A gien horse shouldna be look'd in the mouth. Scotland
A gien piece is soon eaten. Scotland
A gift - its kind, its value and appearance; the silence or the pomp that attends it; the style in which it reaches you - may decide the dignity or vulgarity of the giver. Lavater
A gift delayed, and long expected, is not given, but sold dear.
A gift is better than a promise.
A gift long expected is sold, not given.
A gift long waited for is sold, not given.
A gift much expected is paid, not given.
A gift much expected is paid, not given. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A gift on the thumb is sure to come: a gift on the finger is sure to linger.
A gift wi' a kind look is a double present. Scotland
A gift with a kind countenance is a double present.
A gift, though small, is welcome.
A gihd ei de Welt. Schlesien
A gilded halo hovering round decay. Byron
A gilt bridle for an old mule.
A gilt-edged visiting card often hides an ugly face.
A ginnt kem Mensche nischt. Schlesien Mene Nuchbern, dos missginstige Web, gint kim Mensche nischte, auch nich de Lufft, mir weider 's koalde, noch 's woarme.
A giovane assennato, la donna a lato.
A giovine cuor tutto è giuoco.
A girl apes her neighbor?s frowning.
A girl draws more than a rope.
A girl never grows into a lady.
A girl of eighteen imagines the feelings behind the face that has moved her with its sympathetic youth as easily as primitive people imagined the humors of the gods in fair weather. What is she to believe in if not in this vision woven from within? George Eliot
A girl only gets pregnant once.
A girl receives, a widow takes her husband.
A girl that blushes too much, knows too much.
A girl unemployed is thinking of mischief.
A girl who cannot patch man?s trousers in between the legs, must not marry at all, because what use does a man have of such a stupid wife.
A girl with a golden cradle doesn't remain long in her father's house.
A girl with a golden cradle doesn?t remain long in her father?s house.
A girl with cotton stockings never sees a mouse.
A girl without a friend is like the spring without roses.
A girl without a mother is like a mountain with no paths; a girl without a father is like a mountain with no streams.
A girl without a needle is like a cat without a claw.
A girl young and a coffee hot.
A girl, a vineyard and a beanfield are difficult to guard.
A girl, a vineyard, an orchard, and a bean-field, are hard to watch.
A girl?s patience can only be recognised by how long she keeps her virginity.
A git (er geht) of Schtälza. Schreitet stolz einher.
A gît rem wi a Lehmtreter. a gît rem = er geht herum
A gît rem wi Pott Lehmsâk. Österreich-Schlesien a gît rem = er geht herum. Gedankenlos, betrübt.
A gît rem wi Tripstrill. a gît rem = er geht herum. Blöde, betrübt, gedankenlos.
A given bite is soon put out of sight.
A given excuse that was not asked for implies guilt.
A given horse should not be looked in the teeth.
A giving hand, though foul, shall have fair praise. Shakespeare
A glad heart seldom sighs, but a sorrowful mouth often laughs.
A glaring sunny morning, a woman that talks Latin, and a child reared on wine, never come to a good end.
A gläserner Bär. Jüdisch-deutsch in Warschau Ein plumper Mensch. Zur Schwerfälligkeit des Bären wird hier noch die Zerbrechlichkeit des Stoffes hinzugesellt.