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Group 78: Latin

 

1028. Vigilo et spero.

1029. Cogito, ergo sum.

1030. In tenebris salto.

1031. Sto in extrema tegula.

1032. Sto super vias antiquas.

1033. Horas non numero nisi bonas.

1034. Horae volant.

1035. Dum spiramus, speramus.

1036. Contra aquam remigamus.

1037. Maximae divitiae non desiderare divitias.

 

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1028. I keep awake and I hope. (You can read an essay about this saying at the AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

1029. I think, therefore I am. (You can read an essay about this saying at the AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

1030. I take a leap in the shadows. (You can read an essay about this saying at the AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

1031. I'm standing on the last roof tile. (You can read an essay about this saying at the AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

1032. I stand upon the old ways. (You can read an essay about this saying at the AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

1033. I do not count the hours, unless they are good ones. (This belongs to the genre of Latin sayings written on sundials. An alternative form is Horas non numero nisi serenas, "I do not count the hours unless they are sunny.")

 

1034. The hours are flying by. (You can read an essay about this saying at the AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

1035. While we breathe, we hope. (You can read an essay about this saying at the AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

1036. We are rowing against the water. (You can read an essay about this saying at the AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

1037. The greatest wealth is not to desire wealth. (You can read an essay about this saying at the AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

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