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 +~~NOTOC~~ ​
 +<< [[contents:​index| Dictionary Index]] << [[contents:​p|Definitions under P]]
 +----
 +====== Phrases ======
  
 +Latin and French Words and Phrases, with their explanation in English.
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== A =====
 +
 +  ?? Ab initio: :: From the beginning. !!
 +  ?? Ab urbe condita: :: From the building of the city; abridged a. u. c. !!
 +  ?? Ad arbitrium: :: At pleasure. !!
 +  ?? Ad captandum: :: To attract. !!
 +  ?? Ad captandum vulgus: :: To ensnare the vulgar. !!
 +  ?? Ad eundem: :: To the same. !!
 +  ?? Ad infinitum: :: To infinity. !!
 +  ?? Ad interim: :: In the meantime. !!
 +  ?? Ad libitum: :: At pleasure. !!
 +  ?? Ad litem: :: For the action (at law). !!
 +  ?? Ad referendum: :: For consideration. !!
 +  ?? Ad valorem: :: According to value. !!
 +  ?? Affaire de coeur: :: A love affair; an amour. !!
 +  ?? A fin: :: To the end. !!
 +  ?? A fortiori: :: With stronger reason. !!
 +  ?? Aide-de-camp:​ :: Assistant to a general. !!
 +  ?? A la honne heure: :: At an early hour; in the nick of time. !!
 +  ?? A-la-mode: :: In the fashion. !!
 +  ?? Alias: :: Otherwise. !!
 +  ?? Alibi: :: Elsewhere; or, proof of having been elsewhere. !!
 +  ?? Alma mater (kind mother): :: University. !!
 +  ?? A mensa et thoro: :: From bed and board. !!
 +  ?? Amor patriae: :: The love of our country. !!
 +  ?? Anglicè: :: In English. !!
 +  ?? Anno Domini: :: In the year of our Lord; abr. A. D. !!
 +  ?? Anno mundi: :: In the year of the world; abr: :: A. M. !!
 +  ?? A posteriori: :: From a later reason, or from behind. !!
 +  ?? A priori: :: From a prior reason. !!
 +  ?? A propos: :: To the purpose; seasonably; or by-the-by. !!
 +  ?? Arcana: :: Secrets. !!
 +  ?? Arcana imperii: :: State secrets. !!
 +  ?? Arcanum.: :: Secret. !!
 +  ?? Argumentum ad fidem: :: An appeal to our faith. !!
 +  ?? Argumentum ad hominem: :: Personal argument. !!
 +  ?? Argumentum ad judicium: :: An appeal to the common sense of mankind. !!
 +  ?? Argumentum ad passiones: :: An appeal to the passions. !!
 +  ?? Argumentum ad populum: :: An appeal to the people. !!
 +  ?? Argumentum baeulinum: :: Argument of blows. !!
 +  ?? Audi alteram partem: :: Hear both sides. !!
 +  ?? Au fond: :: To the bottom; or, main point. !!
 +  ?? Auri sacra fames: :: The accursed thirst of gold. !!
 +  ?? Aut Caesar aut nullus: :: He will be Caesar or nobody. !!
 +  ?? Auto-da-fé (Act of faith): :: Burning of hereticks. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== B =====
 +
 +  ?? Bagatelle: :: Trifle. !!
 +  ?? Beau monde (Gay world): :: People of fashion. !!
 +  ?? Beaux esprits: :: Men of wit. !!
 +  ?? Belles lettres: :: Polite literature. !!
 +  ?? Billet doux.: :: Love letter. !!
 +  ?? Bon gré: :: With a good grace. !!
 +  ?? Bonjour: :: Good day. !!
 +  ?? Bon mot (A good word): :: A witty saying. !!
 +  ?? Bon ton: :: Fashion; high fashion. !!
 +  ?? Bonâ fide: :: In good faith. !!
 +  ?? Boudoir: :: A small private apartment. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== C =====
 +
 +  ?? Cacoethes carpendi: :: A rage for collecting. !!
 +  ?? Cacoethes loquendi: :: A rage for speaking. !!
 +  ?? Cacoethes scribendi: :: Passion for writing. !!
 +  ?? Coeteris paribus: :: Other circumstances being equal. !!
 +  ?? Caput mortuum (The dead head): :: The worthless remains. !!
 +  ?? Carte blanche (A blank paper): :: Unconditional terms; q. d. "There is a sheet of paper: write your own terms."​ !!
 +  ?? Cessio bonorum: :: Yielding up of goods. !!
 +  ?? Château: :: Country seat. !!
 +  ?? Chef-d'​oeuvre:​ :: Master piece. !!
