|happy is the man who fears the Lord, who is all the more willing to follow his commands (Psalm 112:1)||beatus vir qui timet Dominum, in mandatis ejus volet nimis|
|(fem. sing. acc.) (the church), WHICH the Lord loved||quam|
|a king is one who fears nothing; a king is one who desires nothing (Seneca)||rex est qui metuit nihil; rex est qui cupit nihil|
|a lofty thing fears being made equal with a lower||æquari pavet alta minori|
|A lover always believes it to be as he fears. --- Ovid [Publius Ovidius Naso]||Amans semper, quod timet, esse putat|
|a master who fears his servants is lower than a servant||minor est quam servus, dominus qui servos timet|
|a person should ever look to his last day, and no one should be accounted happy before he is dead, or until his funeral rites have been performed (Ovid)||ultima semper expectanda dies homini (est), dicique beatus ante obitum nemo supremaque funera debet|
|a well-prepared heart hopes in adversity and fears in prosperity for a change of fortune (Horace)||sperat infestis, metuit secundis alteram (ad) sortem bene præparatum pectus|
|always happy; ever fortunate||semper felix|
|And those that follow||Et sequentes (et seq. Or seqq.)|
|and with thy spirit (liturgical response to Dominus vobiscum, the Lord be with you)||et cum spiritu tuo|
|anger is a brief madness; control your temper, for unless it obeys, it commands you; restrain it with bit and chain (Horace)||ira furor brevis est; animum rege, qui, nisi paret, imperat; hunc frenis, hunc tu compesce catena|
|Are your cows happy?||Suntne vacci laeti|
|as for rumor and reputation, let us consider them as matters that must follow, not guide, our actions (Seneca)||opinionem quidem et famam eo loco habeamus, tamquam non ducere sed sequi debeat|
|be it your care to follow; with me for your guide, you will be safe (Ovid)||sit tua cura sequi; me duce tutus eris|
|being admonished, let us follow better counsel (Virgil)||moniti meliora sequamur|
|between bridge and stream the Lord’s mercy may be found (St. Augustine)||misericordia Domini inter pontem et fontem|
|bless the Lord, all the works of the Lord; praise him and exalt him above all things forever (Daniel 3:57)||benedicite, omnia opera Domini, Domino; laudate et superexaltate eum in secula|
|blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord (St. Matthew 21:9)||benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini|
|Bread and circuses. Food and games to keep people happy. (Juvenalis)||Panem et circenses|
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