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e pluribus unum
one from many (one of three Latin phrases on the Great Seal of the United States)
annuit coeptis
He (God) favored our undertakings (one of three Latin phrases on the Great Seal of the United States)
novus ordo seclorum
a new order of the ages (one of three Latin phrases on the Great Seal of the United States) {seclorum= saeculorum}
esse quam videri
to be rather than to seem (NC motto)
in Deo speramus
in God we trust/hope
Fides, Virtus, Scientia
faith, virtue, knowledge (motto of St. David's School)
ab ovo usque ad mala
from egg all the way to apples (a full course Roman dinner)
ad infinitum
to infinity, endlessly
ad nauseam
to the point of disgust
ad astra per aspera
to the stars through difficulties (KA motto)
addendum/addenda (pl.)
thing(s) to be added
Adesta Fideles
“O Come, All Ye Faithful”
ad hoc
for a particular purpose
ad hominem
to the person; appealing to feelings or prejudices instead of intellect
aequo animo
with an even/level mind (calmly)