Latin Proverbs & Sayings on Money & Wealth (26 Proverbs)


  • But now I was a rich man, three things have left me bare; dice, wine, and women, these three have made me poor.
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  • Nobility without wealth is more worthless than the seaweed which the tide has left.
    (Latin Proverb)

  • Never marry for money, but marry where money is.
    (Latin Proverb)

  • Money, like a queen, gives rank and beauty.
    (Latin Proverb)

  • It would make a man scratch where it doth not itch, To see a man live poor to die rich.
    (Latin Proverb)


  • It is better to be born lucky than rich.
    (Latin Proverb)

  • In time of prosperity, friends will be plenty, In time of adversity, not one amongst twenty.
    (Latin Proverb)

  • In time of prosperity consider how you will bear adversity.
    (Latin Proverb)

  • Honesty with poverty is better than ill-gotten wealth.
    (Latin Proverb)

  • Riches too increase, and the maddening craving for gold, So that men ever seek for more, that they may have the most.
    (Latin Proverb)


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