A thousand regrets do not cancel one debt.
A building without foundation is soon demolished.
A hungry bear won't play around.
A man without grief is not a man.
A thousand years hence the river will run as it did.
A camel for a dime, a camel for a thousand dimes. ( Used to show the irony when a person could not afford something even when it is very cheap, but can later afford it when it is thousand times more expensive.)
A hungry dog will bring a lion down.
A pear will fall to its root. (Children take after their parents.)
A thread-bare coat is armor proof against highwaymen.
A chicken won't be grudged to a place a goose will come from.
A hungry hen sees herself in a wheat silo.
A person does not seek luck; luck seeks the person
A tongue has no bones but it can break.
A cup of coffee commits one to forty years of friendship. (Used to remind that friendships should not be taken lightly and that one should have a long term commitment.)
A hungry man thinks he won't be satiated, a thirsty man thinks he won't be quenched.
A prudent man will read the letter from back to front.
A tribulation is better than a hundred warnings. (Used to make a point that one learns better from their mistakes or misfortunes rather than the advice of others.)
A defeated wrestler never tires of wrestling again. (Meaning: A defeated person always asks for second chances.)
A hungry stomach has no ears.
A red apple invites stones.
If you speak the truth, have one foot in the stirrup.
Your neighbor’s right is God’s right.