N non nobis nati 'Born not for ourselves'
N non nobis solum not for ourselves alone
N non numerantur, sed ponderantur they are not counted, but weighed
N non obstante veredicto not standing in the way of averdict
N non olet it doesn't smell
N non omnia possumus omnest not everyone can do everything
N non omnis moriar I shall not all die
N non plus ultra nothing further beyond
N non possumus not possible
N non possunt primi esse omnes omni in tempore not everyone can occupy the first rank forever
N non progredi est regredi to not go forward is to go backward
N non prosequitur he does not proceed
N non scholae sed vitae [We learn] not for school but for life
N non qui parum habet, set qui plus cupit, pauper est It is not he who has little, but he who wants more, who is the pauper.
N non quis sed quid not who but what
N non sequitur it does not follow
N non serviam I will not serve
N non sibi Not for self
N non sibi, sed patriae Not for self, but for country
N non sibi, sed suis Not for one's self but for one's own
N non sibi, sed omnibus Not for one's self but for all
N non sic dormit, sed vigilat Sleeps not but is awake
N non silba, sed anthar; Deo vindice Not for self, but for others; God will vindicate
N non sum qualis eram I am not such as I was
N non teneas aurum totum quod splendet ut aurum Do not hold as gold all that shines as gold
N non timebo mala I will fear no evil
N non vestra sed vos Not yours but you
N non vitae sed scholae [We learn] not for life but for schooltime
N non vi, sed verbo Not by force, but by the word [of God]
N nosce te ipsum know thyself
N noster nostri Literally "Our ours"
N nota bene (n.b.) mark well
N novus ordo seclorum new order of the ages
N nulla dies sine linea Not a day without a line drawn
N nulla dies umquam memori vos eximet aevo No day shall erase you from the memory of time
N nulla poena sine lege no penalty without a law
N nulla quaestio there is no question, there is no issue
N nulla tenaci invia est via For the tenacious, no road is impassable
N nullam rem natam no thing born
N nulli secundus second to none
N nullius in verba On the word of no man
N nullum crimen, nulla poena sine praevia lege poenali no crime, no punishment without a previous penal law
N nullum magnum ingenium sine mixtura dementiae fuit There has been no great wisdom without an element of madness
N nullum funus sine fidula No Funeral Without a Fiddle
N numen lumen God our light
N numerus clausus closed number
N nunc aut nunquam now or never
N nunc dimittis now you send
N nunc est bibendum now is the time to drink
N nunc pro tunc now for then
N nunc scio quid sit amor now I know what love is
N nunquam minus solus quam cum solus never less alone than when alone
N nunquam non paratus never unprepared, ever ready, always ready
O O Deus Ego Amo Te O God I Love You
O O fortunatos nimium sua si bona norint, agricolas The farmers would count themselves lucky, if only they knew how good they had it
O o homines ad servitutem paratos Men ready to be slaves!
O O tempora, o mores! Oh, the times! Oh, the morals!
O Obedientia civium urbis felicitas The obedience of the citizens makes us a happy city
O obiit (ob.) one died
O obit anus, abit onus The old woman dies, the burden is lifted
O obiter dictum a thing said in passing
O obliti privatorum, publica curate Forget private affairs, take care of public ones
O obscuris vera involvens the truth being enveloped by obscure things
O obscurum per obscurius the obscure by means of the more obscure
O obtorto collo with a twisted neck
O oculus dexter (O.D.) right eye
O oculus sinister (O.S.) left eye
O oderint dum metuant let them hate, so long as they fear
O odi et amo I hate and I love
O odi profanum vulgus et arceo I hate the unholy rabble and keep them away
O odium theologicum theological hatred
O oleum camino (pour) oil on the fire
O omne ignotum pro magnifico every unknown thing [is taken] for great
O omne initium difficile est every beginning is difficult
O omne vivum ex ovo every living thing is from an egg
O Omnes homines sunt asini vel homines et asini sunt asini All men are donkeys or men and donkeys are donkeys
O omnes vulnerant, postuma necat oromnes feriunt, ultima necat all [the hours] wound, last one kills
O omnia cum deo all with God
O omnia dicta fortiora si dicta Latina everything said [is] stronger if said in Latin
O omnia extares! Interpreted as "Let it all hang out!", but in fact incorrect Latin construction with no real meaning[69]
O omnia in mensura et numero et pondere disposuisti Thou hast ordered all things in measure, and number, and weight.
