|Compare Cicero (106–43 B.C.): “cibi condimentum essefamem [hunger is the |
spice of food].” Variant of this proverb: hunger is the best pickle. hungry bellies
have no ears See A HUNGRY STOMACH HAS NO EARS. a hungry man is an
Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder - 1992 - 710 pages
|A hungry man sees far. Rec. dist.: Ont. 1st cit.: 1678Ray, English Proverbs. 20c. |
coll.: Stevenson 1200: 14. 4. A hungry nigger makes a clean dish. Rec. dist.: Miss
., N.Y., S.C. 5. A hungry stomach has no ears. Var.: Hungry bellies have no ears.
|X. * The lie)//.] Vrstemacb affami. A hungry Stomach has no Ears, laid C*u the |
Censor, in one of his Speeches to the Reman People. See hit Life in JPlularcb.
The The Son having sent his Father a Messenger to know Chap. LXIIT. WORKS.
|J&ungrr, ber, Hunger, Appetite, Sto- tnach- J&unger haben, to be hungry. jpunger|
, Sftangel (etben, to endure, to suffer ... Fellow. em bungetiger SWagen ti&t fid)
nidjtmlt SBortett abfpetfen, a hungry Stomach, or a hungry Belly has no Ears.
|The belly5 has no ears, nor is it to be filled with fair words : you shall be |
answered to content by signs and gestures. As formerly at Rome, Tarquin the ... Is
s L'estomac qffamf. A hungry stomach has no ears, said Cato the censor, in one
of his ...
|Cyrano: No, being so thin only makes us look taller! A Third: My stomach's hollow|
. Cyrano: Then it shall make a fine drum to bang during the assault! Another: I
have a ringing in my ears. Cyrano: No, no! That can't be! A hungry stomach has
|A THIRD: My stomach's hollow. CYRANO: 'Faith, 'twill make a fine drum to sound |
the assault. ANOTHER: I have a ringing in my ears. CYRANO: No, no, 'tis false; a
hungry stomach has no ears. ANOTHER: Oh, to eat something—something oily ...
Stephen Mennell - 1996 - 397 pages
|The Civilising of Appetite 'A full gut supports moral precepts' (Burmese proverb) '|
A hungry stomach has no ears' (La Fontaine, fables} 'All's good in a famine' (
Thomas Fuller, Gnomologia, 1732) 'There is no banquet but someone dislikes ...
|... hundred Times. Hunbcrtmdnner, die, the Centumvirs. of Hunger, to starve for |
Want of Bread; to pine away, to be famished. ... ein bungcriger Nkagett list sich
nichtmlt Worm' abspeiscn, a hungry Scomach: or a hungry Belly has no Ears.
Kirk Ludwig - 2003 - 254 pages
|'A hungry stomach has no ears' is, of course, true, but it is not written with the |
intent of pointing out that stomachs don't ever have ears, so that, a fortiori, hungry
ones don't.Jokes, sarcasm, irony, and so forth do not change cognitive con— tent; ...