Vada retro me, Satana: Get behind me, Satan. (I’ll stop correcting all french prepositions a into à) 211. tristesse: melancholy 30. armamentum ad baculum => argumentum Che sara, sara: What will be will be. Thanks for the corrections. 198. toujour perdix: always partridge (too much of a good thing) 102. 29. 48. capable de tout: capable of anything (unpredictable) L’esprit de l’escalier (French) It means the spirit of the stairs, when you leave a conversation … La reine/le roi s’avisera: The queen (or king) will consider. Try writing a few sentences down with some of the words we listed above. Tempus fugit: Time flies. Fiat experimentum in corpore vili: Let experiment be made on a worthless body. Inuit. Gaudeamus igitur: Let’s make merry. 42. Here’s another writing challenge for you, a sequel to 150 Foreign Expressions to Inspire You. 76. dies irae: day of wrath 29. ami de cour: court friend Is that correct? 1. ab incunabulis: from the cradle 189. suo marte: by one’s own exertions 99. Omnia mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis: All things are changing, and we are changing with them. 203. tout bien ou rien: everything well (done) or nothing (attempted) 56. confessio fidei: confession of faith Ca va sans dire: It goes without saying. Bis dat qui cito dat: He gives twice who gives promptly. 121. “drift”; a spontaneous journey where the traveller leaves … Age quod agis: Do what you are doing. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform.” — Diane Mariechild. 138. piece justificative: document serving as evidence This is the translation of the word "inspiration" to over 100 other languages. 218. verbatim ac litteratim: word for word, and letter for letter Il faut cultiver notre jardin: We must cultivate our garden. The phrase numbered 61 have the same meaning with the phrase numbered 90. 184. spolia opima: rich spoils (spoils of the victor) 202. tout a vous: wholly yours (at your service) Add thousands of words anglicized from other languages and the result is … 71. de profundis: out of the depths Caveat lector: Let the reader beware. C’est la guerre: That’s war. 129. panem et circenses: bread and circuses (Abuse is not an argument against proper use.) 47. Would you appreciate the name of your former president being spelled as George W. Bu$h, just because I cannot find the S on my keyboard? 57. 49. 19. 179. semper fidelis: always faithful 74. Rem acu tetigisti: You have touched the point with a needle. 174. scene a faire -> scène à faire 49. cause sine qua non: an indispensable cause or condition Nous verrons ce que nous verrons: We shall see what we shall see. 108. mens sana in corpore sano: a sound mind in a sound body 144. 91. in omnia paratus: ready for all things Tout comprende c’est tout pardonner: To understand all is to forgive all. #20 ask any golfer, it’s le dernier pas that counts – the last step. 146. pro aris et focis: for alters and firesides Ua mau ke ea o ka aina i ka pono: The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness. 96. Tuebor: I will defend. Nosce te ipsum: Know thyself. 60. coute que coute: cost what it may De gustibus non est disputandum: There is no disputing about tastes. 112. Invenit/Pinxit: He (or she) devised/painted it. So if you're feeling inclined to increase your … I understand the point you’re making, but oh my do I ever love George W. Bu$h! 94. 11 Responses to “225 Foreign Phrases to Inspire You” Stephen on August 02, 2011 5:16 am. (Look at the proof.) 18. 37. In hoc signo vinces: By this sign you shall conquer. 14. 149. pro patria: for one’s country 28. 83. furor loquendi: rage for speaking English started as a Germanic language. Isn’t REALLY the means but the end. 45. Non omnia possumus omnes: We can’t all do all things. 209. trahison de clercs: treason of the intellectuals 2. a bon chat, bon rat: to a good cat, a good rat (retaliation in kind) Dérive (n.) Origin: Latin/French. 129. 142. pocas palabras: few words 193. tant pis: so much the worse (too bad) 154. quoad hoc: to this extent 11. ad majorem Dei gloriam: to the greater glory of God 52. comedie larmoyante -> comédie larmoyante 116. 115. mysterium tremendum: overwhelming mystery 71. 144. police verso: with thumb turned (down) 5. a bras ouverts: with open arms Si vis pacem, para bellum: If you wish peace, prepare for war. Believe. 120. – “as a benefit to whom?”, Excellent timing (a day after yesterday’s post, including Orwell’s dictat #5). 