Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Good corn is not reaped from a bad field.

    Source: Danish
    Good counsel is no better than bad counsel, if it be not taken in time.

    Source: Danish
    Good counsel will not rot, if it be got in dry.

    Source: Danish
    Good never comes too often.

    Source: Danish
    Govern a horse with a bit, and a shrew with a stick.

    Source: Danish
    Great lords have long hands, but they do not reach to heaven.

    Source: Danish
    Great lords will have much, and poor folk can give but little.

    Source: Danish
    Grey hairs are death's blossoms.

    Source: Danish
    Had it not been for an if, the old woman would have bitten a wolf.

    Source: Danish
    Hair by hair and the head gets bald.

    Source: Danish
    Hair does not grow faster by being pulled.

    Source: Danish
    Hang the young thief, and the old one will not steal.

    Source: Danish
    Happy he who can take warning from the mishaps of others.

    Source: Danish
    Happy is he who knows his follies in his youth.

    Source: Danish
    He came time enough who was hung by candlelight.

    Source: Danish
    He does not live in this world that can skin a grindstone.

    Source: Danish
    He drives a good waggonful into his farm who gets a good wife.

    Source: Danish
    He fears the sack who has been in it.

    Source: Danish
    He had need rise betimes who would please everybody.

    Source: Danish
    He has command of the sack who is seated on it.

    Source: Danish
    He is a fool that praises himself, and he a madman that speaks ill of himself.

    Source: Danish
    He is a man, who acts like a man.

    Source: Danish
    He is a poor Smith who is afraid of sparks.

    Source: Danish
    He is easy to lure, who is ready to follow.

    Source: Danish
    He is little suited to be a baker, whose head is made of butter.

    Source: Danish
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