|he fashioned hell for the inquisitive (St. Augustine)||curiosis fabricavit inferos|
|a child of those tears (St. Augustine)||filius istarum lacrymarum|
|and these were the dishes wherein to me, hunger-starved for you, they served up the sun and moon (St. Augustine)||et illa erant fercula, in quibus mihi esurienti te inferebatur sol et luna|
|avoid an inquisitive person, for he is sure to be a talker; ears always open to hear will not keep faithfully what is entrusted to them (Horace)||percunctatorem fugito, nam garrulus idem est; nec retinent patulæ commissa fideliter aures|
|avoid the inquisitive person, for he is sure to be a talker (i.e., secrets entrusted to idle gossips are no longer secrets) (Horace)||percunctatorem fugito; nam garrulus idem est|
|between bridge and stream the Lord’s mercy may be found (St. Augustine)||misericordia Domini inter pontem et fontem|
|Build (castles) in the air. (St. Augustine)||In aere aedificare|
|by-and-by has no end (St. Augustine)||modo, et modo, non habebent modum|
|careful, attentive, curious, inquisitive, worn out by cares||curiosus|
|custom is a second nature (St. Augustine)||consuetudo est secunda natura|
|deliver me from the evil man, from myself (St. Augustine)||libera me ab homine malo, a meipso|
|Faith is to believe what you do not see; the reward of this faith is to see what you believe. (St. Augustine)||Est autem fides credere quod nondum vides; cuius fidei merces est videre quod credis|
|faith seeking understanding (i.e., belief before understanding) (St. Augustine)||fides quærens intellectum (or, fidens quærens intellectum)|
|food for Acheron (i.e., marked for death; bound for hell) (Plautus)||Acherontis pabulum (or, Acheruntis pabulum)|
|food for Acheron (i.e., marked for death; bound for hell) (Plautus)||pabulum Acherontis (or, pabulum Acheruntis)|
|from all sides there is equally a way to the lower world (i.e., to hell) (Cicero, after Anaxagoras)||undique enim ad inferos tantundem viæ est|
|give me chastity and continency, but not yet (St. Augustine)||da mihi castitatem et continentiam, sed noli modo|
|give what you command, and command what you give. You impose continence upon us (St. Augustine)||da quod jubes et jube quod vis. Imperas nobis continentiam|
|God is best known in not knowing him (St. Augustine)||Deus scitur melius nesciendo|
|hear the other party (i.e., listen to both sides) (St. Augustine)||audi alteram partem|
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