Latin mottos, maxims & phrases (A)

Over 1500 Latin mottos, Latin maxims and Latin phrases with English translations to explore.  A motto (usually in Latin) is a phrase, sentence, or word expressing a principle or ideal of a person or an organisation.
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      1. A mari usque ad mare. - From sea to sea. (Canada)
      2. Academiae Capitalis Sigillum. - The Seal of Capital Academy. (Capital University, Columbus, OH)
      3. Acta Non Verba. - Acts Not Words. (United States Merchant Marine Academy)
      4. Actibus immensis urbs fulget Massiliensis. - By her great deeds, Marseille shines in the world. (Marseille)
      5. Ad Astra Per Aspera. - Through Adversity To the Stars. (Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC)
      6. Ad Astra Per Aspera. - To the stars through difficulties. (Dr Challoner's Grammar School)
      7. Ad Astra Per Scientia. - To the Stars Through Knowledge. (Florida Institute of Technology, Jensen Beach, FL)
      8. Ad Astra. - To the Stars. (Portuguese Open University)
      9. Ad Dei Gloriam. - To the Glory of God. (St. Stephen's College, Delhi)
      10. Ad Destinatum Persequor. - I pursue destiny. (I pursue toward that which is resolved.) (University of Pretoria)
      11. Ad Docendum Investigandum Serviendum. - To Teach, Investigate, Serve. (Wright State University, Dayton, OH)
      12. Ad Humanitatem. - For Humanity. (Hartford University)
      13. Ad Inspirandum Aspiramus. - Aspire to inspire. (University of Worcester)
      14. Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam. - For the greater glory of God. (Loyola University Chicago)