Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Info about. for or on resources for Italian proverbi / proverbs (sayings) with English translations


Here are some links about, for or on resources for Italian proverbi / proverbs (sayings) with English translations:


  • Italian phrases, words, mottos, and quotes in heraldry, art, and popular use" – "The Italian language is derived from the language of the Ancient Romans. Although Latin can never be surpassed as the language of wisdom, brevity and gravitas, Italian has its own charm and beauty. Italian quotes are often used in art and music. There are also many popular proverbs that are known in their vernacular versions used by the people who now occupy the Appenines. In some cases, the phrases below are given in their regional dialects. Please be sure to check any quote using multiple sources if you plan to use them for tattoos or otherwise displayed mottos!"  – "" – Source: In Rebus – ""
  • Italian Phrases – "Italian phrases, words, mottos, and quotes in heraldry, art, and popular use (with translations)" – Source: Found under the "Links, friends, sponsors, secondary pages" in the Italian phrases, words and sayings section within the In Rebus – "Latin language and its vicinities. Latin quotes, sayings, aphorisms, book reviews, Latin motto generator, ideas for personalized engravings." 
  • Italian Proverbs – " The Italian language is as much a delight to learn as is the country's culture and cuisine. Go through these proverbs and sayings to get better acquainted with the mellifluous Italian language." – "About Buzzle" – Source: Buzzle™ – "Topics" – "Browse the topics list below to find interesting content on various subjects. The A to Z list will help you locate topics that interest you. Each topic page has a collection of all the articles published on the subject on along with a list of related topics"
  • Italian Proverbs in Italian and English – "The Italian proverbs below are furnished with quite literal renderings, and at times with English equivalents. Now and then a "stray saying" is found too, like "Benché la volpe corra, i pallottoli hanno le ale. "Though the fox runs, the bullets have wings." The very few exploring sayings of such a kind are marked off to separate them from the Italian proverbs - there are about 320 of them. - TK" – by Tormod Kinnes, MPhil – "About" – Source: The Gold Scales – "" – In English, German, Norwegian
  • Italian Wall Quotes and Decals – "Create an interesting décor for your home or business through our Italian wall decals. Italian lifestyle equates to a rich culture of romance, great food and close-knit family and friends. Aside from the richness of culture, Italian quotes, sayings and proverbs are so popular around the world since the language can convey strong and complex emotions like no other making it one of the many romance languages widely spoken in Europe." – Source: wisedecor – "Decorative Wall Lettering to Personalize Your World" – "Personalize your decor instantly with your favorite wall letters, words, quotes & decals" 
  • TUTORINO (PROVERBS) – "" – "" – Source: – "Learn Italian in Toronto, Private Lessons, Tutors, Tutoring, One-on-one or Semi-private Learning"
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That's it for Wednesday, 21 October 2015: mercoledi, 21 otttobre 2015

Ciao, Ben

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"Dove l’oro parla, ogni lingua tace."
"Where gold speaks, every tongue is silent."

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