22 terms

Latin I Latin Phrases List 3

Here is a list of the Latin Phrases List 3 enjoy!
de facto
as to the fact, (actually)
de iure
official, as to the law
pro forma
as a matter of form
pro bono publico
for the public good as in for free
pro rata
in proportion
cum grano salis
with a grain of salt, do not take it seriously
cum laude
with praise
magna cum laude
with great praise
summa cum laude
with the greatest praise
leges vanae sine moribus
laws without morals are in vain
vade mecum
always with me (go with me) something that you always have with you
post proelium, praemium
after the battle, the reward
post mortem
ab imo pectore
from the bottom of my heart
i acquit
ab initio
from the beginning
a priore
from before
ab ovo usque ad mala
from eggs to apples, from start to finish
A.U.C ab urbe condita
from the founding of the city and was coined by the Roman historian Livy April 21, 753 B.C. was the traditional date that Rome was founded by Romulus and Remus
nolo contendere
I do not wish to argue