 +  ?? Ci-devant: :: Formerly. !!
 +  ?? Comme il faut: :: As it should be. !!
 +  ?? Commune bonum: :: A common good. !!
 +  ?? Communibus annis: :: One year with another. !!
 +  ?? Compos mentis: :: Of a sound and composed mind. !!
 +  ?? Con amore: :: Gladly; with love. !!
 +  ?? Congé d'​élire:​ :: Permission to choose, or elect. !!
 +  ?? Contra: :: Against. !!
 +  ?? Contra bonos mores: :: Against good manners or morals. !!
 +  ?? Coup de grâce: :: Finishing stroke (Literally the blow of favour; because the bones having been broken separately on the rack, the last blow, which killed the man, was an act of grace to him). !!
 +  ?? Coup de main: :: Sudden enterprize. !!
 +  ?? Coup d'​oeil:​ :: View or glance. !!
 +  ?? Credat Judaeus: :: A Jew may believe it (but I will not). !!
 +  ?? Cui bono ? : :: To what good will it tend ? !!
 +  ?? Cui malo ? : :: To what evil will it tend ? !!
 +  ?? Cum multis aliis: :: With many others. !!
 +  ?? Cum privilegio: :: With privilege. !!
 +  ?? Curia advisari vult: :: Court wishes to be advised; abr. cur. adv. vult. !!
 +  ?? Currente calamo: :: With a running quill. !!
 +  ?? Custos Rotulorum: :: Keeper of the rolls. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== D =====
 +
 +  ?? Datum: :: Point granted. !!
 +  ?? Debut: :: Beginning. !!
 +  ?? De die in diem: :: From day to day. !!
 +  ?? Dedimus potesatem: :: We have given power. !!
 +  ?? De facto: :: In fact. !!
 +  ?? Dei gratia: :: By the grace, or favour, of God. !!
 +  ?? De jure: :: By right. !!
 +  ?? De mortuis nil nisi bonum: :: Of the dead let nothing be said but what is favourable. !!
 +  ?? De novo: :: Anew. !!
 +  ?? Dénouement (Unravelling):​ :: Finishing, or winding up. !!
 +  ?? Deo volente: :: God willing. !!
 +  ?? Dépôt: :: Store, or magazine. !!
 +  ?? Dernier ressort: :: Last resort or resource. !!
 +  ?? Desideratum:​ :: A thing desired. !!
 +  ?? Desunt caetera: :: The other things are wanting. !!
 +  ?? Dieu et mon droit: :: God and my right. !!
 +  ?? Domine dirige nos: :: O Lord direct us. !!
 +  ?? Double entendre: :: Double meaning. !!
 +  ?? Douceur: :: Present, or bribe. !!
 +  ?? Dramatis personae: :: Characters of the drama. !!
 +  ?? Durante bene placito: :: During pleasure. !!
 +  ?? Durante vita: :: During life. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== E =====
 +
 +  ?? Ecce homo: :: Behold the man. !!
 +  ?? Éclaircissement:​ :: Explanation;​ clearing up. !!
 +  ?? Éclat: :: Splendour. ​ !!
 +  ?? Élève: :: Pupil. !!
 +  ?? Embonpoint: :: Jolly; in good case. !!
 +  ?? En flûte: :: Carrying guns on the upper deck only. !!
 +  ?? En masse: :: In a mass; in a body. !!
 +  ?? En passant: :: By the way; in passing. !!
 +  ?? Ennui: :: Tiresomeness. !!
 +  ?? Entrée: :: Entrance. !!
 +  ?? Ergo: :: Therefore. !!
 +  ?? Errata: :: Errors. !!
 +  ?? Esto perpetua: :: May it last for ever. !!
 +  ?? Et caetera: :: And the rest. !!
 +  ?? Ex: :: Late; as the ex-minister means the late minister. !!
 +  ?? Ex cathedra (From the chair): :: Instructions given from a chair of authority. !!
 +  ?? Ex nihilo nihil fit: :: "​Nothing can come of nothing."​ — King Lear. !!
 +  ?? Ex officio: :: Officially, or by virtue of an office. !!
 +  ?? Ex parte: :: On the part of, or one side. !!
 +  ?? Excerpta: :: Extracts. !!
 +  ?? Exempli gratia: :: As for example; abr. ex. gr., e. g. !!
 +  ?? Experto crede: :: Believe one who has experience to justify his opinion. !!
 +  ?? Extempore: :: Out of hand; without premeditation. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== F =====
 +
 +  ?? Fac simile: :: Exact copy or resemblance. !!
