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DAEDALUS, P. 105. Ioh. Sar. Polycrat. 7, 12 (M. 199, 662 C)
Daedalo doctior; for Greek parallels see Wiesenthal, p. 51.

DARE 2, p. 106. Acta inst. Arch. Rom. 1861, p. 37 (Carm.
Epigr. 190, 5 B.) dederunt, acceperunt, dum essent, fruniti sunt;
Diogen. 2, 77' άμα δίδου και λάμβανε : όταν προς άπιστον συναλλάσσωμεν
Eustath. opusc. 152, 54; 315, 10 dós ti kai daßé re, cited by Varro
sat. 498 (B.); compare the English 'give and take.'

DEBERE, Szel., p. 32. Braulio ep. 5 (M. 80, 653 A) redde, redde, quos debes; Maxim. eleg. 5, 52 debita redde mihi; Steph. Torn. ep. 2, 51, 68 (M. 211, 348) redde quod debes.

DECANTARE, P. 106. Compare Plaut. Pseud. 1082 verba quae in comoediis | solent lenoni dici, quae pueri sciunt; Plat. symp.

204 B.

DECET 1, p. 106. Tibull. 1, 4, 77 gloria cuique suast.

DEDUCTIO. Sen. ben. 2, 4, 3 sine ulla, quod aiunt, deductione; ep. 58, 31 sine ulla deductione; cf. CIL. 2, 1474.

DELIRARE. Lactant. instit. 3, 17, 29 de homine, quo sano ac vigente nullus aeger ineptius deliravit; de ira 10, 3 qui profecto solus omnium caecus et excors fuit qui ea loqueretur quae nec aeger quisquam delirare nec dormiens posset somniare; see Brandt-Laubmann's index s. v. proverbia; cf. somnium, p. 328, Otto.

DENS 1, p. 107. Sidon. Apoll. c. 4, 15 non ego mordaci fodiam modo dente Maronem; compare Sen. d. 7, 20, 6 citius multo frangetis dentes quam imprimetis; Braulio ep. II (M. 80, 657 C) posse genuinum laesus infigere; Petr. Dam. ep. 5, 1, 142 (M. 144, 339) Gregorium mordeant et in eum dentes amarissimi livoris infligant; cf. Hildebert. de quat. vir. (M. 171, 1060 D) dente sales careant; Petr. Cell. ep. 69 (M. 202, 515 A) sales tui sine dente sunt; Mart. Dum. form. hon. vit. 22, 8; note for a similar use of dens Ruric. ep. 2, 40, p. 425, 5 (Eng.) qualiter me et quam adsiduae dilectionis dente ruminetis.

DEUCALION. Lucan 1, 653 Deucalioneos fudisset Aquarius imbres.

DEUS 1, p. 108. Baeda ep. 2 (M. 94, 662 D) sed quia huiusmodi maxima et plurima sunt loca quae, ut volgo dici solet, neque Deo neque hominibus utilia sunt.

DEUS 5, p. 109. Plaut. Pers. 100 O mi Iuppiter | terrestris; Poen. 1219 si sim Iuppiter, | iam hercle ego illam uxorem ducam; CIL. IV 1928 (Carm. Epigr. 937, 2 B.) peream, sine te si deus esse velim; compare Tibull. 2, 3, 32 fabula sit mavolt quam sine amore deus; Iul. Val. 2, 33, p. 104, 24 (K.) nec si quid blandius fortuna promiserit, idcirco te coeli compotem arbitrare; Optat. Mil. 3, 3, p. 77, 13 (Z.) in quo si unus quisque hominum erravit, ipse prohibere debuerat, cum non prohibuit, deus sibi visus est; p. 78, 16 quod extulit cor suum et deus sibi fuisse videbatur; Pythag. spr. 4' άξιος άνθρωπος θεών θεός αν είη εν ανθρώπους; compare Cic. de orat. 3, 14, 53 quem deum, ut ita dicam, inter homines putant.

DEUS 9, p. 110. Compare Petron. 134 malo astro natus est; Stat. silv. 3, 4, 63 o sidere dextro | edite.

