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though shaken, I rise (or, when struck I rise)concussus surgo
(masc. sing. acc.) (the man), WHOM the king struckquem
all things that rise also set (Sallust)omnia orta occident
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
frantic, inspired, thunder-struck, stunnedattonbitus
hence arise devouring usury, grasping interest, shaken credit, and war of advantage to many (Lucan, said of the ambition of Cæsar)hinc usura vorax, avidumque in tempore fænus, et concussa fides, et multis utile bellum
hence I risehinc orior
I riseascendo
I rise again with increase of splendoraucto splendore resurgo
I rise and am appeasedmoveo et propitior
I shall rise againResurgam
I shall rise again from the urn (i.e., from the tomb)ex urna resurgam
in the spacious urn of death is shaken every name (Horace)omne capax movet urna nomen
it is not easy for people to rise out of obscurity when they have to face straitened circumstances at home (Juvenal)haud facile emergunt quorum vitutibus obstat res angusta domi
many things have fallen only to rise higher (Seneca)multa ceciderunt ut altius surgerent
my raft, once shaken by the overpowering storm, shrinks from approaching the spot where it has been shattered (Ovid)et mea cymba semel vasta percussa procella illum, quo læsa est, horret adire locum
rise, become visible, appearorior
rise, become visible, appearorior oriri ortus
struck down I rise againpercussus resurgo
the huge pine is more frequently shaken by the winds, high towers fall with a heavier crash, and it is the mountain tops that the thunderbolts strike (Horace)sæpius ventis agitatur ingens pinus, et celsæ graviore casu decidunt turres, feriuntque summos fulmina (or fulgura) montes
the vices of sloth are only to be shaken off by doing something (Seneca)vitia otii negotio discutienda sunt
they do easily rise uphaud facile emergunt
they will rise againrenascentur
to arise, come up, rise up, occuremergo
to rise up, rebel, revoltinsurgo insurgi insurrectum
to rise, spring up, issue, appear, come forwardexorior
to stand up, rise up, to arise, break outconsurgo
we are all driven to the same ferry; the lot of each is shaken in the urn, destined sooner or later to come forth, and place us in Charon’s boat for the exile (Horace)omnes eodem cogimur; omnium versatur urna serius, ocius, sors exitura, et nos in æternum exsilium impositura cymbæ
wings greater than the nest (i.e., to rise above the position to which one is born) (Horace)majores pennas nido
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