 +  ?? Fata obstant: :: The fates oppose it. !!
 +  ?? Faux pas: :: Fault, or misconduct. !!
 +  ?? Felo de se (The felon of himself): :: Self murderer. !!
 +  ?? Festina lente: :: Hasten slowly. "​Wisely and slow: they stumble that run fast." — Friar in Romeo and Juliet. !!
 +  ?? Fête: :: A feast or entertainment. !!
 +  ?? Fiat: :: Let it be done, or made. !!
 +  ?? Finis: :: End. !!
 +  ?? Finis coronat opus: :: The end crowns the work. !!
 +  ?? Flagrante bello: :: Whilst the war is raging. !!
 +  ?? Furor loquendi: :: An eagerness for speaking. !!
 +  ?? Furor scribendi: :: An eagerness for writing. !!
 +
 +===== G =====
 +
 +  ?? Genus irritabile: :: The irritable tribe of poets. !!
 +  ?? Gratis: :: For nothing. !!
 +
 +===== H =====
 +
 +  ?? Hauteur: :: Haughtiness. !!
 +  ?? Hic et ubique: :: Here and there and every where. !!
 +  ?? Honi soit qui mal y pense: :: May evil happen to him who evil thinks of it. !!
 +  ?? Hora fugit: :: The hour, or time, files. !!
 +  ?? Humanum est errare: :: It is the lot of humanity to err. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== I =====
 +
 +  ?? Ibidem: :: In the same place; abr. ibid., ib. !!
 +  ?? Ich dien: :: I serve. !!
 +  ?? Id est: :: That is; abr. i.e. !!
 +  ?? Idem: :: The same. !!
 +  ?? Imperium in imperio: :: A government existing in another government. !!
 +  ?? Imprimatur: :: Let it be printed. !!
 +  ?? Imprimis: :: In the first place. !!
 +  ?? Impromptu: :: In readiness. !!
 +  ?? In coelo quies: :: There is rest in heaven. !!
 +  ?? In commendam: :: For a time; in trust. !!
 +  ?? In duplo: :: Twice as much. !!
 +  ?? In forma pauperis: :: As a pauper, or poor person. !!
 +  ?? In loco: :: In the place. !!
 +  ?? In petto (in the bosom): :: Hid, or in reserve. !!
 +  ?? In propria persona: :: In his own person. !!
 +  ?? In statu quo: :: In the same state or condition in which it was. !!
 +  ?? In terrorem (In terror): :: As a warning. !!
 +  ?? In terrorem populi: :: In terror to the people. !!
 +  ?? In toto: :: Altogether. !!
 +  ?? In transitu: :: On the passage. !!
 +  ?? In vino Veritas: :: There is truth in wine. !!
 +  ?? Incognito: :: Disguised, or unknown. !!
 +  ?? Inter nos: :: Between ourselves. !!
 +  ?? Innuendo: :: By signifying. !!
 +  ?? Ipse dixit (Himself said it): :: Mere assertion. !!
 +  ?? Ipso facto: :: By the mere fact. !!
 +  ?? Ipso jure: :: By the law itself. !!
 +  ?? Item: :: Also, or article. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== J =====
 +
 +  ?? Je ne sais quoi: :: I know not what. !!
 +  ?? Jeu de mots: :: Play upon words !!
 +  ?? Jeu d'​esprit:​ :: Play of wit; a witticism. !!
 +  ?? Jure divino: :: By divine right. !!
 +  ?? Jure humano: :: By human law. !!
 +  ?? Jus gentium: ::  The law of nations. !!
 +
 +===== L =====
 +
 +  ?? Labor omnia vincit: :: Labour overcomes every thing. !!
 +  ?? L'​argent:​ :: Money, or silver. !!
 +  ?? Lex magna est, et praevalebit:​ :: The law is great, and will prevail. !!
 +  ?? Lex talionis: :: The law of retaliation. !!
 +  ?? Licentia vatum: :: A poetical license. !!
 +  ?? Lingua lapsus: :: A slip of the tongue. !!
 +  ?? Locum tenens: :: One who supplies the place of another; a substitute; a deputy. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== M =====
 +
 +  ?? Magna charta: :: The great charter of England. !!
 +  ?? Magna est Veritas et praevalebit:​ :: The truth is most powerful; and will ultimately prevail. !!
 +  ?? Mal à propos: :: Unseasonable,​ or unseasonably !!
 +  ?? Malâ fide: :: In bad faith. !!
 +  ?? Malgré: :: With an ill grace. !!
 +  ?? Manu forti: :: With a strong hand. !!
 +  ?? Mauvaise honte: :: Unbecoming bashfulness. !!
