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certior in cœlo domusa surer home in heaven
domushouse, home, residence
domus amica domus optimathe house of a friend is the best house
domus dulcis domusHome sweet home
domus et placens uxora home and a pleasing wife (Horace)
domus sua cuique tutissimum refugiumthe safest place of refuge for everyone is his own home (Coke)
floreat domusmay this house flourish
genus immortale manet, multosque per annos stat fortuna domus, et avi numerantur avorumthe race continues immortal, and through many years the fortune of the house stands steadfast, and it numbers grandchildren of grandchildren (Virgil)
hic domus, hæc patria esthere our home, this our country (Virgil)
linquenda tellus, et domus, et placens uxor, neque harum, quas colis, arborum, te, præter invisas cupressos, ulla brevem dominum sequeturyour estate, your home, and your pleasing wife must be left, and of these trees that you are rearing, not one shall follow you, their short-lived owner, except the hateful cypresses (the cypress being used to mark graveyards) (Horace)
maxima quæque domus servis est plena superbisevery great house is full of haughty servants (Juvenal)
nec domo dominus, sed domino domus honestanda estthe master should not be graced by the mansion, but the mansion by the master (Cicero)
Nullus est instar domusThere is no place like home
prima societas in ipso conjugio est; proxima in liberis; deinde una domus, communia omniathe first bond of society is marriage; the next, our children; then the whole family and all things in common (Cicero)
prima urbes inter, divum domus, aurea Romafirst among cities, home of the gods, is golden Rome (Ausonius)
pulvisdust, powder, arena, scene of action
pulvis et umbra sumuswe are but dust and shadow (Horace)
Pulvis et umbra sumusWe are dust and shadow. (Horace)
pulvis et umbra sumus, fruges consumere natiwe are but dust and shadows, born to consume the fruits of the earth (Horace)
ridet argento domusthe house is smiling with silver (Horace)
scire volunt secreta domus, atque inde timerithey wish to know of the family secrets, and so to be feared (Juvenal)
sed notat hunc omnis domus et vicinia tota, introrsum turpem, speciosum pelle decorabut all his family and the entire neighborhood regard him as inwardly base, and only showy outside (Horace)
stat fortuna domusthe good fortune of the house stands
stat fortuna domus virtutethe fortune of the household stands by its virtue
stet fortuna domusmay the fortune of the house endure (motto of Harrow)
vestibulum domus ornamentum estthe hall is the ornament of a house (i.e., the first impression makes a lasting impression)
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