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It isn't Greek; it's Latin. Veritas et Aeuqtias - Verity and Equity - Truth and Justice.
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by Polyglot June 23, 2005
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Made popular by the tattoos sported by the heroic brothers in Boondock Saints the "Phrase Veritas Aequitas is not actually a phrase but rather two seperate words.

Pronounced:
Veritas = VAIR-ee-taws
Aequitas = EK-wee-taws

Veritas: truth
Aequitas: justice, fairness
I just got Veritas Aequitas tattooed on my arms like the guys from Boondock Saints. their uber chill
by imandrew March 20, 2009
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It is quite possible that the words veritas and aequitas come from the Latin version of Isaiah 59:14 "et conversum est retrorsum iudicium et iustitia longe stetit quia corruit in platea veritas et aequitas non potuit ingredi" -- which translates to the King James version as "And judgment is turned away backward, and justice standeth afar off: for truth is fallen in the street, and equity cannot enter."
Veritas Aequitas

Truth and equity
equity meaning justice
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Its base form is the ancient Greek language and stands for "Truth Justice"

To some this is a very powerful combination of words, that have a deep meaning and power of their own.
To others, it is a catch phrase used in the movie Boondock Saints, kindof like a motto.

I believe it is a basis for what most humans should live their life by, day and day. Truth and Justice would basically end all crime. Will that day ever come?
1. Hey, I completely believe in Veritas Aequitas.
2. Wasn't that cool when the guys had Veritas and Aequitas on their hands?
by Michael April 04, 2005
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