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Results for: Magister artis ingeniique largitor venter Translations: 1 – 30 / 32 Latin English Magister artis ingeniique largitor venter Necessity is the mother of all invention magister artis ingeniique largitor venter the belly is the teacher of arts, and the bestower of genius (i.e., hunger [necessity] is the mother of invention) (Persius) ars gratia artis art for art’s sake (motto of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) ars; artis skill method, technique, conduct, character Artium magister Master of Arts (MA) de alieno largitor, et sui restrictor lavish of what is another’s, restrained with what is his own (Cicero) docti rationem artis intelligunt, indocti voluptatem the learned understand the principles of art, the unlearned feel its pleasure (Quintilian) Eventus stultorum magister Events are the teacher of the stupid persons. Stupid people learn by experience, bright people calculate what to do eventus stultorum magister (est) experience is the teacher of fools (Livy) exercitatio optimus est magister practice is the best teacher fingit equum tenera docilem cervice magister ire viam qua monstret eques the trainer trains the docile horse to turn, with his sensitive neck, whichever way the rider indicates (Horace) ingenii largitor venter the belly is the giver of genius (i.e., poverty inspires genius) (Persius) is mihi demum vivere et frui anima videtur, qui aliquo negotio intentus, præclari facinoris aut artis bonæ famam quærit he alone appears to me to live and to enjoy life, who, being engaged in some business, seeks reputation by some famous action, or some useful art (Sallust) magister master, canon, master of a school, professor magister alius casus misfortune is a second master (Pliny the Elder) Magister Artium (MA) Master of arts magister dixit the master has said so Magister Mundi sum! I am the Master of the Universe! millia frumenti tua triverit area centum, non tuus hinc capiet venter plus ac meus though your threshing-floor should yield a hundred thousand bushels of grain, will your belly therefore hold more than mine? (Horace) multa me docuit usus, magister egregius necessity, that excellent master, has taught me many things (Pliny the Younger) nam non solum scire aliquid, artis est, sed quædam ars etiam docendi not only is there an art in knowing a thing, but also a certain art in teaching it (Cicero) Natura, artis magistra Nature, the mistress of art naturæ non artis opus a work of nature, not of art Optimus magister, bonus liber The best teacher is a good book pinguis venter non gignit sensum tenuem a fat belly does not produce fine sense (St. Jerome) singula quid referam?; nil non mortale tenemus, pectoris exceptis ingeniique bonis why do I go into details?; we have nothing that is not mortal except what our hearts and our intellects endow us with (Ovid) stultorum eventus magister est experience is the teacher of fools (Livy) timor non est diuturnus magister officii fear is not a lasting teacher of duty (Cicero) usus est optimum magister use is the best teacher Usus magister est optimus practice makes perfect
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