O omnia mutantur, nihil interit everything changes, nothing perishes
O omnia omnibus all things to all men
O si omnia ficta if all (the words of poets) is fiction
O omnia vincit amor love conquers all
O omnia munda mundis everything [is] pure to the pure [men]
O omnia praesumuntur legitime facta donec probetur in contrarium all things are presumed to be lawfully done, until it is shown [to be] in the reverse
O omnis vir enim sui Every man for himself!
O omnibus idem the same to all
O omnibus locis fit caedes There is slaughter everywhere (in every place)
O omnis traductor traditor every translator is a traitor
O omnis vir tigris everyone a tiger
O omnium gatherum gathering of all
O onus probandi burden of proof
O onus procedendi burden of procedure
O opera omnia all works
O opera posthuma posthumous works
O operari sequitur esse act of doing something follows the act of being
O opere citato (op. cit.) in the work that was cited
O opere et veritate in action and truth
O opere laudato (op. laud.)
O operibus anteire leading the way with deeds
O ophidia in herba a snake in the grass
O opinio juris sive necessitatis an opinion of law or necessity
O opus anglicanum English work
O Opus Dei The Work of God
O ora et labora pray and work
O ora pro nobis pray for us
O orando laborando by praying, by working
O oratio directa direct speech
O oratio obliqua indirect speech
O orbis non sufficit the world does not suffice or the world is not enough
O orbis unum one world
O ordo ab chao out of chaos, comes order
O (oremus) pro invicem (Let us pray), one for the other; let us pray for each other
O orta recens quam pura nites newly risen, how brightly you shine
P pace Ablative form of peace
P pace tua with your peace
P Pacem in terris Peace on Earth
P pacta sunt servanda agreements must be kept
P palma non sine pulvere no reward without effort
P palmam qui meruit ferat He who has earned the palm, let him bear it.
P panem et circenses bread and circuses
P para bellum prepare for war
P parare Domino plebem perfectam to prepare for God a perfect people
P parce sepulto forgive the interred
P parens patriae parent of the nation
P pari passu with equal step
P parturiunt montes, nascetur ridiculus mus The mountains are in labour, a ridiculous mouse will be born.
P parum luceat It does not shine [being darkened by shade].
P parva sub ingenti the small under the huge
P parvis imbutus tentabis grandia tutus When you are steeped in little things, you shall safely attempt great things.
P passim here and there, everywhere
P pater familias father of the family
P Pater Omnipotens Father Almighty
P Pater Patriae father of the nation
P pater peccavi father, I have sinned
P pauca sed bona few, but good
P pauca sed matura few, but ripe
P paulatim ergo certe slowly therefore surely
P pax aeterna eternal peace
P Pax Americana American Peace
P Pax Britannica British Peace
P Pax Christi Peace of Christ
P pax Dei peace of God
P Pax Deorum Peace of the gods
P Pax Domine peace, lord
P pax et bonum peace and the good
P pax et justitia peace and justice
P pax et lux peace and light
P Pax Europaea European peace
P Pax Hispanica Spanish Peace
P pax in terra peace on earth
P Pax intrantibus, salus exeuntibus Peace to those who enter, health to those who depart.
P pax matrum, ergo pax familiarum peace of mothers, therefore peace of families
P Pax Mongolica Mongolian Peace
P pax optima rerum peace is the greatest good
P Pax Romana Roman Peace
P Pax Sinica Chinese Peace
P pax tecum peace be with you (singular)
P Pax tibi, Marce, evangelista meus. Hic requiescet corpus tuum. Peace to you, Mark, my Evangelist. Here will rest your body.
