Excelsior - Higher.                                                  ex·cel·si·or  ikˈselsēər/  noun  noun: Excelsior; noun: excelsior; plural noun:excelsiors  used in the names of hotels, newspapers, and other products to indicate superior quality.  "they stayed at the Excelsior"  NORTH AMERICAN  softwood shavings used for packing fragile goods or stuffing furniture.  Origin  late 18th century (as an exclamation): from Latin, comparative of excelsus, from ex- ‘out, beyond’ +celsus ‘lofty.’

Excelsior - Higher. ex·cel·si·or ikˈselsēər/ noun noun: Excelsior; noun: excelsior; plural noun:excelsiors used in the names of hotels, newspapers, and other products to indicate superior quality. "they stayed at the Excelsior" NORTH AMERICAN softwood shavings used for packing fragile goods or stuffing furniture. Origin late 18th century (as an exclamation): from Latin, comparative of excelsus, from ex- ‘out, beyond’ +celsus ‘lofty.’

Cygnus inter anates - Swan among ducks( ;) ) Follow us at facebook.com/LatinQuotesPhrases

Cygnus inter anates - Swan among ducks( ;) ) Follow us at facebook.com/LatinQuotesPhrases

Lateinische Zitate, Lateinische Phrasen

I love this quote. Its Latin for 'Nothing stands in the way' i want it on my left wrist

I love this quote. Its Latin for 'Nothing stands in the way' i want it on my left wrist

wall quotes wall decals - "You must do the thing which you think you cannot" | lifestyle

wall quotes wall decals - "You must do the thing which you think you cannot"

wall quotes wall decals - "You must do the thing which you think you cannot" | lifestyle

Cum mortuis in lingua mortua - With the dead in a dead language.  #latin #phrase #quote #quotes - Follow us at facebook.com/LatinQuotesPhrases

Cum mortuis in lingua mortua - With the dead in a dead language. #latin #phrase #quote #quotes - Follow us at facebook.com/LatinQuotesPhrases

E Pluribus Unum - Out Of Many, One. This phrase should never have been replaced. We were a great country when we believed in opening our gates, but it seems we've forgotten where our strength came from.

E Pluribus Unum - Out Of Many, One. This phrase should never have been replaced. We were a great country when we believed in opening our gates, but it seems we've forgotten where our strength came from.

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