|Veni, Vidi, volo in domum redire||I came, I saw, I want to go home|
|agnosco, video vidi visum, conspicio, scio, teneo||understand|
|dulce domum||sweet home|
|ego verum amo, verum volo mihi dici; mendacem odi||I love truth and wish to have it always spoken to me; I hate a liar (Plautus)|
|hoc indictum volo||I wish this unsaid (i.e., I withdraw the statement)|
|hoc volo, hoc jubeo||this I wish, this I require (Juvenal)|
|hoc volo, sic jubeo, sit pro ratione voluntas||this I wish, thus I command, let my will stand in place of reason (Juvenal)|
|incendit omnem feminæ zelus domum||the jealousy of a woman sets a whole house aflame|
|memini etiam quæ nolo, oblivisci non possum quæ volo||I remember what I would not, and I cannot forget what I would (Themistocles, as quoted by Cicero)|
|miserrima vidi||I have seen most miserable things|
|nec, quæ præteriit, iterum revocabitur unda; nec, quæ præteriit, hora redire potest||neither can the wave which has passed by be again recalled, nor can the hour which has passed ever return (Ovid)|
|nil mihi rescribas, tu tamen ipse veni!||write nothing back to me, and you yourself come! (Ovid)|
|nimia est voluptas, si diu abfueris a domo domum si redieris, si tibi nulla est ægritudo animo obviam||it is a very great pleasure if, on your return home after a long absence, you are not confronted with anything to vex you (Plautus)|
|nisi Dominus ædificaverit domum, in vanum laboraverunt qui ædificant eam. Nisi Dominus custodierit civitatem, frustra vigilat qui custodit eam||Unless the Lord builds the house, its builders have labored in vain. Unless the Lord guards the city, those who guard need not be vigilant (Psalm 126:1)|
|opto, egeo, inhio, penuria, sis, volo||want|
|periere mores, jus, decus, pietas, fides, et qui redire nescit cum perit, pudor||we have lost all morals, justice, honor, piety, and faith, and with them that sense of shame which, once lost, can never be restored (Seneca)|
|qui nunc it per iter tenebricosum illuc unde negant redire quemquam||now he goes along the darksome way from whence they say no one returns (Catullus)|
|quo sursum volo videre||I am resolved to look upward|
|quod sursum volo videre||I wish to see that which is above|
|quæ sursum volo videre||I desire to see the things that are above|
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