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LATIN EXPRESSIONS 1

The grave of Rear Admiral Robert Peary, at the Arlington National Cemetery, bears an epitaph befitting the Arctic explorer: INVENIAM VIAM AUT FACIAM, meaning, 'I will find a way or make one.' It's a variation on what Carthaginian general Hannibal Barca (247-181/3 BC) is believed to have said during his expedition across the Alps to attack Rome: AUT VIAM INVENIAM AUT FACIAM. Latin sayings are loaded not just with tough-guy sentiment, like this one, but also with wit, wisdom, and humor. This course gives a taste of some of them. It has about 25 cards now, but will grow to include more Latin expressions. In future, the course will also include interesting facts associated with the expressions -- who first used them, the stories associated with them, eponymous paintings, and so on.


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A full belly does not like studying
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PLENUS VENTER NON STUDET LIBENTER

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A full belly does not like studying
PLENUS VENTER NON STUDET LIBENTER
Caesar is not above the grammarians
CAESAR NON SUPRA GRAMMATICOS
Nothing comes from nothing
EX NIHILO NIHIL FIT
Nobody dances sober
NEMO SALTAT SOBRIUS
A hood does not make one a monk
CUCULLUS NON FACIT MONACHUM
A beard does not make one a philosopher
BARBA NON FACIT PHILOSOPHUM
We strive for the forbidden
NITIMUR IN VETITUM
Laughter is abundant in the mouths of fools
RISUS ABUNDAT IN ORE STULTORUM
Seize the wine!
CARPE VINUM
Fortune favours the bold
AUDENTES FORTUNA IUVAT
Repetition is the mother of learning
REPETITIO EST MATER STUDIORUM
Love conquers all
AMOR VINCIT OMNIA
Follow the money
SEQUERE PECUNIAM
Love cannot be cured by herbs
QUOD NULLIS AMOR EST MEDICABILIS HERBIS
I eat iron and I S*IT chain
FERRUM EDEO ET CATENAM EXCRETO
To milk a male goat
MULGERE HIRCUM
MUTATIS MUTANDIS 1
With the necessary changes having been made
MUTATIS MUTANDIS 2
With consideration of the respective differences
MUTATIS MUTANDIS 1 EXAMPLE
The new rules will apply, mutatis mutandis, to all public institutions.
MUTATIS MUTANDIS 2 EXAMPLE
The CBSE and the ICSE curriculums are, mutatis mutandis, of the same level of difficulty.