Fammi povera che io ti farò ricco, disse la vigna al potatore.
Fammi povera, ti farò ricco.
famosus libellus info] a slanderous or libelous letter.
Fan Donk stuarf de Smeds kat.
Fan Jongen an Dommen feit 'm a Wiard tu wedden. Föhr de] Von Jungen und Dummen kriegt man die Wahrheit zu wissen
Fan Nönt kumt Nönt.
Fan Thank staarw Smath's Kat. Nordfriesland de] Von Dank sagen starb die Katze des Schmieds. (Der leere Dank trägt nichts ein, man kann davon nicht leben)
Fan'd fires and forced love ne'er did weel. Scotland
Fanaticism is a fire, which heats the mind indeed, but heats without purifying. It stimulates and ferments all the passions; but it rectifies none of them. Warburton
Fanaticism is an inflamed state of the passions; and nothing that is violent will last long. The vicissitudes of the world and the business of life are admirably adapted to abate the excesses of religious enthusiasm. Robert Hall
Fanaticism is governed by imagination rather than judgment. Harriet Beecher Stowe
Fanaticism is such an overwhelming impression of the ideas relating to the future world as disqualifies for the duties of life. Robert Hall
Fanaticism, or, to call it by its milder name, enthusiasm, is only powerful and active so long as it is aggressive. Establish it firmly in power, and it becomes conservatism, whether it will or no. Lowell
Fanaticism, to which men are so much inclined, has always served not only to render them more brutalized but more wicked. Voltaire
Fanciul troppo accarezzato non è mai ben regolato.
Fanciulli piccoli, dolor di capo, e figli grandi, dolor di cuore.
Fanciulli piccoli, dolor di testa; fanciulli grandi, dolor di cuore.
Fanciulli, poveri e polli, non sono mai satolli.
Fancy and humour, early and constantly indulged in, may expect an old age overrun with follies. Watts
Fancy and pride seek things at vast expense. Young
Fancy borrows much from memory, and so looks back to the past. Ruffini
Fancy brings us as many vain hopes as idle fears. Wilhelm von Humboldt
Fancy flees before the wind.
Fancy flies before the wind. Scotland
Fancy has an extensive influence in morals. Some of the most powerful and dangerous feelings in nature, as those of ambition and envy, derive their principal nourishment from a cause apparently so trivial. Its effect on the common affairs of life is greater than might be supposed. Naked reality would scarcely keep the world in motion. W. B. Clulow
Fancy is a fairy, that can hear Ever, the melody of nature's voice, And see all lovely visions that she will. Mrs. Osgood
Fancy is imagination in her youth and adolescence. Fancy is always excursive; imagination, not seldom, is sedate. Landor
Fancy kills and cures.
Fancy kills, and fancy cures. Scotland
Fancy light from fancy caught. Tennyson
Fancy may bolt bran, and think it flour.
Fancy may kill or cure.
Fancy passes beauty.
Fancy requires much, necessity but little.
Fancy restrained may be compared to a fountain, which plays highest by diminishing the aperture. Goldsmith
Fancy rules over two thirds of the universe, the past and the future, while reality is confined to the present. Richter
Fancy runs most furiously when a guilty conscience drives it. Thomas Fuller
Fancy sets the value on the gifts of fortune. La Rochefoucauld
Fancy surpasses beauty.
Fancy surpasseth beauty. Scotland
Fancy that others cannot believe otherwise than as he does. Michel De Montaigne
Fancy tortures more people than does reality. Ouida
Fancy, an animal faculty, is very different from imagination, which is intellectual. The former is passive; but the latter is active and creative. Children, the weak minded, and the timid, are full of fancy. Men and women of intellect, of great intellect, are alone possessed of great imagination. Joubert
Fancy, like the finger of a clock, Runs the great circuit, and is still at home. Cowper
Fancy, when once brought into religion, knows not where to stop. It is like one of those fiends in old stories which any one could raise, but which, when raised, could never be kept within the magic circle. Whately
Fanden er god at komme i med, men ond at komme af med.
Fanden er ikke at slaae som andet faae.
Fanden gir grød op med en syyl, og smør deri som et knappe neels hoved.