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Stupidity or Ignorance

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Latin language phrases about stupid, silly, unintelligent behaviour.

 

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  • Latin Phrases about Stupidity and Ignorance
  • Experience Teaches

    Experientia docet (Tacitus)
    Experience teaches.

    They Pass Judgment On What They Do Not Comprehend

    damnant quod non intellegunt
    They pass judgement on what they do not comprehend.
    (Cicero - Roman statesman, lawyer, philospher and orator)

    Shoemaker Should Not Judge Above The Sandal

    ne supra crepidam sutor iudicaret (Pliny the Elder)
    Shoemaker should not judge above the sandal.

    I Know Not What...

    Nescio quid...
    I know not what...

    We Do not Want the Laws of England to Change

    nolumus leges Angliae mutari (King Charles I of England)
    We do not want the laws of England to change.