|pro rege et patria||for king and country|
|A Deo et Rege||From God and the King|
|animum rege, qui nisi paret imperat||rule your spirit well, for if it is not subject to you, it will rule over you (Horace)|
|atque in rege tamen pater est||and yet in the king there is the father (Ovid)|
|credo pudicitiam Saturno rege moratam in terris||I believe that during the reign of Saturn (the Golden Age), chastity dwelt upon the earth|
|Deo fidelis et patria||faithful to God and country|
|dulce et decorum est pro patria mori||sweet and seemly it is to die for one’s country (Horace)|
|Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori.||it is sweet and fitting to die for ones country. (Horace)|
|dulcis pro patria labor||labor for one’s country is sweet|
|fallitur, egregio quisquis sub principe credit servitium. Nunquam libertas gratior extat quam sub rege pio||whoever thinks it slavery to serve under an eminent prince is mistaken. Liberty is never more gracious than under a pious king (Claudian)|
|fortunato omne solum patria est||to the fortunate, every land is his country|
|hic domus, hæc patria est||here our home, this our country (Virgil)|
|ingrata patria, ne ossa quidem mea habebis||ungrateful country, you shall not have even my bones (Scipio Africanus)|
|ira furor brevis est; animum rege, qui, nisi paret, imperat; hunc frenis, hunc tu compesce catena||anger is a brief madness; control your temper, for unless it obeys, it commands you; restrain it with bit and chain (Horace)|
|libertas sub rege pio||liberty under a pious king|
|nec rege, nec populo, sed utrique||neither for king, nor for people, but for both|
|Nemo propheta in patria sua||No one is considered a prophet in his hometown/homeland|
|nemo unquam sine magna spe immortalitatis se pro patria offerret ad mortem||no one could ever meet death for his country without the hope of immortality (Cicero)|
|non ille pro charis amicis, aut patria timidus perire||he dares for his country or his friends to die (Horace)|
|nunquam libertas gratior extat quam sub rege pio||liberty is never more enjoyable than under a pious king (Claudian)|
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