Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Let ilka herring hing by its ain head.

    Source: Danish
    Let the blood be ever so thin, it is always thicker than water.

    Source: Danish
    Liberal hands make many friends.

    Source: Danish
    Lies and gossip have a wretched offspring.

    Source: Danish
    Lies and Latin go round the world.

    Source: Danish
    Life at court is often a short cut to hell.

    Source: Danish
    Life begins at forty.

    Source: Danish
    Like plays best with like.

    Source: Danish
    Like seeks like--a scabbed horse and a sandy dike.

    Source: Danish
    Little children, little sorrows; big children, great sorrows.

    Source: Danish
    Little saints also perform miracles.

    Source: Danish
    Little sorrows are loud, great ones silent.

    Source: Danish
    Little sticks kindle a fire, great ones put it out.

    Source: Danish
    Lords and fools speak freely.

    Source: Danish
    Love and poverty are hard to conceal.

    Source: Danish
    Love begets love.

    Source: Danish
    Love's plant must be watered with tears, and tended with care.

    Source: Danish
    Love's quarrels oft in pleasing concord end.

    Source: Danish
    Luck has much for many, but enough for no one.

    Source: Danish
    Luck is better than a hundred marks.

    Source: Danish
    Luck sometimes visits a fool, but never sits down with him.

    Source: Danish
    Luck stops at the door and inquires whether prudence is within.

    Source: Danish
    Luck will carry a man across the brook if he is not too lazy to leap.

    Source: Danish
    Lucky at cards, unlucky in love.

    Source: Danish
    Mad dogs get their coats torn.

    Source: Danish
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