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Dies IraeDay of Wrath, or Judgment Day
aliquod crastinus dies ad cogitandum dabittomorrow will give some food for thought (Cicero)
Amantium irae, amoris integratio estThe quarrels of lovers are the renewal of love. --- Terence [Publius Terentius Afer]
at cum longa dies sedavit vulnera mentis, intempestive qui fovet illa novatwhen time has assuaged the wounds of the mind, he who unseasonably reminds us of them opens them afresh (Ovid)
cressa ne careat pulchra dies notalet not a day so fair be without its white mark (Horace)
damnosa quid non imminuit dies?what is there that corroding time does not damage? (Horace)
dies adimit ægritudinemtime cures our griefs
dies dieiday
dies faustusa lucky day
Dies felicesHappy Days
dies infaustusan unlucky day
dies iræ, dies illa, sæclum solvet in favilla teste David cum Sibyllathe day of wrath, that day shall dissolve the world in ashes, as David and the Sibyl attest
dies iste, quem tamquam extremum reformidas, æterni natilis estthis day, which you fear as your last, is the birthday of eternity (Seneca)
Dies natalisBirthday
Dies nonBusiness free day
dies si in obligationibus non ponitur, præsenti die debetura bond may be enforced immediately, when the day on which it is to be fulfilled is not specified
discipulus est prioris posterior dieseach day succeeding is the student of the one preceding (Publilius Syrus)
expectada dies aderatthe longed for day is at hand (Virgil)
facilis descensus Averno (est), noctes atque dies patet atri janua Ditis; sed revocare gradum superasque evadere ad auras, hoc opus, hic labor estthe descent to Avernus (hell) is easy; night and day the gate of gloomy Dis (Hades) stands open; but to retrace your steps and escape to the upper air, this is work, this is toil (Virgil)
fasti et nefasti dieslucky and unlucky days
hic dies, vere mihi festus, atras eximet curasthis day, for me a true holiday, shall banish gloomy cares (Cicero)
horæ cedunt, et dies, et menses, et anni, nec præteritum tempus unquam revertiturhours and days, months and years, pass away, and time once past never returns (Cicero)
in dies meliorabetter things to come
jamque dies, ni fallor adest quem semper acerbum semper honoratum (sic dii voluistis) habebothat day I shall always recollect with grief; with reverence also (for the gods so willed it) (Virgil)
longissimus dies cito conditurthe longest day soon comes to an end (Pliny the Younger)
multa dies, variusque labor mutabilis ævi, retulit in melius; multos alterna revisens lusit, et in solido rursus Fortuna locavittime and the changed labor of ages have restored many things; and Fortune, after many capricious alterations, has placed them upon solid ground (Virgil)
nulla dies mærore caretthere is no day without sorrow (Seneca)
nulla dies sine lineano day without a line (i.e., no day without something done)
Nulla dies sine lineaNot a day without a line. Do something every day! (Apeles, Greek painter)
opinionum commenta delet dies, naturæ judicia confirmattime erases the comments of opinion, but it confirms the judgments of nature (Cicero)
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