Proverb: In January give the turnip to the donkey!
Proverb: On the feast day of Saint Silvester (31st December) renew the (donkey’s) halter.
F’Ħadd il-bluh ix-xita tibda tfuħ
A chick that hatches in July will lay an egg by the feast of St. Publius (following April).
Proverb: In February, feed the cabbage to the donkey.
Proverb: ‘When the flowers start to bloom, the heat starts to increase.’
Proverb: February rains will overflow the wells.
Proverb: Warm weather in January is contentment for the poor man and the farmer.
Proverb: ‘Summer is the poor man’s coat.’
Proverb: Crops planted around St. Catherine’s day will yield a bountiful harvest.
Proverb: ‘Time greets nobody, it passes silently by without the word.’
Proverb: January is cold, he clothes the barren land and disrobes the clothed land.
Proverb: Do not pray for rain in January.
Marzu Marzellu, aħraq il-moxt u r-rixtellu!
Proverb: ‘When January is watery, the farmer won’t be happy’.
Proverb: On Thursdays, when the sun disappears into a sack, expect stormy weather.
Proverb: ‘A birth on the first of January is proclaimed from every church steeple.’
Proverb: ‘Rain that falls between the end of March and early April, is worth a wagon of fine gold’