P pax vobiscum peace [be] with you
P peccavi I have sinned
P pecunia non olet money doesn't smell
P pecunia, si uti scis, ancilla est; si nescis, domina if you know how to use money, money is your slave; if you don't, money is your master
P pede poena claudo punishment comes limping
P pendent opera interrupta the work hangs interrupted
P per By, through, by means of
P per angusta ad augusta through difficulties to greatness
P per annum (pa.) each year
P per ardua through adversity
P per ardua ad alta through difficulty to heights
P per ardua ad astra through adversity to the stars
P per aspera ad astra through hardships to the stars
P per capita by heads
P per capsulam through the small box
P per contra through the contrary
P per crucem vincemus through the cross we shall conquer
P Per Crucem Crescens through the cross, growth
P per curiam through the senate
P per definitionem through the definition
P per diem (pd.) by day
P per fas et nefas through right or wrong
P per fidem intrepidus fearless through faith
P per literas regias (per lit. reg.) or per regias literas (per reg. lit.) by royal letters
P per mare per terram by sea and by land
P per mensem (pm.) by month
P per os (p.o.) through the mouth
P per pedes by feet
P per procura (p.p.)or (per pro) through the agency
P per quod by reason of which
P per rectum (pr) through the rectum
P per rectum ad astra via rectum to the stars
P per risum multum poteris cognoscere stultum by excessive laughter one can recognise the fool
P per se through itself
P per stirpes through the roots
P per unitatem vis through unity, strength
P per veritatem vis through truth, strength
P per volar sunata[sic] born to soar
P Perfer et obdura; dolor hic tibi proderit olim Be patient and tough; some day this pain will be useful to you.
P periculum in mora danger in delay
P perinde ac [si]cadaver [essent] [well-disciplined] like a corpse
P perita manus mens exculta skilled hand, cultivated mind
P perge sequar advance, I follow
P Pericula ludus Danger is my pleasure
P perpetuum mobile thing in perpetual motion
P Perseverantia et Fide in Deo Perseverance and Faith in God
P persona non grata person not pleasing
P petitio principii request of the beginning
P pia desideria pious longings
P pia fraus pious fraud
P pia mater pious mother
P Pietate et doctrina tuta libertas Freedom is made safe through character and learning
P pinxit one painted
P piscem natare doces [you] teach a fish to swim
P placet it pleases
P pluralis majestatis plural of majesty
P pluralis modestiae plural of modesty
P plus minusve(p.m.v.) more or less
P plus ultra further beyond
P pollice compresso favor iudicabatur goodwill decided by compressed thumb
P pollice verso with a turned thumb
P Polonia Restituta Rebirth of Poland
P pons asinorum bridge of asses
P Pontifex Maximus Greatest High Priest
P posse comitatus force of the county
P possunt quia posse videntur They can because they think they can
P post aut propter after it or by means of it
P post cibum (p.c.) after food
P post coitum After sex
P post coitum omne animal triste est sive gallus et mulier After sexual intercourse every animal is sad, except the cock (rooster) and the woman
P post hoc ergo propter hoc after this, therefore because of this
P post festum after the feast
P post meridiem(p.m.) after midday
P post mortem (pm) after death
P Post mortem auctoris (p.m.a.) after the author's death
P post nubila phoebus after the clouds, the sun
P post nubes lux out of darkness, light
P post prandial after “late breakfast”
P post scriptum(p.s.) after what has been written
P post tenebras lux, or post tenebras spero lucem after darkness, [I hope for] light
P postera crescam laude we grow in the esteem of future generations
P potest solum unum There can be only one
P praemia virtutis honores honours are the rewards of virtue
P praemonitus praemunitus forewarned is forearmed
P praesis ut prosis ne ut imperes Lead in order to serve, not in order to rule.
