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Latin Phrase of the Day: Via Dolorosa

31 December 2013

Via Dolorosa The Way of Sorrow

Latin Phrase of the Day: Donna nobis pacem

30 December 2013

Donna nobis pacem Grant us peace

Latin Phrase of the Day: Qui vult dare parva non debet magna rogare

29 December 2013

Qui vult dare parva non debet magna rogare He who wishes to give little shouldn’t ask for much

Latin Phrase of the Day: Faciendum

28 December 2013

Faciendum Something which is to be done

Latin Phrase of the Day: Manus in mano

27 December 2013

Manus in mano Hand in hand

Latin Phrase of the Day: Licentia poetica

26 December 2013

Licentia poetica Poetic licence. (Seneca)

Latin Phrase of the Day: Ad vitam aut culpam

25 December 2013

Ad vitam aut culpam For life or until a misdeed

Latin Phrase of the Day: Aes alienum

24 December 2013

Aes alienum Money belonging to another; a debt

Latin Phrase of the Day: Ad alta

23 December 2013

Ad alta To the summit

Latin Phrase of the Day: Lux et veritas

22 December 2013

Lux et veritas Light and Truth

Latin Phrase of the Day: Erubuit, salva res est

21 December 2013

Erubuit, salva res est He blushed, the affair is safe (Terence)

Latin Phrase of the Day: Celeritas et veritas

20 December 2013

Celeritas et veritas Promptness and truth

Latin Phrase of the Day: Ad vivum

19 December 2013

Ad vivum To the life

Latin Phrase of the Day: Et sic fecit

18 December 2013

Et sic fecit And he or she did so

Latin Phrase of the Day: Quisque comoedum est

17 December 2013

Quisque comoedum est Everybody is a comedian


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