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1. Habit cures habit.
2. Habit is second nature.
3. Hair of the dog that bit you.
4. Half a tale is enough for a wise man.
5. Half a loaf is better then no bread.
6. Half the world knows not how the other half lives.
7. Hang up one's fiddle when one comes home.
8. Hang up one's hat in another's house.
9. Happiness consists in contentment.
10. Happiness takes no account of time.
11. Handsome is as handsome does.
12. Happy is he that is happy in childhood.
13. Happy is he that is happy in his children.
14. Happy is he who knows his follies in his youth.
15. Happy is he who owes nothing.
16. Happy is the man that owes nothing.
17. Hard got, soon gone.
18. Hardships never come alone.
19. Hard words break no bones, fine words butter no parsnips.
20. Hares may pull dead lions by the beard.
21. Harm set, harm get.
22. Harm watch, harm catch.
23. Haste makes waste.
24. Hasty climbers have sudden falls.
25. Hasty love is soon hot and soon cold.
26. Hasty love, soon cold.
27. Hatred is blind as well as love.
28. Have but few friends though many acquaintances.
29. Hawks will not pick hawks' eyes out.
30. He alone is happy who commands his passions.
31. He alone is poor who does not possess knowledge.
32. Health and cheerfulness mutually beget each other.
33. Health and understanding are the two great blessing of life.
34. Health does not consist with intemperance.
35. Health is above wealth.
36. Health is better than wealth.
37. Health is happiness.
38. Health is not valued till sickness comes.
39. Heaven helps those who help themselves.
40. Heaven's vengeance is slow but sure.
41. He bears misery best who hides it most.
42. He can who believe he can.
43. He dances well to whom fortune pipes.
44. He deserves not the sweet that will not taste the sour.
45. Hedges have eyes, and walls have ears.
46. He dies like a beast who has done no good while he lived.
47. He gives twice that gives in a trice.
48. He has hit the nail on the head.
49. He is a fool who cannot be angry, but he is a wise man who will not.
50. He is a good friend that speaks well of us behind our backs.
51. He is a good man whom fortune makes better.
52. He is a wise man who speaks little.
53. He is lifeless that is faultless.
54. He is never alone that is in the company of noble thoughts.
55. He is noble who feels and acts nobly.
56. He is not a wise man who cannot play the fool on occasion.
57. He is not fit to command others that cannot command himself.
58. He is poor but has a noble mind.
59. He is rich enough who has true friends.
60. He is rich enough who owes nothing.
61. He is the wise man who is the honest man.
62. He is the wisest man who does not think himself so.
63. He is truly happy who makes others happy.
64. He is unfortunate who cannot bear misfortune.
65. He is unworthy to live who lives only for himself.
66. He is wise that hath wit enough for his own affairs.
67. He is wise that is honest.
68. He is wise that knows when he's well enough.
69. He jests at scars, that never felt a wound.
70. He knocks boldly at the door who brings good news.
71. He knows best what good is that has endured evil.
72. He knows enough that can live and hold his peace.
73. He knows most who speaks least.
74. He knows much who knows how to hold his tongue.
75. He laughs best who laughs last.
76. He lives long that lives well.
77. He lives twice who lives well.
78. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
79. He may well be contented who need neither borrow nor flatter.
80. He most lives who lives most for others.
81. He must needs go whom the devil drives.
82. He must needs swim that is held up by the chin.
83. Help a lame dog over a stile.
84. He preaches best who lives best.
85. He that boasts of his own knowledge proclaims ignorance.
86. He that cannot ask cannot live.
87. He that climbs high falls heavily.
88. He that commits a fault thinks everyone speaks of it.
89. He that converses not knows nothing.
90. He that deceives me once, shame fall him, if he deceives me twice, shame fall me.
91. He that doth lend, doth lose his friend.
92. He that doth most at once doth least.
93. He that doth what he will doth not what he ought.
94. He that falls today may be up again tomorrow.
95. He that fears death lives not.
96. He that fears every bush must never go a-birding.
97. He that fears you present, will hate you absent.
98. He that gains time gains all things.
99. He that gains well and spends well needs no account book.
100. He that goes to bed thirsty rises healthy.
101. He that has a full purse never wants a friend.
102. He that has a great nose thinks everybody is speaking of it.
103. He that has a tongue in his head may find his way anywhere.