P praeter legem after the law
P Praga Caput Regni Prague, Head of the Kingdom
P Praga Caput Rei publicae Prague, Head of the Republic
P Praga mater urbium Prague, Mother of Cities
P Praga totius Bohemiae domina Prague, the mistress of the whole of Bohemia
P Pretium Laborum Non Vile No mean reward for labour
P pretiumque et causa laboris The prize and the cause of our labour
P prima facie at first sight
P prima luce at dawn
P primas sum: primatum nil a me alienum puto I am a primate; nothing about primates is outside of my bailiwick
P primum mobile first moving thing
P primum movens prime mover
P primum non nocere first, to not harm
P primus inter pares first among equals
P principia probant non probantur principles prove; they are not proved
P principiis obsta (et respice finem) resist the beginnings (and consider the end)
P principium individuationis Individuation
P prior tempore potior iure earlier in time, stronger in law
P pro aris et focis For God and country
P pro bonopublico for the public good
P pro Brasilia fiant eximia let exceptional things be made for Brazil
P pro Deo et Patria For God and Country
P pro domo (sua) for (one’s own) home or house
P pro Ecclesia, pro Texana For Church, For Texas
P pro fide et patria for faith and fatherland
P pro forma for form
P pro gloria et patria for glory and fatherland
P pro hac vice for this occasion
P pro multis for many
P pro parte in part
P pro patria for country
P pro patria vigilans watchful for the country
P pro per for self
P pro rata for the rate
P pro re nata (PRN, prn) for a thing that has been born
P pro rege et lege for king and the law
P pro rege, lege et grege for king, the law and the people
P pro se for oneself
P pro scientia atque sapientia for knowledge and wisdom
P pro scientia et patria for science and nation
P pro studio et labore for study and work
P pro tanto for so much
P pro tempore for the time (being)
P probatio pennae testing of the pen
P probis pateo I am open for honest people
P prodesse quam conspici To Accomplish Rather Than To Be Conspicuous
P propria manu(p.m.) "by one's own hand"
P propter vitam vivendi perdere causas to destroy the reasons for living for the sake of life
P protectio trahit subjectionem, et subjectio protectionem Protection draws allegiance, and allegiance draws protection
P provehito in altum launch forward into the deep
P proxime accessit he came next
P proximo mense(prox.) in the following month
P pulchrum est paucorum hominum Beauty is for the few
P pulvis et umbra sumus we are dust and shadow
P punctum saliens leaping point
P purificatus non consumptus purified, not consumed
Q qua definitione by virtue of definition
Q qua patet orbis as far as the world extends
Q quae non prosunt singula multa iuvant what alone is not useful helps when accumulated
Q quaecumque sunt vera whatsoever is true
Q quaecumque vera doce me teach me whatsoever is true
Q quaere to seek
Q quaerite primum regnum Dei seek ye first the kingdom of God
Q qualis artifex pereo As what kind of artist do I perish?
Q Qualitas potentia nostra Quality is our might
Q quam bene non quantum how well, not how much
Q quam bene vivas referre (orrefert), non quam diu it is how well you live that matters, not how long
Q quamdiu (se) bene gesserit as long as he shall have behaved well(legal Latin)
Q quantociusquantotius the sooner, the better
Q quantum libet(q.l.) as much as pleases
Q quantum sufficit(qs) as much as is enough
Q quaque hora (qh) every hour
Q quare clausum fregit wherefore he broke the close
Q quater in die(qid) four times a day
Q quem deus vult perdere, dementat prius Whom the gods would destroy, they first make insane
Q quem di diligunt adulescens moritur he whom the gods love dies young
Q questio quid iuris I ask what law?
Q qui audet adipiscitur Who Dares Wins
Q qui bene cantat bis orat he who sings well praises twice
Q qui bono who with good
Q qui docet in doctrina he that teacheth, on teaching
Q qui habet aures audiendi audiat he who has ears to hear shall hear
Q qui me tangit, vocem meam audit who touches me, hears my voice
Q qui tacet consentire videtur he who is silent is taken to agree
Q qui tam pro domino rege quam pro se ipso in hac parte sequitur he who brings an action for the king as well as for himself
Q qui totum vult totum perdit he who wants everything loses everything
Q qui transtulit sustinet he who transplanted still sustains
Q quia suam uxorem etiam suspicione vacare vellet because he should wish even his wife to be free from suspicion
Q quid agis What are you doing?
Q quid est veritas What is truth?
Q quid infantes sumus What are we, a bunch of babies?
Q quid novi ex Africa What of the new out of Africa?
Q quid nunc What now?
Q quid pro quo what for what
Q Quid rides? Mutato nomine de te fabula narratur. Why do you laugh? Change but the name, and the story is told of yourself.
Q quidquid Latine dictum sit altum videtur whatever has been said in Latin seems deep
Q quieta non movere don't move settled things
Q Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Who will guard the guards themselves?
Q quis leget haec? Who will read this?
Q quis separabit? Who will separate us?
Q quis ut Deus Who [is] as God?
Q quo errat demonstrator where the prover errs
Q quo fata ferunt where the fates bear us to
Q Quod verum tutum what is true is right
Q quousque tandem? For how much longer?
