A fome é o melhor cozinheiro.A fome é o melhor tempero.A fome espreita à porta de quem trabalha, mas não entra em casa.A fome faz a onça sair do mato.A fome faz sair o lobo ao povoado.A fome faz sair o lobo da mata ao povoado.A fome faz sair o lobo do mato.A fome não é cuia.A fome não espera pela fartura.A fome não faz bom cabelo.A fome não há pão duro.A fome não tem lei.A fome, grande mestra, até os animais adestra.A fond old man is often as full of words as a woman. A fond old man is often as full of words as a woman.
Sir Thomas More, English Works, p. 1169A fondo perduto.
A fonte puro pura defluit aqua.
en] Pure water flows from a pure spring.A fool always comes short of his reckoning.A fool always finds a bigger fool to praise him.A fool always finds a greater fool than himself.A fool always finds a greater fool to admire him.A fool and a wise man are alike both in the starting-place - their birth, and at the post - their death; only they differ in the race of their lives.
Thomas FullerA fool and his money are easily parted.A fool and his money are soon parted.A fool and his words are soon parted.A fool at forty is a fool indeed.
YoungA fool at forty will never be wise, appears to be the Irish form.A fool bolts a door with a boiled carrot.A fool can ask more questions in an hour than a wise man can answer in a year.
Yiddish] A nar ken fregen mer frages in a sho vi a kluger ken entferen in a yor.A fool can dance without a fiddle.A fool can no more see his own folly than he can see his ears.
ThackerayA fool cannot be an actor, though an actor may act a fool's part.
SophoclesA fool cannot be silent.A fool cannot look, nor stand, nor walk like a man of sense.
La BruyèreA fool cut down the oak to plant a thistle.A fool demands much, but he is a greater one that gives it.A fool demands much, but he's a greater that gives it.A fool despiseth bis father's instruction.
Old Testament, Proverbs 15:5Old Testament, Proverbs 15:5A fool digs a well by the river.A fool doesn't age and cold water doesn't spoil.
Yiddish] A nar vert nit elter un kalteh vasser vert nit kalyeh.A fool expects that larks will fall ready roasted into his own mouth.A fool expects to find water at the first stroke of his spade.A fool falls on his back and bruises his nose.
Yiddish] A shlamazel falt oifen ruken un tseklapt zikh dem noz.A fool fights with his own shadow.A fool flatters himself, a wise man flatters the fool.
Bulwer-LyttonA fool frets to flourish full in front.A fool gives and the clever one takes.
Yiddish] A nar git un a kluger nemt.A fool goes to the baths and forgets to wash his face.
Yiddish] A nar gait in bod arein un fargest zikh dos ponim optsuvashen.A fool grows without rain.
Yiddish] A nar vakhst on regn.A fool in a gown is none the wiser.A fool in his own house will not be wise in mine.