Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    He who has a white horse and a fair wife is seldom without trouble.

    Source: Danish
    He who has bad neighbours is fain to praise himself.

    Source: Danish
    He who has been bitten by a snake is afraid of an eel.

    Source: Danish
    He who has many irons in the fire, will let some of them burn.

    Source: Danish
    He who has no falcon, must hunt with owls.

    Source: Danish
    He who has plenty of butter, may put some in his cabbage.

    Source: Danish
    He who herds with wolves, learns to howl.

    Source: Danish
    He who hesitates is lost.

    Source: Danish
    He who hunts two hares from one bush, is not likely to catch either.

    Source: Danish
    He who hunts with cats will catch mice.

    Source: Danish
    He who is afraid to ask is ashamed of learning.

    Source: Danish
    He who is ashamed of asking, is ashamed of learning.

    Source: Danish
    He who is everywhere, is nowhere.

    Source: Danish
    He who is far from home, is near to harm.

    Source: Danish
    He who is fed by another's hand seldom gets enough.

    Source: Danish
    He who is of no use to himself, is of no use to any one.

    Source: Danish
    He who is scared by words, has no heart for deeds.

    Source: Danish
    He who knows a knave, makes no bid for him.

    Source: Danish
    He who knows how to beg may leave his money at home.

    Source: Danish
    He who lies down in the wash will be eaten by swine.

    Source: Danish
    He who lives without restraint, will die without honour.

    Source: Danish
    He who loves sorrow, will always find something to mourn over.

    Source: Danish
    He who marries a widow with three children, marries four thieves.

    Source: Danish
    He who puts by for the night, puts by for the cat.

    Source: Danish
    He who rides the horse is his master.

    Source: Danish
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