 +  ?? Meditatione fugae: :: In contemplation of flight. !!
 +  ?? Memento mori: :: Remember that thou must die. !!
 +  ?? Memorabilia:​ :: Things to be remembered; matters deserving of record. !!
 +  ?? Meum et tuum: :: Mine and thine. !!
 +  ?? Minutae: :: Trifles. !!
 +  ?? Mirabile dictu: :: Wonderful to tell. !!
 +  ?? Multum in parvo: :: Much in a small space. !!
 +  ?? Mutatis mutandis: :: After making the necessary changes. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== N =====
 +
 +  ?? Ne plus ultra: :: No farther, or greatest extent. !!
 +  ?? Ne quid nimis: :: Too much of one thing is good for nothing. !!
 +  ?? Necesaitas non habet legem: :: Necessity has no law. !!
 +  ?? Nemine contradicente:​ :: Unanimously,​ no one disagreeing;​ abr. nem. con. !!
 +  ?? Nemine dissentiente:​ :: Unanimously,​ or without a dissenting voice; abr. nem. dis. !!
 +  ?? Nemo me impune lacesset: :: Nobody shall provoke me with impunity. !!
 +  ?? Nisi Dominus frustra: :: Unless the Lord be with us, all efforts are in vain. !!
 +  ?? Nolens volens: :: Willing or unwilling. !!
 +  ?? Nom de guerre: :: Assumed name. !!
 +  ?? Non compos, or Non compos mentis: :: Out of one's senses. !!
 +  ?? Non est inventus: :: Not found. !!
 +  ?? Nonchalance:​ :: Indifference. !!
 +  ?? Nota bene: :: Mark well. !!
 +  ?? Nunc pro tunc: :: Now for then. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== O =====
 +
 +  ?? O tempora, O mores: :: O the times, O the manners. !!
 +  ?? Omnes: :: All. !!
 +  ?? Onus: :: Burden. !!
 +  ?? Onus probandi: :: Burden of proof. !!
 +  ?? Ore tenus: :: From the mouth; by word of mouth. !!
 +  ?? Outré: :: Preposterous. !!
 +
 +===== P =====
 +
 +  ?? Pari passu: :: With an equal pace. !!
 +  ?? Passim: :: Everywhere. !!
 +  ?? Pax in bello: :: Peace in war. !!
 +  ?? Peccavi: :: I have sinned. !!
 +  ?? Pendente lite: :: While the action (at law) is pending, or while it is going on. !!
 +  ?? Per curiam: :: By the court. !!
 +  ?? Per se: :: Alone, or by itself. !!
 +  ?? Perdue: :: Concealed. !!
 +  ?? Petit maître (Little master): :: Fop. !!
 +  ?? Posse comitatus: :: The power of the county. !!
 +  ?? Pour autre vie: :: For the life of another. !!
 +  ?? Prima facie: :: On the first face; at first view; at first sight. !!
 +  ?? Primum mobile: :: The prime mover. !!
 +  ?? Principiis obsta: :: Resist the first innovations. !!
 +  ?? Pro aris et focis: :: For our altars and our hearths. !!
 +  ?? Pro bono publica: :: For the public good. !!
 +  ?? Pro et con: :: For and against. !!
 +  ?? Pro forma: :: For form's sake. !!
 +  ?? Pro hac vice: :: For this time. !!
 +  ?? Pro loco et tempore: :: For the place and time. !!
 +  ?? Pro rege, lege, et grege: :: For the king, the constitution,​ and the people. !!
 +  ?? Pro re natâ: :: For the occasion. !!
 +  ?? Pro tanto: :: For so much. !!
 +  ?? Pro tempore: :: For the time, or for a time. !!
 +  ?? Protégé: :: A person patronised and protected. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== Q =====
 +
 +  ?? Quamdiu se bene gesserit: :: As long as he shall have behaved well. !!
 +  ?? Quantum: :: The due proportion. !!
 +  ?? Quantum meruit: :: As much as he deserves. !!
 +  ?? Quare impedit (Why he hinders): :: A law term, and means the writ which a person disturbed. !!
 +  ?? Quasi dicas: :: As though thou shouldst say; abr. q. d. !!
 +  ?? Quid pro quo: :: A mutual consideration. !!
 +  ?? Quid nunc ? : :: What now? !!
 +  ?? Quis separabit: :: Who shall separate us? !!
 +  ?? Quo animo: :: The intention with which. !!
 +  ?? Quoad: :: As to; as far as. !!
 +  ?? Quo jure? : :: By what right? !!
 +  ?? Quondam: :: Formerly. !!
