Children bring good fortune, children bring misfortune. Yiddish] Kinder brengen glik, kinder brengen umglik.
Children cry for nuts and apples, and old men for gold and silver.
Children form a bond of union than which the human heart finds none more enduring. Livy.
Children generally hate to be idle; all the care then is that their busy humor should be constantly employed in something of use to them. Locke
Children grow up, with or without parents.
Children have a hair of their father.
Children have more need of models than of critics. Joseph Joubert, Pensees 261
Children have neither past nor future; and that which seldom happens to us, they rejoice in the present. La Bruyère
Children have wide ears and long tongues.
Children learn to creep ere they can go.
Children learn to creep ere they can learn to go.
Children learne to creepe ere they can learne to goe. John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part i. Chap. xi.
Children married, cares increased.
Children must be rendered reasonable, but not reasoners. The first thing to teach them is that it is reasonable for them to obey, and unreasonable for them to dispute. Joubert
Children of men! the unseen Power, whose eye Forever doth accompany mankind, Hath look'd on no religion scornfully That men did ever find. Matthew Arnold
Children of the same mother do not always agree.
Children of three days - one has to spoil them: not more than that.
Children of wealth or want, to each is given One spot of green, and all the blue heaven! Holmes
Children pick up words as pigeons peas, and utter them as God shall please.
Children pick up words as pigeons peas, and utter them again as God shall please.
Children pick up words, as pigeons peas, and utter them again as God shall please.
Children raised, doubled work.
Children should be seen and not heard fr] On dit voir les enfants et non pas les entendre.
Children speak in the field what they hear in the house.
Children suck the mother when they are young, and the father when grown up (o. they are old).
Children suck the mother when they are young, and the father when they are old.
Children sweeten labors, but they make misfortunes more bitter; they increase the cares of life, but they mitigate the remembrance of death. Bacon
Children tell in the highway what they hear by the fireside.
Children to bed and the goose to the fire.
Children travel from the heart to the heart.
Children when little make parents fool, when great, mad.
Children when they are little make parents fooles, when they are great they make them mad. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Children who get everything they ask for seldom succeed in life.
Children will imitate their fathers in their vices, seldom in their repentance. Spurgeon
Children will tell you what they do, men what they think, and older people what they have seen and heard.
Children yoke parents to the past, present and future.
Children's bread is hard to chew.
Children's love is like water in a basket.
Children, ay, forsooth They bring their own love with them when they come, But if they come not there is peace and rest; The pretty lambs! and yet she cries for more; Why, the world's full of them, and so is heaven - They are not rare. Jean Ingelow
Children, honor your parents in your hearts; bear them not only awe and respect, but kindness and affection: love their persons, fear to do anything that may justly provoke them; highly esteem them as the instruments under God of your being: for 'Ye shall fear every man his mother and his father. Jeremy Taylor
Children, like dogs, have so sharp and fine a scent that they detect and hunt out everything - the bad before all the rest. They also know well enough how this or that friend stands with their parents; and as they practice no dissimulation whatever, they serve as excellent barometers by which to observe the degree of favor or disfavor at which we stand with their parents. Goethe
Children: one is one, two is fun, three is a houseful.
Chill airs and wintry winds! my ear Has grown familiar with your song; I hear it in the opening year, I listen, and it cheers me long. Longfellow
Chill penury repressed their noble rage, And froze the genial current of the soul. Thomas Gray
Chill penury weighs down the heart itself; and though it sometimes be endured with calmness, it is but the calmness of despair. Mrs. Jameson
China und Japan hatte ich vor einem Jahre [in der Lektüre] fleißig durchreist und mich mit jenem Riesenstaat ziemlich bekannt gemacht. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832), an Ch. H. Schlosser, 23.1.1815
Chind erzühe ischt au gwerchet. Schwiizertütsch
Chinesische Herrscher geben sich nicht mit Barbaren außerhalb der Großen Mauer ab. China