21. a la belle etoile: under the beautiful star (in the open air at night) 82. (Let us return to our subject.) They may just be words but they can help us acknowledge, accept, and understand certain matters in life. 16. aequam servare mentem: to preserve a calm mind 145. pour rire: for laughing (not to be taken seriously) 89. hic illae lacrimae: hence these tears 73. Exceptio probat regulam de rebus non exceptis: An exception establishes the rule as to things not excepted. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes: Who will keep the keepers? 155. quod erat demonstrandum: which was to be proved 1. pexels.com. 37. aurea mediocritas: the golden mean 7. Sunt lacrimae rerum: There are tears for things. ... used to remove a foreign body from the throat or to apply medication to it. 194. tempus edax rerum: time, that devours all things 145. However we all need a little bit of inspiration now and then. Sic transit gloria mundi: So passes away the glory of the world. Want to improve your English in five minutes a day? Therefore, taking the time to appreciate the significance of foreign names is going to set you on the right path, and that path continues right on to authentic language learning—i.e., learning with materials where characters’ names in dialogues aren’t exactly the same in every language. 9. Want to improve your English in five minutes a day? 139. 149. Similis simili gaudet: Like takes pleasure in like. 130. pater patriae: father of his country Though it probably would be best to hear these words directly from people in your vicinity, in “real life” so to say, but we’re not always that fortunate. 7. a coup sur -> à coup sûr Learn about us. The key to great prose Sic itur ad astra: Thus one goes to the stars (Such is the way to immortality.) 106. (pardon me if my spelling isn’t perfect here) Illegitimae non tatum carborundum: Don’t let the bastards wear you down. Fronti nulla fides: No reliance can be placed on appearance. You'll also get three bonus ebooks completely free. (The road to evil is easy.) 162. religio loci: religious sanctity of a place Se non e vero, e ben trovato: Even if it is not true, it is well conceived. 70. Below are some of … 88. haut gout: slight taint of decay 223. vis medicatrix natureae => naturae, Corrections: 124. 214. urbi et orbi: to the city and the world (to everyone) When you encounter some difficulties it’s hard to remain optimistic and inspirational language learning quotes come in handy. 156. quod erat faciendum: which was to be done 138. 18. aere perennius: more lasting than bronze Abusus non tollit usum: Abuse does not take away use. Naturam expellas furca, tamen usque recurret: You may drive Nature out with a pitchfork, but she will keep coming back. 82. folie de grandeur: delusion of greatness, megalomania 72. desipere in loco: to indulge in trifling at the proper time Absit invidia: Let there be no envy or ill will. 30. armamentum ad baculum: argument of the staff (appeal to force) 32. Iktsuarpok refers to the feeling of anticipation when you're expecting … 56. Dux femina facti: A woman was leader of the exploit. 153. quantum sufficit: as much as suffices 55. Veni vidi vici At the very least, employ these phrases to encapsulate your characters; the preceding type could be labeled folie de grandeur, or you might keep faux-naif in mind when writing another character. 122. nuit blanche: sleepless night 216. va et vient: coming and going (traffic) 125. ore rotundo: eloquently 60. Medio tutissimus ibis: You will go most safely by the middle course. Tout est perdu fors l’honneur: All is lost save honor. 54. compte rendu: report Dis aliter visum: The gods decreed otherwise. 88. Ignorantia juris neminem excusat: Ignorance off the law excuses no one. 45. brutum fulmen: insensible thunderbolt (futile threat of display of force) 148. pro hac vice: for this occasion (That’s how things happen.) Gardez la foi: Keep faith. 137. 5. 91. 28. amicus usque ad aras: a friend as far as to the alters (a friend to the last extremity) (Keep on, whatever may happen.) 100. 53. comagnon de voyage-> compagnon de voyage Qui s’excuse s’accuse: He who excuses himself accuses himself. Pereant qui ante nos nostra dixerunt: May they perish who have expressed our bright ideas before us. 180. semper idem: always the same (masculine form) 12. ad patres: to his fathers (deceased) Vive la difference: Long live the difference (between the sexes). And kinesthetic learners can retain the emotional connections that they feel were created in the story. 