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Results for: this is the great fault of wine, it first trips up the feet; it is a cunning wrestler (Plautus) Translations: 1 – 30 / 463 English Latin this is the great fault of wine, it first trips up the feet; it is a cunning wrestler (Plautus) magnum hoc vitium vino est, pedes captat primum; luctator dolosu ’st (fig.) friends are sometimes troublesome (Plautus) ubi amici ibidem opus (gen.) at a higher price, of a great value pluris (neut. pl. nom.) THESE (kisses) are sweeter than wine haec hec (neut. sing. gen) (the building) the size OF WHICH was great cuius a beautiful woman is more beautiful undressed than dressed in fine purple (Plautus) pulchra mulier nuda erit quam purpurata pulchrior A cat loves fish, but is unwilling to wet her feet. Catus amat pisces, sed non vult tingere plantas a faithful friend to so great a man, and a steady admirer of such great virtue tanto homini fidus, tantæ virtutis amator a great amount in a small space magnum in parvo a great book is a great evil (Callimachus, from the Greek) mega biblion mega kakon a great crowd accompanying (Virgil) magna comitante caterva a great effort for great trifles (i.e., so much work for so little gain) (Terence) magno conatu magnas nugas a great fire, unless you feed it, spends its rage in vain (Virgil) magnus sine viribus ignis incassum furit a great fortune is a great slavery (Seneca) magna servitus est magna fortuna a great fortune is a great slavery to its owner (Publilius Syrus) fortuna magna magna domino est servitus a great genius lies hid under this coarse body (or rough exterior) (Horace) ingenium ingens inculto latet hoc sub corpore A great good Magnum bonum A great man can come from a hut. (Seneca) Potest ex casa magnus vir exire a great man often steps forth from a humble cottage e tenui casa sæpe vir magnus exit a great mind becomes a great fortune (Seneca) magnam fortunam magnus animus decet a great step toward goodness is the desire to be good (Seneca) pars magna bonitatis est velle fieri bonum a grief too great to be told, O queen, you bid me renew (Virgil, Aeneas’s reply to Dido) infandum, regina, jubes renovare dolorem a knot worthy of a god to unloose (i.e., a great dilemma) deo dignus vindice nodus a man in love, though he is hungry, is not hungry (Plautus) qui amat, tamen hercle si esurit, nullum esurit a man of many letters (i.e., of great learning) homo multarum literarum a man of three letters (i.e., “fur,” a thief) (Plautus) homo trium literarum a man’s oldest friend is his best (Plautus) quam veterrimus homini optimus est amicus A mouse does not rely on just one hole. (Plautus) Mus uni non fidit antro a name as well as an omen (i.e., an omen in a name) (Plautus) nomen atque omen a patient mind is the best remedy for trouble (Plautus) animus æquus optimum est ærumnæ condimentum
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