|Whatever is said in Latin sounds profound||Quidquid Latine dictum sit, altum viditur|
|a being of extraordinary and profound silence (Horace)||egregii mortalem, altique silenti|
|all things must be in Greek!, when it is more shameful for our Romans to be ignorant of Latin (Juvenal)||omnia Græce!, cum sit turpe magis nostris nescire Latine|
|Anything said in Latin sounds profound||Quid quid latine dictum sit, altum videtur|
|Anything said in Latin sounds profound||Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur|
|before the trumpet sounds he trembles all over (Virgil)||ante tubam tremor occupat artus|
|Beware of anyone who has just one book. (Latin Epigram)||Cave ab homine unius libri|
|deep, profound, high, thick, dense, boundless||profundus|
|divine nature gave us the fields, human art built our cities (Latin version of the Spanish motto over the Santa Barbara County Court House) (Varro)||divina natura dedit agros, ars humana ædificavit urbes|
|Fools laugh at the Latin language. (Ovid)||Rident stolidi verba latina|
|he trembles before the trumpet sounds (i.e., he cries before he is hurt) (Virgil)||ante tubam trepidat|
|Honk if you speak Latin||Sona si latine loqueris|
|I dont really know all that much Latin||Revera linguam latinam vix cognovi|
|I have this compulsion to speak Latin||Latine loqui coactus sum|
|in Greek he is the most accomplished Grecian, and in Latin the most thorough Latinist (said of Erasmus)||inter Græcos græcissimus, inter Latinos latinissimus|
|in Latin||Latīnē (adv.)|
|in words like these the Sybil utters her fearful oracles of dubious import, and sounds them forth from her cavern, blending truth with obscurity (Virgil)||talibus ex adyto dictis Cumæa Sibylla horrendas canit ambages, antroque remugit, obscuris vera involvens|
|Latin language (linguae Latīnae = of the Latin language)||linguam Latīnam (direct object form)|
|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|
|Oh! Was I speaking Latin again? Silly me. Sometimes it just sort of slips out.||Vah! Denuone Latine loquebar? Me ineptum. Interdum modo elabitur.|
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