Saturday, June 20, 2009

Latin Via Proverbs: Group 115



Today's podcast is the audio for one of the groups of proverbs in Latin Via Proverbs: 4000 Proverbs, Mottoes and Sayings for Students of Latin (available from Lulu.com). You can find out more about these proverbs - including grammar commentary and English translation - at the Latin Via Proverbs website.
1484. Spes vitam fovet.

1485. Dies diem docet.

1486. Lusus habet finem.

1487. Res plus valent quam verba.

1488. Lucernam adhibes in meridie.

1489. Rara menda facies caret.

1490. Faenum habet in cornu.

1491. Serpentem in sinu foves.

1492. Colubram sinu fovet, contra se ipse misericors.

1493. In sinu viperam habet.

1494. Manum habet sub pallio.

1495. Ubi dolet, ibi manus adhibemus.

1496. Leporem frondium strepitus terret.

1497. Excelsis multo facilius casus nocet.

1498. Difficiles aditus virtus habet.

1499. Noctes atque dies patet atri ianua Ditis.

1500. Celerem habet ingressum amor, regressum tardum.

1501. Odia multorum sub vultu, multorum sub osculo latent.

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