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Group 173: Latin

 

2232. Mundus transit.

2233. Sic transit gloria mundi.

2234. Quam cito transit gloria mundi.

2235. Ut flatus venti, sic transit gloria mundi.

2236. Quam felix vita transit sine negotiis.

2237. Tempus it et tamquam mobilis aura volat.

2238. Veritas numquam perit.

2239. Mala herba non interit.

2240. In pratis ut flos, sic perit omnis honos.

2241. Perit panis quo peregrinum canem alis.

2242. Qui gladio ferit, gladio perit.

2243. Nemo ex amoris vulnere sanus abit.

2244. Cum vinum intrat, exit sapientia.

2245. Perit voluptas, virtus immortalis est.

2246. Vita hominum tamquam umbra subito pertransit.

 

Study Guide

 

2232. The world passes away. (The full phrase in I John is Et mundus transit, et concupiscentia ejus: qui autem facit voluntatem Dei manet in aeternum, "And the world passeth away and the concupiscence thereof: but he that doth the will of God abideth for ever.")

 

2233. So the glory of the world passes away. (You can read an essay about this saying at AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

2234. How quickly the glory of the world passes by. (You can read an essay about this saying from Thomas a Kempis at AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

2235. Like a puff of wind, so passes the glory of the world. (You can read an essay about this saying at AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

2236. How happily life passes by without business to do. (You can read an essay about this saying at AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

2237. Time goes and like a moving breeze it flies. (You can read an essay about this saying at AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

2238. The truth never perishes. (You can find this saying in Seneca's Troades.)

 

2239. A bad plant does not die. (Compare the similar saying: Herba mala cito crescit, "A bad plant grows quickly.")

 

2240. As a flower in the fields, thus public esteem passes away. (You can read an essay about this saying at AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

2241. The bread is lost by which you feed a stray dog. (You can read an essay about this saying at AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

2242. He who wounds by the sword, dies by the sword. (You can read an essay about this saying at AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

2243. No one walks away unscathed from the wound of love. (You can read an essay about this saying at AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

2244. When wine enters, wisdom exits. (You can read an essay about this saying at AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

2245. Pleasure perishes; personal worth is immortal. (You can read an essay about this saying at AudioLatinProverbs.com.)

 

2246. The life of men passes away quickly, like a shadow. (You can find this saying in Thomas a Kempis.)

 

 

 

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