molimen

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molimen

(məˈlaɪmən)
n
(Medicine) med the changes in the body associated with the effort needed to perform certain bodily functions, esp menstruation
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Ambrose of Milan describes this haste with an almost untranslatable Latin phrase, "nescit tarda molimina Spiritus Sancti gratia" which means: "the grace of the Holy Spirit does not know delayed efforts" or "delayed efforts are foreign to the grace of the Holy Spirit.
Tunc famosus erat Cyprianus fraude nugaci Doctus in horrenda sceleratorum arte magorum, Qui tunc auxilium spondebat ferre potenti Plurima scematizans (2) sacrae molimina menti In tantum, ut diris certaret demonis armis.