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(Greek: new, recent, current, young)
(Latin: no, not; to refuse, to nullify; to deny)
Word Entries containing the term: “ne
Adversus solem ne loquitor.
"Don't speak against the sun."

Also translated as, "Don't waste your time arguing the obvious."

When confronted by an important, irrefutable fact, there is no point in arguing about it any further.

Ante victoriam ne canas triumphum.
Do not sing your triumph before the victory.

In other words, "Don't start bragging before the contest is over."

Esto bonus et pius ne sit leo te magis impavidus.
Be good and pious, let not the lion be more undaunted than thou.
This entry is located in the following units: bon- (page 2) Latin Proverbs, Mottoes, Phrases, and Words: Group E (page 2)
In silvam ne ligna feras.
Don't carry logs into the forest. -Horace
Intus si recte, ne labora.
If right within, trouble not.

Motto of Shrewsbury School, U.K.

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Ne incautus futuri. (Latin motto)
Translation: "Not incautious of the future."

Motto of the Hagerstown Business College, USA.

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ne plus ultra
Not more beyond.

The limit, perfection, highest point, or peak of achievement or excellence; the pinnacle, the ultimate. The most profound degree of a quality or condition.

Although the literal sense of the phrase makes it possible to be used as a term expressing prohibition, in the sense of "no further may you go", its primary use indicates the supremacy of a product, a literary work, a system, etc.

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Ne prius antidotum quam venenum.
Not the antidote before the poison.

A modern version might be, "Don't try to cure or solve anything before it is necessary."

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Ne puero gladium.
Don't give a sword to a boy.
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ne quid nimis
Nothing in excess.
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Ne ultra.
Nothing beyond.

Motto of Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina, USA.

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Quod male coeptum est, ne pudeat mutasse.
Hesitate not to change what you have started wrongly.

Motto of Emperor Philipp of Swabia, Germany (1198-1208). He was murdered by Bavarian Duke Otto of Wittelsbach.

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Testmoignes ne poent testifier le negative, mes l'affirmative
Witnesses cannot testify to a negative; they must testify to an affirmative.
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