I would love to have this Latin quote somewhere as I believe this as a warrior and I understand classical and vulgar Latin of the Roman Empire.

I would love to have this Latin quote somewhere as I believe this as a warrior and I understand classical and vulgar Latin of the Roman Empire.

Phrases from the Past We Need to Bring Back

Phrases from the Past We Need to Bring Back

I would love to have this Latin quote somewhere as I believe this as a warrior and I understand classical and vulgar Latin of the Roman Empire.

I would love to have this Latin quote somewhere as I believe this as a warrior and I understand classical and vulgar Latin of the Roman Empire.

"Audentis fortuna iuvat" which means "Fortune favors the brave"

"Audentis fortuna iuvat" which means "Fortune favors the brave." //From Vergil I actually read "Fortes fortuna iuvat".meaning the same thing

while I breathe, I hope. #quote

Dum spiro spero means "While I breathe, I hope" in Latin and is a modern paraphrase of ideas that survive in two ancient writers, Theocritus and Cicero.

Shadowhunter QuotesShadowhunter Aesthetics: Quote 7“The medallion was gold, stamped with a wolf’s paw and the Latin inscription Beati Bellicosi. Blessed are the Warriors. Simon knew instantly. Jordan’s Praetor Lupus pendant. It was flaked and stained with blood.” More

beatus qui bellatorem Shadowhunter QuotesShadowhunter Aesthetics: Quote 7 ““The medallion was gold, stamped with a wolf’s paw and the Latin inscription Beati Bellicosi. Blessed are the Warriors. Simon knew instantly.

Esto quod es - Be what you are. #latin #phrase #quote #quotes - Follow us at facebook.com/LatinQuotesPhrases

Carpe Diem - “seize the day”: A Latin phrase that is commonly used in English. Has essentially become an English phrase.

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