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a head incurable by three Anticyræ (i.e., a person incurably insane) (Horace)tribus Anticyris caput insanabile
a head-dress, a hairbandcomptus
a hundred troubles of other people leap through my head and at my side (Horace)aliena negotia centum per caput, et circa saliunt latus
a single head of cattle, especially a sheeppecus
and as in men’s bodies, so in government, that disease is most serious which proceeds from the head (Pliny the Younger)utque in corporibus, sic in imperio, gravissimus est morbus qui a capite diffunditur
but if you give me a place among the lyric poets, I shall rise up till my head strikes the stars (Horace)quodsi me lyricis vatibus inseres, sublimi feriam sidera vertice
crime often falls back upon its author’s head (Seneca)sæpe in magistrum scelera redierunt sua
dead head (i.e., the worthless remains; a numbskull)caput mortuum
From feet to headA pedibus usque ad caput
from head to heel; from top to bottoma capite ad calcem
great was the respect formerly paid to the hoary head, and great the honor to the wrinkles of age (Ovid)magna fuit quondam capitis reverentia cani, inque suo pretio ruga senilis erat
hair of the head, leaves, rays of lightcoma
he is now stretching out his foolish head to the matrimonial harness (Juvenal)stulta maritali jam porrigit ora capistro
head /top, summit /chiefcaput
head, top, summit, chiefcaput capitis
his neck is high and erect, his head replete with intelligence, his belly short, his back full, and his proud chest swells with hard muscles (Virgil)ardua cervix, argumtumque caput, brevis alvos, obessaque terga, luxuriatque toris animosum pectus
I have a catapult. Give me all your money, or I will fling an enormous rock at your headCatapultam habeo. Nisi pecuniam omnem mihi dabis, ad caput tuum saxum immane mittam
if one must fall, let him meet the hazard head on (Tacitus)si cadere necesse est, occurrendum discrimini
if the head aches, all the members languishsi caput dolet omnia membra languent
it hides its head amid the clouds (i.e., fame) (Virgil)caput inter nubila condit
Milonius dances as soon as the wine gets into his heated head, and the lights are doubled to his view (Horace)saltat Milonius, ut semel icto accessit fervor capiti, numerusque lucernis
neither head nor tail (i.e., in confusion)nec caput nec pedes
Per headPer capita
she (fame) walks on the earth, and her head is concealed in the clouds (Virgil)ingrediturque solo, et caput inter nubila condit
so that neither the foot nor the head shall belong to the same form (i.e., an incongruous picture or situation) (Horace)ut nec pes, nec caput uni reddatur formæ
the head of the world (i.e., Rome)caput mundi
the snowy locks of the head (Horace)capitis nives
Then may I dare to boast how I do love thee; Till then, not show my head where thou mayst prove me. --- William ShakespeareFas animi affectus erga te deinde fateri, Nunc mea qua noscas ora venire pudet
to attack, head forimpeto
to be at the head of, be in charge ofpraesum presum
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