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"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." John 1:1 Share your love of the Lord and of all things Latin with this design. Great gift for homeschoolers who do Classical Conversations.

Tags: homeschool, bible-verses, classical-conversations, bible, christianity

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Sport the Latin phrase "Solvitur Ambulando," meaning "It is solved by walking." A useful reminder that taking a walk can help solve a problem.

Tags: gift, saint-augustine, quote, creativity, problem-solving

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Here Perennius is a Latin phrase that means “more lasting than bronze.” It refers to anything that will last a very long time. For example, poet Horace said that his poetry would outlive any monument man could make: Exegi monumentum aere perennius.

Tags: text, typography, saying, inspiring, inspirational

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Either I will find a way, or I will make one.

Tags: aut-viam-inveniam-aut-faciam, ancient-rome, cerberus, grumio, caecilius

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Legio I Minervia was a legion of the Imperial Roman army founded in AD 82 by emperor Domitian, for his campaign against the Germanic tribe of the Chatti. Its cognomen refers to the goddess Minerva, the legion's protector.

Tags: roman, rome, ancient-greek, romans, centurion

Legio I Minervia Crewneck Sweatshirt

by valentinpereda
$38 $30
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Latin greeting phrase used in Ancient Rome when writing letters, usually abbreviated to SVBEEV (“SVBEEV - si vales bene est, ego valeo - meaning “if you are well all is well, and I am well too”)

Tags: greeting, roman, latin-quote, all-is-well, well

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“Deeds, not words,”

Tags: language, motivation, disablednotdead, calligraphy, yannichingaz

acta non verba Crewneck Sweatshirt

by yannichingaz
$38 $30

Tags: greek, asphalt, yellow, vintage, classic

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Non omnis moriar is a Latin phrase that means “Not everything dies” or “I shall not wholly die” because “My work will live.” It is an idea meant to remind you that when you die, your works/legacy remain and will continue on, preserving the memory of you so you won’t be forgotten. The body may be gone, but the works remain. So it is important that we leave something good behind and thus be mindful of the actions we take on now.

Tags: my-work-will-live, i-shall-not-wholly-die, death, die, legacy

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Si vis pacem para bellum is a Latin phrase meaning “If you want peace, prepare for war.” It comes from Latin writer Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus’s tract De Re Militari expressing the idea that being armed and ready to fight in order to defend oneself is a viable way of keeping the peace.

Tags: quote, gun, grunge, battle, distressed

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Nullius In Verba is a Latin motto meaning “On no one’s word” or “take nobody’s word for it.” It’s for those who pursue truth and knowledge on their own, through their own experiment/investigation, rather than following an authority source. Perfect for scientists, philosophers, and explorers.

Tags: college, royal-society, philosophy, university, pursuit

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#latin

Tags: latinas, latin-quote, latina-pride, latina, latin-america

LATIN Crewneck Sweatshirt

by eyesblau
$38 $30
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Barba non facit philosophum is a Latin phrase meaning “a beard does not constitute a philosopher.” It was a proverb used in ancient times referring that one’s appearance doesn’t necessarily signify one’s personality or job. It is similar to the proverb, “Clothes do not make the man.”

Tags: saying, phrase, inspiring, gift, quote

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LATIN

Tags: hispanic, latinos, spanish, latin-america, brazil

LATIN Crewneck Sweatshirt

by eyesblau
$38 $30
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Amor vincit omnia is a Lain phrase meaning “love conquers all.” Sport this inspiring message that came from the Roman poet Virgil who wrote, “Love conquers all things; let us surrender to love.”

Tags: quote, text, quotes, motto, phrase

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Sic temper tyrannis is a Latin phrase meaning “thus always to tyrants.” It is said to be uttered by Brutus during the assassination of Julius Caesar. It is also used as a rallying cry against those who abuse their power. Perfect for a political protest/rally to express discontent towards those in power.

Tags: political, resist, tyrant, rally, protestor

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latin

Tags: latin, books, red-wine, music, wine

latin Crewneck Sweatshirt

by champ1
$38 $30
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Felix culpa is a Latin phrase meaning “fortunate fall,” “happy fault,” or “blessed fall.” In a theological context, it refers to the Fall of Man leading to positive results, such as the redemption of humanity through the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. It can also simply refer to any series of unfortunate events leading to a happy ending.

