honours change manners

honours change manners
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  • Ehre — 1. Allweg die Ehren unsere Sitten verkehren. – Eiselein, 134. Engl.: Honours change manners. (Bohn II.) Frz.: Honneurs changent moeurs. (Eiselein, 134.) Lat.: Honores mutant mores: Hurres murres. (Eiselein, 134.) 2. An Ehren ab, an Schanden auf,… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • Ehrentitel — 1. Grosse ehrentitel verendern sitte vnd bringen doch selten tugent mitte. – Henisch, 811; Petri, II, 358. Engl.: Honours change manners. (Bohn II, 103.) Frz.: Honneurs changent moeurs. *2. Einem einen Ehrentitel anhängen …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • Meies — 1. As es kümmen die Meies, kümmen die Deies ün der Geies. (Jüd. deutsch. Warschau.) Bei Tendlau (709): Mit den Mêes kummen die Gées. Gar oft wird der plötzlich Reichgewordene, der Parvenu, andern Sinnes und Wesens. Wenn die Hunderte (hebräisch… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • Stand — 1. Alle Stende haben jhr eigen laster. – Henisch, 829, 29; Petri, II, 7. 2. Aendere nicht deinen Stand, du habest denn einen bessern bei der Hand. – Sutor, 15. Lat.: Maritimus cum sis, ne velis fieri terrestris. (Philippi, I, 242.) – Nil cito… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

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