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56 examples of  natus  in sentences

56 examples of natus in sentences

"Two's better than one for this kind of business, and I am no use hereonly fruges consumere natus, as I learned from the Inveraray dominie.

(a) From Christmas to Epiphany Jesu tibi sit gloria, Qui natus es de Virgine is inserted in all hymns, even on saints' offices.

At Prime the versicle of the little response is Qui natus est. Rubrics.

Ver novum, ver jam canorurn, vere natus orbis est; Vere concordant amores, vere nubunt alites, Et nemus comam resolvit de maritis imbribus.

Rura fecundat voluptas: rura Venerem sentiunt: 75 Ipse Amor puer Dionse rure natus dicitur.

Anno 1605, Londini natus; Generosa familia apud Upton In agro Cestriensi oriundus.

Natus Cubleiae, in agro Derbiensi, Anno MDCLVI.

Cum NATHANAELE, illorum filio, qui natus MDCCXII, cum vires et animi et corporis multa pollicerentur, anno MDCCXXXVII, vitam brevem pia morte finivit.

William Marshall's portrait of John Fletcher faces the title-page of both folios with the following inscription engraved underneath: Felicis ævi ac Præsulis Natus; comes Beaumontis; sic, quippe Parnassus, biceps; FLETCHERUS unam in Pyramida furcas agens.

J. DRYDEN, Natus Aug. 9. 1631.

Out of her slender means she contrived to erect a monument to her deceased husband, on which the following inscription from the pen of his friend Armstrong was inscribed: Hic ossa conduntur TOBIAE SMOLLETT, Scoti; Qui prosapia generosa et antiqua natus, Priscae virtutis exemplar emicuit; Aspectu ingenue, Corpore valido, Pectore animoso, Indole apprime benigna, Et fere supra facultates munifica Insignis.

Natus in Hibernia, Forniae Longfordiensis, In loco cui nomen Pallas.

litter, rubbish, junk, lumber, odds and ends, cast-off clothes; button top; shoddy; rags, orts^, trash, refuse, sweepings, scourings, offscourings^, waste, rubble, debris, detritus; stubble, leavings; broken meat; dregs &c (dirt) 653; weeds, tares; rubbish heap, dust hole; rudera^, deads^. fruges consumere natus

[It]; lubber, lubbard^; slow coach &c (slow.) 275; opium eater, lotus eater; slug; lag^, sluggard, slugabed; slumberer, dormouse, marmot; waiter on Providence, fruges consumere natus

On the right hand is the following calculation of his nativity: [Illustration: R. natus B. 1576, 8 Feb. hor.

Those seven wise men of Greece, those Britain Druids, Indian Brachmanni, Ethiopian Gymnosophist, Magi of the Persians, Apollonius, of whom Philostratus, Non doctus, sed natus sapiens, wise from his cradle, Epicurus so much admired by his scholar Lucretius: "Qui genus humanum ingenio superavit, et omnes Perstrinxit stellas exortus ut aetherius sol.

"Novarum aedium esse arbitror similem ego hominem, Quando hic natus est: Ei rei argumenta dicam.

Socrates, Virgil, Horace, libertino parte natus.

Art thou virtuous, honest, learned, well-qualified, religious, are thy conditions good?thou art a true nobleman, perfectly noble, although born of Thersitesdum modo tu sisAeacidae similis, non natus, sed factus, noble [Greek: kat' exochaen], "for neither sword, nor fire, nor water, nor sickness, nor outward violence, nor the devil himself can take thy good parts from thee.

an sit natus conjugem habiturus, facile an difficulter sit sponsam impetraturus, quot conjuges, quo tempore, quales decernantur nato uxores, de mutuo amore conjugem, both in men's and women's genitures, by the examination of the seventh house the almutens, lords and planets there, a [Symbol: Sun]d

" "Go give a sweet smell as incense, and bring forth flowers as the lily:" that we may say hereafter, Scitus Mecastor natus est Pamphilo puer.

A fourth eminent cause of jealousy may be this, when he that is deformed, and as Pindarus of Vulcan, sine gratiis natus, hirsute, ragged, yet virtuously given, will marry some fair nice piece, or light housewife, begins to misdoubt (as well he may)

1. Natus in florentissima totius orbis civitate, nobilissimis parentibus, corpores vires habuit et rarissimas animi dotes, uxorem conapicuam, pudicam, felices liberos, consulare decus, sequentes triumphos, &c. 929.

