Dictionary of latin quotations proverbs maximus and mottos, classical and medieval, including law terms and phrases

 
9781130132281: Dictionary of latin quotations proverbs maximus and mottos, classical and medieval, including law terms and phrases
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1866 Excerpt: ...verbis solatur suis; Is est amicus qui in re dabia re juvat, ubi re est opus, PlAUT.--" He does nothing who consoles a desponding man with words; he is a true friend, who, under doubtful circumstances, aids in deed when deeds are necessary." Nihil aliud necessdrium, ut sis miser, quam ut te miserum credos.--"Nothing is wanting to make you wretched but to fancy yourself so." Nihil altum, nihil magrificum ac divinum suscipere possunt, qui suaa omnes cogitdtiones abjecerunt in rem tam humilem atque abjectam. Cic.--" They can attempt nothing elevated, nothing noble and divine, who have expended all their thoughts upon a thing so low and abject." Nihil credam et omnia cavebo.--" I will trust to nothing, and be on my guard against everything." Jfihil divert utrum cegrum in ligneo lecto an in aureo colloces: quocumque illum transtiileris, morbum suum secum trans fert. Sen.--" It matters not whether you place the sick man on a wooden bed, or on one of gold; wherever you lay him, he carries his disease along with him." Nihil difficile est Naturce, ubi adfinem Sui propfrat Momento fit cinis, diu silva. Sen.--" Nothing is difficult to Nature, when she is pursuing her end. A wood is long in making, ashes are made in an instant." Said in reference to the final destruction of the earth by fire. See JEsse quoque, &c. Nihil doli subesse credens. Coen. Nep.--" Suspecting no deceit." Nihil eripit fortuna nisi quod et dedit. Ste.--" Fortune takes nothing away but what she has given." Nihil est ab omni Parte beatum. Hob.--" There is nothing that is blessed in every respect." There is a dark side to every picture. Nihil est aliud magnum, quam multa miniita. Prov.--" That which is ...

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