|oculus domini saginat equum||the master’s eye makes the horse fat|
|A.D. (anno Domini)||in the year of our Lord|
|adjutorium nostrum in nomine Domini||our help is in the name of the Lord|
|anno Domini (A.D.)||in the year of our Lord|
|benedicite, omnia opera Domini, Domino; laudate et superexaltate eum in secula||bless the Lord, all the works of the Lord; praise him and exalt him above all things forever (Daniel 3:57)|
|benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini||blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord (St. Matthew 21:9)|
|domini pudet, non servitutis||I am ashamed of my master, not of my servitude (Seneca)|
|Domini quid reddam?||what shall I render unto the Lord?|
|dominus, dominī, m.||master, lord|
|fingit equum tenera docilem cervice magister ire viam qua monstret eques||the trainer trains the docile horse to turn, with his sensitive neck, whichever way the rider indicates (Horace)|
|In nomine Domini||In the name of the Lord|
|in nomine Domini incipit omne malum||in the name of the Lord every evil begins|
|in principatu commutando, civium nil præter domini nomen mutant pauperes||in a change of masters, the poor change nothing except their master’s name (Phædrus)|
|inimicus et invidus vicinorum oculus||an enemy and an envious man is an eye over his neighbor (i.e., carefully watches his neighbor)|
|initium sapientiæ est timor Domini||the beginning of wisdom is the fear of the Lord (also, the beginning of wisdom is the fear of domini, the master)|
|intus et in jecore ægro nascuntur domini||masters spring up in our own breasts, and from a sickly liver (Persius)|
|Jasper fert myrrham, thus Melchior, Balthazar aurum. Hæc quicum secum portet tria nomina regum, solvitur a morbo, Domini pietate, caduco||Jasper brings myrrh, Melchior frankincense, and Balthazar gold. Whoever carries with him the names of these three kings will, by the grace of the Lord, be exempt from the falling sickness (a medieval European charm)|
|majores fertilissium is agro oculum domini esse dixerunt||our fathers used to say that the master’s eye was the best fertilizer (Pliny the Elder)|
|misericordia Domini inter pontem et fontem||between bridge and stream the Lord’s mercy may be found (St. Augustine)|
|non faciunt meliorem equum aurei freni||a gilded bit does not make for a better horse (Seneca)|
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