Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    A hearth of your own is worth gold.

    Source: Danish
    A hundred waggonsful of sorrow will not pay a handful of debt.

    Source: Danish
    A hungry dog and a thirsty horse take no heed of blows.

    Source: Danish
    A joyous evening often leads to a sorrowful morning.

    Source: Danish
    A large fire often comes from a small spark.

    Source: Danish
    A lass that has many wooers often fares the worst.

    Source: Danish
    A lazy boy and a warm bed are difficult to part.

    Source: Danish
    A lean calf forgets to skip.

    Source: Danish
    A little dog, a cow without horns, and a short man, are generally proud.

    Source: Danish
    A little stone may upset a large cart.

    Source: Danish
    A lord without land, is like a cask without wine.

    Source: Danish
    A man cannot carry all his kin on his back.

    Source: Danish
    A man conducts himself abroad as he has been taught at home.

    Source: Danish
    A man dances all the same, though he may dance against his will.

    Source: Danish
    A man does not always aim at what he means to hit.

    Source: Danish
    A man does not look behind the door unless he has stood there himself.

    Source: Danish
    A man is bound by his word, an ox with a hempen cord.

    Source: Danish
    A man is not a lord because he feeds off fine dishes.

    Source: Danish
    A man must keep his mouth open a long while before a roast pigeon files into it.

    Source: Danish
    A man often kisses the hand he would like to see cut off.

    Source: Danish
    A man who is not spoken of is not abused.

    Source: Danish
    A man's character reaches town before his person.

    Source: Danish
    A man's will is his heaven.

    Source: Danish
    A man's word is his honour.

    Source: Danish
    A meagre compromise is better than a fat lawsuit.

    Source: Danish
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