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  • From the Latin naturalis, and from nasci, "to come into existence, being."

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  • It comes from the Latin natio, a noun based on the verb nasci, β€œto be born.”

    The Great Experiment Strobe Talbott 2008

  • Note 98: Thomas, 1.74 (De virtute nascitiva), p. 75: "Sed heu! pauce inveniuntur, et ideo multi pueri abortiuntur et non possunt nasci ad vitam, et per hoc non renascuntur ad gloriam."

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries 2005

  • Mutos nasci, et omni scientia egere satius fuisset, quam sic in propriam perniciem insanire.

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007

  • Note 89: Must., pp. 15 β€” 16, esp.chap. 44: "Quomodo mense septimo agendae sunt gravidae mulieres? in omnibus patienter et quiete, ne nimia gestatione pecus iam perfectum foris excutiatur, siquidem etiam et septimani nasci possunt."

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries 2005

  • Optimum bene nasci, maxima para felicitatis nostrae bene nasci; quamobrem praeclere humano generi consultam videretur, si solis parentis bene habiti et sani, liberis operam darent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007

  • Sapientiae Labor annexus, gloriae invidia, divitiis curae, soboli solicitudo, voluptati morbi, quieti paupertas, ut quasi fruendoriun scelerum causa nasci hominem possis cum Platonistis agnoscere.

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007

  • I know these sports have many oppugners, whole volumes writ against them; when as all they say (if duly considered) is but ignoratio Elenchi; and some again, because they are now cold and wayward, past themselves, cavil at all such youthful sports in others, as he did in the comedy; they think them, illico nasci senes,

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007

  • Omnes capitis dolores et phantasmata tollit; scias nullam herbam in terris huic comparandam viribus et bonitate nasci.

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007

  • Vetus proverbium, aut regem aut fatuum nasci oportere.

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007


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