Welcome to Latin Phrases.info, a modestly sized compendium of Latin sayings and quotes.
This website is based on more than two thousand years of Western literature. It contains many common and uncommon Latin language phrases, quotes by notable Latin poets, including Virgil, Horace, Juvenal and others.
Latin Phrases.info explains Latin words and phrases that might be wholly unfamiliar and otherwise undecipherable to a reader with a limited knowledge of Latin language.
Latin Phrases would be a suitable tool for students of Latin, teachers (of other subjects), writers, public speakers and anyone interested in any of the above.
Newly Posted Latin Phrases:
Submitted by Latin Phrases on July 21, 2010
semper ad meliora
Always towards better things.
Submitted by Latin Phrases on July 20, 2010
non ducor, duco
I am not led, I lead.
Submitted by Latin Phrases on June 18, 2010
virtus et sapientia (Anonymous)
Virtue and intelligence.
Submitted by Latin Phrases on June 14, 2010
The origin of things.
Submitted by Latin Phrases on June 07, 2010
spem successus alit (Anonymous)
Success develops hope
Submitted by Latin Phrases on June 03, 2010
The sinew of things.
Submitted by Latin Phrases on May 31, 2010
ipsa scientia potestas est
Knowledge itself is power. (Sir Francis Bacon)
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