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Cras amet qui numquam amavit quique amavit cras amet → May he love tomorrow who has never loved before; And may he who has loved, love tomorrow as well
Pervigilium Veneris

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P. and V. παιδιή, ἡ παιδιά, ἡ (Aesch., P.V. 314).


as a duck takes to water, breeze, cakewalk, cinch, doddle, doss, duck soup, easy, easy as 123, easy as ABC, easy as cake, easy as falling off a log, easy as pie, easy as rolling off a log, easy peasy, easy peasy Japanesey, easy peasy lemon squeezy, easy pickings, easy street, easy-breezy, eath, effortless, facile, gimme, idiotproof, layup, light, like a duck takes to water, like falling off a log, like riding a bike, like shelling peas, like shooting fish in a barrel, like taking candy from a baby, natural, no-brainer, open and shut case, painless, picnic, piece of cake, piece of piss, simple, simple as kiss your hand, slam dunk, snap, trivial, troublefree, unchallenging, undemanding, undifficult, walk in the park, walkover


Chinese Mandarin: 如同兒戲, 如同儿戏, 很容易的事, 小兒科, 小儿科; Dutch: kinderspel; Esperanto: infana ludo; Finnish: lastenleikki; French: jeu d'enfant; German: Kinderspiel, Spaziergang; Ancient Greek: παιδιή; Hungarian: gyerekjáték; Icelandic: barnaleikur, auðveldur, leika sér að, leikur, innanhandar; Italian: gioco da ragazzi; Japanese: 朝飯前のこと, お茶の子, 児戯; Norwegian Bokmål: barnemat; Nynorsk: barnemat; Plautdietsch: Spälarie; Portuguese: brincadeira de criança; Romanian: joacă de copil; Russian: игру́шки, се́мечки, пустяки́; Serbo-Croatian: igrarija; Spanish: pan comido, una papa, juego de niños; Swedish: barnlek; Turkish: çocuk oyuncağı