188. suo loco: inits proper palce 141. plus royaliste que le roi: more royalist than the king You will improve your English in only 5 minutes per day, guaranteed! 100. lapsus linguae: slip of the tongue 59. coup d’essai: experiment 57. contemptus mundi: contempt for the world 81. 2. 36. au mieux: on the best terms (on intimate terms) 165. saeva indignatio: fierce indignation Margaret Sutherland told me about you. Complete thoughts require inspiration and only a true writer has those skills and most probably, those gifts. Ira furor brevis est: Anger is a brief madness. 79. 76. Requiescat in pace: Rest in peace. 170. sans doute: without doubt 67. 224. vita nuova: new life Then there’s Cicero’s ever relevant Cui bono? 219. vieux jeu: old game (old hat) by Dan Dalton. 172. sans peur et sans reproche: without fear and without reproach 34. Cetera desunt: The rest is missing. (One day hurries on another.) 4. When I tell a friend about a topic I’ve read about, I discover whether I’ve understood it entirely. The phrase is “esprit de l’escalier” not “esprit d’le escalier”, and “ktema es ai” should be “ktema es aei”. 85. furor scribendi: rage for writing 51. They can also inspire, embolden, and even give us hope. 166. sal Atticum: Attic salt (wit) 127. outre-mer: overseas Get a subscription and start receiving our writing tips and exercises daily! à bon chat, bon rat// à bouche ouverte// à bras ouverts// à coup sûr// à l’abandon// à la belle étoile// à huis clos// à la page : in fashion// à merveille : perfectly, wonderfully// au grand sérieux : in all seriousness// aussitôt dit, aussitôt fait// bon gré, al gré// coûte que coûte// crise de nerfs : nervous breakdown// de bonne grâce : graciously// esprit de l’escalier// faux-naïf : someone faking innocence// malade imaginaire : hypochondriac// metteur en scène/ peu à peu// peu d’occasion : few opportunities//pièce justificative// pièce montée : wedding cake//point de repère//raison d’état//sans gène : about someone who has no social grace//sans peur et sans reproche : without fear or shame// scène à faire : obligatory scene. The fleeting years glide on. . Festina lente: Make haste slowly. 40. autres temps, autres moeurs: other times, other customs When you believe something can be done, really believe, your … 15. aegri somnia: a sick man’s dreams 99. lapsus calami: slip of the pen Sometimes we all need to hear words that lift us up. Thanks again for your collaborative assistance. 22. Subscribers get access to our archives with 800+ interactive exercises! 136. peu de chose: a trifle How some wise words can inspire English teachers The following quotes are a reminder how important the role of an English teacher is. Ils ne passeront pas: They shall not pass. 84. furor poeticus: rage for poetry 27. amicus humani generis: friend of the human race 127. Varium et mutabile semper femina: Woman is ever a fickle and changeable thing. 33. 135. I’ve listed foreign phrases that eloquently draw, in just a few words, a portrait of a person or a situation. 142. Quo vadis? There's a word for that, just not in English. 33. au bout de son latin: at the end of one’s Latin (at the end of one’s mental resources) Salus populi suprema lex esto: Let the welfare of the people be the supreme law. Lit. 77. esprit d’le escalier -> esprit de l’escalier 73. Ars est celare artem: It is (true) art to conceal art. Omnia vincit amor: Love conquers all. There are little joys in life like that of gathering together for … 4. ab ovo usque ad mala: from egg to apples (from beginning to end) 161. re infecta: the beusiness being unfinished Pereunt et imputantur: The hours pass away and are reckoned on our account. 63. crise de nerfs: crisis of nerves This one, today, is right up my alley. 69. 58. coup de maitre -> coup de maître 24. 164. rus in urbe -> res in urbe 117. However, Tom, this American did not forget anything. Natura non facit saltum: Nature makes no leap. 173. sans souci: without worry 119. nostalgie de la boue: attraction to what is unworthy, crude, or degrading 48. Poets know how to put words together and in doing so convey a deepness of thought. 19. a huis clos: with closed doors 59. 23. 