|deliberat Roma, perit Saguntum||while Rome deliberates, Saguntum perishes (i.e., while we talk, our allies perish)|
|bis interimitur qui suis armis perit||he dies twice who perishes by his own weapons (i.e., by his own devices) (Publilius Syrus)|
|Bis interimitur qui suis armis perit||He is doubly destroyed who perishes by his own arms. (Syrus)|
|bonis quod bene fit (or benefit) haud perit||whatever good is done for good men is never done in vain (Plautus)|
|deliberando sæpe perit occasio||an opportunity (or occasion) is often lost through deliberation (Publilius Syrus)|
|inops, potentem dum vult imitari, perit||it is destruction to the weak man to attempt to imitate the powerful (Phædrus)|
|litera scripta manet, verbum ut inane perit||the written word remains, what is spoken perishes|
|moribus antiquis stat Roma||Rome stands by its ancient morals|
|Non uno die roma aedificata est||Rome was not built in one day (either)|
|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)|
|perit omnis in illo nobilitas, cujus laus est in origine sola||he loses all nobility whose only merit is noble birth (Saleius Bassus)|
|plus est quam vita salusque, quod perit; in totum mundi prosternimur ævum||more than life and safety is lost in the present conflict; we are laid prostrate even to the last generation of the world (Lucan)|
|prima urbes inter, divum domus, aurea Roma||first among cities, home of the gods, is golden Rome (Ausonius)|
|qui in amore præcipitavit pejus perit, quam si saxo saliat||he who falls in love meets a worse fate than he who leaps from a rock (Plautus)|
|quicquid crescit in cinere perit||whatever grows perishes in ashes|
|quod cito fit, cito perit||what is done quickly, perishes quickly|
|quot cœlum stellas, tot habet tua Roma puellas||there are as many girls in your Rome as there are stars in the sky (Ovid)|
|Qvod cito acqviritvr cito perit||[that] which is quickly acquired [is] quickly lost. Eeasy come, easy go|
|res perit suo domino||the loss falls upon its owner|
|Roma locuta est. Causa finita est||Rome has spoken. The cause is finished|
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