|firmor ad fidem||I am true to the faith|
|Ama me fideliter, Fidem meam toto, Decorde totaliter, Et ex mente tota, Sum presentialiter, Absens in remota||Love me faithfully, See how I am faithful, With all my heart and all my soul, I am with you, even though I am far away.|
|Amantibus justitiam, pietatem, fidem||To the lovers of justice, piety, and truth. (Schleswig-Holstein) (Motto of Order of St Anne)|
|bonum certamen certavi, cursum consummavi, fidem servavi||I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith (St. Paul, 2 Timothy 4:7)|
|cujus tu fidem in pecunia perspexeris, verere ei verba credere?||can you fear to trust the word of a man whose honesty you have known in his handling of money? (Terence)|
|et nova fictaque nuper habebunt verba fidem, si Græco fonte cadunt parce detorta||and new and lately invented terms will be well received, if they descend, with slight deviation, from a Grecian source (Horace)|
|fidem fati virtute sequemur||with my own virtue I shall strive to achieve the promise given to me by destiny|
|fidem qui perdit perdere ultra nil potest||the one who loses his honor has nothing else he can lose (Publilius Syrus)|
|fidem qui perdit, quo se servet relicuo?||the one who has lost his honor, what has he left to live upon? (Publilius Syrus)|
|fidem servabo genusque||I will serve faith and family|
|fidem servo||I keep faith|
|fides facit fidem||faith creates faith; confidence begets confidence|
|ludit in humanis divina potentia rebus, et certam præsens vix habet hora fidem||the powers above seem to play with human affairs, so that we can scarcely be assured of the present hour [which itself is passing] (Ovid)|
|multa fidem promissa levant||many promises weaken faith (Ovid)|
|poscunt fidem secunda, at adversa exigunt||prosperity asks for fidelity; adversity exacts it (Seneca)|
|prius mori quam fidem fallere||die rather than betray trust|
|quicunque turpi fraude semel innotuit, etiamsi verum dicit, amittit fidem||whoever has once become known for a shameful fraud is not believed, even if he speaks the truth (Phædrus)|
|servabo fidem||I will keep faith|
|volat ambiguis mobilis alis hora; nec ulli præstat velox Fortuna fidem||the shifting hour flies with doubtful wings; nor does swift Fortune keep faith with anyone (Seneca)|
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