171. sans gene: without embarrassment or constraint You will improve your English in only 5 minutes per day, guaranteed! 54. 136. 87. 171. sans gene -> sans gêne Typos: La reine/le roi le vEUt. 105. 46. Never mind the spelling, wait until us anglophones butcher the pronunciation. 134. 140. pleno jure: with full right Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori: It is sweet and seemly to die for one’s country. I am … 49. cause sine qua non -> causa sine qua non 132. pax vobiscum: peace be with you 207. tout ensemble: all together 9. ad arbitrium: at will (arbitrarily) 28 Beautiful Words The English Language Should Steal. Fiat justitia, ruat caelum: Let justice be done, though the heavens fall. 35. au grand serieux: in all serious 183. splendide mendax: nobly untruthful 112. mole ruit sua: it collapses from its own size 103. magni nominis umbra: the shadow of a great name (I came, I saw, I conquered). 53. comagnon de voyage: traveling companion 121. novus ordo seclorum: a new cycle of the ages 123. Truditur dies die: The day is pushed forth by day. Iktsuarpok. 133. 200. tous frais faits: all expenses defrayed 17. 95. jeu de mots: play on words 92. 62. 185. status quo ante bellum: the state existing before the war ): The more things change, the more they stay the same. 40 Inspirational One-Liners (Short & Sweet Quotes) Quotes. Primum non nocere: The first thing is to do no harm. Fiat lux: Let there be light. Sometimes, simply reading through a list of motivational words and contemplating what they mean to you, is a great way to feed your mind with positive motivation. 187. suo jure: in his own right Qui facit per alium facit per se: He who does through another does through himself. 20 Inspirational words which will make you successful These kinds of word’s are written for inspiring the true inner self of an individual in order to broadcast the livelihood. 8. His Tumblr is currently taking suggestions. Motivational Words: Speeches, Poems & Quotes That Inspire; Positive Words – An Epic A-Z List & How to Use Them More Often! 86. gens du mond: fashionable people 16. 131. In general, though, it’s a great list and thanks for sharing it. Today I plant the seeds for the life I long to live. BuzzFeed Staff. 143. point de repere: point of reference About Us. Explore 1000 Foreign Quotes by authors including James Madison, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, and Edward Snowden at BrainyQuote. 34. au fait: to the point (socially correct) Copyright © 2020 Daily Writing Tips . 25. a maximis ad minima: from the greatest to the least Credo quia absurdum est: I believe it because it is absurd. Nifty list! 197. toto caelo: by the whole extenet of the heavens Nous avons change tout cela: We have changed all that. 44. bon gre, mal gre: whether with good grace or bad (willy-nilly) 106. mauvais quart d’heure: uncomfortable but brief experience Dedicated to your stories and ideas. 204. tout court: quite short (simply) 148. There’s beauty to be found in all of them. Sanskrit. I have loved this word since learning it in junior High French class. 44. 30. Ce n’est que le premier pas qui coute: It is only the first step that costs. 13. Ecrasez l’infame: Crush the infamous thing. No matter what type of learner you are, you can benefit from an inspirational story that comes with a moral. Lasciate ogni speranza, voi ch’entrate: Abandon hope, all ye who enter. 109. metteur et scene: (stage or film) director 21. a la belle etoile -> à la belle étoile 152. quantum mutates ab illo: how changed from what he once was Labeling items around the house is a great way to learn new words. Hoc opus, hic labor est: This is the hard work, this is the toil. 143. Sic semper tyrannis: Thus ever to tyrants. Vincit omnia veritas: Truth conquers all things. Whether the expression is familiar or unfamiliar, however, is a matter of judgment. Make a difference to other’s life by inspiring them. Faire une scène : to make a scene// Tous frais payès : all expenses paid// Tout à vous/ tout de même// tranche de vie/ ventre à terre, L’esprit de l’escalier refers to that “Darn it!” feeling you get when you think of the witty comeback you should have made as you trudge up the stairs on the way back from your big night out…, I would make this persnickety little correction: In #28 you translate “aras” as “alters.” The Latin word “ara” (as in the constellation) means “altar.”