Hi all, I just wanted to share a list of some pretty cool latin phases you may find useful to use as a team motto. Take care and have fun. Frank 1. deo duce. with God for a leader. 2. in deo speramus. in God we trust 3. nihil obstat. nothing stands in the way. 4. quantum in me fuit. I have done my best. 5. a mari usque ad mare. from sea to sea 6. acta non verba actions, not words (motto of the merchant marines) 7. ad victoriam. to victory 8. audax at fidelis bold but faithful Motto of Queensland. 9. aut vincere aut mori either to conquer or to die 10. coniunctis viribus with united powers (Sometimes rendered conjunctis viribus) 11. cor unum one heart 12. Credo in Unum Deum I Believe in One God 13. cygnis inter anates swans among ducks 14. Deo et Patriae for God and Country Motto of Regis High School (New York City). 15. divide et impera divide and conquer (Caesar) 16. Ductus exemplo Leadership by Example (US marine's Officer's School) 17. dum spiro spero while I breathe, I hope State motto of South Carolina. From Cicero. 18. dum vita est, spes est while there is life, there is hope 19. et facta est lux 'And light was made' From Genesis 1:3 "and there was light". 20. facta, non verba actions, not words Motto of United States Navy 21. gesta non verba deeds, not words 22. in hoc signo vinces by this sign you will conquer Words Constantine claimed to have seen in a vision before the Battle of the Milvian Bridge. Motto of Sigma Chi fraternity. 23. In omnia paratus Ready for anything. Motto of the so-called secret society of Yale 24. Labor omnia vincit Hard work conquers all 25. Labore et honore By labour and honour 26. luceat lux vestra Let your light shine 27. nulli secundus second to none 28. nunquam non paratus never unprepared 29. vi et animo "With heart and soul" 30. In varietate concordia - united in diversity (also the The motto of the European Union and the Council of Europe) 31. Concordia res parvae crescent - Work together to accomplish more. 32. Coniunctis viribus with united powers (Sometimes rendered conjunctis viribus) 33. Multis e gentibus vires from many peoples strength Motto of Saskatchewan. 34. per unitatem vis "through unity, strength" Motto of Texas A&M university Corps of Cadets. 35. victoria concordia crescit "Victory comes from harmony" The official club motto of Arsenal F.C. 36. e pluribus unum 'From many, (comes) One.' Usually translated 'Out of many, (is) One.' Motto of the United States of America. Used on many U.S. coins and inscribed on the Capitol. Also used as the motto of S.L. Benfica.