Latin Tattoo Ideas: Words, Phrases, Quotes, and Photos

Updated on February 20, 2019
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I have thirteen tattoos as well as several piercings, and I think they're all pretty cool.

Angelina Jolie's Latin tattoo: quod me nutrit me destruit (what nourishes me also destroys me).
Angelina Jolie's Latin tattoo: quod me nutrit me destruit (what nourishes me also destroys me).

Latin Language in Today's Popular Culture

It's no secret that Angelina Jolie is fond of tattoos; everyone is familiar with the tattoo she got in honor of her now ex-husband, Billy Bob Thornton, then later had covered up. And publicity shots of soccer great David Beckham frequently show his bare back, revealing the names of his sons tattooed in thick black ink.

But did you know that these celebrities also have Latin tattoos as well? Angelina's is on her lower stomach (next to a thick black cross that covers up a small blue dragon she got while drunk in Amsterdam) and says, "Quod me nutrit me destruit", meaning, "What nourishes me also destroys me." David Beckham's Latin phrase is on his left inner forearm, just below his wife Victoria's name which is misspelled in a Hindi script. The phrase reads, "Ut Amem Et Foveam" meaning "so that I love and cherish."

Although it is now extinct, Latin was once the universal language spoken in Europe (at least as early as the 1st century BC), and it is a language that we can all relate to, as many modern-day words are derived from it.

But today, you can still hear some Latin, even if you are not attending mass at the Vatican in Rome or in Florida with my grandmother (who still says her prayers in Latin, as she was taught to do in the 1930s), or chatting with doctors (primum non nocere, which means "first, do no harm") or lawyers (habeas corpus, an order requiring that a person be brought before a judge). In fact, many people still use Latin today without realizing it. Bona fide is Latin for "good faith," ad hoc means "for this purpose," and quid pro quo means "something for something," which is used in modern-day banter to mean "tit for tat."

"In omnia paratus" Tattoo—Ready for Anything (or Prepared for Everything)
"In omnia paratus" Tattoo—Ready for Anything (or Prepared for Everything) | Source

Vestis virum reddit:

“The clothes make the man.”

— Quintilianus

Latin Phrases That Make Great Tattoos

Latin Phrase
Translation
alis grave nil (or alis grave nihil)
nothing is heavy to those who have wings
alis volat propriis (or alis propriis ea volat)
he/she flies by his/her own wings (or she flies with/by/on her own wings)
audax at fidelis
bold but faithful
auribus teneo lupum
I hold the wolf by the ears (like holding a tiger by the tail; I am in danger but will not give up, I face danger head-on)
carpe noctem
seize the night (as opposed to carpe diem, seize the day)
castigat ridendo mores
laughing corrects morals; one way to change the rules is by pointing out how silly they are
cogito ergo sum
I think therefore I am, or I am thinking, therefore I exist
credo quia absurdum est
I believe it because it is absurd (sometimes used mockingly)
dum vita est, spes est
while/where there is life, there is hope (or while life is, hope is)
esse quam videri (or videri quam esse)
to be, rather than seem to be (or to seem rather than be)
ex nihilo nihil fit
nothing comes from nothing
faber est quisque fortunae suae
every man is the artisan/architect of his own fortune
felix culpa
a happy fault, an apparent mistake or disaster that ends up with a happy ending
luceat lux vestra
let your light shine, or shine your light
luctor et emergo
I struggle and emerge (or I wrestle and I win)
nil desperandum
never despair
non ducor duco
I am not led; I lead
qui audet adipiscitur
s/he who dares, wins (or s/he who wins, dares)
semper ad meliora
always towards better things
sic itur ad astra
thus you shall go to the stars (or thus one goes to the stars: such is the way to immortality)
temet nosce
know thyself
veni, vidi, vici
I came, I saw, I conquered
verba volant, scripta manent
words fly away, writings remain (or spoken words fly away, written words remain)
veritas lux mea
truth is my light
vincit qui se vincit (or bis vincit qui se vincit)
he conquers who conquers himself (the motto of many educational institutions) (or he who prevails over himself is twice victorious)
vive ut vivas
live so that you may live
vox nihili
the voice of nothing

Designing a Latin Tattoo: The Translation

Luckily, unlike tattoos of Hebrew and Arabic words and phrases, Latin phrases are fairly easy to translate for the sake of tattooing. Wikipedia offers an extensive list of Latin phrases, many of which make for beautiful and inspirational designs.

