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Multum in parvo

Selected and edited by M. Divjak
    

    Ab ovo.
        From the beginning.

    In medias res.
        Into the middle of things.

    Hic et nunc.
        Here and now.

    Vade mecum.
        Go with me.

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    Veritas vincit.
        Truth prevails.

    Experientia docet.
        Experience teaches.

    Historia magistra vitae.
        History is life's teacher.

    Repetitio est mater studiorum.
        Repetition is the mother of studies.

    Docendo discimus.
        One learns by teaching.

    Errare humanum est.
        To err is human.

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    Imago animi sermo est.
        Speach is the mirror of the mind.

    Quod linguas calles, tot homines vales.
        As many languages you speak, so many men are you worth.

    Verba volant, scripta manent.
        Spoken words fly away, written words remain.

    Qui scribit, bis legit.
        He who writes reads twice.

    Acta non verba.
        Deeds, not words.

    Hic Rhodus, hic salta!
        Here is Rhodes, jump here!

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    Carpe diem.
        Seize the day.

    Age quod agis.
        Do what you do.

    Respice finem.
        Look to the end.

    Festina lente.
        Make haste slowly.

    Multum in parvo.
        Much in little.

    Non multa, sed multum.
        Not many, but much.

    Minima maxima sunt.
        The smallest things are most important.

    Labor omnia vincit.
        Work overcomes all things.

    Dies diem docet.
        One day teaches another.

    Aurora Musis amica.
        Dawn is friend of the Muses.

    Ars longa, vita brevis.
        Art is long, life is short.

    Per aspera ad astra.
        Trough hardship to the stars.

    Finis coronat opus.
        The end crowns the work.

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    Compos sui.
        Master of himself.

    Primus inter pares.
        First among equals.

    Nulli secundus.
        Second to none.

    Aut Caesar aut nihil.
        Either a Caesar or nothing.

    Accipe quod tuum, alterique da suum.
        Take what is yours, leave theirs to them.       

    Do ut des.
        I give that you may give.

    Et si omnes ego non. 
        Even if all, I not.        

    Clara pacta, boni amici.
        Clear agreements, good friends.

    Fiat iustitia et pereat mundus.
        Let justice be done, though the world perish.

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    Semper paratus. 
        Allways ready.

    Nil desperandum.
        Never despair.

    Dum spiro, spero.
        While I breathe, I hope.

    Frangar, non flectar!
        I shall break not bend.

    Aut vincere aut mori.
        Either to win or to die.

    Inter arma silent leges.
        In times of war, the law falls silent.

    Extremis malis extrema remedia.
        Extreme remedies for extreme evils.

    Fortes fortuna iuvat.
        Fortune favors the brave.

    Divide et impera.
        Divide and conquer.

    Si vis pacem, para bellum.
        If you want peace, prepare for war.

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    In vino veritas.
        In wine there is truth.

    Homo homini lupus.
        Man is wolf to man.

    Amantes sunt amentes.
        Lovers are demented.

    Extincta lucerna omnis mulier eadem.
        In the dark all women are the same.

    Mens sana in corpore sano.
        A sound mind in a sound body.

    Omnia mea mecum porto.
        All my things I carry with me.

    Parva domus, magna quies.
        Small house, great peace.


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    Tempus fugit.
        Time flies.

    Sic transit gloria mundi.
        So passes away earthly glory.

    Memento mori.
        Remember that you will die.

    Omnes una manet nox.
        The same night awaits us all.

M. Divjak