(Latin: where)

Ubi non est directa lex, standum est arbitrio judicis, vel procedendum ad similia. (Latin legal statement)
Translated: "Where there is no direct law, the opinion of the judge is to be taken, or references to be made to similar cases."
Ubi non est lex, ibi non est transgressio, quoad mundum. (Latin statement)
Translation: "Where there is no law, there is no transgression, so far as it relates to the world."
Ubi panis, ibi patria.
Wherever there is bread, there is my country.

The motto, "Above all, I must eat," refers to people in desperate economic circumstances who are intent on fleeing their homeland to seek a better life.

Ubi pugnantia inter se in testamento juberentur, neutrum ratum est.
Where repugnant or inconsistent directions are contained in a will, neither is valid.
Ubi re vera.
Where in reality. (When in truth or in point of fact).
Ubi solitudinem faciunt pacem appellant.
They create desolation and call it peace.

Literally, "Where they create a desert, they call it peace" which is a quote from Tacitus' Agricola in which he was expressing the sentiments of a leader of the Britons who was defeated by the Romans.

Ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem appellant.
Where they create a desert, they call it peace (They create desolation and call it peace). Tacitus, in his Agricola, was quoting the leader of the Britons who was conguered or whose country was devastated by the invading Romans.
Ubi sunt qui ante nos fuerunt? Ubi sunt?
Where are those who lived before us?

Ubi sunt motif is a poetic theme emphasizing the transience of youth, beauty, or life itself. The most famous ubi sunt lament is that of Francois Villon (15th c.) for the beautiful ladies now dead and gone begins with "But where are the snows of yesteryear?" The question may concern persons, places, or abstractions; it may open a poem or be used as a refrain.

A motif; from Medieval Latin motivus, "moving", is a unifying theme threaded through a work of art. In Thomas Wolfe's novels, the father-quest, not for his earthly father but for a power on which he could rely, is a dominant motif.

Ubi sunt ui ante nos fuerunt.
Where are those who lived before us? (Title of a medieval lyric).
Ubi supra.
1. Where (mentioned) above.
2. Where above mentioned.
ubi supra; u.s.
Where cited above.

In the place in the book, document, etc. mentioned above.

Ubi tu Gaius, ego Gaia.
Translation: "Wherever you are, Gaius, there I, Gaia, am." A formula used in Roman marriage.
The quality or state of being in a place; local relation; position or location; whereness.
Ubicunque ars ostentatur, veritas abesse videatur.
Where ever art makes itself felt, truth seems to be wanting. (Ars est celare artem: Art consists in its concealment).
The condition of being in a particular, or specific, place.