. Alternatively, this post is a rich mine for a tale featuring an insufferable boor who tosses off foreign expressions ad arbitrium to advertise his erudition. Then there’s, “Veni vidi visa” (I came, I saw, I shopped!). 94. januis clausis: behind closed doors 126. otium cum dignitate: leisure with dignity 8. acte gratuit: gratuitous impulsive act Omne ignotum pro magnifico: The unknown tends to be exaggerated in importance or difficulty. 125. 26. a marveille: marvelously All Right Reserved, English Grammar 101: All You Need to Know. A language is an exact reflection of the character and growth of its speakers. Si monumentum requiris, circumspice: If you seek his monument, look around. 7. a coup sur: with sure stroke (surely) 107. meden agen -> meden agan Fluctuat nec mergitur: It is tossed by the waves but does not sink. 58. 158. quorum pars magna fui: in which I played a great part 77. esprit d’le escalier: the wit of the staircase 42. bellum omnium contra onnes: war of all against all Note the evocative strength of “Alis volat propiis,” or the motivating force of “Audentes fortuna juvat.” Can you taste the bitter regret of “Dis aliter visum”? And it takes just a little time to find out how these characters can be produced, also an a US keyboard. Poeta nascitur, on fit: A poet is born, not made. : Who goes there? 36. 39. ausssitot dit, aussitot fait: no sooner said than done Deo favente: with God’s favor Solvitur ambulando: It is solved by walking. 12. You’re welcome to suggest others. Panta rhei: All things are in flux. 41. . Subscribers get access to our archives with 800+ interactive exercises! 93. in statu quo ante bellum: just like before the war That’s why we have collected these 30 inspirational proverbs for you to read, whether for guidance, inspiration or simply for wisdom. The phrase is “esprit de l’escalier” not “esprit d’le escalier”, and “ktema es ai” should be “ktema es aei”. Ou sont les neiges d’antan? 205. tout de meme: all the same (nevertheless) Inspirational Quotes about Foreign May you find great value in these inspirational Foreign Quotes from my large datebase of inspiring quotes and sayings. Funny Inspirational Quotes About Life . 47. cadit quaestio: the question drops (the argument collapses) Cedant arma togae: Let arms yield to the toga. 213. uno animo: with one mind Language comes first. Eheu fugaces labuntur anni: Alas! Common Foreign Words in English List A to Z ADDucation’s list of common foreign words in English wasn’t easy to put together. The key to great prose Ex nihilo nihil fit: From nothing, nothing is produced. Hoc age: Do this. 215. utile dulci: the useful with the agreeable Siste viator: Stop, traveler. 133. peine forte et dure: strong and hard punishment Est modus in rebus: There is a proper measure in things. Think what you can do with a story titled “Mole ruit sua” or “Hic illae lacrimae.” (Moliere wrapped an entire play, one of the greatest ever written, around malade imaginaire.) 212. ultima ratio regum: the final argument of kings (war) 67. de bonne grice: with good grace Amor vincit omnia: Love conquers all things. 86. De minimis non curat lex: The law takes no account of trifles. He merely simplified the task of preparing this post for online publication by omitting diacritical marks, which must be separately entered with HTML coding. 221. virgo intacta: untouched virgin (Let military power give way to civil power.) 78. 66. custos morum: guardian of morals (censor) (It cannot be helped.) (The problem is solved by a practical experiment.) 141. 131. paucis verbis: in a few words Corruptio optimi pessima: The corruption of the best is the worst of all. 140. 150. Dum vivimus vivamus: While we live, let us live. They enjoy words and connecting with them. @Tom: I, for one, appreciate your attention to detail and tenacity in finding the typos and taking the pains to correct them with the proper diacritical markings. 123. obscurum per obscurius: explaining the obscure by means of the more obscure Add a generous helping of old Norse from the Vikings. But there’s also beauty to be found in many other words. Please find below many ways to say inspiration in different languages. 69. de mal en pis: from bad to worse Our language is the reflection of ourselves. 97. 35. 104. 39. 