WISECRACKER - BAVARD - CHIACCHIERONE - CORREVEIDILE
A bout de l'aune faut le drap.A bove ante, ab asino retro, a muliere undique caveto.
en] Beware of the bull from the front, the donkey from behind, and women from all sides.A bove maiori discit arare minor.
en] From the old ox the young ox learns how to plow.A bow long bent at last waxes weak.A bow long bent at length must wax weak.A bow long bent at length waxeth weak.A bow long bent grows weak.A bow that is bent too far will break.A bow too much bent is broken.A bow too much bent will break.A bowl should not laugh when a calabash breaks.A boy is better unborn than untaught.A boy is easier cheated than an old lady.A boy isn't sent to collect the honey.A boy living near a buddhist temple can learn an untaught sutra by heart.A boy may cry; but a man as to conceal his pain.A boy perched on a tree sees what an old man sees seated on a stool.A boy will learn more true wisdom in a public school in a year than by a private education in five. It is not from masters, but from their equals, that youth learn a knowledge of the world.
GoldsmithA boy's ears are on his back: he hears when he is beaten.A boy's love is water in a sieve.A boy's will is the will of the wind.A boy's will is the wind's will.
LongfellowA boy's work is little, but who doesn't use it is a fool.A boys best friend is his mother and there's no spancel stronger than her apron string.A braccia aperte.A braccio.A braga rota, compañón sano.A braggard looks before him in the end.A braggart is recognized by his headgear.A brain is worth little without a tongue.A branch of ?mutundu' does not hinder the division of a field.A brand burns him who stirs it up.A brandura vence almas, a aspereza cria ódio.A bras raccourcis.A bras-le-corps.A brave and honest man will speak out.A brave arm makes a short sword long.A brave captain is as a root, out of which (as branches) the courage of his soldiers doth spring.
Sir Philip SidneyA brave man cannot be hit from the back.A brave man dies but once, a coward many times.A brave man dies once, a coward a thousand times.A brave man eats the soup, a shy won't even get cabbage.A brave man is clear in his discourse, and keeps close to truth.
AristotleA brave man is scared of a lion three times: first when he sees the tracks; second when he hears the first roar; and third when they are face to face.A brave man is sometimes a desperado: a bully is always a coward.
HaliburtonA brave man keeps his eyes on his goal.A brave man may fall, but he cannot yield.A brave man seldom is hurt in the back.A brave man thinks no one his superior who does him an injury; for he has it then in his power to make himself superior to the other by forgiving it.
PopeA brave man who climbs trees is food for their roots.