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Results for: so many servants, so many enemies Translations: 1 – 23 / 23 English Latin so many servants, so many enemies quot servi tot hostes a dagger to his enemies sica inimicis a master who fears his servants is lower than a servant minor est quam servus, dominus qui servos timet by heaven!, my friends, you have destroyed me (i.e., with friends like you, who needs enemies) (Horace) pol!, me occidistis, amici do not rashly believe a wife who complains of servants; for often the wife hates those whom the husband prefers (Dionysius Cato) nil temere uxori de servis crede querenti; sæpe etenim mulier quem conjux diligit, odit enemies carry a report in a form different from the original (Plautus) nam inimici famam non ita ut nata est ferunt every great house is full of haughty servants (Juvenal) maxima quæque domus servis est plena superbis Flatterers are the worst type of enemies Pessimum genus inimicorum laudantes gifts of enemies are unlucky inimicorum dona, infausta it is an arduous task to make all men your friends; it is enough to have no enemies (Seneca) omnes amicos habere operosum est; satis est inimicos non habere let our friends perish, provided our enemies fall along with them (a Greek proverb in Latin, condemned by Cicero) pereant amici, dum una inimici intercidant O Corydon, Corydon, do you think anything a rich man does can be kept secret? Even if his servants say nothing, his beasts of burden, and dogs, and door posts, and marble slabs will speak (Juvenal) O Corydon, Corydon, secretum divitis ullum esse putas? Servi ut taceant, jumenta loquentur, et canis, et postes, et marmora obsequiousness brings us friends, the truth brings forth enemies (Terence) obsequium amicos, veritas odium parit Science has no enemies but the ignorants Scientia non habet inimicum nisp ignorantem Servant of the Servants of God (a papal title) Servus Servorum Dei servants to the rich are the most abject divitis servi maxime servi some many servants, so many enemies (quoted by Seneca) totidem hostes esse quot servos the arts are the servants of life; wisdom its master (Seneca) artes serviunt vitæ; sapientia imperat the magistrates are the ministers of the laws, the judges their interpreters; we are all, in short, servants of the laws, so that we may be a free people (Cicero) legum ministri magistratus, legum interpretes judices; legum denique idcirco omnes servi sumus, ut liberi esse possimus The worst kind of enemies, those who can praise. (Tacitus) Pessimus inimicorum genus, laudantes through arrows and enemies per tela per hostes what would the masters do when their own servants dare such things? (Virgil) quid domini facient, audent quum (or cum) talia fures? your worst enemies are those whose faces are cheerful while their hearts are bitter (Cæcilius) hi sunt inimici pessumi fronte hilaro corde tristi
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