Words at Play : Top 10 Latin Words to Live By

#2: In Vino Veritas

What It Means:

"there is truth in wine"

Where It Comes From:

It has long been obvious that alcohol can cause people to say things they otherwise wouldn't.

In the first century AD, Pliny the Elder referred to the "common proverb that in wine, there is truth [in vino veritas]."

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