|magni nominis umbra||the shadow of a great name (Lucan)|
|cui mens divinior atque os magna sonaturum des nominis hujus honorem||to the one whose soul is more than ordinarily divine, and who has the gift of uttering lofty thoughts, you may justly concede the honorable title of poet (Horace)|
|de asini umbra disceptare||to argue about the shadow of an ass (i.e., to argue over trifling matters)|
|ex umbra in solem||from the shade into the sun|
|fallit enim vitium, specie virtutis et umbra, cum sit triste habitu, vultuque et veste severum||vice can deceive under the shape and shadow of virtue, when sad and severe in its dress and countenance (Juvenal)|
|gaudent magni viri rebus adversis non aliter, quam fortes milites bellis||great men rejoice in adversity just as brave soldiers triumph in war (Seneca)|
|gloria virtutem tanquam umbra sequitur||glory follows virtue as if it were its shadow (Cicero)|
|Gloria virtutis umbra||Glory (is) the shadow of virtue|
|gloria virtutis umbra||glory is the shadow of virtue (i.e., its attendant and companion)|
|in pœnam sectatur et umbra||for punishment even a shadow is pursued|
|ingenium cui sit, cui mens divinior, atque os magna sonaturum, des nominis hujus honorem||the one who possesses genius, a superior mind, and eloquence to display great things, is entitled to the honored name of poet (Horace)|
|ingenium magni detractat livor Homeri||envy depreciates the genius of the great Homer (Ovid)|
|magis magni clerici non sunt magis sapientes||the greatest scholars are not the wisest men|
|magni animi est injurias despicere||it is the mark of a great mind to despise injuries (Seneca)|
|magni animi est magna contemnere, ac mediocria malle quam nimia||it is a sign of a great mind to despise greatness, and to prefer things in measure to things in excess (Seneca)|
|magni est ingenii revocare mentem a sensibus, et cogitationem a consuetudine abducere||it is a proof of great talents to call back the mind from the senses, and separate thought from habit (Cicero)|
|magni pectoris est inter secunda moderatio||moderation is the mark of a great heart (Seneca the Elder)|
|magni refert quibuscum vixeris||it matters a great deal with whom you live (i.e., the company you keep betrays your character)|
|membra reformidant mollem quoque saucia tactum; vanaque sollicitis incutit umbra metum||the wounded limb shrinks from even a gentle touch, and the unsubstantial shadow strikes the timid with alarm (Ovid)|
|misera est magni custodia census||the custody of a large fortune is a wretched business (Juvenal)|
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