Q Quo Vadimus? Where are we going?
Q quo vadis? Where are you going?
Q quocunque jeceris stabit whithersoever you throw it, it will stand
Q quod abundat non obstat what is abundant doesn't hinder
Q quod cito fit, cito perit what is done quickly, perishes quickly
Q quod erat demonstrandum(Q.E.D.) what was to be demonstrated
Q quod erat faciendum(Q.E.F) which was to be done
Q quod est (q.e.) which is
Q quod est necessarium est licitum what is necessary is lawful
Q quod gratis asseritur, gratis negatur what is asserted without reason may be denied without reason
Q quod licet Iovi, non licet bovi what is permitted toJupiter is not permitted to an ox
Q quod me nutrit me destruit what nourishes me destroys me
Q quod natura non dat Salmantica non praestat what nature does not give,Salamancadoes not provide
Q quod non fecerunt barbari, fecerunt Barberini What the barbarians did not do, the Barberini did
Q quod periit, periit What is gone is gone
Q quod scripsi, scripsi What I have written I have written.
Q quod supplantandum, prius bene sciendum Whatever you hope to supplant, you will first know thoroughly
Q quod vide (q.v.) which see
Q Quodcumque dixerit vobis, facite. Whatever He tells you, that you shall do.
Q quomodo vales How are you?
Q quorum of whom
Q quos amor verus tenuit tenebit Those whom true love has held, it will go on holding
Q quot capita tot sensus as many heads, so many opinions
Q quot homines tot sententiae every man had his sentence
R radix malorum est cupiditas the root of evils is desire
R rara avis(rarissima avis) rare bird (very rare bird)
R rari nantes in gurgite vasto Rare survivors in the immense sea
R ratio decidendi reasoning for the decision
R ratio legis reasoning of law
R ratione personae by reason of his/her person
R ratione soli by account of the ground
R ratum etconsummatum confirmed and completed
R ratum tantum confirmed only
R re [in] the matter of
R rebus sic stantibus with matters standing thus
R recte et fortiter Upright and Strong
R recte et fideliter Upright and Faithful
R reductio ad absurdum leading back to the absurd
R reductio ad Hitlerum leading back to Hitler
R reductio ad infinitum leading back to the infinite
R Regem ego comitem me comes regem you made me a Count, I will make you a King
R Reginam occidere From "Reginam occidere nolite timere bonum est si omnes consentiunt ego non contradico", a sentence whose meaning is highly dependent on punctuation: either the speaker wishes a queen killed or not.[80]
R regnat populus the people rule
R Regnum Mariae Patrona Hungariae Kingdom of Mary, the Patron of Hungary
R regressus ad uterum return to the womb
R rem acu tetigisti You have touched the point with a needle
R repetita iuvant repeating does good
R repetitio est mater studiorum repetition is the mother of study/learning
R requiem aeternam eternal rest
R requiescat in pace (R.I.P.) let him/her rest in peace
R rerum cognoscere causas to learn the causes of things
R res firma mitescere nescit a firm resolve does not know how to weaken
R res gestae things done
R res ipsa loquitur the thing speaks for itself
R res judicata judged thing
R res, non verba "actions speak louder than words", or "deeds, not words"
R res nullius nobody's property
R res publica Pertaining to the state or public
R respice adspice prospice look behind, look here, look ahead
R respice finem look back at the end
R respondeat superior let the superior respond
R restitutio ad(or in)integrum restoration to original condition
R resurgam I shall arise
R retine vim istam, falsa enim dicam, si coges Restrain your strength, for if you compel me I will tell lies
R rex regum fidelum et king even of faithful kings
R rigor mortis stiffness of death
R risum teneatis, amici? Can you help laughing, friends?
R risus abundat in ore stultorum laughter is abundant in the mouth of fools
R Roma invicta Unconquerable Rome
R Roma locuta, causa finita Rome has spoken, the case is closed
R Romanes eunt domus People called Romans they go the house
R rorate coeli drop down ye heavens
R rosa rubicundior, lilio candidior, omnibus formosior, semper in te glorior redder than the rose, whiter than the lilies, fairer than all things, I do ever glory in thee
R Rosam quae meruit ferat She who has earned the rose may bear it
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