1. From the Latin,
Brutum fulmen, a harmless threat. (Thunder that consists in mere noise, and is unattended by a bolt that strikes.)
Cacoethes loquendi, an over-fondness for speaking.
Ex tempore, without premeditation.
Ex vi termini, by the meaning or force of the expression.
Fac simile, a close imitation.
Functus officii, out of office.
Hortus siccus, a collection of dried plants.
Index expurgatorius, a list of prohibited books.
Multum in parvo, much in little.
Mutatis mutandis, the necessary changes being made.
Nemine contradicente, no one contradicting. (Without a dissenting voice.)
Nemo me impune lacessit, no one attacks me with impunity.
Ne plus ultra, the uttermost point.
Ne quid nimis, not too much of any thing.
Quid-nunc, a newsmonger. (Lit. What now ?)
Quid pro quo, an equivalent.