Exsultate jubilate Deo is Latin for Rejoice in the Lord.
More or less it means praise God
Rejoice in the Lord all people
The motto of Georges River Grammar School is 'Exultate Deo'.
From that place I give to God is the English equivalent of the Latin phrase 'Do Deo inde'. In the word by word translation, the verb 'do' means '[I] am giving, do give, give'. The noun 'Deo' is in the ablative case, and means 'to God'. The adverb 'inde' means 'from there, from that place'.
deo gratias means thanks be to God
"With God for a leader, with God for a light."
Deo means "god" in English. Deus is the Latin word for god and deo is the Spanish word for god.
DiosGod, mostly used in the expression: Deo volente (God wish)
Deo means of God eg in nomine Deo = in the name of God Gite is a French term for a holiday chalet.
"Doxa deo" is actually a combination of words from two different languages. "Doxa" is Greek for "glory" and "deo" is Latin for "god."
"God in the Highest", as in "Gloria in excelcis Deo", meaning "Glory to God in the Highest".
Deo ac Veritati is Latin for "For God and Truth".