Anatomy of Melancholy, 271-279 — Pt. I, Sec. 2, Mem. III, Subsect. 10—Discontents, Cares, Miseries, etc. Causes

“The common etymology will evince it, Cura quasi cor uro [cura (care) = cor uro (I burn my heart)]; Dementes curae, insomnes curae, damnosae curae, tristes, mordaces, carnifices, &c. biting, eating, gnawing, cruel, bitter, sick, sad, unquiet, pale, tetric, miserable, intolerable cares, as the poets call them, worldly cares, and are as many in number as the sea sands.”