Genus humanum

Human being.

Gerere morem alicui

Satisfy somebody.

Gladium destringere, stringere, educere

Unsheathe the sword.

Graciano (Decreto de)

(Decree of): Very important collection of doctrines that is part of the first part of the Corpus juris canonici. It was created between the years 1127-1151. Famous Italian canonist, author of the Decretum; is considered the real creator of the science of Canonic law. Born at the end of the XI century and died in the middle of the XII century.

Gradum addere

Extend the step.

Gradus ad Parnassum

Dictionary of Latin expressions with indication of the prosodic quantity of them followed by synonyms, poetic expressions, etc. that make easier the diversification for the ones devoted to create Latin poems, very especially the beginners.

Graecostasis o graecostadium

In Rome, public hall in the North of the romanorum Forum, inside the temple of the Concordia where foreigners met, specially the Greek, before entering the senate.

Graecum est, non legitur

He is Greek, it is not read. Aphorism of the Middle Age where it is condemned the influenced disdain of the ones who undervalue the ones who are unable to learn. Some use this expression as synonym of the Spanish: To bother somebody the black to read.

Gramatici certant

Grammarians discuss. It is used with reference to an issue over which there is not an agreement and still no decision taken.

Grates alicui

To thank somebody.

Gratia alicuius

The influence of somebody.

Gratiae causa

Please.

Gratiam alicui facere

Forgive somebody.

Gratias agimus tibi, Domine

We show our gratitude, God.

Grato animo

With recognition.

Gratulor quod…

I appreciate that…

Gratulor tibi de victoria, in victoria, victoriam

I congratulate you for your success.

Gravari coepit

Started to cause difficulties.

Gravi causa

Due to a powerful reason.

Graviter adfectus

Seriously ill.

Gutta cavat lapidem non vi sed saepe cadendo

The drop of water bored the stone not by force but through falling frequently.