World Of Quotes

Quotes, Sayings, and Proverbs
 Italian Proverbs, Quotes, Quotations, and Sayings
1,463 Italian Proverbs

Fire drives the wasp out of its nest.

Fire is not quenched with fire.

Flies don't light on a boiling pot.

Flies flock to the lean horse.

For a wife and a horse go to your neighbour.

For an honest man half his wits are enough; the whole is too little for a knave.

For extreme ills extreme remedies.

For the buyer a hundred eyes are too few, for the seller one is enough.

For the flying enemy a golden bridge.

Forbidden fruit is sweetest.

Fortune comes to him who strives for it.

Fortune helps fools.

Fortune, and go to sleep.

Fortunes, heaven-born gifts.

Friar Modest never was a prior.

Friends in need are friends indeed.

Friends may meet, but mountains never greet.

Friends tie their purses with a spider's web.

Friendship should be unpicked, not rent.

Friendships are cheap when they can be brought by doffing the hat.

Frightened at bugbears.

From a bad paymaster take straw--i.e. any trifle.

From saying to doing is a long way.

From shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations.

From snow whether cooked or pounded you will get nothing but water.