A gentle hand may lead even an elephant by a single hair.
A gentle heart is tyed with an easie thread. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A gentle horse would not be over fair spur?d.
A gentle houswife marres the houshold. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A gentle politician doesn?t promise to build bridges where there is no water.
A gentle wind of western birth, From some far summer sea, Wakes daisies in the wintry earth. George MacDonald
A gentle word can even break a bone. Yiddish] A veikher vort brekht a bein.
A gentle word opens an iron gate.
A gentle word opens the strongest lock.
A gentleman has ease without familiarity, is respectful without meanness; genteel without affectation, insinuating without seeming art. Chesterfield
A gentleman is a rarer thing than some of us think for. Which of us can point out many such in his circle - men whose aims are generous, whose truth is constant and elevated; who can look the world honestly in the face, with an equal manly sympathy for the great and the small? We all know a hundred whose coats are well made, and a score who have excellent manners; but of gentlemen how many? Let us take a little scrap of paper and each make out his list. Thackeray
A gentleman is always a gentleman; but the butterflies of society differ as much in their moods as does that insect in its colors. Mme. Dufresnoy
A gentleman is one who understands and shows every mark of deference to the claims of self-love in others, and exacts it in return from them. Hazlitt
A gentleman makes no noise; a lady is serene. Emerson
A Gentleman of Wales, with a Knight of Cales, and a Lord of the North Countrie, a Yeoman of Kent upon a rack's Rent will buy them out all three.
A gentleman ought to travel abroad, but dwell at home.
A gentleman should be honest in his actions and refined in his language.
A gentleman should hae mair in his pouch than on his back. Scotland
A gentleman should have more in his pocket than on his back.
A gentleman that loves to hear himself talk will speak more in a minute than he will stand to in a month. Shakespeare
A gentleman will do like a gentleman.
A gentleman without an estate is a pudding without suet.
A gentleman without an estate is like a pudding without suet.
A gentleman without an estate, is like a pudding without suet. Scotland
A Gentleman without Living, is like a Pudding.
A gentleman's first characteristic is that fineness of structure in the body which renders it capable of the most delicate sensation; and of structure in the mind which renders it capable of the most delicate sympathies: one may say simply 'fineness of nature. Ruskin
A gentleman's taste in dress is, upon principle, the avoidance of all things extravagant. It consists in the quiet simplicity of exquisite neatness; but, as the neatness must be a neatness in fashion, employ the best tailor; pay him ready money, and, on the whole, you will find him the cheapest. Bulwer-Lytton
A gentlemans grayhound, and a salt-box; seeke them at the fire. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A gentlemen of Beauce who stays in bed till his breeches are mended.
A genuine contract is not repeated
A genuine gift is like water, when it flows out it can never return.
A genuine passion is like a mountain stream; it admits of no impediment; it cannot go backward; it must go forward. Bovee
A genuine ruby won?t sink and disappear in mud.
A geometria é uma ciência de todas as espécies possíveis de espaços. (Kant)
A geração de uma coisa é corrupção de outra.
A geração que nos educa é a mesma que nos critica. Autor Desconhecido
A German writer observes: 'Tho noblest characters only show themselves in their real light. All others act comedy with their fellow-men even unto the grave.' Lady Blessington
A gesagt haben. Zu Beginn sein Einverständnis gegeben haben und deshalb nicht mehr zurückkönnen. 'Wer A sagt, muss auch B sagen'. A = erster Buchstabe des Alphabets = Beginn einer Angelegenheit, B = zweiter Buchstabe = Fortführung.
A Geschäft wo man nimmt mehr heraus, wie man legt herein. Jüdisch-deutsch in Warschau Euphemistische Bezeichnung für Lavement.
A Geschrei wie beim Chorben Beiss-ha-mikdesch. Warschau Chorben = Zerstörung; Beiss-ha-mikdesch = heiliger Tempel. Ein großes Jammergeschrei, wie bei der Zerstörung des Tempels zu Jerusalem.
A gesheft hob nicht. (Yiddish)
A geshenktn ferd kukt men nit in/af di tseyn. (Yiddish)
A geshvir iz a guteh zach bei yenem untern orem. (Yiddish)
A gestoppter Lamden. Jüdisch-deutsch in Warschau Ein mit Gelehrsamkeit vollgestopfter Mensch, der sie nicht nützlich zu verwerten weiß.
A gewogen Rändel. Jüdisch-deutsch in Warschau Ein Dukaten. So bewährt und allgemein anerkannt wie ein vollwichtiger Dukaten.
A gezunt ahf dein kop. (Yiddish)
A giant among the pigmies.
A gibt mir weder das Kalte, noch's Warme. Schlesien
A gien game was ne'er won. Scotland
A gien horse shoudna be looked i' the mouth. Scotland