Here is a list of the Latin phrases we went over from the first marking period.
acta est fabula
it's all over, literally "the drama has been acted out"
a mensa et toro
from bed and board, kind of divorce, a separation of parties by an act of law
goddess of the morning
in private, literally "in a chamber"
he or she speaks, a stage direction abbreviated loq.
mortui non mordent
dead men carry no tales literally "dead men don't bite"
non bis in idem
not twice for the same thing
here and there, a scholarly reference also translated as "in various places"
qui docet discit
he who teaches, learns
Senatus Populusque Romanus
the Roman Senate and People abbreviated SPQR and is symbolic of Rome's Constitution
under the word, used for making a cross reference to an entry in another portion of text
terra es terram ibis
dust you are and to dust you will return
namely, that is to say, or as follows, literally means "it is permitted to see"
live today, it is not wise to say I'll live tomorrow as tomorrow is for living tomorrow