As with any tattoo that is done in a foreign language not your own, make sure you do your homework. We've all heard the stories of people who get tattoos in other languages that look good but mean absolutely nothing, or worse—mean something they did not intend or perhaps even the opposite of what they wanted it to say.

Double-check your translation with several sources before you get it inked on your skin. Because the Latin language is extinct, you won't be able to find a native speaker. Instead, ensure your translation is correct by either using several online translators or confirming its accuracy with a Latin teacher or scholar.

Vir sapit qui pauca loquitur:

“That man is wise who talks little.”

— Unknown

Photos of Latin Tattoos

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"Don't let the bastards grind you down." (A misspelled mock-Latin translation of illegitimi non carborundum.)Aut viam inveniam aut faciam: "I shall either find a way or make one."  (The first "aut" can be omitted here and still retain sense.)Omnia mutantur nihil interit: "Everything changes, nothing perishes."Illicitus: "Forbidden.""Hate the living, love the dead."Neutiquam erro: "I am not lost."Nosce te ipsum: "Know thyself."Alis volat propriis (misspelled in tattoo): "She/he flies by her/his own wings."Vita non est vivere sed valere: "There is more to life than just being alive."Tempus neminem manet: "Time waits for no one."Ad astra per aspera: "To the stars through adversity," or "a rough road leads to the stars."Dum spiro spero: "While I breathe, I hope."
"Don't let the bastards grind you down." (A misspelled mock-Latin translation of illegitimi non carborundum.)
"Don't let the bastards grind you down." (A misspelled mock-Latin translation of illegitimi non carborundum.)
Aut viam inveniam aut faciam: "I shall either find a way or make one."  (The first "aut" can be omitted here and still retain sense.)
Aut viam inveniam aut faciam: "I shall either find a way or make one." (The first "aut" can be omitted here and still retain sense.)
Omnia mutantur nihil interit: "Everything changes, nothing perishes."
Omnia mutantur nihil interit: "Everything changes, nothing perishes."
Illicitus: "Forbidden."
Illicitus: "Forbidden."
"Hate the living, love the dead."
"Hate the living, love the dead."
Neutiquam erro: "I am not lost."
Neutiquam erro: "I am not lost."
Nosce te ipsum: "Know thyself."
Nosce te ipsum: "Know thyself."
Alis volat propriis (misspelled in tattoo): "She/he flies by her/his own wings."
Alis volat propriis (misspelled in tattoo): "She/he flies by her/his own wings."
Vita non est vivere sed valere: "There is more to life than just being alive."
Vita non est vivere sed valere: "There is more to life than just being alive."
Tempus neminem manet: "Time waits for no one."
Tempus neminem manet: "Time waits for no one."
Ad astra per aspera: "To the stars through adversity," or "a rough road leads to the stars."
Ad astra per aspera: "To the stars through adversity," or "a rough road leads to the stars."
Dum spiro spero: "While I breathe, I hope."
Dum spiro spero: "While I breathe, I hope."

Alea iacta est:

“The dice has been cast.”

— Caesar

Latin Tattoo Translation Mistakes

Again, don't get a tattoo that is misspelled or translates into something other than what you'd thought. Before you get inked, make sure you have the words right! Check it again and again. Know that online translation devices are just robotic and often make mistakes (turn verbs into nouns, mix words around, confuse genders, and make other inhuman errors).

You might consider posting a question on an online forum and inviting Latin scholars to help you with the phrase. If you post a comment below, you might get lucky, since Latin students and scholars sometimes chime in to help with translations there.

You should also spend some time sleuthing out the proper pronunciation because, well, it's your tattoo.

Latin Tattoo Fonts

Of course, with any written tattoo, the style of the lettering matters as much as the words themselves. Here are some suggestions for fonts you might like to use.

Kaligraf Latin has the look of brush-stroked calligraphy.
Kaligraf Latin has the look of brush-stroked calligraphy.
Uncial is a majuscule script (written in all capital letters) used commonly from the 4th to 8th centuries AD by Latin and Greek scribes.
Uncial is a majuscule script (written in all capital letters) used commonly from the 4th to 8th centuries AD by Latin and Greek scribes. | Source
This font is sperrsatz, which is German, but has an antique feel. You could really go crazy designing ornate letters for your tattoo.
This font is sperrsatz, which is German, but has an antique feel. You could really go crazy designing ornate letters for your tattoo.

