Acta, non verba action not words
Discendo, discimis. By teaching, we learn.
Ad astra, per aspera through hardships to the stars
Astra inclinat, sed non obligant. The stars incline us; they do not bind us.
Dum spiro, spero. While I breathe, I hope.
Amor vincit omnia. Love conquers all.
Aere perrenius more lasting than bronze
Felix culpa happy fault (qui adduxit me ad dominum nostrum - that brought me to Our Lord)
Barba tenus sapientus wise as his beard
beautiful Latin -
Imber rain shower
Solis occasum setting of the sun
Lux brumalis light of winter
Aurora borealis morning light from the north
Apricus full of sunlight
Manus in malo hand in hand
In perpetuum et unum diem forever and one day
Alis propiis volat. She flies with her own wings.
Mellifluus flowing with honey
Susurrus to whisper (onomatopoeia)
Meliora better things
scary Latin -
Fulminare to flash with thunderbolts
Brutum fulmen senseless threat
Stolen from Kate Miller-Wilson
Parent to pubescent, principal to pupil, priest to penitent: