Another word for motto
maxim, adage, saying, saw, epigram, aphorism, apothegm, pretty sentiment, slogan, catchword, watchword, byword, catch phrase, axiom, sententious phrase; see also proverb, saying. See syn. study at saying.
Familiar mottoes include: in God we trust; one from many, e pluribus unum (Latin); time flies, tempus fugit (Latin); seize the day, carpe diem (Latin); art for art's sake, ars pro arte (Latin); art is long and time is fleeting, ars longa, vita brevis (Latin); hail and farewell, ave atque vale (Latin); rest in peace, requiescat in pace (Latin), R.I.P.; peace be with you, pax vobiscum (Latin); love conquers all, labor conquers all, amor omnia vincit, labor omnia vincit (Latin); one for all and all for one; I came, I saw, I conquered, veni, vidi, vici (Latin); home sweet home, God bless our home, don't tread on me, thus be it always with tyrants, sic semper tyrannis (Latin); liberty, equality, fraternity, libertÃ©, Ã©galitÃ©, fraternitÃ© (French); God and my right, Dieu et mon droit (French), honi soit qui mal y pense (French), shamed be anyone who thinks evil of it; all is lost save honor, tout est perdu fors l'honneur (French); don't give up the ship; remember the Alamo; Our Country, right or wrong; abandon hope, all ye who enter here; knowledge is power; winning isn't everything, it's the only thing.
Another word for mottonoun
A usually pithy and familiar statement expressing an observation or principle generally accepted as wise or true:adage, aphorism, byword, maxim, proverb, saw, saying. See words
A rallying term used by proponents of a cause:battle cry, call to arms, call to battle, cry, rallying cry, war cry. See words