Fabas indulcet fames:

"Hunger sweetens the beans" or "hunger makes everything taste good."

— Unknown

© 2007 becauseilive

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      echo 

      5 days ago

      how to translate "Finding myself" in latin word cause in google its say

      invenire me but when I swap the translator its say find me

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      MUCHO 

      11 days ago

      I need help, I need to get this quote - “For those I love, I will sacrifice.” Translated correctly. It’s important to me, help PLEASE.

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      Ronnie 

      4 weeks ago

      Can someone translate "faith greater than fear" to Latin?

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      Nicole 

      4 weeks ago

      Hello! How do you say "fear nothing"

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      TRACEY 

      4 weeks ago

      Hi,

      Can someone help with the translation "I will find my own way".

      thanks

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      hannah 

      8 weeks ago

      hi i was wondering what is the translation for 'never regret something you once wanted"

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      Lucone 

      8 weeks ago

      @ Denis it's future tense. "I will (or I'm going to) achieve all I want"

      @ Ami Litteraly: Cor meum, vis mea.

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      Denis 

      2 months ago

      I found a translation of latin phrase "Omnia, quae volo, adipiscar." - as "I achieve all I want".

      Is it correct?

      Could anyone help me with that?

      Thanks.

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      Ami 

      2 months ago

      I'm looking for help with translating:

      "My Heart, My Strength." Into Latin, woukd anyone help?

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      Lucone 

      4 months ago

      Dear @Echo,

      love hurts may be translated: "Amor vulnerat"

      There's also a quote that you might like (the quote, not the concept ofc...) from Plautus: "Amor amara dat" which means love gives you bitterness. If you tell me more about the meaning of this tatoo for you maybe I can find something else. If it's about unrequited love, your name is perfect :D

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      Echo 

      4 months ago

      I would like to know how to spell (Love Hurts) in latin. I would like to have one word tattoed on a thigh so its very important. May you help me?

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      Sony 

      5 months ago

      "alis volat propiis" is not "Alis volat propriis". "Alis volat propiis" is not Misspelled in the tattoo, it means I know everything"

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      Lisa 

      5 months ago

      What is the Latin translation for: Courage Above All? Is it Virtus Apprime?

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      Lucone 

      6 months ago

      @Ty

      The easiest way:

      (Ego) sum quia (tu) fuisti.

      The verb esse means to be and/or to exist.

      You can omit the personal pronouns if you want = Sum quia fuisti.

      Instead of quia you could use quod or quoniam.

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      Ty 

      6 months ago

      How do you say "I am (as in I exist) because you were (as in existed)

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      Lucone 

      7 months ago

      @T J Garret

      The first meaning of fortis-e is strong.

      Therefore it could also mean courageous, valiant powerful and everything else strong-related.

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      T J Garrett 

      7 months ago

      Question(?):

      Semper Fortis. Which is the correct translation? Always Courageous or Always Strong? Or does it mean the same?

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      Ilona 

      9 months ago

      Hi, how would you translate “embrace the fire within” into Latin? Thank you

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      Ask 

      9 months ago

      Anyone knows the exact sentences latin of “wisdom and family” or “family and wisdom” either way.

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      Jane 

      9 months ago

      I am worthy. I am enough.

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      Asira 

      10 months ago

      How would i say in Latin "Never give up"?

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      Ivanna 

      12 months ago

      Latin for "Free Woman"

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      Ari 

      12 months ago

      Could someone please translate:

      “life is beautiful” or “life is great”

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      help 

      12 months ago

      can you please translate this in latin

      The heart has reasons that reason does not know

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      Andrew waddington 

      14 months ago

      Hi what would be Latin words for my life,my heart,it belongs to you till death do us part thankyou

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      Yajaira Bonilla 

      15 months ago

      Can someone please help? I wish to know how I would write out “hold on a little longer” in Latin translate says “diutius tenere” but I want to confirm acouple times that is correct. Thank you

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      juan 

      16 months ago

      does ''men of fire'' translate to ''de igne'' is this right?

      Thanks for your help.

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      Neil C 

      16 months ago

      Hi

      Cam anyone tell if the below phrase is correct in Latin?

