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Segundo Richard e Rieu (2009) a origem deste termo e a mesma da palavra governo, do latim, gubernare, e do grego, kubernan, que eram termos utilizados para expressar a conducao de navios.
And just as it was in the days of the Roman Trireme, the gubernare (governor steersman, pilot) called out directional (tactical direction based on strategic requirements) orders to which the rowers would respond to steer the ship confidently into battle, maneuvering to avoid shoals and reefs.
non deesse si quis adhibere volet, non modo ut architectos verum etiam ut fabros, ad aedificandam rem publicam, et potius libenter accurrere; si nemo utetur opera, tamen et scribere et legere TtokixsiccC et, si minus in curia atque in foro, at in litteris et libris, ut doctissimi veteres fecerunt, gubernare rem publicam et de moribus ac legibus quaerere.
C'est le sens et l'usage ancien du terme, kubernan en grec, gubernare en latin, qui se refere au pilotage d'un navire.
Solum enim ita possunt gubernare rempublicam ad traquillitatem temporalem, ut ea gubernatio non impediat studium pietatis et media ad finem supernaturalem, sed potius subserviat et iuvet.
In Latin the suffix -culum (Olsen 1988:29) is found in Instruments such as gubernaculum 'helm' (from gubernare 'be at the helm, steer') or uehiculum 'vehicle' (from uehere 'drive, ride').
Causa vero materialis, in qua huiusmodi potestas residet Jure naturali et divino, est ipsa respublica, cui de se competit gubernare seipsam et administrare, et omnes potestates suas in commune bonum dirigere>>.
32D: "Ex quibus verbis habetur, quod non potest quis seipsum bene gubernare, vel familiam, vel civitatem, et recte operari, nisi habeat virtutes.
Governance is derived from the Latin word gubernare, meaning "to steer", usually in the maritime sense.
dictam ecclesiam in omnibus spiritualibus bene regere et gubernare .
corpore sit anima dignior, sic et apostolicus sequitur imperatorem, licet ei det perfectionem, et potencialiter agat et vivat, et imperator apostolico dominatur, licet imperatore dignior possit dici, ad cuius officium specialiter pertinet animas et spiritualia gubernare [.
1, he translates fatu fortune et genesi gubernare iuxta mathernaticorum constellationem ('by the decree of Fortune and by birth/nativity according to the position of the stars when one is born (Souter), i.