Latin quotes by Horace
Starting with phrase number 51

  1. Odi profanum vulgus et arceo - I hate crowds and keep them away (Horace, Carmina, III, 1)
  2. Omne tulit punctum, qui miscuit utile dulci - He, who has blended the useful with the sweet, has gained every point (Horace - Poetic Art - Verse 343)
  3. Omnes una manet nox - The same night awaits us all (Horace)
  4. Pallida mors aequo pulsat pede pauperum tabernas regumque turres - The pale death strikes in similar fashion in the huts of the poor and in the palaces of kings (Horace - Odes Also mentioned in the Preface of "Don Quixote of the Mancha",1605, by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra)
  5. Palmam qui meruit ferat - The glory is for those who deserve (Phrase is placed on the catafalque Horace Nelson, the hero of the Battle of Trafalgar [21-10-1805])
  6. Populus me sibilat at mihi plaudo Ipse domi simul ac nummos contemplar in arca - People hiss at me, but I applaude myself in my own house, and at the same time contemplate the money in my chest (Horace - Satire - on greed)
  7. Quam temere in nosmet legem sancismus iniquam - With what recklessness do we sanction an iniquitous law against us (Horace)
  8. Qui studet optatam cursu contingere metam multa tulit fecitque puer, sudavit et alsit Abstinuit Venere et Baccho - He who wants to achieve his desired career goal, as a child must endure and do a lot of things, sweat a lot, and experience harsh cold, and refrain from Venus (goddess of love) an Bacchus (god of wine) (Horace - Arts Poetica - Motto used by arts students)
  9. Quid rides? Mutato nomine de te fabula narratur - Why are you laughing? Just change the name and the fable is about you (Horace)
  10. Quod ut superbo prouoces ab inguine, ore adlaborandum est tibi - If you want to raise my proud crotch, you have to work it with the mouth. (Horace Epodes, VIII, 18)
  11. Rem facias, rem, si possis, recte; si non, quocumque modo - Make money, money. If you can, honestly, if not, in any way you can (Horace Epistulae)
  12. Ridentem dicere verum quid vetat - That prevents me from telling the truth with a smile (Horace)
  13. Rixari de lana caprina - Argue over a goat's hair (Horace - For no reason)
  14. Saepe stilum vertas - Often stimulate your pen (Horace)
  15. Sus amica luto - The pig friend of the mud (Horace - Like a friend told me, arguing with engineers is like wrestling with a pig in the mud, after a while you realize that the pig likes it)
  16. Tecum vivere amem, tecum obeam libens - I want to live, and die with you. ( Horace - Thank you: Grant )
  17. Vestigia terrent - Threatening footprints (Horace)
  18. Victoria natura est insulens et superba - Victory is by nature superb and insulting. (Horace)
  19. Vitiis nemo sine nascitur - No one is born without faults (Nobody is perfect - Horace)
  20. Volvere vortices - Spinning vortex (Horace)

Total: 70

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