Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By the grace or favor of God: an expression usually inserted in the ceremonial statement of the title of a sovereign: as, Victoria Dei gratia Britanniarum regina (Victoria, by the grace of God queen of the Britains). It was originally used by bishops and abbots as expressive of their divine commission, afterward by secular rulers of various grades, and finally by monarchs as a special mark of absolute sovereignty and a divine legation.
“Unde cum sine Dei gratia salutem non posset custodire quam accepit, quomodo sine Dei gratia potest recuperare quam perdidit? ”
“Unde cum sine Dei gratia salutem non posset custodire quam accepit, quomodo sine Dei gratia potest recuperare quam perdidit?”
“Sed in hac professione quo dolo vasa irae molirentur irrepere, ipsa Dei gratia vasis misericordiae revelavit.”
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