Deo ac Veritati is Latin for "For God and Truth".
Louisiana College's motto is 'Deo, Veritati, Patriae'.
The motto of Colgate University is 'Deo Ac Veritati'.
The phrase 'fortitud int deo' translates from Latin as 'between the strength of God'
Rejoice in the Lord all people
It means: Glory in the highest to the Lord
Deo means "god" in English. Deus is the Latin word for god and deo is the Spanish word for god.
DEO VINDICE is an ablative absolute phrase, roughly meaning "With God as our Champion." This refers to the belief of the Seperatists that their cause was favored by God and that their way of life was righteous.
"Doxa deo" is actually a combination of words from two different languages. "Doxa" is Greek for "glory" and "deo" is Latin for "god."
The Latin phrase Deo Vero et honori means 'God and honor'. It is often found on family crests in England and France.
With God to the end.
Exsultate jubilate Deo is Latin for Rejoice in the Lord.