Latin Romance Phrases

So I Cannot Live Without You or With You

Sic ego nec sine te nec tecum vivere possum (Ovid)
So I cannot live either without you or with you.

Love Is More Easily Quenched than Moderated

Facilius in amore finem impetres quam modum (Seneca the Elder)
Love is more easily quenched than moderated.

O Fairer Daughter of a Fair Mother

O matre pulchra filia pulchrior! (Horace)
O fairer daughter of a fair mother!

With You I Would Love to Live, with You I Would Be Willing to Die

Tecum vivere amem, tecum obeam libens (Horace)
With you I would love to live, with you I would be willing to die.

If You Want to Be Loved, Love

Si vis amari, ama (Seneca the Elder)
If you want to be loved, love.

The Revival of Love

Redintegratio amoris
The revival of love.

Who Can Mislead a Lover?

Quis fallere possit amantem? (Vergil)
Who can mislead a lover?