Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    A borrowed horse and your own spurs make short miles.

    Source: Danish
    A bow long bent at length waxeth weak.

    Source: Danish
    A burnt child fears the fire, and a bitten child fears a dog.

    Source: Danish
    A child must creep until it learns to walk.

    Source: Danish
    A child's back must be bent early.

    Source: Danish
    A child's sorrow is short-lived.

    Source: Danish
    A clean hand moves freely through the land.

    Source: Danish
    A clever man's inheritance is found in every country.

    Source: Danish
    A cow is not called dappled unless she has a spot.

    Source: Danish
    A cross-grained woman and a snappish dog take care of the house.

    Source: Danish
    A crow is never the whiter for often washing.

    Source: Danish
    A crow thinks her own bird fairest.

    Source: Danish
    A crowd is not company.

    Source: Danish
    A curse will not strike out an eye, unless the fist go with it.

    Source: Danish
    A cursed cur should be short tied.

    Source: Danish
    A customary railer is the devil's bagpipe, which the world danceth after.

    Source: Danish
    A deaf auditor makes a crazy answerer.

    Source: Danish
    A dog is a dog whatever his colour.

    Source: Danish
    A drunken may soon be made to dance.

    Source: Danish
    A drunken night makes a cloudy morning.

    Source: Danish
    A duck will not always dabble in the same gutter.

    Source: Danish
    A fair exchange brings no quarrel.

    Source: Danish
    A fair exchange is no robbery.

    Source: Danish
    A fair face will get its praise, though the owner keep silent.

    Source: Danish
    A fair skin often covers a crooked mind.

    Source: Danish
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