Wise Sayings: Letter H


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    Wise Sayings


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    He that has no money in his purse, should have fair words on his lips.

    Source: Danish
    He that has no money might as well be buried in a rice tub with his mouth sewn up.

    Category: Wisdom Source: Chinese
    He that has no silver in his purse, should have silver on his tongue.
    Category: Wisdom Source: Chinese
    He that has not bread to spare should not keep a dog.
    Category: Wisdom
    He that has not money in his purse should have honey in his mouth.

    Source: French
    He that has swallowed the devil may swallow his horns.

    Source: Italian
    He that has the devil on his neck must find him work.

    Source: Dutch
    He that has the luck leads the bride to church.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hath a head of butter must not come near the oven.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hath a wife is sure of strife.

    Source: French
    He that hath an ill name is half hanged.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hath been bitten by a serpent is afraid of a rope.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hath many irons in the fire, some of them will cool.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hath no honey in his pot, let him have it in his mouth.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hears much and speaks not at all Shall be welcome both in bower and hall."

    Source: Dutch
    He that hears much, hears many lies.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hides can find.

    Source: French
    He that hides is no better than he that steals.

    Source: Danish
    He that hires one garden eats birds; he that hires more than one will be eaten by the birds.

    Source: Danish
    He that holds is no better than he that scourges.

    Source: Danish
    He that holds the handle of a frying-pan runs the risk of burning himself.

    Source: French
    He that hunts others, must run himself.

    Source: German
    He that hunts two hares will catch neither.

    Source: French
    He that inquires much, learns much.

    Source: Danish
    He that is afraid of the devil does not grow rich.

    Source: Italian
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