“Never swap horses while crossing a stream.”

“Never trouble trouble, till trouble troubles you.”


“No bees no honey; no work no money.”


“No man is a good doctor who has never been sick himself.”


“No man will be respected by others, who is despised by his own relatives.”


“None preaches better than the ant, and she says nothing.”


“None thank their parents until they have a child of their own.”


“Not he who has little, but he who wishes more, is poor.”


“Oaks may fall when reeds stand the storm.”


“Occupation is the best antidote to vice.”


“Of the thirty-six best ways to fight, the best is to flee.”


“Old men for wisdom, young men for war.”


“Old wood is best to burn, old horse best to ride, old wine best to drink, old authors best to read, and old friends best to trust.”


“On the day of victory, no fatigue is felt.”


“Once uttered, words run faster than horses.”


“One catches more flies with a spoonful of honey than with twenty casks of vinegar.”


“One kind word can warm three winter months.”


“One lie leads to many.”


“One moment of patience may ward off great disaster; one moment of impatience may ruin a whole life.”


“One reason why a dog is such a lovable creature is that its tail wags instead of its tongue.”


“One should know a horse by its speed, an ox by its burden, a cow by its milk, and a wise man by his speech.”


“One swallow does not make a summer.”

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