Latin words for your stories
Here are some phrases you could use in your stories! If there are any phrases or words you would like to know, just ask and I will get it to you! I will be adding more phrases and words frequently. Perfruor!
Aut vincere aut mori - Either conquer or die
A cruce salus - From the cross comes salvation
A Deo et Rege - From God and the King
A fortiori - With yet stronger reason
A pedibus usque ad caput - From feet to head
A verbis ad verbera - From words to blows
Dum Spiro Spera= While I breath, I hope
Fides Omnia Vincit= Faith conquers all
Alea Iacta Est= The die is cast
Veni, Vidi, Vici= Came, Saw, Conquered
Bellus Bellum Gratia= War for War's Sake
Citius, Altius, Fortius= Swifter, Higher, Stronger
Semper Paratus= Always Ready
Potentia per Scientia= Power through knowledge
Veritas vos liberabit= The Truth will set you free
Dum licet, utere= While it is permitted, use it
Pro bono publico= For the public good
Ab origine - From the origin
Facta non verba= Deeds not words
Absit invidia - No offence intended
Ab uno disce omnes - From one person, learn all people
ivide et Impera= Divide and Rule
Fortes Fortuna Aduvat= Fortune favors the brave.
Fiat Iustitia!= Let there be Justice.
Primus inter pares= First among equals
Defensor Fidei= Defender of the faith
Persta Atque Obdure= Stand firm and also have strength.
Nemo est supra leges= No man is above the law.
Necessitas non habet legem= Necessity does not know any law.
Principatus virum ostendit= Leadership proves the man.
Amat victoria curam= Victory likes careful preparation.
Virescit vulnere virtus= Virtue grows powerful by wounds.
Crimine nemo caret= No man is free from accusation of wrong-doing.
Pauci sed boni= Few men, but good ones.
Post tenebras lux= After the darkness, comes light.
Mortui non dolent= The dead do not grieve.
Urbes constituit aetas, hora dissolvit= A period of time builds up cities, an hour destroys them.
Ignis aurum probat, miseria forte viros= Fire tests gold, misfortune tests brave men.
Silent leges inter arma= In time of war, the laws are silent.
Furor arma ministrat= Anger furnishes arms.
Crescit in adversis virtus= Virtue is born in hardship.
Estis servatus etsi estis obscenus= Be saved even though you are filthy.
Te Morituri Salutant= Those who are about to die salute you!