Viriliter age

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Viriliter age is a Latin phrase often used as a motto; lit. Act Manfully, but often given the new age translation Act Courageously. The origins of the phrase and the context for its use are from Psalm 26. It is or has been the official motto of the following institutions:

Trinity Grammar School Kew, Melbourne, Australia