(transitive, intransitive) live; be alive.
Memento Mori: Memento Vivere is a Latin expression that translates to “Remember you must die, so remember to live”, and features a collection of image-based works, including historical ones Photographers from Northlight Gallery’s Solari Collection and contemporary artists, each approaching the subject of death in…
A Latin word for “death”. In modern Italian, “mori” may also derive from the Latin maurus, meaning “dark-skinned.” Memento Mori, artistic creations commemorating one’s own mortality, Latin for “remember death”. Vincere aut mori, motto of Wilhelm Sebastian von Belling, Latin for “victory or death”.
In vivo is Latin for “in the living“. It refers to work done in a whole living organism.
A Biblical instruction often associated with the memento mori in this context is In omnibus operaibus tuis memorare novissima tua, et in eternum non peccabis (the Latin rendition of Ecclesiasticus 7: 40 in the Vulgate, “all your works remember your last end and you will never sin.”) This finds ritual expression in the …
These design features and stoic wisdom “Memento Mori, Amor Fati. ‘ That translates to ‘Remember death, love your destiny. ‘ This design is a great way to remind us to embrace destiny, focus on what we can control and live each day as if it were our last!
“Memento Vivere” in Italian means Remember to live.