He may well be contented who needs neither borrow nor flatter.
He promiseth like a merchant, and pays like a man of war.
He Said where are you going grape, She sighed : I am staying on the couch.
He that blowes in the dust fills his eyes.
He that can have patience can have what he will.
He that chastiseth one amendeth many.
He that contemplates hath a day without a night.
He that converseth not with men knoweth nothing.
He that doth well wearieth not himself.
He that doth what he will, oft doth not what he ought.
He that eats the Kings goose shall be choked with the feathers.
He that endureth is not overcome.
He that goes a-borrowing, goes a-sorrowing.
He that goeth out with often loss.
He that gropes in the dark finds that he would not.
He that hath a body made of glass must not throw stones at another.
He that hath a fellow-ruler hath an over-ruler.
He that hath a good harvest may be content with some thistles.
He that hath a head of wax, must not walk in the Sun.
He that hath lost his credit is dead to the world.
He that hath money in his purse cannot want a head for his shoulders.
He that hath nothing is not contented.
He that hath wife and children wants not business.
He that is Angry is seldome at ease.
He that is suffer'd to do more then is fitting will do more then is lawful.
He that is thrown would ever wrestle.
He that labours and thrives spins gold.
He that leadeth a clean, pure, simple life shall dwell long in the land; his flesh shall retain its freshness of youth.
He that lets his horse drink at every lake,
He that lets his wife go to every feast, and his horse drink at every water, shall neither have good wife nor good horse.
He that likes honey from thorns pays too dear for it.
fr] Trop achepte le miel qui sur espines le leche.
He that lives in hope danceth without a minstrel.
He that lives not well one year, sorrows for it seven.
He that liveth wickedly can hardly die honestly.
He that makes a good war, makes a good peace.
He that makes his bed ill lies there.
He that mischief hatches, mischief catches.
He that pitieth another remembreth himself.
He that runs in the night stumbles.
He that sings on I ryday shall weep on Sunday.
He that speaks doth sow, he that holds his peace doth reap.
He that speaks me fair and loves me not, I'll speak him fair and trust him not.
He that strikes with his tongue, must ward with his head.
He that takes not up a pin sleights his wife.
He that waits on another mans trencher, makes many a late dinner.
He that will deceive the Fox must rise betimes.
He that will enter into Paradise must have a good key.
He that will not be counsell'd cannot be help't.
He that will not be saved needs no preacher.
He was hang'd that left his drink behind.
He who but once a good name gets,
He who can does, he who cannot, teaches.
He who can, does; he who cannot, teaches.
He who dares wins.
He who dies of threats, must be rung to Church by farts.
He who digs a pit for others, falls in himself.
He who falleth for the love of God shall reap great reward, and his expectations shall not come to naught.
He who fights and runs away, may live to fight another day.
He who got out of his home lessened his value.
He who has health has hope; and he who has hope, has everything.
He who hath but one hog makes him fat, and he who hath but one son makes him a fool.
He who hath much pease may put the more in the pot.
He who hath no ill fortune is cloy'd with good.
He who hesitates is lost.
He Who Laughs Last Laughs Best.
He who laughs last laughs hardest.
He who laughs last laughs longest.
He who laughs last laughs loudest.
He who lies long in bed his estate feels it.
He who lives by the sword shall die by the sword.
He who marrieth for wealth doth sell his liberty.
He who pays the piper calls the tune.
He who peeps at the neighbor's window may chance to lose his eyes.
He who plants thorns must never expect to gather roses.
He who seeketh trouble never misseth it.
He who serves well, needs not be afraid to ask his wages.
He who smelt it dealt it.
He who speaks about the future lies, even when he tells the truth.
He who studies his faults and pays little attention to his virtues is a wise man.
He who sups with the Devil should have a long spoon.
He who was left by the bald is taken by the hairy. (Not the comb).
He who would have a hare to breakfast must hunt over night.
He whose ace gets cut on, gets his underpants off. When you cut, cut high. The Third Hand is the highest hand.
He will give the Devil his due.
He Would Put Legs Under A Chicken.
He wrongs not an old man, who steals his supper from him.
Head (Go) South.
Head and Shoulders Above.
Head and Shoulders.
Head over heels.
Head start on (something).
en] To start something early.
Heads Will Roll (Are Going to Roll).
Health is wealth.
Healthcare versus Health Care.
en] Confusing Words
Hear (something) through the grapevine.
en] Learn through rumor.
Hear a matter before judging, for he who answereth a thing before he heareth it, it is a folly and shame to him.
Hear all, see all, say nowt, tak' all, keep all, gie nowt, and if tha ever does owt for nowt do it for thysen.