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Results for: art of light Translations: 1 – 30 / 86 English Latin a single light suffices in the darkness sufficit unum lumen in tenebris after darkness, light post tenebras lux After the darkness, light Post tenebras lux by arts, sails, and oars, ships are rapidly moved; arts move the light chariot, and establish love (Ovid) arte citæ veloque rates remoque moventur; arte levis currus, arte regendus amor fame (or rumor) never reports things in their true light nunquam ad liquidum fama perducitur grant them eternal rest, O Lord; and let perpetual light shine on them (from the Catholic Mass for the Dead) requiem æternam dona eis, Domine; et lux perpetua luceat eis hair of the head, leaves, rays of light coma how is it that the wretched have such an infatuated longing for light? (i.e., for life) (Virgil) quæ lucis miseris tam dira cupido? I am the light of the world (St. John 8:12) ego sum lux mundi I am the light of the world (St. John 9:5) lux sum mundi I may shine in the light in lumine lucem if severe, short; if long, light si gravis, brevis; si longus, levis In Thy Light we shall see light (motto of Ohio Wes le yan U nive rsit y) in tuo lumine videbimus lumen in Thy light we shall see the light (motto of Columbia University) in lumine tuo videbimus lumen it is changed into light vertitur in lucem it shines with a borrowed light (e.g., the moon) luce lucet aliena knowledge is the light of the mind (motto of the University of Delaware) scientia sol mentis let perpetual light shine on them lux perpetua luceat eis Let there be light Fiat lux let there be light (Genesis 1:3; motto of the University of California) fiat lux let there be light (motto of Kalamazoo College) lux esto let there be light (motto of the University of Washington) lux sit light lux lucis light (motto of the University of Northern Iowa) lux light and law (motto of the University of North Dakota) lux et lex light and peace lucis et pacis light and truth (motto of Yale University) lux et veritas light griefs find utterance, great ones hold silence (Seneca) curæ leves loquuntur, ingentes stupent light in darkness lux in tenebris light is the grief that can take counsel (Seneca) levis est dolor qui capere consilium potest
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