Proverbs/Idioms Listमुहावरे/लोकोक्तियाँ

  1. Hair breadth
  2. Hair to stand on end
  3. Half a loaf is better than no bread
  4. Half a mouthful for a starving man
  5. Hand to hand fight
  6. Hands to be full
  7. Handsome is that handsome does
  8. Hang up one's fiddle when one comes home
  9. Hard times
  10. Hard-earned money
  11. Harm set, harm get
  12. Haste makes waste
  13. Have a large mouth but a small girdle
  14. Have tables turned on one
  15. Have the tables turned on oneself
  16. Have the wits gone a wool-gathering
  17. Having a disgusting lot
  18. Having a grouse
  19. Having absolutely no effect
  20. Having charm in eyes
  21. Having money in plenty but stingy in spending
  22. He breaks his head and then buys a plaster
  23. He gives thrice who gives in a trice
  24. He has caught a tartar
  25. He is of no account
  26. He laughas best who laughs last
  27. He must have iron nails that scratches a bear
  28. He that blows in the dust fills his own eyes
  29. He that is without sin among you let him cast the first stone
  30. He that plants thorns must never expect to gather roses
  31. He that travels for knows a lot
  32. He who blows in the dust fills his own eyes
  33. He who can, does he who cannot, teaches
  34. He who digs a pit for others himself fails into it
  35. He who hunts two hares leaves one and loses the other
  36. He who laughs on friday will weep on sunday
  37. He who lives in hope dances to an ill tune
  38. He who pays the piper calls the tune
  39. He who sows well reaps well
  40. He who would catch fish must not mind getting wet
  41. He who would eat the fruit must climb the tree
  42. He who would eat the kernel must crack thenut
  43. He who would eat the nut must first crack the shell
  44. Heads 1 win and tails you lose
  45. Heads i win and tails you lose
  46. Heal-all, panacea
  47. Hearsay
  48. Heart pierced like a sieve
  49. Heavens to fall
  50. Hedges have eyes
  51. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned
  52. Here goes, sink or swim
  53. High sounding without, hollow within
  54. High winds blow up high hills
  55. Hireling
  56. His bark is wors than his bite
  57. His bark is worse than his bite
  58. His countenance fell
  59. His face fell
  60. Hobson's choice
  61. Hog in armour
  62. Hoist with one's own petard
  63. Holding the baby, holding the bag
  64. Honey in the mouth saves the purse
  65. Honey is not made for the ass's mouth (persuasion will not persuade fools)
  66. Honey is not made for the mouth of an ass
  67. Honey tongue and heart of gail
  68. Honour comes to dust
  69. Honour to be restored
  70. Hope deferred makes the heart sick
  71. Hope sustains life
  72. Hopes having dashed to the ground
  73. Hopes to be shattered
  74. Hot liver
  75. Hotch-potch of heterogeneous elements
  76. How can he have the means...
  77. How can the cat help if the maid be a fool
  78. How splendid!
  79. However bad the evil which has fallen you, a worse is still conceivable
  80. Hpe sustains life
  81. Hunger drives the wolf out of the wood
  82. Hunger si the best sauce
  83. Hungry dogs will eat dirty pudding
  84. Hurry spoils curry
  85. Hypocricy is the homage which vice renders to virtue
  86. Hypocrite
English to Hindi Dictionary

रफ़्तार पर उपलब्ध कराये जा रहे मुहावरे सेवा के जरिए आप मुहावरे एवं लोकोक्तियां खोज सकते हैं। अंग्रेजी एवं हिंदी दोनो ही भाषाओं में अक्षरों से अनुसार उपलब्ध कराये जा रहे मुहावरों में से आप अपनी मुहावरों से संबंधित खोज का पूरा कर सकते हैं।
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