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This page lists English translations of notable Latin phrases, such as veni vidi vici and et cetera. Some of the phrases are themselves translations of Greek phrasesas Greek rhetoric and literature reached its peak centuries before the rise of ancient Rome. From Wikipedia, the free Natura Non Contristatur - Docetism - Ta Eis Heauton (File. This list covers the letter N.
See List of Latin phrases for the main list. List of Latin phrases. Album) Natura Deorum. Cambridge University Press. Williams Moral Letters to Lucilius Hosted at Wikisource. Cambridge University Press Cambridge Hosted at Christian Classics Ethereal Library. Adeleye, Gabriel G. Thomas J. Sienkewicz; James T. McDonough, Jr. World Dictionary of Foreign Expressions. Stone, Jon R. Latin for the Illiterati.
First recorded by John of Salisbury in the twelfth century and attributed to Bernard of Chartres. Also commonly known by the letters of Isaac Newton : "If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants". Refers to a situation where an unborn child is deemed to be entitled to certain inheritance rights.
Pseudo-explanation for why a liquid will climb up a tube to fill a vacuumoften given before the discovery of atmospheric pressure. The name of the zoo in the centre of Amsterdam ; short: "Artis". That is, the natural world is not sentimental or compassionate. Derived by Arthur Schopenhauer from an earlier source.
Shortened form of " sicut natura nil facit per saltum ita nec lex " just as nature does nothing by a leap, so neither does the lawreferring to both nature and the legal system moving gradually.
A famous aphorism of Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov - Works By Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov Linnaeus stating that all organisms bear relationships on all sides, their forms changing gradually from one species to the next. From Philosophia Botanica Sir Isaac Newton 's famous quote, defining foundation of all modern sciences. Based on Servius ' commentary on Virgil 's Georgics : "turpis non est quia per naturam venit.
You must take the basic nature of something into account. Attributed by Plutarch to Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus Album), who, during a severe storm, commanded sailors to bring food from Africa to Rome. Also nec plus ultra or non plus ultra. A descriptive phrase meaning the best or most extreme example of something. The Pillars of Herculesfor example, were literally the nec plus ultra of the ancient Mediterranean world.
Holy Roman Emperor Charles V 's heraldic emblem reversed this idea, using a depiction of this phrase inscribed on the Pillars All The Way Down - The Rolling Stones - Undercover as plus ultrawithout the negation.
The Boston Musical Instrument Company engraved ne plus Album) on its instruments from to to signify that none were better. Non plus ultra is the motto of the Spanish exclave Melilla. Never give dangerous tools to someone who is untrained to use them or too immature to understand the damage they can do.
They are not afraid of difficulties. Less literally "Difficulties be damned. Nec deus intersit, nisi dignus vindice nodus inciderit. Do not get distracted. Refers to the Burning Bush Natura Non Contristatur - Docetism - Ta Eis Heauton (File Exodus Motto of many Presbyterian churches throughout the world. Novit enim Natura Non Contristatur - Docetism - Ta Eis Heauton (File qui sunt eius.
Seneca the YoungerEpistulae morales ad Lucilium Less literally, "without dissent". Used especially in committees, where a matter may be passed nem. Legal principle that no individual can preside over a hearing in which he holds a specific interest or bias.
Also translated to "no rest for the wicked. Motto of the Order of the Thistleand consequently of Scotlandfound stamped on the milled edge of certain British pound sterling coins.
The short and more common form of Nemo enim fere saltat sobrius, nisi forte insanit"Nobody dances sober, unless he happens to be insane," a quote from Cicero from the speech Pro Murena. A maxim banning mandatory self-incrimination.
Near-synonymous with accusare nemo se debet nisi coram Deo. Similar phrases include: nemo tenetur armare adversarium contra se no one is bound to arm an opponent against himselfmeaning that a defendant is not obligated to in any way assist the prosecutor to his own detriment; nemo tenetur edere instrumenta contra se no one is bound to produce documents against himself, meaning that a defendant is not obligated to provide materials to be used against himself this is true in Roman law and has survived in modern criminal lawbut no longer applies in modern civil law ; and nemo tenere prodere se ipsum no one is bound to betray himselfmeaning that a defendant is not obligated to testify against himself.
The same image appears in a fable of Phaedrus. Ne quid nimis. In war, it is essential to be able to purchase supplies and to pay troops as Napoleon put it, "An army marches on its stomach".
Adapted from Terence 's Heauton Timorumenos The Self-Tormentorhomo sum humani a me nihil alienum puto "I am a Album) being; nothing human is strange to me".
Sometimes ending in est. The guiding principle of empiricismand accepted in some form by AristotleAquinasLockeBerkeleyand Hume. Leibnizhowever, added nisi intellectus ipse except the intellect itself. Or nothing to excess. Latin translation of the inscription of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. Or just "nothing new". The phrase exists in two versions: as nihil novi sub sole nothing new under the sunfrom the Vulgateand as nihil novi nisi commune consensu nothing new unless by the common consensusa law of the Polish—Lithuanian Commonwealth and one of the cornerstones of its Golden Liberty.
A notation, usually on a title page, indicating that a Roman Catholic censor has reviewed the book and found nothing objectionable to faith or morals in its I Heimr Heljar - Wolfkrieg - Blood And Honour. See also imprimatur.
Motto of Album) Kingdom of Romaniawhile ruled by the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen dynasty — Motto of St. Xavier's College, Calcutta. Or "nihil admirari". Motto of the Fitzgibbon family.
From Horace's Odes. Short for nil nisi bonum de mortuis dicere. That is, "Don't speak ill of anyone who has died". Motto of The King's School, Macclesfield. Medical shorthand indicating that oral foods and fluids should be withheld from the patient. Motto of Everton F. Or "nothing without providence ".
State motto of Coloradoadopted in Probably derived from Virgil 's Aeneid Book II, line" non haec sine numine divum eveniunt " these things do not come to pass without the will of Heaven.
See also numen. That is, "everything is in vain without God ". Summarized from Psalm Vulgatenisi Dominus aedificaverit domum in vanum laboraverunt qui aedificant eam nisi Dominus custodierit civitatem frustra vigilavit qui custodit unless the Lord builds the house, they work on a useless thing who build it; unless the Lord guards the community, he keeps watch in vain who guards it ; widely used motto.
Irascetur aliquis: tu contra beneficiis prouoca; cadit statim simultas ab altera parte deserta; nisi paria non pugnant. If any one is angry with you, meet his anger by returning benefits for it: a quarrel which is Album) taken up on one side falls to the ground: it takes two men to fight. In England, a direction that a case be brought up to Westminster for trial before a single judge and jury. In the United States, a court where civil actions are tried by a single judge sitting with a jury, as distinguished from an appellate court.
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