I believe the phrase is "amor vincit omnia." It means "love conquers all."
Love conquers all.
This phrase means "the love of Christ conquers all"
'Amor Vincit Omnia' in latin means 'Love conquers all' in English.
Latin conquers all.
it means "Love conquers all"
Oklahoma's state motto is Labor Omnia Vincit. That means "Labor Conquers All Things."(also rendered as "Hard work conquers all", a reference to the early pioneers)
The shield was created for the sorority in 1920 and the inscription is Omnia Vincit Labore. It simply means all is conquered by labor.
vincit omnia veritas which means truth conquers all
work conquers all.
Veritas is the subject: truth. Omnia is the plural of all and is the object*: all things (=everything or just "all"). Vincit is the verb: conquer. Therefore "veritas omnia vincit" means "The truth conquers all." The "a" ending indicates that it could be the subject or the object, but we know it is not, because there is already a subject, and the verb has a singular ending. The plural verb would be vincunt.
Love conquers everything, so let us yield to love is the English equivalent of 'Omnia vincit amor et nos cedamus amori'. In the word by word translation, the noun 'omnia' means 'everything'. The verb 'vincit' means '[he/she/it] conquers, does conquer, is conquering'. The nouns 'amor' and 'amori' mean 'love'. The conjunction 'et' means 'and'. The personal pronoun 'nos' means 'us'. The verb 'cedamus' means '[we] yield'.
The expression "est operae pretium" is used, with the infinitive of a verb as the subject, to mean that the action of that verb is worth while, as in operam dare operae pretium est; studying is worth doing. Omnia vincit amor is another, unrelated expression meaning love conquers all things.
Vincit means:To win, to be victorious
what does omnibus omnia mean
Vincit is the present tense, third person of the verb vinco. It can mean he, she or it conquers.
The Truth conquers.
In omnia paratus means IN ALL THINGS BE PREPARED
This is a latin phrase from Apocalypse 21:5,Ecce nova facio omnia, meaning "Behold: I make l things new" referring to the revelation of the New Jerusalem to St John
He who tries, wins.
"All things excellently."
He (or she) learns all things.
to do, to make