mulier qu sola cogitat male cogitat—The 35 thoughts of a woman when alone tend to mischief.
A tone of contempt often attaches to mulier and its derivatives.
mulier formosa superne, William: a braw lass and a decent woman forbye.
The problem, An mulier habeat animam, was often debated at the councils.
mulier est hominis confusio, woman is man's confusion, B 4354.
His text was “Fallax pulchritudo, mulier timens Deum laudabitur.”
Hence also the mediæval view of women: "mulier speciosa templum ædificatum super cloacam," said Boethius.
mulier bene olet dum nihil olet is the maxim written above this article of our code.
It was to the benefit of woman when Napoleon gave the too eloquent Madame de Stael to understand: mulier taceat in politicis!
mulier recte olet ubi nihil olet—A woman smells sweetest when she smells not at all.