Aha, bene, bene, I thought, and then checked the pricetag: $170, if I recall.
bene, Gubernator legit hos journales, et nunc odit Græcum et Latinum.
"bene," said the Commendatore, and he went off whistling softly.
And would have bene worse if they had been men of another condition.
If I die, you will be the mistress of my poor imbecile uncle; 'bene sit.'
Then mycht have bene sein the Byble lying almaist upoun everie gentilmanis table.
Nota bene that the less this is affected the more effective it will be.
bene, satis, male,— Where was I with my trope 'bout one in a quag?
bene, signore; but would their excellencies wait a moment while I take la ragazzina to her mother; she is so precious!
Henrico Membertouio, Sagamo, bene merendi; & corporis, & animi eius diligenter curanda salute.
Latin word-forming element meaning "well," from Latin bene "well, in the right way, honorably, properly," from PIE *dw-ene-, adverbial form of root *deu- "to do, perform, show favor, revere." Cf. Latin bonus "good," bellus "handsome, fine, pretty," beatus "blessed."