104. He that has a wife has a master.
105. He that has no children knows not what is love.
106. He that hath time hath life.
107. He that is angry is seldom at ease.
108. He that is full of himself is very empty.
109. He that is ill to himself will be good to nobody.
110. He that is master must serve.
111. He that is master of himself will soon be master of others.
112. He that knows not how to hold his tongue knows not how to talk.
113. He that knows nothing, doubts nothing.
114. He that lies down with dogs must rise up with fleas.
115. He that lives long suffers much.
116. He that lives well is learned enough.
117. He that living wickedly can hardly die honestly.
118. He that marries for wealth sells his liberty.
119. He that never climbed never fell.
120. He that never rode never fell.
121. He that nothing questions nothing learns.
122. He that once deceived is never suspected.
123. He that returns good for evil obtains the victory.
124. He that runs fastest gets the ring.
125. He that runs in the dark may well stumble.
126. He that serves God for money will serve the devil for better wages.
127. He that spares the bad injures the good.
128. He that stays in the valley shall never get over the hill.
129. He that sups with the devil must have a long spoon.
130. He that talks much errs much.
131. He that talks much lies much.
132. He that touches pitch shall be defiled.
133. He that travels far knows much.
134. He that trusts in a lie shall perish in truth.
135. He that walks with wise men should be wise.
136. He that wants to hang a dog is sure to find a rope.
137. He that will eat the nut must first crack the shell.
138. He that will have his farm full, must keep an old cock and a young bull.
139. He that will lie will steal.
140. He that will not work shall not eat.
141. He that will steal an egg will steal an ox.
142. He that will swear will lie.
143. He that will take the bird must not scare it.
144. He that will thrive must rise at five.
145. He that would command must serve.
146. He that would eat the fruit must climb the tree.
147. He that would have eggs must endure the cackling of hens.
148. He that would know what shall be must consider what has been.
149. He that would live in peace and rest must hear and see, and say the best.
150. He that would the daughter win, must with the mother first begin.
151. He travels the fastest who travels alone.
152. He warms too near that burns.
153. He who avoids temptation avoids the sin.
154. He who blames one to his face is a hero, but he who backbites is a coward.
155. He who buys what he does not need will often need what he cannot buy.
156. He who cannot hold his peace will never live at ease.
157. He who can suppress a moment's anger may prevent a day of sorrow.
158. He who denies all confesses all.
159. He who despises small things seldom grows rich.
160. He who does no good, does evil enough.
161. He who does not advance falls backward.
162. He who does not gain loses.
163. He who does not honor his wife, dishonors himself.
164. He who does not rise early never does a good day's work.
165. He who fears being conquered is sure of defeat.
166. He who fears to suffer, suffers from fear.
167. He who follows two hares is sure to catch neither.
168. He who gives fair words feeds you with an empty spoon.
169. He who handles a nettle tenderly is soonest stung.
170. He who has a mind to beat his dog will easily find his stick.
171. He who has done ill once will do it again.
172. He who has health, has hope, and he who has hope, everything.
173. He who has hope has everything.
174. He who has lost his good name is a dead man among the living.
175. He who has lost shame is lost to all virtue.
176. He who has no shame has no conscience.
177. He who has not tasted bitter knows not what sweet is.
178. He who hesitates is lost.
179. He who imagines that he has knowledge enough has none.
180. He who is afraid of asking is ashamed of learning.
181. He who is ashamed of asking is ashamed of learning.
182. He who is born a fool is never cured.
183. He who knows most speaks least.
184. He who laughs last laughs longest.
185. He who laughs at crooked men should need walk very straight.
186. He who likes borrowing dislikes paying.
187. He who lives by hope will die by hunger.
188. He who lives by the sword shall die by the sword.
189. He who lives in glass house should not throw stones.
190. He who makes constant complaint gets little compassion.
191. He who makes himself a dove is eaten by the hawk.
192. He who makes no mistakes makes nothing.
193. He who never was sick dies the first.
194. He who overcomes his anger subdues his greatest enemy.
195. He who plays with fire gets burned.
196. He who pleased everybody died before he was