      'Animam Meam Porto In Caelum '

      'Carry my soul to heaven'

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      Kelly brown 

      17 months ago

      Marli and Austin This is my prayer to you: Love me for who I am not for who you want me to be. I want this in Latin

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      mrluwz 

      17 months ago

      Hi, could someone please translate the following to Latin

      "It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live"

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      BLS 

      18 months ago

      I want Let Go and Let God in Latin as a tattoo. Help please

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      JTH 

      18 months ago

      @lucone thanks!

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      Lucone 

      18 months ago

      @jth: e/ex, a/ab + ablativus casus = ex igne et mari (also mare)

      @camila It doesn't make much sense to me...

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      camila 

      18 months ago

      hi can anyone help me translate "save love keep freedom" thank you :)

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      JTH 

      18 months ago

      Can anyone help with the the translation “from the sea and fire” I believe it to be “ex mare et ignem” but not sure whether I have conjugated ignem correctly. Thanks

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      Lucone 

      18 months ago

      @Y ing Volo mori

      @Jason De omnibus dubitandum. It means you have to doubt (question) everything

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      Y ing 

      19 months ago

      Hi can you give me the correct translation of "I want to end my life"? Thanks.

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      Jason 

      20 months ago

      Can someone plesse help me with a translation for "question everything" or "question all things"

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      Lucone 

      20 months ago

      @jolene

      Angelus-i is already a latin word.

      It does not belong to archaic times though, you can not easily find it until the I sec with the spreading of Christianity to translate angelos (messenger) from ancient greek.

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      Jolene 

      20 months ago

      @Lucone how do I write Angelus in old Archaic Latin?

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      Lucone 

      21 months ago

      @Ian Ray: Deus solus me iudicare potest.

      @Susan: you can't translate it litteraly. The concept of family in ancient Rome is too different from your idea of family. Maybe "familia aeterna est"

      @McKenzie Barnes: I would stick with Sister = soror. Little sister I don't think it exists. Maybe minor, iunior...

      @Liza: "Iterum tempta"

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      Ian ray 

      22 months ago

      Pls translate in latin coz i want to get tattoo on this..

      Only God can judge me

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      Susan 

      22 months ago

      I want a tattoo in Latin that says Family is forever? What is the correct spellin

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      McKenzie Barnes 

      23 months ago

      What is little sister in Latin?

      I put it into Google translate but then when I reversed it, it was smaller sister.

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      Liza 

      2 years ago

      Hi. Can someone give me the correct Latin translation for 'Try Again'? Thank you :)

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      Cassy 

      2 years ago

      Hey, does anybody know the accurate translation to this quote :

      " together forever never apart, maybe in distance but never in heart " :):):)

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      David 

      2 years ago

      Is this sentence ok???

      Crede fato. Sequere somnia tua.

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      Shruti 

      2 years ago

      I want to do a variation of 'She flies with her own wings' to say 'She flies with the wings they gave her' as an ode to my family. Can someone help me with the translation to latin?

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      Marjan 

      2 years ago

      Hi, Can anyone tell me what this would be in Latin: Always Fight

      I search the internet and found Semper Pugnare. In the Netherlands (dutch) is sounds like somebody who always fight like a boxer or someone who always get in trouble for fighting. But I mean fight for what you love and do what makes you happy and never give up etc.

      Thanks :-)

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      Cha 

      2 years ago

      What is "Guide of my own soul" in Latin? Please help translate

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      Wewel 

      2 years ago

      can anyone translate below. many thanks

      we don't remember the days, we remember the moments

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      K.McIntosh 

      3 years ago

      Hi, just double checking a translation.

      "Viva enim mortuorium in memoria vivorum est posita". the translation i have is " The life of the dead is retained in the memory of the living".

      Thanks, can you send your answers via email at kathryn.vcalonline@google.com

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      pīnus 

      3 years ago

      omg. if you don't know latin, then just get it in english. you'll actually know what it means, you'll be able to pronounce it, etc.

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      LX 

      3 years ago

      hi how do translate ' come back stronger when u fall' to latin

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      3 years ago

      how do you translate " What is done "

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      3 years ago

      can someone pls translate "with God everything is possible" to latin? Thank you!

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      Sielhiel 

      4 years ago

      Can somebody help me transalate "pure is impure,impure is pure" in latin??

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      Sunitjain 

      4 years ago

      Kindly guide me - How to write "Live and let live" in english?

