|dido dididi didtum, secerno secrevi secretum||to separate|
|fallentis semita vitæ||the narrow path of an unnoticed (or deceptive) life (Horace)|
|hac virtutis iter||this is the path to virtue|
|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)|
|iter itineris||road, route, journey|
|iter itineris, via||road|
|iter, itineris, n.||journey|
|longum iter est per præcepta, breve et efficax per exempla||teaching by precept is a long road, but brief and beneficial is the way by example (Seneca)|
|monstro quod ipse tibi possis dare; semita certe tranquillæ per virtutem patet unica vitæ||I show you what you can do for yourself; the only path to a tranquil life lies through virtue (Juvenal)|
|O Corydon, Corydon, secretum divitis ullum esse putas? Servi ut taceant, jumenta loquentur, et canis, et postes, et marmora||O Corydon, Corydon, do you think anything a rich man does can be kept secret? Even if his servants say nothing, his beasts of burden, and dogs, and door posts, and marble slabs will speak (Juvenal)|
|per scelera semper sceleribus certum est iter||the way to wickedness is always through wickedness (Seneca)|
|qui nunc it per iter tenebricosum illuc unde negant redire quemquam||now he goes along the darksome way from whence they say no one returns (Catullus)|
|quid est enim novi, hominem mori, cujus tota vita nihil aliud quam ad mortem iter est?||what new thing is it then for a man to die, whose whole life is nothing else but a journey to death? (Seneca)|
|restat iter cœlo; cœlo tentabimus ire; da veniam cœpto, Juptier alte, meo||there remains a way through the heavens; through the heavens we will attempt to go; high Jupiter, pardon my bold design (Ovid, of Dædalus, who escaped the labyrinth on wings)|
|secerno secrevi secretum||to separate|
|secretum iter et fallentis semita vitæ||a quiet journey in the untrodden paths of life (Horace)|
|semita certe tranquillæ per virtutem patet unica vitæ||only one path in this life leads to tranquility, the path of virtue (Juvenal)|
|tota vita nihil aliud quam ad mortem iter est||the whole of life is nothing but a journey to death (Seneca)|
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