Fear (076-100)

Let him who fears the frost plant no vineyards.
— Serbo-Croatian

Let me get over the lake, and I have no fear of the brook.
— Dutch

Let not him that fears feathers come among wild fowl.
— English

Love is full of busy fear.
— English

Love drives out fear.
— Czech

Love and fear cannot be hidden.
— Russian

Love, thieves, and fear make ghosts.
— German

Many a one threatens, while he quakes for fear.
— German

Men fear death just as children fear the dark.
— English

Mice cease to fear the cat when she is too old.
— Burmese

One speaks badly of the absent
but fears the present.
— Nigerian

Pure gold does not fear the furnace.
— Chinese

Riches bring oft harm and ever fear.
— English

Seeing the case of another is enough to cause fear.
— African (Hausa)

Shame induces us to fear sin.
— Hebrew

Ships fear fire more than water.
— English

Sleep is the remedy for many fears.
— African (Hausa)

The job fears the craftsman.
— Russian

The old fox does not fear the trap.
— Turkish

The goat dwells among men for fear of the leopard.
— African (Jabo)

The wild grass fears the frost, and the frost fears the sun.
— Chinese

The greater the fear, the nearer the danger.
— Danish

The innocent fears no accusation.
— Filipino

The naked don't fear robbery.
— Russian

The prince that is feared of many
must of necessity fear many.
— English

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