DEUS 11, P. III. Acro ad Hor. c. 3, 2, 31 tamquam raro poena deserat scelestum et quamvis tarde, tamen puniat; Eurip. frag. 979, 3 (Ν.) ή Δίκη ... σιγα και βραδεί ποδι | στείχουσα μάρψει τους κακούς, ötav túx? ; see Koch, II, p. 5.

DEXTERA I, P. III. Steph. Torn. ep. 2, 101, 145 (M. 211, 392) in consiliis nostris oculus vigilans, in negotiis dextera manus.

DEXTERA 2. Incert. auct. epigr. 132 (PLM. 4, p. 120, 9 Baehr.) nullus ubique potest felici ludere dextra, has a proverbial sound.

DEXTERA 3 (compare Otto, dextera i). Paulin. Nol. ep. 1, 5, p. 4, 20 (H.) sit licet frater et amicus iunctior tibi dextera tua.

DICERE 2, p. 112. Plaut. Truc. 644 verbum sat est; Braulio ep. 21 (M. 80, 670 A) sapienti enim viro pauca dicta sufficiunt; Augustin. ep. 180, 2 satis existimo sapienti esse quod dixi; Fulbert. Carm. ep. 22 (M. 141, 210 B) sapienti pauca; Anselm. Cant.

? Schenkl, Wien. Stud. 8, 264.

ep. 2, 13 (M. 158, 1163 C) quia sapientiae vestrae pauca verba sufficere non ignoramus; Wilhelm apud Thom. Cant. ep. 357 (M. 190, 690 C) sapienti sat dictum est; ep. 173 (646 D) satis, credo, dictum est sapienti; Foliot ep. 40 (M. 190, 775 A) quia sapiens docetur paucis; Petr. Cell. ep. I, 22 (M. 202, 425 B) satis dictum est sapienti.

DICERE 5, p. 112. Ps.-Cypr. c. 6, 56, p. 310, 56 (H., vol. III) dicto citius; Orient. com. 1, 265; Severus rhet. bucol. 49 (M. 19, 799 A); Aldh. de sept. aenig. 14 D (M. 89, 198); Alcuin de pontif. 1109 (M. 101, 834 D); Hrosuitha Mon. com. Callimach. (M. 137, 1008 B); Dud. Dec. de gest. Norm. duc. epist. (M. 141, 610 B); Gualb. ep. 310 (M. 146, 935 C) velocius dictis; compare Stat. Theb. 7, 27 dicto ocius; 4, 679 dicto prius'; Hier. ep. 29, I celerius dicto; Eustath. opusc. 330, 60 darrov în lóyos.” Note also the expression used more than once by Nicol. Clar. ep. 33 (M. 196, 1623 D) ad nutum nutu citius.

DICERE 6, p. 112. Plaut. Pseud. 629 dum tu sternuas, | res erit soluta, with which compare Theokr. 29, 27 xóti ypaléou téhomes mpir árontúgal; Paulin. Nol. ep. 31, 11, p. 273, 11 (H.) nec mora: verbum factum; Ps.-Cypr. c. 2, 61, p. 292, 4 (H., vol. III) dicta et facta simul; Petr. Dam. ep. 6, 19, 207 (M. 144, 402) dictum factumque est; with Horace's 'dum loquimur' (c. I, 11, 7) compare Ovid am. I, 11, 15 dum loquor, hora fugit; ex Pont. 4, 3, 58 dum loqueris, fieri tristia posse puta; Hildebert. carm. misc. 1345 (M. 171, 1419 B) et modo, dum loqueris, desinit esse tuum; Eustath. Il. 724, 48 år' inos, äu' épyov"; see further Preuss, p. 37.

DICERE 6, n., p. 112. Add further Sen. d. 2, 10, 2; 5, 36, 3; 6, 5, 2: 7, 20, 5; 11, 18, 8; clem. 1, 3, 2; 1, 8, 1; ep. 34, 4; 95, 45; Curt. 7, 1, 36; Tac. ann. 3, 65; Sidon. Apoll. ep. 7, 2, 4; 9, 9, 16; Symmach. ep. 1, 78, 1.

