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Results for: difficilis in otio quies Translations: 1 – 22 / 22 Latin English difficilis in otio quies tranquility is difficult if one has leisure crux mihi grata quies the Cross is my pleasing rest difficilis difficult, hard, troublesome difficilis, querulus, laudator temporis acti harsh, complaining, and the eulogist of times that are past (said of the aged who complain about the present while extolling the past) (Horace) dulcis et alta quies, placidæque simillima morti sweet and deep repose, very much resembling quiet death (Virgil) ex otio plus negotii quam ex negotio habemus our leisure gives us more to do than our business facundia difficilis eloquence is difficult grata quies rest is pleasing heu!, quam difficilis gloriæ custodia est! alas!, how difficult is the custody of glory! (Publilius Syrus) in cælo quies in heaven is rest in portu quies rest in port mors laborum ac miseriarum quies est death is repose from all our toils and miseries (Cicero) nam neque quies gentium sine armis, neque arma sine stipendiis, neque stipendia sine tributis haberi queunt for the quiet of nations cannot be maintained without arms, nor can arms be maintained without pay, nor pay without taxation (Tacitus) nec quies gentium sine armis, nec arma sine stipendiis, nec stipendia sine tributis haberi queunt neither can the quiet of nations be maintained without arms, nor can arms be maintained without pay, nor pay without taxation (after Ta c i t u s ) neque (enim) quies gentium sine armis the quiet of nations cannot be maintained without arms, nor can arms be maintained without pay, nor pay without taxation (Tacitus) neque (enim) quies gentium sine armis, neque arma sine stipendiis, neque stipendia sine tributis haberi queunt the quiet of nations cannot be maintained without arms, nor can arms be maintained without pay, nor pay without taxation (Tacitus) nullus difficilis cupienti labor no labor is difficult if you wish to do it (St. Jerome) peragit tranquilla potestas quod violenta nequit; mandataque fortius urget imperiosa quies power can accomplish more by calmness than by violence, and calmness best enforces the imperial mandate (Claudian) quies quietis quiet, rest, peace rabiem livoris acerbi nulla potest placare quies nothing can allay the rage of biting envy (Claudian) tempus erat quo prima quies mortalibus ægris incipit et dono divum gratissima serpit it was the time when first sleep begins for weary mortals and, by the gift of the gods, creeps over them most welcomely (Virgil) virtute quies in virtue there is rest
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