• DICTUM
    a_f

  • A fa' der be' a li somari, po' se pija li carci!
  • A fa' la barba se sta ve' un jorno, a pija' moje se sta ve' un mese, a' mmazza' lo porco se sta ve' un anno.
  • A fa'ing maister maks a standin' man.
  • A fabis abstineto.
  • A fabulis ad facta veniamus.
  • A fabulis fabulosa secernere.
    de] Märchen und märchenhaft klingendes auseinanderhalten.
  • A facci ca non è vista, è disiddirata.
  • A faccia iraconda, lingua ascosa.
  • A face as long as a fiddle.
    de] Ein Gesicht wie sieben Tage Regenwetter.
  • A face hardie
    Une preuve ne nuit.
  • A face indica qual seja o coração.
  • A facilidade e presteza com que alguns povos adotam as modas estrangeiras demonstram a sua leviandade, falta de caráter, juízo e nacionalismo.
  • A facilioribus est incipiendum.
  • A facility for quotation covers the absence of original thought.
  • A facillimi ordire incipere.
    de] Mit dem Leichtesten beginnen.
  • A fact in our lives is valuable, not so far as it is true, but as it is significant.
  • A fact is a great thing: a sentence printed, if not by God, then at least by the Devil.
  • A facto ad ius non datur consequentia.
    de] Die Folgerung von der Sache auf das Gesetz ist nicht erlaubt.
  • A facto ad ius non tenet illatio.
  • A facto ad jus non datur consequentia.
    en] Inference from the fact to the law is not legitimate (o. allowed).
    pt] Não se dá consequência do fato para o direito.
  • A facto propriore priora renarrant.
    de] Vom Naheliegendes kommen sie auf Früheres.
  • A faculdade de pensar é provocada pela de sentir; cessando esta, acaba aquela.
  • A faculty for idleness implies a catholic appetite and a strong sense of personal identity.
  • A facúndia dos velhacos é irresistível para os tolos.
  • A fadiga é a melhor almofada.
  • A fährt auf wie der Furz im Bade.
    i] Von auffahrenden, leicht zu reizenden Menschen.
    zit] Ich hätte mir's nicht eingebildet, dass ihr eines Wortes wegen so auffahren solltet, wie ein Forz im Bade.
    fr] Elle est glorieuse comme un pet.
    fr] Glorieux comme un pet, parcequ'il n'a respect d'aucun.
  • A fährt nei, wie der Bauer in die Stiefeln.
    Schlesien
    nl] Hij valt erin, als een boer in de kousen.
  • A fährt rim, wie der Furz ei der Laterne.
    i] Der Unstete, der nicht weiß wohin.
  • A failure establishes only this, that our determination to succeed was not strong enough.
  • A failure is a man who has blundered but is not capable of cashing in on the experience.
  • A failure is just the wrong way of looking at a missed opportunity.
  • A failure is not always a mistake; it may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying.
  • A failure is not one who fails, a failure is one who blames others for their own failure.
  • A failure will not appear until a unit has passed final inspection.
  • A faint cold fear thrills through my veins.
  • A faint heart never won a fair lady.
  • A faint idea of...
    de] Eine schwache Ahnung von...
  • A faint resemblance.
    de] Eine schwache Ähnlichkeit
  • A faint smile.
    de] Ein leichtes Lächeln.
  • A fair booty makes a fair (o. many a) thief.
  • A fair bride is soon busked.
  • A fair bride is soon buskt, and a short horse is soon wispt.
  • A fair crack of the whip.
    de] Eine faire Chance.
  • A fair day in winter is the mother of a storme.
  • A fair day's work for a fair day's pay.
  • A fair exchange brings no quarrel.
    dk] Lige Bytte giör mindst Traette.
  • A fair exchange is no robbery.
  • A fair exterior is a silent recommendation.
  • A fair face and a foul heart.
  • A fair face may hide a foul heart.
  • A fair face may hide a foul heart.
    de] Außen fix, innen nix.
  • A fair face may make a foul bargain.
  • A fair face will get its praise, though the owner keep silent.
  • A fair face will get its praise, though the owner keep silent.
    dk] Fagert Ansigt faaer Lov nok, dog man'selv tier stille.
  • A fair face will not keep the pot boiling.
  • A fair fire makes a room flet.
  • A fair go.
    de] Eine Chance.
  • A fair maid tocherless will get mair wooers than husbands.
  • A fair number of times.
    de] Recht oft.
  • A fair offer is nae cause o' feud.
  • A fair pawn never ashamed his master.
  • A fair promise binds a fool.
    fr] Belle promesse fol lie.
  • A fair request should be followed by the deed in silence.
  • A fair skin often covers a crooked mind.
    dk] Tidt er vanskabt Sind under fagert Skind.
  • A fair weather friend always leave you in a lurch.
  • A fair wife and a frontier castle breed quarrels.
  • A fair wife without a fortune, is a fine house without furniture.
  • A fair woman is a paradise to the eye, a purgatory to the purse, and a hell to the soul.
  • A fair woman, with foul conditions, is like a sumptuos sepulchre, full of corruption.
  • A fair women, and a slash'd gown, find always some nail in the way.
  • A fair-weather friend changes with the wind.
    es] Amigo del buen tiempo mudará con el viento.
    pt] Amigo de bom tempo, muda-se com o vento.
  • A faire death honours the whole life.
  • A faire et dire y a grand contredict.
  • A faire face is half a portion.
  • A faire une panse d'a.
    de] Ein wenig behilflich sein, eine Kleinigkeit erledigen.
  • A faísca, quando fenece, mais se acende.
  • A faith is a necessity to a man. Woe to him who believes in nothing.
  • A faith is something you die for, a doctrine is something you kill for. There is all the difference in the world.
  • A faithful friend is a strong defense and he that hath found such an one hath found a treasure.
    A faithful friend is a true image of the Deity.
    A faithful friend is hard to find.
  • A faithful man shall abound with blessings; but he that maketh haste to be rich shall not be innocent.
  • A faithless wife is shipwreck to a house.
  • A falar é que a gente se entende.
  • A falar no diabo e ele a aparecer.
  • A falar no mau, aparelhar o pau.
  • A fall into a ditch makes you wiser.
  • A fall into the pit, a gain in your wit.
  • A fallen branch cannot bear fruits on its own.
  • A fallen lighthouse is more dangerous than a reef.
  • A fallen tree will be hit by many axes.
  • A falling drop at last will cave a stone.
  • A fällt uf a Sattel und nimmt's Pferd.
  • A falsa causa não é causa.
  • A falsa ciência não aumenta o nosso saber, agrava a nossa ignorância.
  • A falsa modéstia é um refinamento da vaidade.
  • A false alarm.
  • A false friend and a shadow stay only while the sun shines.
  • A false friend is like a shadow their only with you when the sun is shining.
  • A false friend is worse than an open enemy.
  • A false report rides post.
  • A falsidade, a ninguém nociva, não se pune.
  • <<< list home >>>