|forgive these tears||da veniam lacrymis|
|a child of those tears (St. Augustine)||filius istarum lacrymarum|
|crocodile tears (Erasmus)||crocodili lacrimæ|
|do you count your birthdays thankfully?, forgive your friends?, grow gentler and better with advancing age? (Horace)||natales grate numeras?, ignoscis amicis?, lenior et melior fis accendente senecta?|
|even tears at times have the weight of speech (Ovid)||interdum lacrimæ pondera vocis habent|
|forgive and you will be forgiven||ferto, fereris|
|forgive others often, yourself never||ignoscito sæpe alteri nunquam tibi|
|hence these tears!, and hence all that compassion (Terence)||hinc illæ lacrimæ (or lacrymæ)!, hæc illa ’st misericordia|
|Hence these tears. (Terence)||Hinc illae lacrimae|
|her glittering eyes filled with tears (Virgil)||lacrimus oculos suffusa nitentis|
|his tears become him, and even virtue becomes more pleasing when it shows itself in a fairer form (Virgil)||lacrymæque decoræ, gratior et pulchro veniens in corpore virtus|
|I forgive you (Catullus)||ignosco tibi|
|if so great a man will forgive me (sometimes said sarcastically)||pace tanti viri|
|it is human to love, and it is also human to forgive (Plautus)||humanum amare est, humanum autem ignoscere est|
|It is human to love, it is also human to forgive. --- Plautus [Titus Maccius Plautus]||Humanum amarest, humanum autem ignoscerest|
|it is not possible that the son of these tears should be lost (St. Augustine)||fiere non potest, ut filius istarum lacrimarum pereat|
|Jobb's Tears||Coix lacryma-jobi L.|
|many shed tears merely for show; and have their eyes quite dry whenever there is no one to observe them (Seneca)||plerique enim lacrimas fundunt ut ostendant; et toties siccos oculos habent, quoties spectator definit|
|money is bewailed with a greater tumult than death; no one feigns grief in this case. … The loss of money is wept over with true tears (Juvenal)||majore tumultu planguntur nummi quam funera, nemo dolorem fingit in hoc casu. … Ploratur lacrimis amissa pecunia veris|
|our tears will fail before we cease to have cause for grief (Seneca)||lacrimæ nobis deerunt antequam causæ dolendi|
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