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Vires acquirit eundoIt gains strength by going / as it goes. (Virgil)
vires acquirit eundoit gathers strength as it goes along (Virgil, said of fame)
animus tamen omnia vincit; ille etiam vires corpus habere facitcourage conquers all things; it even gives strength to the body (Ovid)
Contra Felicem vix deus vires habetAgainst a lucky man a god scarcely has power
crescit eundoit grows as it goes (motto of New Mexico)
cælitus mihi viresmy strength is from heaven
cœlitus mihi viresmy strength is from heaven
dant vires gloriamstrength gives glory
deficiunt viresstrength is wanting
dum vires annique sinunt, tolerate laborem; jam veniet tacito curva senecta pedewhilst your strength and years permit, you should endure and encounter labor; remember that crooked age, with silent steps, will soon arrive (Ovid)
et minimæ vires frangere quassa valenta little force will break that which has been cracked already (Ovid)
fama crescit eundorumor grows as it goes (Virgil)
Fama crescit eundoThe rumour grows as it goes. (Vergil)
fama, malum quo non aliud velocius ullum, mobilitate viget, viresque acquirit eundorumor, than which no evil thing of any kind is more swift, increases with travel and gains strength by its progress (Virgil)
ingenium superat viresgenius overcomes strength
Intra viresWithin the power
minimæ vires frangere quassa valentvery little avails to break a bruised thing (Ovid)
mobilitate viget, viresque acquirit eundoit grows by moving, and gathers strength as it speeds on (Virgil, said both of rumor and fame)
multis e gentibus viresfrom many peoples, strength (motto of Saskatchewan)
nec meus audet rem tentare pudor, quam vires ferre recusentmy modesty does not permit me to attempt a thing which my powers are not equal to accomplish (Virgil)
neglecta solent incendia sumere viresa fire, if neglected, always gathers in strength (Horace)
Noster amor vero capit arma, et quas tibi tempus Surripiet vires inseret ille novasAnd all in war with Time for love of you, As he takes from you, I engraft you new. --- William Shakespeare
quod si deficiant vires, audacia certe laus erit; in magnis et voluisse sat esteven though strength should fail, surely boldness will have its praise; in great attempts it is enough to dare (Propertius)
spes bona dat vires, animum quoque spes bona firmat; vivere spe vidi qui moriturus eratgood hope gives strength, good hope also confirms resolution; the one who was on the point of death, I have seen hope revive
strangulat inclusus dolor, atque exæstuat intus, cogitur et vires multiplicare suassuppressed grief suffocates, it rages within the breast, and is forced to multiply its strength (Ovid)
supra viresbeyond one’s powers (Horace)
ultra viresbeyond the powers
Ultra viresBeyond the powers or legal authority
Ut desint vires, tamen est laudanda voluntasAlthough the power is lacking, the will is commendable. (Ovid)
ut desint vires, tamen est laudanda voluntasthough strength may be lacking, yet the will is to be praised (Ovid)
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