Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Keep your nose to the grindstone.

    Source: Danish
    Kill no more than you can salt, or you will have tainted meat.

    Source: Danish
    Kind words and few are a woman's ornament.

    Source: Danish
    Kind words don't wear out the tongue.

    Source: Danish
    Kind words heal friendship's wounds.

    Source: Danish
    Kisses are the messengers of love.

    Source: Danish
    Labour has a bitter root, but a sweet taste.

    Source: Danish
    "Ladies have ladies' whims." said crazy Ann, when she draggled her cloak in the gutter.

    Source: Danish
    Lambs don't runs with the mouth of the sleeping wolf.

    Source: Danish
    Lang tarrying taks a' the thanks awa'. [Long tarrying takes all the thanks away.]

    Source: Danish
    Late repentance is seldom worth much.

    Source: Danish
    Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep alone.

    Source: Danish
    Law helps the waking, luck may come to the sleeping.

    Source: Danish
    Lawyers and painters can soon change white to black.

    Source: Danish
    Lend to your friend, and ask payment of your enemy.

    Source: Danish
    Let a child have its will, and it will not cry.

    Source: Danish
    Let a dog get at a dish of honey, and he will jump in with both legs.

    Source: Danish
    Let a horse drink when he will, not what he will.

    Source: Danish
    Let a saint be ever so humble, he will have his wax taper.

    Source: Danish
    Let another man praise thee, not thine own mouth.

    Source: Danish
    Let another's shipwreck be your sea-mark.

    Source: Danish
    Let deeds match words.

    Source: Danish
    Let every bird sing its own note.

    Source: Danish
    Let him stay at the oar who has learnt to row.

    Source: Danish
    Let him who would reach another a brand, beware that he do not burn his own hand.

    Source: Danish
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