Top 10 Songs with Titles In Latin

The Top Ten

1 Diluvium - Obscura Diluvium - Obscura Cover Art

Diluvium means flood, deluge. - Metal_Treasure

2 Carpe Diem - Dream Theater Carpe Diem - Dream Theater Cover Art

Carpe Diem means seize the day.

It's a very short song, like 1:50 min long, part III of "A Change of Seasons" - Metal_Treasure

3 Carpe Diem - Phineas and Ferb Carpe Diem - Phineas and Ferb Cover Art
4 Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer - Behemoth Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer - Behemoth Cover Art

"ora pro nobis" means "pray for us". "Pray for us Lucifer".

Band leader Nergal studied Latin at the Uni as part of his history degree and museum curator specialization. - Metal_Treasure

5 Carpe Diem - Green Day Carpe Diem - Green Day Cover Art
6 Mea Culpa - The Human Abstract Mea Culpa - The Human Abstract Cover Art

A Latin phrase that means "through my fault" - Metal_Treasure

7 Mea Culpa - Enigma
8 Carpe Diem - August Burns Red Carpe Diem - August Burns Red Cover Art
9 Veni, vidi, vici - Kollegah Veni, vidi, vici - Kollegah Cover Art

I came, I saw, I conquered - Metal_Treasure

10 Mea Culpa - Ferre Gola

Mea Culpa means "my fault" - Metal_Treasure

The Contenders

11 Furor Divinus - Behemoth Furor Divinus - Behemoth Cover Art

Google Translate translates it to "divine rage" - Metal_Treasure

12 Veni Vidi Vici - Madonna ft Nas Veni Vidi Vici - Madonna ft Nas Cover Art
13 De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas - Mayhem De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas - Mayhem Cover Art

The title is a dog latin phrase meaning "About the Mystery of the Lord Satan" (the correct Latin would be "De Mysteriis Domini Satanae").
Dog Latin is the creation of a phrase or jargon in imitation of Latin. Dog Latin is more of a humorous device.
Because dog latin is an imitation of Latin, I can't put this song higher although it's an iconic metal song. But at least half of the title is in correct Latin - De Mysteriis. - Metal_Treasure

14 Dominus Sathanas - Burzum Dominus Sathanas - Burzum Cover Art

Similarly to the Mayhem's song, it is dog Latin which is the reason I see this song as an honorable mention
(the correct Latin would be "Domini Satanae", which means Lord Satan). - Metal_Treasure

15 Mea Culpa - Brian Eno & David Byrne
16 Carpe Nocturm - Tiësto

Tiësto song from the album Elements of life. Nice song. - PhoenixAura81

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