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Latin mottoes,phrases,and abbreviations. tempus fugit. time flies. Semper fidelis. Always faithful. semper paratus. always prepared. caveat emptor. Let the buyer beware!. persona non grata. a person not welcome. Habeas corpus. You have the body. Cogito ergo sum.

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tempus fugit
tempus fugit

time flies

semper fidelis
Semperfidelis

Always faithful

semper paratus
semper paratus

always prepared

caveat emptor
caveat emptor

Let the buyer beware!

persona non grata
persona non grata

a person not welcome

habeas corpus
Habeas corpus

You have the body

cogito ergo sum
Cogito ergo sum

I think, therefore I am

e pluribus unum
E pluribus unum

One out of many

quid pro quo
quid pro quo

this for that

ad hominem
Ad hominem

To the man

carpe diem
Carpe diem

Seize the day

annuit coeptis
annuit coeptis

He (God) watched over our beginnings

novus ordo saeclorum
novus ordo saeclorum

a new order of the ages

errare humanum est
errare humanum est

To err is human…

ad astra per aspera
Ad astra per aspera

To the stars through difficulties

modus operandi m o
Modus operandi (M.O.)

Mode of operating

ad infinitum
Ad infinitum

To infinity

ad nauseam
ad nauseam

to a sickening or disgusting point

sine qua non
sine qua non

“without which not,”

i.e., a necessity

festina lente
festina lente

“hurry slowly”

cave canem
CAVE CANEM

Beware of the dog!

veni vidi vici
veni, vidi, vici

“I came, I saw, I conquered,” said Gaius Julius Caesar .

bona fide
bona fide

in good faith

lapsus linguae
Lapsuslinguae

Slip of the tongue

ad hoc
Ad hoc

For this purpose

alter ego
Alter ego

Other self

status quo
status quo

situation which is

cum grano salis
Cum granosalis

With a grain of salt

senatus populusque romanus s p q r
SENATUS POPULUSQUE ROMANUS S P Q R

The Senate and the Roman People

ars longa vita brevis
Arslonga, vita brevis

Art is long, life is short

de facto
De facto

According to the fact

de iure
De iure

According to the law

alma mater
Alma mater

Nurturing mother

magna cum laude
Magna cum laude

With great honor

curriculum vitae c v
Curriculum vitae (C.V.)

Resume- the course of your life

ab ovo usque ad mala
Abovousque ad mala

From the egg all the way to apples

non compos mentis
Non compos mentis

Not sound of mind

citius altius fortius
Citius, altius, fortius

Swifter, higher, stronger

mea culpa mihi ignosce
Mea culpa, mihiignosce

My fault, excuse me

pro bono
Pro bono

For the good

per capita
Per capita

By the heads

de gustibus non est disputandum
De gustibus non est disputandum

There is no disputing about tastes.

mens sana in corpore sano
Menssana in corporesano

A sound mind in a sound body

and

ars artis gratia
Arsartis gratia

Art for the sake of art

in loco parentis
In loco parentis

In place of a parent

non sequitur
Non sequitur

It does not follow

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9

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A.D.

(anno domini)

In the year of our Lord

ad lib
Ad lib.

(Ad libitum)

Freely, without script

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a.m.

(ante meridiem)

Before noon

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p.m.

(Post meridiem)

After noon

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e.g.

exempli gratia =

Lit: for the sake of example;

for example

et al
et al.

“et alii” =

and others (people)

authors

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etc.

“et cetera” = and other things

The store sells bananas, oranges, apples, grapes, etc.

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i.e.

“id est” = “that is”

gives an explanation

pro tem
pro tem.

“pro tempore” =

for the time being, i.e., temporarily

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P.S.

“post scriptum” =

written afterwards

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Rx

Recipe-take as directed

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vs

Versus, against

a u c
A.U.C.

“ab urbe condita”

from the founding of the city (Rome) (753 B.C.)