Existing nowhere or nonexistent.
Place, location, position.
Common in English from about 1640-1740. From Latin ubi, "where".
Ubi amici, ibi opes.
Where there are friends, there is wealth.
Ubi bene ibi patria. (Latin motto)
Translation: "I owe my allegiance to the country in which I prosper."
Ubi bene ibi patria.
1. Where there is good (prosperity), there is my fatherland (country).
2. Wherever I prosper, there is my fatherland.
Ubi culpa est, ibi poena subesse debet.
Where the crime is committed, there ought the punishment to be undergone.
Ubi est thesaurus tuus, ibi est et cor tuum.
Where your treasure is, there is your heart also. [Vulgate, Matthew 6:21].
Ubi ius (jus) incertum, ibi ius (jus) nullum.
Where the law is uncertain, there is no law.
When carried to an extreme, uncertainty destroys law and the result is anarchy (essentially no law or government).
Ubi ius (jus), ibi officium.
Where there is a right, there is also a duty.
Privilege does not come free of responsibilities.
Ubi ius (jus), ibi remedium.
Where law prevails, there is a remedy.
Usually a reference to remedies for injustices.
Ubi jus incertum, ibi jus nullum.
1. Where the law is uncertain, there is no law.
2. Where one's right is uncertain, no right exists.
Ubi jus, ibi remedium.
1. Where law prevails, there is a remedy.
2. Every violation of right has its remedy.
Ubi libertas, ibi patria.
Where there is freedom (liberty), there is my fatherland (country).
Ubi mel ibi apes.
Where there is honey, there will be bees.
Honey attracts bees.
Ubi mel, ibi apes.
1. Where there is honey, there will be bees (Honey attracts bees).
2. Where the honey is, there the bees are.