[Symbol: Quadrature] radio percussus fuerit, natus ab insania vexabitur. 1288.

Hac configuratione natus, Aut Lunaticus, aut mente captus. 1290.

Lachrymans natus sum, et lachrymans morior, &c. 1748.

l. 1. vir singulari prudentia, sed profunda ambitione, ad exitium Italae natus.

Natus sordido tuguriolo et

Quis trigesimum annum natus nullum amoris causa peregit insigne facinus?

Mus in cista natus, &c. 5689.

Eo quod infans natus involutus esset panniculo, credebat eum filium fratris Francisci, &c. 6166.

Natus Cubleiae, in agro Derbiensi, anno MDCLVI; obijt MDCCXXXI.

Cum NATHANAELE, illorum filio, qui natus MDCCXII.

Elfiniae, in Hibernia, natus MDCCXXIX.

Atria, pacis opus, surgent, finemque caduci Natus ad optatum perducet coepta parentis.

Natus eram lacrymans, lacrymans e luce recedo: Sunt quibus a lacrymis vix vacat ulla dies.

Saepe tuum in tumulum lacrymarum decidit imber, Quem fundit blando junctus amore dolor; Charus enim cunctis, tanquam, dum vita manebat, Cuique esses natus, cuique sodalis, eras.

Natus tres hebdomidas.

Cum istiusmodi virtutibus operisque natus qui sit, Eum quidem ad carnificem est aequius quam ad Venerem commeare.

Non ex sanguine nec ex voluntate carnis nec ex voluntate viri, sed ex deo natus est.

[Footnote 1: Et nulli rei nisi Poenitentiæ natus.

Sanctius his animal, mentisque capacius altæ Deerat adhuc, et quod dominari in coetera posset, Natus homo est.

Very often, on comparing the dramas of the present day (not even excepting Mr. Tobin's) with those of Elizabeth's age, we have been tempted to think that we were born too late, and to exclaim with the poet "Infelix ego, non illo qui tempore natus, Quo facilis natura fuit;

Orbus es, et locuples, et Bruto consule natus, Esse tibi veras credis amicitias? Sunt veræ: sed quas juvenis, quas pauper habebas: Qui novus est, mortem diligit ille tuam.

" Natus in ardente Lydiæ basiliscus arena, Vulnerat aspectu, luminibusque nocet.

"Nescire quid acciderit antequam natus es, est semper esse puerum."Ib.

For He is both God and man, Qui natus est de virgine, And we but part of His wide plan That sing, and heartily sing we, 'Gloria Tibi, Domine!' "Between a heifer and an ass Enixa est puerpera; In ragged woollen clad He was Qui régnât super aethera, And patiently may we then pass That sing, and heartily sing we, 'Gloria Tibi, Domine!'

For instance, what declamation on the emptiness of human existence could be more impressive than Job's: Homo, natus de muliere, brevi vivit tempore, repletus multis miseriis, qui, tanquam flos, egreditur et conteritur, et fugit velut umbra.

G.S. Ex Equestri Familia STEPNEIORUM, De PENDEGRAST, in Comitatu PEMBROCHIENSI ORIENDUS, WESTMONASTERII natus est, A.D. 1663.

[Footnote 1: Et nulli rei nisi Poenitentiæ natus.

Sanctius his animal, mentisque capacius altæ Deerat adhuc, et quod dominari in coetera posset, Natus homo est.

He was bene natus, in the sense of being related to the right man, the founder; and in those days he need be only very modicé doctus indeed in order to qualify himself for admission to the enjoyment of his kinsman's benefactions.

Mr. Fitzgerald, through an oversight in translation, and understanding Sterne to say that he himself, and not his correspondent, Hall Stevenson, was "quadraginta et plus annos natus," has referred it to an earlier date.

natus fuit," pledges himself to live on a certain property, and says "nullam conbersationem facias nec in clusio nec in alia

A nephew, Gian Antonio, whose name occurs in several of his uncle's letters is described by the latter as licet ex transverso natus; he served under Gian Giacomo Trivulzio, and finally, despite his bar sinister, married a daughter of Francesco, of the illustrious Milanese family of Pepoli.

" "That might answer with a heavy clod of a lad such as the poor youth who is gone, and such as, for his own sake and my brother's, I trust the younger one is, fruges consumere natus; but as for this boy, dulness and vacancy are precisely what would be the ruin of him.