 +
 +===== R =====
 +
 +  ?? Re infectâ: :: The business not being done. !!
 +  ?? Regina: :: Queen. !!
 +  ?? Requiescat in pace: :: May he (or she) rest in peace. !!
 +  ?? Res publica: :: The common weal. !!
 +  ?? Resurgam: :: I shall rise again. !!
 +  ?? Rex: :: King. !!
 +  ?? Rouge: :: Red, or red paint. !!
 +  ?? Rus in urbe: :: The country in town. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== S =====
 +
 +  ?? Sang froid (Cold blood): :: Coolness. !!
 +  ?? Sans: :: Without. !!
 +  ?? Savant: :: A learned man. !!
 +  ?? Scandalum Magnatum: :: Scandal, or scandalous expressions,​ against the nobility; abr. scand. mag. !!
 +  ?? Semper eadem: :: Always the same. !!
 +  ?? Senatus consultum: :: A decree of the senate. !!
 +  ?? Seriatim: :: In regular order. !!
 +  ?? Simplex munditiis: :: Simply elegant; free from gaudy ornament. !!
 +  ?? Sine die: :: Without mentioning any particular day. !!
 +  ?? Sine qua non (Without which, not): :: Indispensable requisite, or condition. !!
 +  ?? Soi-disant (Self-styling):​ :: Pretended. !!
 +  ?? Spectas et tu spectabere: :: You see and you will be seen. !!
 +  ?? Status quo: :: The state in which it was. !!
 +  ?? Sub poena: :: Under a penalty. !!
 +  ?? Sui generis: :: Singular; unparalleled;​ of its own kind. !!
 +  ?? Summum bonum: :: Greatest good. !!
 +  ?? Supra: :: Above. !!
 +  ?? Suum cuique: :: Let each man have his own. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== T =====
 +
 +  ?? Tapis: :: Carpet. !!
 +  ?? Tête-à-tête:​ :: Face to face, or private conversation of two persons. !!
 +  ?? Toties quoties: :: As often as. !!
 +  ?? Trait: :: Feature. !!
 +  ?? Tria juncta in uno: :: Three joined in one. !!
 +
 +===== U =====
 +
 +  ?? Ultimus: :: The last. !!
 +  ?? Un bel esprit: :: A wit; a virtuoso. !!
 +  ?? Una voce: :: Unanimously. !!
 +  ?? Unique: :: Singular. !!
 +  ?? Uti possedetis: :: As ye possess, or present. !!
 +  ?? Utile dulci: :: Utility with pleasure. !!
 +
 +[[phrases#​A|A]] - [[phrases#​B|B]] - [[phrases#​C|C]] - [[phrases#​D|D]] - [[phrases#​E|E]] - [[phrases#​F|F]] - [[phrases#​G|G]] - [[phrases#​H|H]] - [[phrases#​I|I]] - [[phrases#​J|J]] - [[phrases#​L|L]] - [[phrases#​M|M]] - [[phrases#​N|N]] - [[phrases#​O|O]] - [[phrases#​P|P]] - [[phrases#​Q|Q]] - [[phrases#​R|R]] - [[phrases#​S|S]] - [[phrases#​T|T]] - [[phrases#​U|U]] - [[phrases#​V|V]]
 +
 +===== V =====
 +
 +  ?? Vade mecum (Go with me): :: Constant companion. !!
 +  ?? Vale: :: Farewell. !!
 +  ?? Valet-de-Chambre:​ :: A servant who assists his master in dressing. !!
 +  ?? Veluti in speculum: :: As in a looking glass. !!
 +  ?? Verbatim: :: Word for word. !!
 +  ?? Versus: :: Against. !!
 +  ?? Veto: :: I forbid. !!
 +  ?? Vi et armis: :: By force and arms. !!
 +  ?? Via: :: By the way of. !!
 +  ?? Vice: :: In the room of. !!
 +  ?? Vice versa: :: The terms being exchanged; the reverse. !!
 +  ?? Vide: :: See. !!
 +  ?? Vide ut supra: :: See as above. !!
 +  ?? Vis poetica: :: Poetic genius. !!
 +  ?? Viva voce: :: By the living voice. !!
 +  ?? Vivant rex et regina: :: Long live the king and queen. !!
 +  ?? Vive la bagatelle: :: Success to trifles. !!
 +  ?? Vive le roi: :: Long live the king. !!
 +  ?? Vox et praeterea nihil: :: A voice and nothing more. !!
 +  ?? Vox populi: :: The voice of the people. !!
 +  ?? Vulgo: :: Commonly. !!
 +
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