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  • A hot nich m enn Rk und enn Gt.
    Schlesien
  • A hot og immer was zu broten (braten).
  • A hot potato.
  • A hot Protzen wie a Br.
    zit] Ihr wisst, Blzer hot Protzen, wie a Br, und iss a rechter ganzer Karle.
  • A hot rod.
  • A hot se finger(oder kribel-)dicke hinger a Ohren sitzen.
  • A hot sei Maul en allem Dreck.
  • A hot seine Schffe schun ie troige brucht.
    zit] Ich muss bei zeiten nur die Schaff ins Trockne bringen.
  • A hot sich a rsch orntlich b'rmt.
  • A ht sich ai a Boart g'schnta.
  • A hot sich aus Mutterleibe herausgelogen.
  • A hot temper leaps over a cold decree.
  • A hot viel Zeit und Weile.
    Schlesien
  • A ht's Abc om Puck'l fgeschmrt.
  • A hot's am Lebe (Leibe), a kons gn.
  • A hot's of d'r Schippe.
    i] Es geht zu Ende mit ihm oder seinem Geschft.
  • A hot-tempered person colloqial,.
  • A hots zu dem Og mit halben Uhren gehrt.
  • A hott a dicksta Dreck an a Bnen.
  • A hott d' Ke (Khe) oach nch baim Schwanze.
  • A hotte bem Blutte nischte zu tun do.
  • A hound's food is in its legs.
  • A houndless man comes to the best hunting.
  • A house built by a man's father, and a vineyard planted by his grandfather.
  • A house built by the wayside is either too high or too low.
  • A house can be decorated, but a daughter cannot be dressed up.
  • A house divided against itself cannot stand.
    New Testament, Mark 3:25
  • A house filled with guests is eaten up and ill spoken of.
  • A house full of daughters is a cellar full of sour beer.
  • A house is not a home.
  • A house of cards.
  • A house ready built and a vineyard ready planted.
  • A house ready made and a wife to make.
  • A house ready made, but a wife to make.
  • A house well furnished makes a good housewife.
  • A house with children is like a marketplace, and a house without children is like a graveyard.
  • A house without a dog or a cat is the house of a scoundrel.
  • A hoy, lo veo, en maana, poco creo.
  • A huckster who cannot pass off mouseturd for pepper, has not learned his trade.
  • A hue and cry.
  • A Huete, mralo y vete.
  • A huevo.
  • A huge loss.
  • A Huhn, wus krht; a Goj (Nichtjude) wus jdisch redt; a Jden (Jdin), wus lernt Thojre (Bibel studiert), is nit kein gte Sechojre (Ware).
    Jdisch-deutsch
  • A huis clos.
  • A humble-bee (or beetle) in dung thinks himself a king.
  • A humildade fundamento da verdade.
  • A Hund schickt a Hund; a Ruw (Rabbiner) schickt a Ruw.
    Jdisch-deutsch
  • A Hund, das ne bellt, on a alt Weib, wos ne schempft, die senn olle bede nisch netze (ntze).
  • A hundred bakers, a hundred millers, and a hundred tailors (o. weavers) are three hundred thieves.
  • A hundred bakers, a hundred millers, and a hundred tailors are three hundred thieves.
  • A hundred pounds of sorrow pays not one ounce of debt.
  • A hundred tailors, a hundred millers, and a hundred weavers, are three hundred thieves.
  • A hundred tailors, a hundred weavers, and a hundred millers, make three hundred thieves.
  • A hundred times nothing killed the donkey.
  • A hundred waggonsful of sorrow will not pay a handful of debt.
  • A hundred years a banner, a hundred years a barrow.
  • A hundred years cannot repair a moment's loss of honour.
  • A hundred years hence we shall all be bald.
  • A hundred years is not much, but never is a long while.
  • A hundred years of fretting will not pay a halfpenny of debt.
  • A hundred years of regret pay not a farthing of debt.
  • A hundred years of wrong do not make an hour of right.
  • A hundred/million/thousand and one.
  • A hungry ass eats any straw.
  • A hungry belly has no ears.
  • A hungry belly has no ears.
    var] A hungry belly hates a sermon.
    var] A hungry belly hears nobody.
    var] A hungry belly listens to no one.
  • A hungry belly hears nobody.
  • A hungry belly listens to no one.
  • A hungry clown is half mad.
  • A hungry dog and a thirsty horse take no heed of blows.
  • A hungry dog does not fear the stick.
  • A hungry dog is not afraid of a cudgelling.
  • A hungry dog will not cry, if you beat him with a bone.
  • A hungry horse maketh a clean manger.
  • A hungry kite sees a dead horse afar off.
  • A hungry man discovers more than a hundred lawyers.
  • A hungry man is an angry man.
  • A hungry man is an angry man.
    fr] L'homme affam n'est pas un homme libre.
  • A hungry man knows no mercy nor a child time.
  • A hungry man smells meat afar off.
  • A hungry man, an angry man.
  • A hungry stomach (o. belly) has no ears.
  • A hungry stomach makes a short prayer.
  • A hungry wolf is not at rest.
  • A Huntingdon sturgeon (a donkey).
  • A hurn cansado, madriguera nueva.
  • A husband with one eye rather than with a (o. one) son.
  • A husband with one eye rather than with a son.
  • A i cani e cavalli magri vanno addosso le mosche.
  • A i curiosi li nasce a tigna.
  • A i donni di Cuzz, si dici di no po li si d.
  • A i muitinchi e panche, i curtinesi e carreche.
  • A i sumeri calzi di seta li mucanu i pedi.
  • A i troppu astuti (bravi) li scappanu e braghe.
    var] A i troppu astuti, li scappani i braghi.
  • A i vechji sdinticati li cola a bavacciula.
  • A idade no espera.
  • A idos de mi casa, y a qu queris con mi mujer?, no hay qu responder.
  • A ieds Mandl hat sein Brandl.
  • A ies a aalde Hhner-Fresser.
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