Wise Sayings: Letter H

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    Wise Sayings


    Help you to salt, help you to sorrow.

    Source: French
    Help yourself, and God will help you.

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

    Source: Latin
    Here today, gone tomorrow.
    Source: American Proverb
    Herod and Pilate are good friends!

    Source: German
    Heroism consists of hanging on one minute longer.

    Source: Norwegian
    Heroism consists of hanging on one minute longer.
    Category: Courage and fear Source: Norwegian
    Hidden valour is as bad as cowardice.

    Source: Latin
    Hide not the truth from your confessor, your doctor, or your lawyer.

    Source: Italian
    Hide not your light under a bushel.

    Source: German
    High birth is a poor dish on the table.

    Source: Italian
    High houses are mostly empty in the upper story.

    Source: German
    High regions are never without storms.

    Source: German
    Him who errs, forgive once, but never twice.

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

    Source: Latin
    His bark is worse than his bite.
    Author: George Herbert
    His brains hang at the top of his fez.

    Source: Lebanese
    His bread fell into the honey.

    Source: Spanish
    His courage oozed out at his fingers' ends.

    Source: Spanish
    His eyes are like two burnt holes in a blanket.

    Source: Irish
    His face would hang him.

    Source: Irish
    His fore feet though you sever, his grip he'll make good.

    Source: English Proverb
    His heart fell down to his heels.

    Source: Latin
    His hens lay eggs with two yolks.

    Source: German
    His horse's head is too big, it cannot get out of the stable.

    Source: French
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