No Matter How You Say It: Endurance
The primary Latin root of endure is durare, which means “to harden; to hold out; to make last”. To create the word Endurance, the Latin durare was coupled with the Latin preposition for “in”. Can you see how Endurance is hardening from within?
Check out the following links from www.handspeak.com for the American Sign Language interpretation of the words:
Can you see how enduring looks like work followed by success and discourage is giving up?
He that would have eggs must endure the cackling of hens.
You must be willing to endure unpleasant, irritating things in order to get what you want.
What can’t be cured must be endured.
If you cannot do anything about a problem, you will have to live with it.
more than flesh and blood can ˈstand,
too painful or unpleasant to tolerate.
To see more visit the site from which these came: https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/endure