Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Between evil tongues and evil ears, there is nothing to choose.

    Source: Danish
    Between saying and doing there is a great distance.

    Source: Danish
    Beware of the dog himself, his shadow does not bite.

    Source: Danish
    Beware, froth is not beer.

    Source: Danish
    Big words seldom go with good deeds.

    Source: Danish
    Bite not the dog that bites.

    Source: Danish
    Blacksmith's children are not afraid of sparks.

    Source: Danish
    Blame is the lazy man's wages.

    Source: Danish
    Blame it on the rain.

    Source: Danish
    Bread is better than the song of birds.

    Source: Danish
    Break one link and the whole chain falls apart.

    Source: Danish
    Butter spoils no meat, and moderation injures no cause.

    Source: Danish
    Buy him at his own price and sell him at yours and you'll make no bargain.

    Source: Danish
    Buy in the cheapest market and sell in the dearest.

    Source: Danish
    By gnawing skin a dog learns to eat leather.

    Source: Danish
    Call not the devil, he will come fast enough unbidden.

    Source: Danish
    Care, and not fine stables, make a good horse.

    Source: Danish
    Chastise a good child, that it may not grow bad, and a bad one, that it may not grow worse.

    Source: Danish
    Cheerfulness and goodwill make labour light.

    Source: Danish
    Children and drunken men speak the truth.

    Source: Danish
    Children and fools Shouldn't play with edged tools.

    Source: Danish
    Children are a poor man\'s wealth.

    Source: Danish
    Children are certain cares, but uncertain comforts.

    Source: Danish
    Children are certain sorrow, but uncertain joy.

    Source: Danish
    Children are the riches of the poor.

    Source: Danish
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