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Latin 4 Final Bellringer Phrases

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Nulla dies umquam memoris vos eximet aevo.
No day will ever erase you from the time of memory
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
Who will guard the guards themselves?
Quidquid non licet, magis desideratur
Whatever is not permitted is desired more
Intret amicitiae nomine tectus amor.
Let love enter, having been covered in the name of friendship
Adeunt etiam optima
The best things still come
De gustibus non est disputandum
It must not be argued about tastes
Inter verba et actūs magnus mons est
Between words and actions the mountain is great
Ut vēr dat flōrem, studium sic reddit honōrem
As spring gives a flower, thus study gives back honor
Etiam capillus unus habet umbram suam
Even one hair has its own shadow
Sine Cerere et Baccho friget Venus
Without Ceres and Bacchus, Venus grows cold
Ex minimo crescit,
sed non cito fama quiescit
Rumor grows from the smallest thing, but does not come to rest quickly
Alea iacta est
The die has been cast
Aliudque cupido,
Mens aliud suadet. Video meliora proboque,
Deteriora sequor
Desire urges one thing, the mind another. I see and approve the better things. I follow the worse ones
Vox audita perit, littera scripta manet
A voice, having been heard, dies; a letter, having been written, remains
Necessitudo etiam timidos fortes facit
Necessity makes even the timid brave
Fortuna parat, inopia amicos probat
Fortune prepares friends, misfortune tests them
Dum felis dormit, saliunt mures
While the cat sleeps, the mice dance
Omnia vincit amor
Love conquers all
Effugere non potes necessitates;
potes vincere
You can't flee your responsibilities, you can conquer them
Animum debes mutare, non caelum
You ought to change your soul, not the heavens
Hīc depositum est,
quod mortale fuit Isaaci Newtoni
Here has been put what was mortal of Isaac Newton
Populus vult decipi, ergo decipiatur
The people want to be deceived, therefore let them be deceived
Tu qui legisti nomina nostra, vale - Grave inscription
You who read our names, farewell
Etiam prudentissimus peccat
Even the most sensible man does wrong
Vincam malum bono
I will conquer evil with good
ille consulatum suum non sine causā
sed sine fine laudabat
That man kept praising his own actions now without cause, but without end
Cui multum datum est,
ab eo multum quaeretur
To whom much has been given, from him much is asked
Parvus pendētur fur,
magnus abire videtur
A small thief will be hanged, a big one seems to get away
Octipedem excitas
You awaken an octopus
Iratus, cum ad se rediit, sibi tum irascitur
An angry man, when he returns to himself, then is angry at himself
Odi et amo. Quare id faciam, fortasse requiris?
Nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior
I hate and I love. How do I do it, perhaps you ask? I don't know, but I feel it happen and I am tortured.
Discat, quid nesciat, nam sic sapientia crescit
Let him learn what he doesn't know for thus wisdom grows
Multos timere debet quem multi timent
He whom many fear ought to fear many
Discite ut semper victuri
sed vivite ut cras morituri
Learn as if about to live forever but live as if about to die tomorrow
Stultum est queri de adversīs,
ubi culpa est tua
It's stupid to complain about unfortunate things when the fault is yours
Doctrinae cultum nemo spernit nisi stultus
No one spurns the cultivation of learning unless he's stupid
aut viam inveniam aut faciam
I will either find a way or make one
Divina natura dedit agros,
ars humana aedificavit urbes
Divine nature gave fields, human art built cities
Homo homini lupus
Man is wolf to man
Voluptate homines capiuntur, ut hamo pisces
Men are captured by desire as fish by a hook
Esse quam vidēri bonus malebat
He preferred to be a good man rather than to seem like one
Leo a leporibus insultatur solum mortuus
A lion is insulted by rabbits only when dead
Fac hodie: fugit haec non reditura dies
Do today, this day flees not about to return
Falsi testes peiores sunt latronibus
False witnesses are worse than theives
Mente nihil celerius
Nothing is swifter than the mind
Facere quam sanare vulnera facilius
It's easier to make wounds than to heal them
Nil agenti dies longa est
No day is long for one doing
Ratione, non vi vincenda adulescentia est
Youth must be conquered with reason, not force
Fortuna vitrea est; tum cum splendet frangitur
Fortune is made of glass, then when it shines it is broken
Peccare pauci nolunt, nulli nesciunt
Few don't want to sin, none don't know how
Nemo timendo ad summum pervenit locum
No one reached the highest place by fearing
Disce ferenda pati
Learn to endure the things that must be borne
Vivamus puri, quasi simus cras morturi,
Discamus veluti simus de tempore tuti.
Let us live pure, as if we would die tomorrow. Let us learn as if we would be safe from time.
Qui habet duas tunicas, det non habenti
Who has two tunics, let him give to one not having
Elephantem saltare doces
You teach an elephant to dance
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