Tags: fortune, gift, saying, quote, phrase

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Ars longa, vita brevis is a Latin translation of an aphorism coming originally from Greek. The Latin quote is often rendered in English as Art is long, life is short.

Tags: motivational, carpe-diem, vita-brevis, ars-longa, text

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Sub Specie Aeternitatis is a Latin phrase meaning “under the aspect of eternity” or “from the perspective of the eternal.” From philosopher Baruch Spinoza, it refers to a universal, objective viewpoint.

Tags: gift, inspirational, motivational, eternity, perspective

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Yolo!

Tags: quote, yolo, carp, fish, wtf

CARP DIEM Crewneck Sweatshirt

by JulienTees
$38 $30
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Barba Tenus Sapientes is Latin for “wise as far as his beard.” Used to describe someone who looks smart but really isn’t. Funny gift idea that pokes fun at those who have a beard and think they are wise or those who place too much importance on looks.

Tags: phrase, barba-crescit-caput-nescit, saying, motto, joke

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Looking for an awesome Latin Gift Idea for Your Loved One Or Yourself? Look no further! This is an awesome gag gift for your Latin & sloth lover friends , coworkers or boss too. Suitable for birthdays, work anniversaries, Latin gift basket, graduates, retirement gifts, funny pun or just sitting in a pub with friends.

Tags: quote, sloth, sayings, hobby, gifts

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Si vis pacem para bellum

Tags: katana, killer-croc, captain-boomerang, el-diablo, harley-quinn

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Meliora is a Latin adjective meaning "better". It may be used in the accusative and substantively (i.e., as a noun) to mean "better things", "always better", "ever better", or, more fully, "for the pursuit of the better".

Meliora Crewneck Sweatshirt

by yannichingaz
$38 $30
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Because we all are COQUETOS

Tags: hispanic, latam, miami, hipster, coqueto

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Are you looking for a birthday, christmas or graduation gift for your philosophy or literature teacher, professor or fellow student? Find sophisticated and ironic designs for your friends and family, book lovers and nerds alike.

Tags: present, history, gift, christmas, birthday

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Auribus Teneo Lupum is a Latin phrase meaning “holding a wolf by the ears.” It was once a popular proverb in ancient Rome used to describe an unsustainable situation, especially when doing nothing and doing something are both risky.

Tags: motivation, inspiration, motivational, cool, words

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Cui bono is a Latin phrase that means “to whom is it a benefit.” Originally it was about identifying crime suspects. It now is a principle that states that the initiator of an action is likely the one to gain from it.

Tags: quote, motto, phrase, gift, question

Tags: roman, typographic, decoration, typography, text

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Veni, veni, venias, Ne me mori facias Veni, veni, venias, Ne me mori facias..

Tags: sephiroth, safer, onewingedangel, wing, fallen

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Carpe noctem is a Latin phrase meaning “seize the night.” It’s a motivational message for those who work hard during the day, tending to responsibilities, to take advantage of their evenings and have a good time. Inspiring gift idea for party animals and those that have the time of their life at night.

Tags: phrase, inspiring, text, inspiration, quote

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Vox nihili is Latin for “voice of nothing.” It refers to a useless or ambiguous phrase/statement.

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Para bellum is a Latin phrase meaning “prepare for war.” It comes from the phrase “si vis pacem para bellum,” which means “if you want peace, prepare for war,” written by Latin writer Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus in his tract De Re Militari. It expresses the idea that being armed and ready to fight in order to defend oneself is a viable way of keeping the peace. Can also be worn when engaged in an activity that feels like a tough battle, whether it be in entrepreneurship or a sport/game.

Tags: fight, war, nra, battle, defend

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on eagle's wings

Tags: engraving, woodblock, graphic, vintage, eagle

Alis Aquilae Crewneck Sweatshirt

by machmigo
$38 $30
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Share Julius Caesar’s words that he expressed after winning a short war. Can also express your conquest of anything.

Tags: conquest, inspirational, phrase, i-conquered, motto