"Quid Infantes Sumus?"
What are we, a bunch of babies?

"Post Tenebras Lux"
After darkness [I hope for] light

"Natura Nihil Frustra Facit"
Nature does nothing in vain
-Leucippus

"In Vino Veritas"
In wine [there is] truth

So after a fairly long absence I’m back and will be posting once or twice daily!
I appreciate all of my awesome followers, you guys rock!

Also, I’m taking requests. If there’s a certain topic or phrase you’d like to see up here, shoot me an ask and I’ll do my best to fulfill your requests!



rinkam asked:
My boyfriend got me a ring engraved "nascentes morimur" as part of an inside joke we have, and to remind ourselves to live life to it's fullest. I wanted to get him a ring with something engraved also in Latin. What is a quote short enough to engrave that is not too sappy cheesy but sweet and lovely?

Haha that is really cute, and a lovely idea :)

I’m not too sure, based on what you mentioned, of what you’re looking for but here are a few phrases that might work for you.

Amantes sunt amentes - Lovers are lunatics.

 Vires acquirit eundo – It gains strength by going (or as it goes).

Fluctuat nec mergitur - It is tossed by the waves but it does not sink.

I hope this helps, and good luck with the boyfriend :)




sexonthebeachisadrink asked:
Omnes vulnerant, postuma necat

I’m not 100% sure what you mean, but does “everything wounds, the last one kills” sound right?




njf96 asked:
Gallia est omnis divisa in partes tres :)

All Gaul is divided into three parts. 




jat91000 asked:
could you please translate "be truthful, gentle and fearless" Thanks!!

Esse verax, mitis et intrepidus




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