Felix (Latin for "happy" or "lucky") is a male given name and surname. See Felix (name) for individuals so named.

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Famous quotes containing the word felix:

    With us justice is the true measure of religion.
    —Marcus Minucius Felix (2nd or 3rd cen. A.D.)

    Careless credulity makes them the prey of those they trusted; and then they repeat their
    mistake by suspecting all alike.
    —Marcus Minucius Felix (2nd or 3rd cen. A.D.)

    We do not preach great things but we live them.
    —Marcus Minucius Felix (late 2nd or early 3rd ce, Roman Christian apologist. Octavius, 38. 6, trans. by G.H. Rendell.