DIES I, p. 112. Hor. C. 2, 5, 13 currit enim ferox | aetas; 3, 29, 47 infectumque reddet | quod fugiens semel hora vexit; Octav. Aug. (PLM. 4, p. 110, epigr. 122, 5 Baehr.) fugit hora, iocemur; CIL. 5, 6134 (Carm. Epigr. 1309, 1 B.) siste gradum, fugiat quamvis brevis hora, viator; Licent. ad Augustin. ep. 26, 3 (M. 33, 104) tempus enim, nisi me mortalia fallunt, labitur; Columban. c. 1, 24 (M. 80, 285) tempus et hora volat; Alcuin ep. 43, 52 (M. 100, 208 A) tempus huius vitae velociter currit, fugit et non revertitur.

DIES 2, p. 113. Alcuin ep. 115 (M. 100, 345 B) nec semper

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1 Woelffin, ALL. 6, 463.

? Kurtz, p. 313.

* Kurtz, p. 309.

nox, nec semper dies, hodie tempestas imminet, sed cras serenitas arridet; ep. III (336 C) nox et dies vices suas peragunt ... tempestas serenitatis tranquillitate mitigatur; Menand. monost. 751 (IV, p. 361, M.) Xewn perasaade padiws els cúdiav; Pind. Isth. 6 (7), 38 cúdiav õraOCEV é xecu@vos; Pyth. 5, 10; Herond. 1, 44 (see Crusius, p. 14); compare Alan. Insul. lib. parab. (M. 210, 581 C) clarior est solito, post nubila plurima Phoebus.

DIES 6, p. 113. Sen. d. 6, 8, i dolorem dies longa consumit; Ovid a. a. 2,647 multa vetustas | lenit; ex Pont. 4, 11, 14 finitumque tuum, si non ratione, dolorem | ipsa iam pridem suspicor esse mora, with which compare incert, auct. Agam. 131 quod ratio non quit, saepe sanavit mora; Hier. ep. 97, 2 rogo, quis est iste dolor qui nec tempore, nec ratione curatur; Alcuin ep. 106 (M. 100, 321) saepe dolor tempore sanabitur, qui ratione non poterit; Sen. d. 6, 1, 6 illud ipsum naturale remedium temporis ; Symmach. ep. I, 100, i ne fortunae vulnera, quae cicatricem processu temporis ducunt; Publil. Syr. 422 nil non aut lenit aut domat diuturnitas; Mantiss. I, 100 dúans de trdons yiver'iarpòs xpóvos ; see Leutsch's note.

DIES 7, p. 114. Ennod., p. 361, 16 (H.) diem putabant perisse, qui illos sine facinore ... fugisset; Ioh. Sar. Polycrat. 3, 14 (M. 199, 510 D) cites the anecdote from Suetonius.

DIES 8, p. 114. Sen. rem. fort. 10, i pecora in diem vivunt; CIL. I, 1010 (Carm. Epigr. 185 B.) vive in dies et horas, nam proprium est nihil.

(DIES II. Plaut. Aulul. 380 festo die si quid prodegeris, profesto egere liceat, nisi peperceris; Afran. 262 (R.) aeque profesto <ac festo> concelebras focum. This thought may have been the basis of some homely proverb.]

Venant. Fort. 4, 26, 131 quantum nocte dies distat, sol lampade lunae: Ioh. Sar. Polycrat. 3, 12 (M. 199, 500 D) quantum lux distat a tenebris.

DIES 13. The expression, dies me deficiet, became formulaic and quasi-proverbial. Gualbert. (M. 146, 895) non dies, ut aiunt, sed annus me deficeret; Ovid m. 15, 418 desinet ante dies; Verg. Aen. 1, 373; Cic. nat. deor. 3, 32, 81; Tusc. 5, 35, 102; Cael. 29; Sen. ben. 3, 12, 4; Apul. mag. 54, p. 516 (with Hildebrand's note); Hier, ep. 69, 7; compare Plaut. Trin. 885 si ante lucem ire occipias a meo primo nomine, | concubium sit noctis prius quam ad postremum veneris.

DIES 14. Sen. ep. 12, 8 itaque sic ordinandus est dies omnis, tamquam cogat agmen et consummet atque expleat vitam; Hor. ep.

DIES 12.

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