Home > Proverbs > Proverb Origin > Portuguese > He who tells a tale adds another period.
He who tells a tale adds another period.
The old saints are forgotten in the new.
Every one speaks as he is.
A busy mother makes slothful daughters.
Beware of a door that has many keys.
Trust not a horse’s heels.
The worst pig eats the best acorn.
From evil, the less.
Two eyes see more than one.
You will not see many with green eyes.
No word is ill spoken, that is not ill taken.
Better be killed by robbers than by the kick of an ass.
It’s best to prevent than to have to remedy.
Whatever capacities there may be for enjoyment or for suffering in this
The message of Vietnam is not that Americans will not take casualties;
I’m open to anyone who can or has demonstrated that they can
Nothing ain’t worth nothing but it’s free.
Ships at a distance have every man’s wish on board. For some
When we understand that we are a human race, what affects you
Our souls, shamewounded by our sins, cling to us yet more, a
My focus and that of all members of the government responsible