Phrases from the Past We Need to Bring Back

Phrases from the Past We Need to Bring Back

Latin phrase tattoo meaning "She flies with her own wings" Love this. I want a bird cage with maybe one or two birds flying away on my foot, and "Fly high Free bird" on my left wrist. Already have a "dead" type bird on my forearm (story behind it)

Latin for "She flies with her own wings." This phrase is my personal mantra, so I've wanted this beauty for a number of years now.

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Esto quod es - Be what you are. #latin #phrase #quote #quotes - Follow us at facebook.com/LatinQuotesPhrases

Carpe Diem - “seize the day”: A Latin phrase that is commonly used in English. Has essentially become an English phrase.

Cura personalis - Care for the whole person. Would love this for my nursing tattoo!

Cura personalis - Care for the whole person. Something we talk about in nursing all the time, might make for a good tattoo if I ever decided to get one ;

i would change the words to mean "what saves me also kills me" for ms Quod me nutrit me destruit "What nourishes me also destroys me" Meaning of this quote: The term nourishes can be interpreted as metaphorical but when taken literally this Latin phrase can also be interpreted as' food is harmful for me " Critics would say this is a typical spell used by people who want to starve out and suffer from anorexia. Science has shown a low-calorie diet reduces the risk of aging diseases.

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( I want in different font, no cross)Angelina Jolie tattoo: “Quod me nutrit, me destruit” is a Latin phrase that translates into “What nourishes me, also destroys me.

Amor fati is a Latin phrase loosely translating to "love of fate" or "love of one's fate". It is used to describe an attitude in which one sees everything that happens in one's life, including suffering and loss, as good. Moreover, it is characterized by an acceptance of the events or situations that occur in one's life.

Amor fati is a Latin phrase loosely translating to "love of fate" or "love of one's fate". It is used to describe an attitude in which one sees everything that happens in one's life, including suffering and loss, as good. Moreover, it is characterized by an acceptance of the events or situations that occur in one's life.

latin phrase "ex umbris ad lucem". The raven symbolizes change, growth, transformation and the phrase means "out of the darkness into the light".

Top 10 Latin Tattoo Designs

Inscribing Latin tattoos of phrases & quotes is another ongoing trend in this present times. Here are the top 10 Latin tattoo designs for your idea.

Phases of the moon tattoo together with the Latin adage “Si vis pacem, para bellum”, translated as, “If you want peace, prepare for war”. Tattoo artist: Banul

Phases of the moon tattoo together with the Latin adage "Si vis pacem, para bellum", translated as, "If you want peace, prepare for war". Love the quote!

Love Conquers All (latin) I've always wanted this phrase somewhere on my body!

Love Conquers All: correct latin places the verb at the end of a sentece: "Amor Omnia Vincit" or "Omnia Amor Vincit" But when the roman poet Virgil wrote it, he spelled it out like this: "Omnia vincit amor et nos cedamus amori"

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