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fAtum
Sing: a decree (of the gods)
Plur: the Fates (in mythology)
animus
Mind
orbis
circle
levis
frivolous, silly
gravis
grave, somber, sober
volEns
Willing (person)
nOlEns
Unwilling (person)
dUcit
He guides
trahit
He drags
cUrat
He takes care (of)
neglegit
He neglects
sapit
He is wise
The Fates guide the willing (person) and drag the unwilling (person)
dUcunt volentem fAta nOlentem trahunt
The gods take care of large things but neglect small things
magna dI cUrant, parva neglegunt
Small things capture frivolus minds
parva levEs capiunt animOs
Fates rule the world [not!]; all things stand under a fixed law
fAta regunt orbem, certA stant omnia lEge
ActiO
action
amIcitia
friendship
amor
love
ars
art
bonum
(the) goods (that someone posseses)
crUdElitAs
cruelty
dux
leader
furor
madness
homO
human
ignAvia
cowardice
intemperantia
intemperance
Ira
anger
levitas
silliness
malitia
badness
mOs
morals
quAlitAs
quality
stultitia
stupidity
vAnitAs
uselessness
virtUs
virtue
rEs
thing
avArus
greedy
brevis
small
crEdulus
trusting
fragilis
fragile
hic, haec, hoc
this, these
ille, illa, illud
that, those
jUstus
just
patiEns
patient
vAnus
useless
uter, utra, utrum
which of the two?
amat
he loves
life is wine
Wine is life
vIta vInum est
Eyes are the leaders in love
oculI sunt in amOre ducEs
God is a just, brave, and patient judge
Deus jUdex, jUstus, fortis, et patiEns
art is long, life is short
ars longa, vIta brevis
anger is a short madness
Ira furor brevis est
Beauty is a fragile possession
forma bonum fragile est
Love is a trusting thing
crEdula rEs amor est
Laws without morals are useless
lEgEs sine mOribus vAnae
lItigant
quarreling
neglEctus
neglected (participle)
irrItAtus
irritated (participle)
frActus
broken
laudAtus
praised (participle)
inventus
found (participle)
apertus
opened (participle)
aperit
he opens
possessus
possessed (participle)
vIsus
vision
inventor
inventor
dOnAtus
donator
possessiO
possession
apertUra
opening
captor
one who catches
dOnAtor
one who gives
laudAtor
one who praises
quaesItus
sought (participle)
quaesItor
one who seeks
dOnAtiO
the act of giving
lavAtiO
the act of washing
quaestiO
the act of seeking
laudAtiO
the act of praising
obumbrAtiO
the act of overshadowing
salit
he jumps
morsus
bitten
aspectus
the act of seeing
flet
he crys
flEtus
crying (participle)
dictus
said (participle)
dIcit
he says
factus
made (participle)
prImus
first
secundus
second
tertius
third
quartus
fourth
quotus? Quota? Quotum?
which (in the series)
bene
well done!
pictUra
picture
scrIptus
written
audit
he hears
scrIbit
he writes
vOx
voice
audItus
heard (participle)
littera
letter
pUritAs
purity
gravitAs
heaviness
vErus
true
positus
placed (participle)
pOnit
he places
parat
he prepares
indicat
he finishes
parAtus
prepared (participle)
indicAtus
finished (participle)
Insidiae
ambush
plOrat
he weeps
vel
or
Amittit
he looses
Amissus
lost (participle)
niger
black
niveus
(snow-)white
ratiO
reason
quae ratiO?
What's the reason?
Emptus
bought (participle)
emit
he buys