• DICTUM
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  • A kick from a mare never hurt a horse.
    fr] Jamais coup de pied de jument ne fit mal à un cheval.
  • A kind word can attract even the snake from his nest.
  • A kind word is better than charity.
    jiddish] A guter vort iz karanter vi a nedoveh.
  • A kind word is like a Spring day.
  • A kind word is never lost.
  • A kind word never broke any body's mouth.
  • A kindly aver will never make a good horse.
  • A kindly word cools anger.
  • A kindness bestowed on the good is never thrown away.
  • A kindness spontaneously offered to him who needs it, is doubly gratifying.
    Publilius Syrus
  • A king is like a lake, you can't dispense him, otherwise, you risk drowning.
  • A king of shreds and patches.
  • A king or a slave.
  • A king who doesn't tolerate comments about his mouth shouldn't eat in public.
  • A king without learning is but a crowned ass.
  • A king's castle is his home.
  • A king's chaff is worth more than other men's corn.
  • A king's face should give (o. show) grace.
  • A king's favour is no inheritance.
  • A king's son is no nobler than his company.
  • A king, a master, a parent, a judge, may fail to frighten us; but sickness coming brings with it successful reproof.
  • A kingdom is lost for want of a shoe.
  • A kinsman in trouble has to be saved, not blamed.
  • A kinsman, a friend, or whom you intreate, take not to serve you, if you will be served neately.
  • A kiss and a drink of water make but a wersh breakfast.
  • A kiss is the morning dew which stand up.
  • A kiss makes the heart young again and wipes out the years.
  • A kiss on one cheek makes her blush both cheeks.
  • A kiss to a young girl, faith to a married woman, hope to an old maid, charity.
  • A kiss to Mother Earth for carrying me all these years.
  • A kiss without a beard is like an egg without salt.
  • A kiss without a hug is like a flower without the fragrance.
  • A kiss, is the physical transgression of the mental connection which has already taken place.
  • A kitchen dog never was good for the chase.
    it] Cane di cucina non fu mai buon per la caccia.
  • A kitchen knife cannot carve its own handle.
  • A kitchen-dog is never a good rabbit-hunter.
    es] Perro alcucero nunca buen conejero.
  • A knavish speech sleeps in a foolish ear.
  • A knife does not recognize its owner.
  • A knife wound heals; a wound caused by words does not.
  • A knight in shining armour.
    de] Märchenprinz.
  • A knip in der bak un die farb zoll stehen.
  • A knotty piece of timber must have smooth wedges.
  • A known mistake is better than an unknown truth.
  • A kola nut is small, but it is more important that it goes round to each person and not that it fills the stomach.
  • A kraal is built around a chief's voice.
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