147. pro bono publico: for the public good OK, very funny…now how you do pronounce all of these?! If to dazzle is what you intend, julie says: 19. Abusus non tollit usum: Abuse does not take away use. You'll also get three bonus ebooks completely free. Voila tout: That’s all. 65. cum grano salis: with a grain of salt 66. Chacun a son gout: Everyone to his taste. Proverbs speak of simple truth we can all reflect on. In vino veritas. 74. dies faustus: lucky day 151. pro re nata: as needed Credo ut intelligam: I believe so that I may understand. Copyright © 2020 Daily Writing Tips . “A woman is the full circle. 115. 174. scene a faire: obligatory scene 109. metteur et scene -> metteur en scène Fata viam invenient: The Fates will find a way. Audentes fortuna juvat/Fortes fortuna bravat: Fortune favors the bold/Fortune favors the brave. 217. ventre a terre: belly to the ground (at very great speed) Silent leges inter arma: The laws are silent in the midst of arms. While Romance languages like Portuguese and French might get all the glory for their aesthetically pleasing words and phrases, there's a lot to be said for the beauty of the English language, too.After all, it's English that brings us such stunning showstopper words as ethereal and effervescent, euphoria and demure. : If youth only knew, if age only could! Play vocabulary games. Thanks for the list! Exitus acta probat: The outcome justifies the deed. 68. de l’audace, encore de l’audace, et toujours de l’audace: audacity, more audacity, and ever more audacity 163. ruse de guerre: war strategem It would respect to those languages and the people that speak them. 87. guerre a outrance: war to the uttermost Some sound pretty; others have interesting and beautiful meanings. De mortuis nil nisi bonum: Of the dead (say) nothing but good. Sobremesa. 3. a bouch ouverte: with open mouth (eagerly, uncritically) Balnea, vino, venus, corrumpunt corpora nostra//sed vitam faciunt balnea, vino, Venus — which I render as: Bathing, boozing, bonking, these corrupt our bodies//but bathing, boozing, and bonking make life worthwhile. 169. sancta simplicitas: holy simplicity (naivete) “We can do… (To the business at hand.) I realize that this omission, common in online content, compromises the integrity of the language. 96. ktema es ai: a possession for ever (enduring art or literature) 15. Quot homines, tot sententiae: There are as many opinions as there are men. According to Auden, poets love language. 77. 126. Tempora mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis: The times are changing, and we are changing with them. 6. #164 was correct before the above “correction” , Errors I noticed: Mutato nomine de te fabula narratur: With the name changed, the story applies to you. 102. lusis naturae: freak of nature 101. laudatory temporis acti => laudator Aide-toi, le ciel t’aidera: Help yourself, and heaven will help you. 108. 114. 128. 5. a bras ouverts -> à bras ouverts 159. raison d’etat: reason of state Ora pro nobis: Pray for us. 64. crux criticorum: crux of critics 78. faux bonhomme: false friend 55. concordia discors: discordant harmony But as everyone knows 58. coup de maitre: masterstroke 10. ad extremum: to the extreme (at last) 3. a bouch ouverte -> à bouche ouverte : Where are the snows of yesteryear? (esprit d’le escalier, one of my favorite expressions, refers to the chagrin you feel about coming up with a bon mot or an insult only after the opportunity to utter it has passed). 111. See more ideas about Words, Inspirational quotes, Quotes. 164. rus in urbe: country in the city C’est autre chose: That’s a different thing. Plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose (sometimes abbreviated to just “Plus ca change . 19. a huis clos -> à huis clos 83. 139. piece montee -> piece montée Odi et amo: I hate and I love. Qui va la? If to dazzle is what you intend, 52. comedie larmoyante: tearful comedy (sentimental comedy) Foreign WordsText For HimFear QuotesPerfect WordRelationship Advice Abhaya Mudra is a symbolic gesture of fearlessness, protection, and peace Abhaya Mudra is a symbolic gesture of fearlessness, protection, and peace. “Each letter of the alphabet is a steadfast loyal soldier in a great army of words, sentences, paragraphs, and stories. Humanum est errare: To err is human. Look – I’ve been meaning to tell you this for a long time – I read your blog every day and it’s fabulous. Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes: I fear the Greeks even when they bring gifts. 90. 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