30 Most Popular Tattoo Quotes In Latin

tattoo quotes in latin

tattoo quotes in latin

Latin language – one of the greatest and popular languages in the world that were spoken long time ago. With it`s popularity Latin language left to us many popular quotes that became pledge of success for many of us. Quotes in Latin were used by many famous philosophers, kings, scientists and nowadays became very beautiful and popular tattoo trend. All Latin tattoo quotes have deep meaning and show our inner world.

tattoo quotes in latin

Popular tattoo quotes in Latin became something like public proverb by which we want to say all that we have in our hearts by one word or phrase. Despite all these facts there is no doubt that popular tattoo quotes looks much better when we used Latin alphabet than in others. About size there is no any limits for tattooing Latin quotes. You may tattooing your favourite tattoo quotes in Latin from shoulder to shoulder, you may tattoo on hand, on inner forearm or you may tattooing little tattoo quotes in Latin as this one ”Veni, Vidi, Vici”.

tattoo lettering in latin

Celebrities take part in tattooing popular tattoo quotes in Latin. Among them illustrious Angelina Jolie with her`s ex husband`s name, David Beckham with his children names, also with his wife Victoria Beckham`s name written by Latin alphabet.

David Beckham

Angelina Jolie

So, as says, there is no friend to taste. You may tattoo popular tattoo quotes in Latin as your heart tells you. You may choose celebrities tattoo quotes as examples, or you may choose tattoo quotes in Latin with meaning yourself.

Here I want present to you 30 most popular tattoo quotes in Latin:

  1. Ab ovo usque ad mala – From the egg to the apple but it`s concrete meaning is “From the begining to the end”.
  2. Advocatus diaboli – Devil’s advocate.
  3. Alea jacta est – Die is cast.
  4. Aquila non captat muscas – The eagle doesn’t capture flies (don’t sweat the small things).
  5. Aut Caesar, aut nihil – Either Caesar or nothing.
  6. Caesarem decet stantem mori – Caesar should die standing.
  7. Cogitations poenam nemo patitur – There is no judge for thoughts.
  8. Cogito, ergo sum – I think, therefore I am.
  9. Credo, quia verum – I believe because that is truth.
  10. Deus ex machina – God from machine.
  11. Deus, honor et gloria – God, honor and glory.
  12. Ducunt volentem fata, nolentem trahunt – Fate leads the unwilling.
  13. Dura lex, sed lex – The law is harsh, but it’s the law.
  14. Esto perpetua – will always.
  15. Facilis descensus Averni – Easy descent.
  16. Hoc est vivere bis, vita posse priore frui – This is to live twice, the first to be able to enjoy.
  17. Igni et ferro – Fire and steel.
  18. Infelicissimum genus infortunii est fuisse felicem – Most unhappy kind of misfortune to have been happy.
  19. Magna res est amor – The great thing is the love.
  20. Memento mori – Remember about the death.
  21. Nihil habeo, nihil curo – I have nothing, nothing care.
  22. Natus ut primus sim – Born to be the first.
  23. Oderint dum metuant – Let them hate just be afraid.
  24. Omnia mea mecum porto – My All.
  25. Per aspera ad astra – Through the darkness to the stars.
  26. Primus inter pares – First among equals.
  27. Scio me nihil scire – I know that I nothing know.
  28. Veni, vidi vici – I came, I saw, I conquered.
  29. Suum cuique – From each his own.
  30. Ex oriente lux – The Sun rises from the East.

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