A fire will sear and the sun burn yet more, but neither can match the ardor of a man's heart.
A fire will sear and the sun burn yet more, but neither can match the ardor of a man?s heart.
A Firenze per aver ufizii, bisogna avere bel palazzo e stare a bottega.
A firm faith is the best theology; a good life is the best philosophy; a clear conscience the best law; honesty the best policy, and temperance the best physic. Aughey
A first book has some of the sweetness of a first love. Willmott
A fischt gar gerne im Trüben.
A fish always rots from the head down
A fish and bird may fall in love but the two cannot build a home together.
A fish follows the bait.
A fish gets bigger when it gets away.
A fish has nothing to do with a raincoat. Africa
A fish is caught by its head.
A fish only comes to its senses after it is caught in the net.
A fish should swim thrice: in water, in sauce, and in wine.
A fish stinks from the head.
A fish will not live out of water but will prefer air to hot water.
A fish with teeth tastes the same as fish without.
A fish wouldn't get into trouble if it kept its mouth shut.
A fish wouldn?t get into trouble if it kept its mouth shut.
A fisherman can recognize another fisherman from afar.
A fisherman can tell another fisherman from afar.
A fisherman knows where to look for an octopus.
A fisherman never says his fish stink.
A fisherman once stung will be wiser.
A fisherman's walk: three steps and overboard.
A fisherman?s walk - twa steps and overboard.
A Física moderna leva-nos necessariamente a Deus. (Arthur Eddington)
A fisionomia é o espelho da alma.
A fit of anger is as fatal to dignity as a dose of arsenic is to life. J. G. Holland
A fita confita.
A fittert zererst 's Grumd, dernô 's Hiä. Böhmisch-Friedland Ein Bauer aus Lusdorf (Dorf in der Herrschaft Friedland in Böhmen), der drei Töchter hatte, wurde angegangen, die jüngste derselben einem jungen Mann zur Frau zu geben. Da ihm daran lag, vor der jüngsten Tochter die zwei ältesten zu verheiraten, antwortete er dem Bewerber: 'Ich fitter' zererst 's Hiä, dernô 's Grumd.' Verfährt nun jemand in entgegengesetzter Weise, so wendet man die obige Redensart an.
A fitting expression makes a good impression. Yiddish] A guter oysdruk makht a gutn ayndruk.
A fiume famoso non andar a pesca.
A fiume turbido guadagno del piscatore.
A fiúza de conde, não mates o homem, que morrerá o conde e o homem.
A fiúza de parentes, cata que merendes.
A fiúza de parentes, não deixes de guarda que merendes.
A fixed idea ends in madness or heroism. Victor Hugo
A flag follows the direction of the wind.
A flag on a mud barge.
A Flanders reckoning.
A flatterer has water in one hand and fire in the other.
A flatterer is a dangerous enemy. Scotland
A flatterer is a secret enemy.
A flatterer is said to be a beast that biteth smiling. But it is hard to know them from friends, they are so obsequious and full of protestations; for as a wolf resembles a dog, so doth a flatterer a friend. Sir Walter Raleigh
A flatterer is the shadow of a fool. Sir Thomas Overbury
A flatterer must not lose his temper.
A flatterers throat is an open Sepulcher. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum