|personal enemy, foe, opponent||inimicus|
|a man above an enemy||vir super hostem|
|a personal action (or right) dies with the person||actio personalis moritur cum persona|
|a slight debt produces a debtor, a large one an enemy (Laberius)||æs debitorem leve, gravius inimicum facit|
|a small debt makes a man your debtor, a large one your enemy (Seneca)||leve æs alienum debitorem facit, grave inimicum|
|an enemy and an envious man is an eye over his neighbor (i.e., carefully watches his neighbor)||inimicus et invidus vicinorum oculus|
|an enemy of the state||hostis|
|armed with talons, beak, and wings against the enemy||unguibus et rostro, atque alis armatus in hostem|
|be on such terms with your friend as if you knew that he might one day become your enemy (Laberius)||amicum ita habeas, posse ut fieri hunc inimicum scias|
|Conquered By No Enemy. (motto of Gibraltar)||Nulli expugnabilis hosti|
|do not speak ill of your enemy, but plan it (Publilius Syrus)||de inimico non loquaris male sed cogites|
|enemy of the human race||Hostis humani generis|
|Enemy of the human race||Hostis hvmani generis|
|faith must be kept even to the enemy||hosti etiam servanda fides|
|Hannibal is at the doors! The enemy/danger is at the doors!||Hannibal ante portas!|
|Hannibal is at the gate (i.e., the enemy is close at hand) (adapted from Cicero)||Hannibal ad portas|
|he expels the darkness and the enemy||tenebras expellit et hostes|
|he himself teaches me what to do; it is right to be taught by the enemy (Ovid)||ipse docet quid agam; fas est et ab hoste doceri|
|it is enough to defeat an enemy, too much to destroy him (Publilius Syrus)||satis est superare inimicum, nimium est perdere|
|it is harder, much harder, to conquer yourself than it is to conquer your enemy (Valerius Maximus)||multo enim multoque seipsum quam hostem superare operosius est|
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