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      Akshay Deo 

      4 years ago

      Hello,

      I really want to get a tattoo and i love Latin language so i want to get a tattoo in this language only. but since i am not aware of this language can you plz help me and give me a proper guidance ??

      I want to write "Alis volat propriis" which is shown in the picture above but I'm really confused coz it says "She flies with her own wings" but for a guy will it be remain same or will it change..??

      can you plz help me...???

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      Abbey 

      4 years ago

      I am a latin scholar here to the rescue! It's late and I'm bored so I decided to use my expensive education to save people from making terrible tattoo mistakes. :) Here's what I've got so far:

      “Let your wings unfold” = “Fiat alis tuis explicare”

      “Life is too short to live with fear” = Vita nimis brevis est cum metu vivere.

      “To dare is to do” = Audere est facere. / Audere facere est.

      “The truth will set you free” = Veritas liberabit vos. (from John 8:32 - et cognoscetis veritatem et veritas liberabit vos.)

      “family and nation has got your back” = Familia et patria tua te sustentat. (literally: your family and country sustain/support you. delete the “tua” to get rid of “your” if you wish)

      Accept your fate or be destroyed by it = Accipe sors tua aut disperī (literally a command/curse: (you) accept your fate or (you) be destroyed!) The long mark over the i in disperī is necessary for its meaning.

      “God is alone” (as in God is unaccompanied) / “God alone” (as in “God alone is to be praised”) = “Deus solus (est).” (the “est” is optional. If you want to say that God has no friends it is “Deus incomitatus (est).”

      “There is more to life than just being alive” = “Non est vivere sed valere vita est” (Life is not about living so much as about living well. An established and beautiful latin maxim)

      “Time waits for no one.” = “Tempus neminem expectat” (an established Latin phrase of comparable meaning is “Tempus neminem manet” which literally means “Time remains for no one”).

      Always remember the good = “Semper memento bonum” (it’s a command)

      “Guardian Angel” = “Angelus Custos”

      (The guardian angel prayer would be a good tattoo for sure!

      “Angele Dei,

      qui custos es mei,

      Me tibi commissum pietate superna;

      Hodie illumina, custodi, rege, et guberna.

      Amen.”)

      “What does not kill me makes me stronger” = “Quod non occidet me fortiorem facit”

      “Home is where the heart is” = “Ubi cor, ibi patria est” (the “patria” is the latin equivalent of “home” because it refers to one’s homeland, which was more precious than the house itself since it included generations of family having lived and died on the same land.)

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      Catherine 

      4 years ago

      Hi ya :)

      I don't suppose you know what 'let your wings unfold' is in Latin?

      Thanks x

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      apryl 

      4 years ago

      I was wondering if someone could translate for me:

      "Life is too short to live it in fear"

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      jonas 

      5 years ago

      Audere Es Facere- to dare is to do

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      ben 

      5 years ago

      veritas vos liberatum .THE TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE.

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      Avinesh Prahladi 

      5 years ago from Chandigarh

      This is such a nice hub, and no wonder this hub has got so many replies. Even I am also planning to get a tattoo, this hub will surely help me in that.

      Cheers !!!!

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      samris 

      5 years ago

      http://bit.ly/GAYbn4 here are more great ideas!!

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      James 

      5 years ago

      hi how do you say "family and nation has one's back" in latin

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      Nuttaparn 

      5 years ago

      Voted up.

      I want to try it.

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      Robin Milton 

      5 years ago

      cool .

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      I-SuccessMore 

      5 years ago

      It's Cool ideas. I Love It.

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      tony 

      5 years ago

      HELP PLZ

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      tony 

      5 years ago

      ''Accept your fate or be destoyed by it'' in latin anyone?

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      Leena 

      5 years ago from new delhi

      A tattoo in latin is great since its mysterious and none understands it really...lol...very informative.

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      Madiha 

      5 years ago

      I love tatoo arts and these tatoos are really wonderful, checkout the http://globalemag.com/simple-mehndi-designs-to-app... for more of asian countries tatoos samples

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      mikagrubinen 

      5 years ago

      very good

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      Janet Vale 

      5 years ago from San Diego, California

      Interesting translations.

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      Shinra Fenris 

      5 years ago from Bangkok, Thailand

      I like its.and i looking for tattoo ideas too.thank you.

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      Vivian-tmt-hnp 

      5 years ago from USA.

      3:52pm Sunday 21 July 2013

      Wonderful article.

