Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    One man often talks another off his bench, and seats himself upon it.

    Source: Danish
    One mangy sheep spoils a whole flock.

    Source: Danish
    One penny is better on land than ten on the sea.

    Source: Danish
    One piece of good advice is better than a bag full.

    Source: Danish
    One ploughs, another sows, who will reap no one knows.

    Source: Danish
    One raven does not peck out another's eyes.

    Source: Danish
    One scabbed sheep will mar a whole flock.

    Source: Danish
    One should speak little with others and much with oneself.

    Source: Danish
    One sword keeps another in its scabbard.

    Source: Danish
    One to one, and two to the devil.

    Source: Danish
    One who is afraid of asking is ashamed of learning.

    Source: Danish
    One word beforehand is better than ten afterwards.

    Source: Danish
    One would rather be bitten by wolves than by sheep.

    Source: Danish
    Onions, smoke, and a shrew, make a good man's eyes water.

    Source: Danish
    Other times, other folk.

    Source: Danish
    "Own kin are the worst friends," said the fox, when he saw the foxy dogs after him.

    Source: Danish
    Peace and a well-built house cannot be bought too dearly.

    Source: Danish
    Peace feeds, war wastes; peace breeds, war consumes.

    Source: Danish
    Peace must be bought even at a high price.

    Source: Danish
    People must eat, even were every tree a gallows.

    Source: Danish
    "Peter, I am taking a ride," said the goose, when the fox was running into the wood with her.

    Source: Danish
    Pheasants are fools if they invite the hawk to dinner.

    Source: Danish
    Philosophy bakes no bread.

    Source: Danish
    Physicians rarely take medicine.

    Source: Danish
    Poor relations have little honour.

    Source: Danish
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