Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    For a good dinner and a gentle wife you can afford to wait.

    Source: Danish
    Fortune often knocks at the door, but the fool does not invite her in.

    Source: Danish
    Fortune rarely brings good or evil singly.

    Source: Danish
    From children you must expect childish acts.

    Source: Danish
    From clogs to clogs is only three generations.

    Source: Danish
    From praise, as from a shadow, a man is neither bigger nor smaller.

    Source: Danish
    Gifts make friendship lasting.

    Source: Danish
    Gifts should be handed, not thrown.

    Source: Danish
    Give a pig when it grunts, and a child when it cries, and you will have a fine pig, and a bad child.

    Source: Danish
    Give a rogue an inch, and he will take an ell.

    Source: Danish
    Give a thing, and take a thing, to wear the devil's gold ring.

    Source: Danish
    Give to a pig when it grunts and a child when it cries , and you will have a fine pig and a bad child.

    Source: Danish
    Give your wife the short knife, and keep the long one for yourself.

    Source: Danish
    God comes at last, when we think he is farthest off.

    Source: Danish
    God cometh with leaden feet, but striketh with iron hands.

    Source: Danish
    God gives all birds their food but does not drop it into their nests.

    Source: Danish
    God gives every bird its food, but does not throw it into the nest.

    Source: Danish
    God gives little folks small gifts.

    Source: Danish
    God gives the will, necessity gives the law.

    Source: Danish
    God help the sheep when the wolf is judge.

    Source: Danish
    God never sends mouths but he sends meat.

    Source: Danish
    God permits the wicked; but not for ever.

    Source: Danish
    God sends men cold according to their clothes.

    Source: Danish
    Gold is gold, though it be in a rogue's purse.

    Source: Danish
    Gold is proved in the fire, friendship in need.

    Source: Danish
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