Is this a dagger which I see before me?
(I'm ready to free christmas bingo 20 cards put the fiddle in the roof / to give.) Rwy'n teimlo fel tynnu blewyn o'i drwyn.
A little bird told me, a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.How now brown cow?As happy as a clam As happy as a sandboy As happy as Larry As high as a kite As keen as mustard As mad as a hatter As mad as a March hare As nice as ninepence As old as Methuselah As old.Red tape Reduplicated phrases Religion is the opium of the people Rest on his laurels Revenge is a dish best served cold Rhyme nor reason Rhyming slang Richard of York gave battle in vain Richard the Third Riddle wrapped up in an enigma -.A norange, a penny for your thoughts, a picture is worth a thousand words.O ye, of little faith Odds bodkins Off his own bat Off the record Off with his head Offing - In the Oh, my stars and garters Oh, they have slain the Earl of Moray and Lady Mondegreen Okay Okey-dokey Old as Methuselah Old.
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
To make (a hole) by doing this.
A drop in the bucket, a drop in the ocean, a fate worse than death.
Back to square one, an idiom is an expression whose meaning is not clear from the meaning of its words.
(His blood was boiling after hearing the news).
A good man is hard to find.(They were tight like herrings in the salt / sardines in a tin.) Mae Ianto ni yn dipyn o aderyn.Is the Pope Polish?Mae eisiau berwi dy ben.Some English examples will show what I mean: He ran as fast as his legs could carry him.
In Canada they are called "Chips".