|illis||(fem. pl. abl) A life is enriched BY THESE (friendships)|
|illis||(fem. pl. dat.) She gave her property TO THOSE (churches)|
|illis||(masc. pl. abl.) They passed BY THOSE (roads)|
|illis||(masc. pl. dat.) Tell it TO THOSE (Marines)|
|illis||(neut. pl. abl.) She earned it BY THESE (her deeds)|
|illis||(neut. pl. dat.) Listen TO THESE (orders)|
|carior est illis homo quam sibi||man is dearer to them (the gods) than to himself (Juvenal)|
|diversa ab illis virtute valemus||we are strong because our skill differs from theirs|
|et nati natorum, et qui nascentur ab illis||and the children of our children, and those who shall be born to them (i.e., for our many generations to come) (Virgil)|
|Illis quos amo deserviam.||For those I love I will sacrifice.|
|ipse pavet; nec qua commissas flectat habenas, nec scit qua sit iter; nec, si sciat, imperet illis||scared himself, he knows neither how to turn the reins entrusted to him, nor which way to go; nor, if he did, could he control the horses (Ovid, said of Phaëthon)|
|laudatur ab his, culpatur ab illis||praised by some, blamed by others (Horace)|
|nam pro jucundis aptissima quæque dabunt di (or dii); carior (or charior) est illis homo quam sibi||the gods will give what is most suitable rather than what is most pleasing; man is dearer to them than he is to himself (Juvenal)|
|Omnia mutantur nos et mutamur in illis||All things change, and we change with them|
|Omnia mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis||All things are changing, and we are changing with them|
|omnia mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis||all things change, and we ourselves change with them (Borbonius)|
|omnibus in terris, quæ sunt a Gadibus usque Auroram et Gangem, pauci dignoscere possunt vera bona, atque illis multum diversa, remota erroris nebula||in all the lands which stretch from Gades even to the region of the Dawn and the Ganges, there are few who are able, by removing the mist of error, to distinguish between what is really good and what is widely diverse (Juvenal)|
|pauci dignoscere possunt vera bona, atque illis multum diversa||few men can distinguish the truly good from the reverse (Juvenal)|
|pone seram, cohibe; sed quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Cauta est, et ab illis incipit uxor||apply locks and restraint; but who shall guard your own guards? Your wife is cunning, and will begin by seducing them (Juvenal)|
|privatus illis census erat brevis, commune magnum||their private fortunes were small, the wealth of the public was great (Horace)|
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