|quae que||(fem. sing. nom.) (the milkmaid), WHO loved a prince|
|Acceptissima semper munera sunt, auctor quae pretiosa facit||Those gifts are always the most acceptable which our love for the donor makes precious. --- Ovid [Publius Ovidius Naso]|
|Audax ad omnia foemina, quae vel amat vel odit||A woman will dare anything, when she loves or hates.|
|Charitas non quaerit quae sua sunt||Love does not seek things for itself.|
|Dicere quae puduit, scribere iussit amor||What (modesty) forbade me to say, love has commanded me to write. --- Ovid [Publius Ovidius Naso]|
|Difficile est tenere quae acceperis nisi exerceas.||It is difficult to retain what you may have learned unless you should practice it. (Pliny the Younger)|
|Heu, modo itera omnia quae mihi nunc nuper narravisti, sed nunc Anglice?||Listen, would you repeat everything you just told me, only this time say it in English?|
|ille illa illud, qui quae que quod||that|
|Non est ars quae ad effectum casu venit||That which achieves its effect by accident is not art (Seneca)|
|Nulla res carius constat quam quae precibus empta est||Nothing is so expensive as that which you have bought with pleas. (Seneca)|
|Omnia iam fient fieri quae posse negabam||All the things which I denied could happen are now happening (Ovid)|
|Omnia iam fient quae posse negabam||Everything which I used to say could not happen will happen now. (Ovid)|
|quae||(fem. pl. nom.) Let THOSE (women) WHO have ears to hear .|
|quae||(neut. pl. acc.) those things WHICH we must have|
|quae||(neut. pl. nom.) WHAT cannot be avoided must be endured|
|Quae medicamenta non sanat – ferrum sanat; quae ferrum non sanat – ignis sanat; quae vero ignis non sanat, insanabilis reputare opportet. (Hippocrates)||What medicine does not heal, heals the knife; what the knife does not heal, heals the fire, what the fire does not heal is to be regarded as incurable.|
|Quae nocent, saepe docent||What hurts, often instructs. One learns by bitter/adverse experience|
|Quae vide (qqv)||See these things|
|qui quae que quod||which|
|qui quae que quod||which, what, that|
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