WISECRACKER - BAVARD - CHIACCHIERONE - CORREVEIDILE
A ki nyárban nem gyüjt, télben keveset füt. - Ki ifjonta jól gyüjt, vénségére jól füt.A kick from a mare never hurt a horse.A killing tongue and a quiet sword.
ShakespeareA kimmt vum Stuhl uf a Schemel.
Es geht mit seiner Wirtschaft rückwärts.A kind heart is better than a crafty head.A kind in shtub, ful in alleh vinkelech. (Yiddish)A kind look turneth awa anger.
ScotlandA kind speech and forgiveness is better than alms followed by injury.A kind welcome is better than a good dinner.A kind word can attract even the snake from his nest.A kind word is better than charity.
Yiddish] A guter vort iz karanter vi a nedoveh.A kind word is like a Spring day.A kind word is like charity.A kind word never broke anyone?s mouth.A kind word opens even the iron doors. (You can succeed in anything by being polite.).A kind word warms a man through three winters.A kind word warms for three winters.A kind's treren reissen himlen. (Yiddish)A kindersher saichel iz oichet a saichel. (Yiddish)A kindly aver will never make a good horse.A kindly word cools anger.
ScotlandA kindness bestowed on the good is never thrown away.A king for a moment, and a beggar soon after.A king Harry's face.A king is like a lake, you can?t dispense him, otherwise, you risk drowning.A king is never powerful that hath not power on the sea.A king may be a tool, a thing of straw; but if he serves to frighten our enemies, and secure our property, it is well enough; a scarecrow is a thing of straw, but it protects the corn.
PopeA king of Whitsuntide.A king or a prince becomes by accident a part of history. A poet or an artist becomes by nature and necessity a part of universal humanity.
Mrs. JamesonA king or a slave.A king promises, but observes only what he pleases.A king rules as he ought, a tyrant as he lists; a king to the profit of all, a tyrant only to please a few.
AristotleA king who doesn?t tolerate comments about his mouth shouldn?t eat in public.A king's castle is his home.A king's chaff is worth more than other men's corn.A king's child is a slave elsewhere.A king's face should give (o. show) grace.A king's favour is no inheritance.A king's son is no nobler than his company.A king's son is not nobler than his food.A king's word is more than another man's oath.A king, a master, a parent, a judge, may fail to frighten us; but sickness coming brings with it successful reproof.A kingdom is lost for want of a shoe.A kingdom?s strength is in mutual honor.A king?s castle is his home.A king?s chaff is worth more than other men?s corn.A king?s face should show grace.A king?s favour is no inheritance.A king?s son is no nobler than his company.A king?s son is not nobler than his food.