Translations into English:

  • law             
    (Noun  ) (noun, adjv   )
     
    body of rules from the legislative authority
     
    written or understood rule
     
    statement that is true under specified conditions
     
    observed physical behavior
  • rule       
    (Noun  ) (verb, noun   )
     
    regulation
  • act         
    (verb, noun   )
  • bill     
    (verb, noun   )
  • condition         
    (verb, noun   )
  • motion         
    (noun   )
  • principle   
    (noun   )
  • statute   
    (noun   )
  • word       
    (verb, noun   )

Other meanings:

 
A law

Similar phrases in dictionary Latin English. (27)

cessante ratione legis cessat ipsa lexwhen the reason for the law ceases, the law itself ceases
de minimisnon curat lexThe law does not bother with the smallest things.
dura lex sed lex|the| law |is| harsh, but |it is the| law
dura lex, sed lex
lex artislaw of the skill
lex dei vitae lampasthe law of God is the lamp of life
lex destructivadumb law
lex ferenda; the law that should be borne
lex hac edictalithe law here proclaims
lex in casulaw in the event
lex lata; the law that has been borne
lex locilaw of the place
lex mercatoriamercantile law
lex non scriptalaw that has not been written
lex orandi, lex credendithe law of prayer is the law of faith
lex paciferatthe law shall bring peace
lex parsimoniaelaw of succinctness
lex rexthe law |is| king
lex scriptawritten law
lex supervacuadumb law
lex talionisthe law of retaliation
lex tempustime is the law
Lex XII TabularumTwelve Tables
lux et lexlight and law
natura non facit saltum ita nec lexnature does not make a leap, thus neither does the law
salus populi suprema lex estothe welfare of the people is to be the highest law
sine poena nulla lexWithout penalty, there is no law

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Adolescebat interea lex maiestatis.Meantime the law of treason was gaining strength.
Lex antiqua est.This is an ancient law.
Dura lex, sed lex.The Law is harsh, but it is the Law.
Dura lex sed lex.The law is harsh, but it is the law.
equitum Romanorum locos sedilibus plebis anteposuit apud circum; namque ad eam diem indiscreti inibant, quia lex Roscia nihil nisi de quattuordecim ordinibus sanxit.To the Roman knights he assigned places in the circus in front of the seats of the people, for up to that time they used to enter in a promiscuous throng, as the Roscian law extended only to fourteen rows in the theatre.
Nec ultra in defectores aut bona cuiusquam saevitum: rata fuere eorum qui acie Othoniana ceciderant, testamenta aut lex intestatis: prorsus, si luxuriae temperaret, avaritiam non timeres.No further severities were exercised on the persons of the opposite faction, or with property in any case; the wills of those who had fallen fighting for Otho were held to be valid, and with those who died intestate, the law was carried out.
igitur tractatis religionibus placitum instituto flaminum nihil demutari: sed lata lex qua flaminica Dialis sacrorum causa in potestate viri, cetera promisco feminarum iure ageret.A law however was passed that the priestess, in regard to her sacred functions, was to be under the husband's control, but in other respects to retain the ordinary legal position of women.
sed quaestores regibus etiam tum imperantibus instituti sunt, quod lex curiata ostendit ab L. Bruto repetita.The quaestors indeed were appointed while the kings still ruled, and this the revival by Brutus of the lex curiata plainly shows.
victa est sine dubio lex, sed neque statim et paucis suffragiis, quo modo etiam cum valerent leges vincebantur.Beyond question the law was beaten, but not at once, and only by a few votes, in the same way as laws were defeated even when they were in force.
Dura lex sed lex.The Law is harsh, but it is the Law.
tum primum revocata ea lex; credebaturque haud perinde exitium Antistio quam imperatori gloriam quaesit[tam], ut condemnatum a senatu intercessione tribunicia morti eximeret.This was the first occasion on which the law of treason was revived, and men thought that it was not so much the ruin of Antistius which was aimed at, as the glory of the emperor, whose veto as tribune might save from death one whom the Senate had condemned.
sed neque haec in principem aut principis parentem, quos lex maiestatis amplectitur: Brutum et Cassium laudavisse dicor, quorum res gestas cum plurimi composuerint, nemo sine honore memoravit.I am said to have praised Brutus and Cassius, whose careers many have described and no one mentioned without eulogy.
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