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    la] Ad honorem.
  • A habit is first a wanderer, then a guest, and finally the boss.
  • A hadden tongue maks a slabbered mouth.
  • A Haiku is just like a normal American poem except that it doesn't rhyme and it's totally stupid.
  • A hair casts its shadow on the ground.
    es]Un cabello hace sombra en el suelo.
  • A hair divides what is false and true.
  • A hair of the dog cures the bite.
    it]Del can che morde, il pelo sana.
  • A hair of the dog that bit him.
  • A hair on the head is worth two on the brush.
  • A hair shirt does not always render those chaste who wear it.
  • A hair's breadth.
    de] Um ein Haar.
  • A hairy body, and arms stiff with bristles, give promise of a manly soul.
  • A hairy man's a geary man, but a hairy wife's a witch.
  • A hairy person is sexy.
  • A half burned peat is easily kindled.
  • A half truth is a whole lie.
    jiddish] A halber emes iz a gantser ligen.
  • A half-fool is a very wise man.
    jiddish] A halber nar iz a gantser khokhem.
  • A half-penny Cat may look to the King.
  • A hambre no hay mal pan.
  • A hammer breaks glass, but also forms steel.
  • A hammer does not work with iron.
  • A hand may first, and then a lip be kiss'd.
  • A hand with a sword is a dirty hand; a man with a gun is a coward man.
  • A hand-saw is a good thing, but not to shave with.
  • A handful of common sense is worth a bushel of learning.
  • A handful of good life is better than seven bushels of learning.
    fr]Mieux vaut plein poing de bonne vie que ne faict sept muys de clergie.
  • A handful of might is better than a sack full of right.
    de] Eine Handvoll Gewalt ist besser als ein Sackvoll Recht.
  • A handful of motherwit is worth a bushel of learning.
    es]Mas vale pu˝ado de natural que almozada de ciencia.
  • A handful of patience is worth more than a bushel of brains.
  • A handful of trade is worth a gowpen of gold.
  • A handful of trade, a handful of gold.
  • A handful.
    de] Ein schwieriges Kind.
  • A handfull of good life is better then a bushell of learning.
  • A handfull of patience is worth a bushel of brains.
  • A handout.
    de] Zuteilung (Essen, Geld).
  • A handsome appearance is an unspoken testimonial.
  • A handsome hostess is bad for the purse.
    es]HuÚspeda hermosa mal para la bolsa.
    fr]Belle h˘tesse c'est un mal pour la bourse.
    pt]Hospeda formosa damno faz ß bolsa.
  • A handsome husband is common property.
  • A handsome man is not quite poor.
    es]Bel hombre no es todo pobre.
  • A handsome shoe often pinches the foot.
    fr]Le beau soulier blesse souvent le pied.
  • A handsome woman is either silly or vain.
    es]La muger hermosa ˇ loca ˇ presuntuosa.
  • A hangman is a good trade, he doth his work by daylight.
  • A hantle cry Murder! and are aye upmost.
  • A happy childhood has spoiled many a promising life.
  • A happy childhood is poor preparation for human contacts.
  • A happy heart is better than a full purse.
    it]E meglio il cuor felice che la borsa.
  • A happy home is one in which each spouse grants the possibility that the other may be right, though neither believes it.
  • A happy life consists in tranquillity of mind.
  • A happy man is one who wants what he has. An unhappy man gets what he wants but never stops wanting.
  • A happy man is rarer than a white crow.
  • A happy man marries the girl he loves, but a happier man loves the girl he marries.
  • A happy mind is also a beautiful, universal mind.
  • A happy mommy and daddy, and an easy upbringing.
    jiddish] A freylekhe tate-mame, un a gringe hodevaniye.
  • A happy person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes.
  • A hard beginning maketh a good ending.
  • A hard bit does not make the horse better.
    dk]Haardt Bidsel gi÷r ikke Hesten bedre.
  • A hard blow.
    de] Ein schwerer Schlag.
  • A hard goad for a stubborn ass.
  • A hard knot requires a hard wedge.
  • A hard life but a healthy one.
  • A hard nut to crack.
  • A hardy homme courte espÚe
  • A hare is like an ass in the length of its ears, yet it is not its son.
  • A harlot is an instrument of shame.
  • A harmonia da sociedade, como da natureza, consiste e depende da variedade e antagonismo dos seus elementos e caracteres.
  • A harvest of peace is produced from a seed of contentment.
  • A hasty man drinks his tea with a fork.
  • A hasty man is never lusty.
  • A hasty man never wanted (o. wants) woe.
  • A hasty temper.
    de] Ein hitziges GemŘt.
  • A hat a sitzade Hose.
    i] Er bleibt gern lange hocken, wo er zum Sitzen kommt.
  • A hateful worm that crowis sideways.
  • A hatt is not made for one shower.
  • A hault monter ne gţt perfection.
  • A haulte montÚe le fais encombre.
  • A haute voix.
    en]Loudly; audibly.
  • A hawk kills because it is his nature; a man because it is his pleasure.
  • A hawk's marriage: the hen is the better bird.
    fr]Mariage d'Úpervier: la femelle vaut mieux que le mÔle.
  • A head is not to be cut off because it is scabby.
    dk]Man hugger ikke Hovedet af fordi det er skurvet.
  • A head like a sieve.
    de] Ein Gedńchtnis wie ein Sieb.
  • A head like a snake,
    A neck like a drake,
    A back like a beam,
    A belly like a bream,
    A foot like a cat,
    A tail like a rat.
  • A headless army fights badly.
    dk]Ilde strider hovedl÷s Haer.
  • A headstrong man and a fool may wear the same cap.
  • A healer of others, himself diseased.
  • A healthy body is better than a healthy bank account.
  • A healthy family is sacred territory.
  • A healthy male adult bore consumes each year one and a half times his own weight in other people's patience.
  • A healthy man is a successful man.
  • A healthy mind in a healthy body.
  • A healthy old fellow, who is not a fool, is the happiest creature living.
  • A healthy soul in a healthy body.
  • A heap of epithets is poor praise: the praise lies in the facts, and in the way of telling them.
  • A heart full of joy is better than a hand full of coins.
  • A heart in love with beauty never grows old.
  • A heart makes a good home for the friend.
  • A heart needs only its own voice to do what is right.
  • A heart that loves is always young.
  • A heart to resolve, a head to contrive, and a hand to execute.
  • A heart unspotted is not easily daunted.
    William Shakespeare, King Henry the Sixth, Part II (Gloucester at III, 1)
  • A heart without dreams is like a bird without feathers.
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