(Latin: good)

Pro bono humani generis. (Latin statement)
Translation: "For the good of humankind [mankind or humans]."

Motto of The Rockefeller University, New York, New York, USA.

Pro bono publico. (Latin statement)
Translation: "For the public good."

The full phrase for the expression of pro bono in English. There are some attorneys who devote a portion of their working time to legal cases in which they represent the poor or seek redress for public grievances, and a necessary condition of true pro bono work requires forgoing one's customary professional fees.

Sat pulchra si sat bona.
Beautiful enough if she is good enough.

Also translated as: "Handsome is as handsome does" or "One's actions count for more than one's looks".

Scuto bonae voluntatis tuae coronasti nos. (Latin motto)
Translation: "With the shield of Thy good-will Thou hast covered us."

Motto of the State of Maryland, U.S.A. Also translated as, "With favor wilt Thou encompass us as with a shield."

Si finis bonus est, totum bonum erit. (Latin proverb)
Translation: "If the end is good, everything will be good."

Another version is "All's well that ends well."

Sola bona, quae honesta.
Only good deeds are honorable.

Motto of Emperor Louis IV the Bavarian (1314-1347).

summum bonum (Latin phrase)
Translation: "The highest good."

The highest attainable good.

superabound, superabounding
1. To be unusually, excessively, or over abundant.
2. To abound beyond something else.
3. To be very abundant or too abundant (usually followed by in or with): "They were superabounding with trash and mud after the hurricane."

Related good-word units: agatho-, bene-, eu-.

Word groups that are antonyms of this unit: caco-, dys-, mal-, mis-.