Omnia vanitas et pastio venti, , ut olim Aquila et Symmachus.
Or, is it about a woman who wears her life away in the farce of 'vanitas Vanitatum?'
His cry of vanitas vanitatum is itself only a harmless vanity.
Is it possible then that thy name is also vanitas vanitatum, like the other things of this world?
There is vanitas over the way;—he once wore just such pigmy affairs.
Was he muttering to himself the usual consolation of the ‘have-beens’—vanitas vanitatum?
vanitas vanitatum, et omnia vanitas—Vanity of vanities, all is vanity.
Similis reviviscendi promissa Democrito vanitas, qui non revixit ipse.