Translation of "stultus" into English

stupid, fool, foolish are the top translations of "stultus" into English. Sample translated sentence: Nemo nascitur sapiens, sed multi moriuntur stulti. ↔ No one is born wise, but many die stupid.

stultus adjective masculine grammar
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  • stupid

    adjective

    lacking in intelligence [..]

    Nemo nascitur sapiens, sed multi moriuntur stulti.

    No one is born wise, but many die stupid.

  • fool

    noun

    person with poor judgement or little intelligence

  • foolish

    noun

    marked by lack of intellectual acuity

    Filius sapiens laetificat patrem, filius vero stultus moestitia est matris suae.

    A wise son maketh a glad father: but a foolish son is the heaviness of his mother.

  • Less frequent translations

    • dull
    • silly
    • addled
    • deviant
    • ass
    • sheepish
    • enigmatic
    • fatuous
    • idiotic
    • incomprehensible
    • inconceivable
    • obscure
    • puzzling
    • unintelligible
    • blockhead
    • bonehead
    • dolt
    • dunce
    • far-fetched
    • lacking
    • nincompoop
    • outlandish
    • simple
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Sapiens loquitur quia aliquid dicendum habet, stultus quia aliquid dicere debet.
A wise man speaks because he has something to say; a fool because he has to say something.
Filius sapiens laetificat patrem, filius vero stultus moestitia est matris suae.
A wise son maketh a glad father: but a foolish son is the heaviness of his mother.
Stultus es.
You are stupid.
Dolet, quod stultus es.
It hurts because you're an idiot.
Thomas Mariam stultam esse putat.
Tom thinks Mary is an idiot.
Nunc properandum est in aulam; alias referam multo stultiora etiam his.
Now I must hasten to court; some other time I will tell you much more foolish things even than these.
Et stulta et foeda est.
She's stupid and ugly.
Cum suspicione de aliquo est, stultus se fingit, sed omnia huius facta et minimas res studet.
She hates thick-headed or stupid people and notices everything, but her advice tends to be understandable only to her.
Sentio me valde stultum esse.
I feel so stupid.
Amici mei stulti sunt.
My friends are stupid.
Num putas me stultum?
Do you think I'm a fool?
Num putas me stultum?
Do you think I'm stupid?
Ita, qui olim boni aequique Cherusci, nunc inertes ac stulti vocantur: Chattis victoribus fortuna in sapientiam cessit.
Where the strong hand decides, moderation and justice are terms applied only to the more powerful; and so the Cherusci, ever reputed good and just, are now called cowards and fools, while in the case of the victorious Chatti success has been identified with prudence.
Vere, non es stulta.
You're really not stupid.
At stulti, errantes, malitiosi, utuntur sane sed non ad summam rerum; délibérant sed de quovis potius quam felicitate.
At stulti, errantes, malitiosi, utuntur sane sed non ad summam rerum; deliberant sed de quovis potius quam felicitate.
Ea me stultum esse putat.
She thinks I'm stupid.
Cur eam stultam esse dicis?
Why do you say that she's stupid?
Stultus homo est.
He's a jerk.
Pueri ludi mei stulti sunt.
The boys at my school are stupid.
Non de otiosa et quieta re loquimur et quae probitate et modestia gaudeat, sed est magna illa et notabilis eloquentia alumna licentiae, quam stulti libertatem vocitant, comes seditionum, effrenati populi incitamentum, sine obsequio, sine severitate, contumax, temeraria, adrogans, quae in bene constitutis civitatibus non oritur.
No; the great and famous eloquence of old is the nursling of the licence which fools called freedom; it is the companion of sedition, the stimulant of an unruly people, a stranger to obedience and subjection, a defiant, reckless, presumptuous thing which does not show itself in a well-governed state.
[5]Rogo, non stultissimum dicas, si quis existimet lucernae peius esse, cum extincta est, quam antequam accenditur?
[5] Rogo, non stultissimum dicas si quis existimet lucernae peius esse cum exstincta est quam antequam accenditur?
Didymus me stultam putat.
Tom thinks that I'm stupid.
o stultum hominem immoderate humana patientem!
o stultum hominem immoderate humana patientem, quod ego tunc eram!