      Thank for sharing your knowledge about Latin words and phrases.

      Vivian

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      David Zermeño 

      5 years ago from Mexico

      Cool ideas! Love it. Voted up.

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      marion langley 

      5 years ago from The Study

      Solius Dei - God's Alone

      That was so much fun to read and see.

      Thanks for writing ;-)

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      successmorerich 

      5 years ago

      Hi, how do you say each of these in latin?

      There is more to life than just being alive –

      Time waits for no one

      Remember always Good

      Hi, how do you say each of these in latin?

      There is more to life than just being alive –

      Time waits for no one

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      Maurice Wisdom Bishop 

      5 years ago from San Tan Valley

      I didn't know anything about latin meaning and tattoos til I read this hub. This was a very entertaining read and informative. Keep up the good work. Much Love and Respect.

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      FullOfLoveSites 

      5 years ago from United States

      What a great idea for a tattoo! Using Latin words and phrases will make you feel scholarly, to boot. Actually, my favorite Latin phrase is "sursum corda" which means "lift up your hearts". If I do get a tattoo, I would definitely use that. Morale booster. :)

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      mikael 

      6 years ago

      Hi! could somebody help me translate thhe words Guardian angel to latin p please? Thanks

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      Dani 

      6 years ago

      Hi, how do you say each of these in latin?

      There is more to life than just being alive –

      Time waits for no one

      Remember always

      Thanks.

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      Paula 

      6 years ago

      hello,

      I am Brazilian and I was wondering how it would look in Latin: "What does not destroy me, makes me stronger."

      I want to get a tattoo with this phrase that I find wonderful.

      Thanks

      hugs

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      nick 

      6 years ago

      hey everyone, I've been thinking a long time about getting a tattoo. A text either in english or in latin. "Home is where the heart is."

      Problem is i've been uncertain of what the translation to latin would be. I've seen several possibilities. anyone wanna help out? :)

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      Phoenix 

      6 years ago

      Does anyone know how to translate "from the other-side of the hatch" into Latin?

      Help would be much appreciated

      Thanks

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      Natalia 

      6 years ago

      He told me to stay calm and let the spell do it’s work, which indeed it did. Not even 3-4 days later, Wells called me and asked me out for a drink. He apologized to me and sincerely begged me for forgiveness and to give him another chance. I loved this man so much, I could not say no. He now treats me like a princess better than before if I may add. Dr. Ogun made a believer out of me. I wrote to him and apologized for my rudeness and lack of trust and patience. He also explained to me that magic is not like a push-button kind of thing. It sometimes takes longer than anticipated but it always works and he was right. You may also need help in your love life and i recommend him as he is a great spell caster. Contact him via: Templeofloveandmoney@gmail.com

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      Jesse Hockings 

      6 years ago

      Hey!

      Can anyone translate "strength through adversity" please? its important, if you can my email is hockstar99@hotmail.com

      Thankyou

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      yoyo 

      6 years ago

      everyone needs a little Google Translate...

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      ryn 

      6 years ago

      Hi,

      I need the translation for 'rise' or 'rises' & 'free'

      Thanks!!

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      Laura 

      6 years ago

      I need to know what ''Family Comes First'' is in Latin please. if anyone can help me please email me on LJO_1@hotmail.co.uk

      Thank you!

      :)

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      Natalia 

      6 years ago

      He told me to stay calm and let the spell do it’s work, which indeed it did. Not even 3-4 days later, Wells called me and asked me out for a drink. He apologized to me and sincerely begged me for forgiveness and to give him another chance. I loved this man so much, I could not say no. He now treats me like a princess better than before if I may add. Dr. Ogun made a believer out of me. I wrote to him and apologized for my rudeness and lack of trust and patience. He also explained to me that magic is not like a push-button kind of thing. It sometimes takes longer than anticipated but it always works and he was right. You may also need help in your love life and i recommend him as he is a great spell caster. Contact him via: Templeofloveandmoney@gmail.com

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      mad dawg 

      6 years ago

      people getting veni vedi veci, what have you conquered??

      the man that said that changed the world, what have you done??

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      "Don't let the bastards get you down 

      6 years ago

      "Don't let the bastards get you down

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      Gabriela 

      6 years ago

      Hi im brazilian and i was wondering if you can translate the sentence below to Latin

      Free mind, healthy soul. Please, could you answer to my email? gabizinha_verdi@hotmail.com

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