WISECRACKER - BAVARD - CHIACCHIERONE - CORREVEIDILE
A ship cannot have two captains.A ship cloaks in order to attack.A ship in the harbour is safe; but that is not what a ship is for.A ship of salt for you!A ship on the beach is a lighthouse to the sea.A ship under sail, a man in complete armour, a woman with a great belly are three of the handsomest sights.A ship with two captains sinks.A ship-load of fish gets spoiled, because of one spoiled fish.A shippe and a woman are ever repairing.
George Herbert, Jacula PrudentumA Shireman.A shive of my own loaf.A shlamazel falt oifen ruken un tseklapt zikh dem noz. (Yiddish)A shlamazel kumt oich a mol tsu nuts. (Yiddish)A shlekhter sholem iz beser vi a guter krig. (Yiddish)A shloss iz gut nor far an orentlechen mentshen. (Yiddish)A shock dog is starved and nobody believes it.A shoe too large trips one up.A shoe-maker walks barefooted.A shoemaker's son is a prince born.A shoemaker's wife and a smith's mare are always the worst shod.A shoemaker?s wife and a smith?s mare are always the worst shod.A shored tree stands long.A short courtship is the best courtship.A short cut is often a wrong cut.A short cut.A short day's profit is little.A short death is the sovereign good hap of human life.
PlinyA short grace is gude for hungry folk.
ScotlandA short grace is sweet for hungry folk.
ScotlandA short halter for a greedy horse.A short horse is soon curried.A short horse is soone currid.
John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part i. Chap. x.A short horse soon curried.A short man carry a hunchback man.A short man is not a boy.A short mass and a long dinner.A short person touches where he can reach.A short rest is always good.A short rope ties nothing.A short sword for a brave man.A short tail won't keep off flies.A short tail won?t keep off flies.A short temper is a disadvantage.A short tree stands lang.
ScotlandA short visit is best and that not too often.A shower in July when the corn begins to fill, is worth a plough of oxen, and all belongs there till.A shower in March,
another in May,
the third in April:
the fourth about the Lammas tide,
when corn begins to fill:
is well worth a plough of gold,
and all that longs theretill.A shpigel ken oich zein der grester farfirer. (Yiddish)A shprikhvort, iz a vorvort. (Yiddish)A shrew gets her wish but suffers in the getting.