pulchri- +

(Latin: beautiful; pulchritudo, from pulcher)

Bonitas/veritas/pulchritas.
Goodness/truth/beauty.

Motto of Marycrest College, Davenport, Iowa, USA.

Pulchra terra Dei donum.
This fair land is the gift of God.
pulchritude (s) (noun), pulchritudes (pl)
1. Great physical beauty and appeal; comeliness; handsomeness; that quality of characteristics which provide admiration for people: Grace certainly was true to her name and she exemplified her pulchritudes perfectly by beingĀ graceful, gorgeous, and lovely!
2. Moral beauty; those qualities of the mind which good men love and approve: Vincent fell in love with Kitty because of theĀ pulchritudes shown by her purity of heart, her goodness, and her generosity.
Physical beauty and charm.
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Loveliness and beautiful.
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pulchritudinous
1. Characterized by or having great physical beauty and appeal.
2. Physically beautiful; comely.
Pulchritudo et salubritas.
Beauty and health.
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".