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Results for: ad mortem fidelisTranslations: 1 - 30 of 53
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ad mortem fidelisfaithful till death
ad finem fidelisfaithful to the end
amicis semper fidelisalways faithful to friends
amicitia, etiam post mortem duransfriendship enduring even after death
Ante mortemBefore death
celer et fidelisswift and faithful
constans et fidelisconstant and faithful
Crudelius est quam mori semper timere mortemIt is more cruel to always fear death than to die. (Seneca)
cujus sit vita indecoris mortem fugere turpem haut convenitone whose life has been disgraceful is not entitled to escape a disgraceful death (Accius)
Deo et regi fidelisloyal to God and king
Deo fidelis et patriafaithful to God and country
Deo fidelis et regifaithful to God and the king
Deo patriæque fidelisfaithful to God and country
effugit mortem, quisquis contempserit; timidissimum quemque consequiturwhoever despises death escapes it, while it overtakes the one who is afraid of it (Curtius)
eripere vitam nemo non homini potest; at nemo mortem; mille ad hanc aditus patentanyone may take life from man, but no one death; a thousand gates stand open to it (Seneca)
esto fidelisbe faithful
esto semper fidelisbe ever faithful
expertus dico, nemo est in amore fidelisI say as an expert, no one is faithful in love (Propertius)
fidelisfaithful, loyal, true
fidelis ad urnamfaithful to the urn (i.e., until death)
fidelis et audaxfaithful and daring
fidelis usque ad mortemfaithful even to death
fortis atque fidelisstrong and faithful
fortis et fidelisbrave and faithful
justus et fidelisjust and faithful
malus est enim custos diuturnitatis metus, contraque benevolentia fidelis vel ad perpetuitatemfear is a bad custodian of that which is intended to last; whereas mildness and goodwill ensure fidelity forever (Cicero)
melius est peccata cavere quam mortem fugereit is better to avoid sin than to flee from death (Thomas à Kempis)
memor et fidelismindful and faithful
mori est felicis antequam mortem invocethappy is the one who dies before he must call on death (Publilius Syrus)
mortem effugere nemo potestno one can escape death
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