|friendships should be immortal, enmities should be mortal (Livy)||amicitiæ immortales, mortales inimicitias debere esse|
|(fem. pl. abl) A life is enriched BY THESE (friendships)||his|
|(fem. pl. abl) A life is enriched BY THESE (friendships)||illis|
|(fig.) there is need of haste (Livy)||maturato opus est|
|adversity reminds men of religion (Livy)||adversæ res admonent religionum|
|all a mortal’s works must perish; how much less shall the power and grace of language long survive! (Horace)||mortalia facta peribunt; nedum sermonum stet honos et gratia vivax|
|all things will be clear and distinct to the man who does not hurry; haste is blind and improvident (Livy)||omnia non properanti clara certaque erunt; festinatio improvida est, et cæca|
|be our enmities for time, our friendships for eternity (Cicero)||mortales inimicitias, sempiternas amicitias|
|better and safer is the certainty of peace than the hope of victory (Livy)||melior tutiorque est certa pax quam sperata victoria|
|better late than never (Livy)||potius sero quam nunquam|
|bravery and endurance make a man a Roman (Livy)||et facere et pati fortiter Romanum est|
|by fleeing, men often meet the very fate they seek to avoid (Livy)||fugiendo in media sæpe ruitur fata|
|by song virtue is made immortal; and, exempt from burial, it obtains the homage of remote posterity (Ovid)||carmine fit vivax virtus; expersque sepulcri, notitiam seræ posteritatis habet|
|Cruel love, to what lengths will you not drive mortal breasts? --- Virgil [Publius Vergilius Maro]||Improbe amor quid non mortalia pectora cogis!|
|cruel love, what is there to which you do not drive mortal hearts? (Virgil)||improbe amor, quid non mortalia pectora cogis?|
|death therefore is nothing to us nor does it concern us a bit, seeing that the nature of the spirit we possess is something mortal (Lucretius)||nil igitur mors est ad nos neque pertinet hilum, quandoquidem natura animi mortalis habetur|
|disgrace is immortal, and it lives even when one thinks it dead (Plautus)||hominum immortalis est infamia; etiam tum vivit, cum esse credas mortuam|
|enmities unavowed and concealed are more to be feared than when open and declared (Cicero)||tacitæ magis et occultæ inimicitiæ sunt, quam indictæ et opertæ|
|envy is blind, and can only disparage the virtues of others (Livy)||cæca invidia est, nec quidquam aliud scit quam detrectare virtutes|
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