A hot Protzen wie a Bâr. Ihr wisst, Bâlzer hot Protzen, wie a Bâr, und iss a rechter ganzer Karle.
A hot se finger(oder kribel-)dicke hinger a Ohren sitzen.
A hot sei Maul en allem Dreck.
A hot seine Schöffe schun ieß troige brucht. Ich muss bei zeiten nur die Schaff ins Trockne bringen.
A hot sich aus Mutterleibe herausgelogen.
A hot temper leaps over a cold decree.
A hot viel Zeit und Weile. Schlesien
A hôt's Abc om Puck'l ûfgeschmîrt.
A hot's am Lebe (Leibe), a kons gân.
A hot's of d'r Schippe. Es geht zu Ende mit ihm oder seinem Geschäft.
A hott d' Kûe (Kühe) oach nôch baim Schwanze.
A hound's food is in its legs.
A houndless man comes to the best hunting.
A house and a woman sute excellently. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A house built by a man's father, and a vineyard planted by his grandfather.
A house built by the wayside is either too high or too low.
A house can be decorated, but a daughter cannot be dressed up.
A house divided against itself cannot stand. I believe this government cannot endure permanently half-slave and half-free. Abraham Lincoln
A house divided against itself cannot stand. New Testament, Mark 3:25
A house filled with guests is eaten up and ill spoken of.
A house is never perfectly furnished for enjoyment unless there is a child in it rising three years old, and a kitten rising six weeks. Southey
A house is no home unless it contains food and fire for the mind as well as for the body. For human beings are not so constituted that they can live without expansion. If they do not get it in one way, they must in another, or perish. Margaret Fuller
A house kept to the end of prudence is laborious without joy; a house kept to the end of display is impossible to all but a few women, and their success is dearly bought. Emerson
A house ready made, but a wife to make.
A house well furnished makes a good housewife.
A house with children is like a marketplace, and a house without children is like a graveyard.
A house without books is like a room without windows.
A house without family worship has neither foundation nor covering. Mason
A Huete, por crianza.
A Huete, que es lugar donde enseñan crianza.
A huge loss.
A Huhn, wus kräht; a Goj (Nichtjude) wus jüdisch redt; a Jüden (Jüdin), wus lernt Thojre (Bibel studiert), is nit kein güte Sechojre (Ware). Jüdisch-deutsch
A human being learns to speak early and to keep silent late. Yiddish] Der mentsh lernt fri redn un shpet shvaygn.
A human heart can never grow old if it takes a lively interest in the pairing of birds, the reproduction of flowers, and the changing tints of autumn leaves. Mrs. L. M. Child
A human heart is a skein of such imperceptibly and subtly interwoven threads that even the owner of it is often himself at a loss how to unravel it. Ruffini
A humble flower long time I pined Upon the solitary plain, And trembled at the angry wind, And shrunk before the bitter rain. And oh! 'twas in a blessed hour A passing wanderer chanced to see, And, pitying the lonely flower, To stoop and gather me. Thackeray
A humble-bee [or beetle] in dung thinks himself a king.
A humildade é a mais sólida das virtudes. (Confúcio)
A humildade é fundamento da verdade.
A humo de pajas.
A Hund schickt a Hund; a Ruw (Rabbiner) schickt a Ruw. Jüdisch-deutsch
A Hund, das ne bellt, on a alt Weib, wos ne schimpft, die senn olle beide nischt nütze.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed. Yiddish] Hundert hayzer zol er hobn, in yeder hoyz a hundert tsimern, in yeder tsimer tsvonsik betn un kadukhes zol im varfn fin eyn bet in der tsveyter.
A hundred loade of thought will not pay one of debts. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A hundred long leagues is no distance for him who would quench the thirst of covetousness; but a contented mind has no solicitude for grasping wealth. Hitopadesa.
A hundred more escape us than ever come to our knowledge. Michel De Montaigne
A hundred pounds of sorrow pays not one ounce of debt.
A hundred tailors, a hundred weavers, and a hundred millers, make three hundred thieves.
A hundred thousand welcomes; I could weep, And I could laugh; I am light and heavy; Welcome. Shakespeare
A hundred tricks are not so good as one well-learned trade.