31 Italian Proverbs about HandAll Italian Proverbs | Proverbs about Hand
1. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
2. Between the hand and the mouth the soup is spilt.
3. By lamplight every country wench seems handsome.
4. Cap in hand never did any harm.
5. Handsome is not what is handsome, but what pleases.
6. Handsome women generally fall to the lot of ugly men.
7. He is a fool who boasts of four things: that he has good wine, a good horse, a handsome wife, and plenty of money.
8. He that would heal a wound must not handle it.
9. He who buys the broom can also buy the handle.
10. He who is meant to be a basket-carrier is born with the handle in his hand.
11. He who throws away money with his hands will seek it with his feet.
12. If you would have your work ill done, pay beforehand.
13. Love's merchandise is jealousy and broken faith.
14. Of judgment every one has a stock on hand for sale.
15. One bird in hand is better far Than two that in the bushes are.
16. Pay beforehand was never well served.
17. Rather hat in hand than hand in purse.
18. Stones or bread, one must have something in hand for the dogs.
19. The bucket goes so often to the well that it leaves its handle there.
20. The pitcher that goes often to the fountain leaves there either its handle or its spout.
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