(Latin: happy; blessed)

Beata morte nihil beatius.
No greater fortune than an easy death.

Motto of German King Frederick III of Austria (1314-1330).

Beati mundi corde.
Blessed are the pure in heart.

Motto of Lancing College, U.K.; from the New Testament: Matthew 5:8.

beatify (verb), beautifies; beautified; beautifying
beatitude (bee AT uh tood", bee AT uh tyood") (s) (noun), beatitudes (pl)
1. Extreme blessedness, happiness, and serenity: After the wedding services in the church, Jane and Matt felt a beatitude of joy.

The Beatitudes are the opening sentences of Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount which begin with "Blessed"; as, "Blessed are the poor in spirit."

2. Etymology: from Latin beatitudo "perfect happiness" and from beatus, "blessed" + -tude, "quality, condition of".
Medium tenuere beati.
"Happy are they who have kept a middle course."
Ultima semper expectanda dies homini, dicique beatus ante obitum nemo supremaque funera debet.
Man's last day must ever be awaited, and none to be counted happy until his death, until his last funeral rites are paid.