WISECRACKER - BAVARD - CHIACCHIERONE - CORREVEIDILE
A fool fights with his own shadow.A fool finds no pleasure in understanding but delights in airing his own opinions.A fool finds pleasure in evil conduct, but a man of understanding delights in wisdom.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 gives full vent to his anger, but a wise man keeps himself under control.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 has few friends.A fool in a gown is none the wiser.A fool in a hurry drinks tea with a fork.A fool in his own house will not be wise in mine.A fool is a wise man's ladder.A fool is a wise man?s ladder.A fool is always beginning.A fool is fulsome.A fool is happier thinking weel o? himself than a wise man is of others thinking weel o? him.A fool is his own informer.A fool is like a wanderer lost on a path.A fool is like all other men as long as he remains silent.A fool is like other men as long as he is silent.A fool is like the big drum that beats fast but does not realize its hollowness.A fool is mair happy in thinking weel o' himsel, than a wise man is of ithers thinking weel o' him.
ScotlandA fool is none the wiser for having a learned grandfather.A fool is not afraid to lose his mind.A fool is often as dangerous to deal with as a knave, and always more incorrigible.
ColtonA fool is only cured by dying.A fool is someone who trusts another fool.A fool is thirsty in the midst of water.A fool is wise in his own conceit.A fool judges people by the presents they give him.A fool knows more in his own house than a wise man in another's.A fool laughs at himself.A fool laughs when others laugh.A fool looks for dung where the cow never browsed.A fool looks for dung where the cow never grazed.A fool loseth his estate before he finds his folly.A fool may ask more questions in an hour than a wise man can answer in seven years.A fool may ask more questions in an hour, than a wise man may/can answer in a year.A fool may chance to put something into a wise man's head.A fool may chance to put something into a wise man?s head.A fool may chance to say a wise thing.A fool may earn money, but it taks a wise man to keep it.
ScotlandA fool may find faults that a wise man canna mend.
ScotlandA fool may gie a wise man an advice.
ScotlandA fool may give a wise man (a) counsel.A fool may give a wise man counsel.A fool may have his coat embroidered with gold, but it is a fool's coat still.
RivarolA fool may make money, but it requires a wise man to spend it.