Top 10 Songs with Titles In Latin


The Top Ten

1 Diluvium - Obscura

Diluvium means flood, deluge. - Metal_Treasure

2 Carpe Diem - Dream Theater

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
4 Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer - Behemoth

"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
6 Mea Culpa - The Human Abstract

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

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

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

Google Translate translates it to "divine rage" - Metal_Treasure

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

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

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
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