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    He'd skin a louse, and send the hide and fat to market.

    Source: Latin
    He, who denies his faults, makes no atonement for them.

    Source: Latin
    He, who neglects the little, loses the greater.

    Source: Latin
    He, who shareth honey with the bear, hath the least part of it.

    Source: Latin
    Hear all, say nothing.

    Source: Latin
    Hear all, see all, say nowt, tak' all, keep all, gie nowt, and if tha ever does owt for nowt do it for thysen.

    Source: Latin
    Hear both sides of a question.

    Source: Latin
    Hear, see, and be silent.

    Source: Latin
    Hearing he hears not. He is deaf to entreaty. [Aliter., To feign deafness.]

    Source: Latin
    Help by actions, not by words.

    Source: Latin
    Help him who is willing to work, not him who shrinks from it.

    Source: Latin
    Hercules himself could not cope with two assailants.

    Source: Latin
    Hidden valour is as bad as cowardice.

    Source: Latin
    Him whom Jove would destroy he first deprives of his reason. [Arrogant, insolent, and vainglorious people work out their own ruin.]

    Source: Latin
    His heart fell down to his heels.

    Source: Latin
    His illness is more mental than bodily.

    Source: Latin
    His presents conceal a baited hook.

    Source: Latin
    His tongue says little, but powerful is his right arm.

    Source: Latin
    His wit got wings and would have flown, But poverty still kept him down.

    Source: Latin
    History repeats itself.

    Source: Latin
    Hitherto I gave you credit for having horns. [I gave you credit for not being wanting in courage.]

    Source: Latin
    Holyday time will not last forever.

    Source: Latin
    Home is home though it's never so homely.

    Source: Latin
    Home is home, as the Devil said when he found himself in the Court of Session.

    Source: Latin
    Home is home, be it ever so humble.

    Source: Latin
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