Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Secret gifts are openly rewarded.

    Source: Danish
    Set a fox to catch a fox.

    Source: Danish
    Shame comes to no man unless he himself help it on the way.

    Source: Danish
    Shared sorrow is half sorrow.

    Source: Danish
    Short flax makes long thread.

    Source: Danish
    Short pleasure often brings long repentance.

    Source: Danish
    Should the heavens fall, many pipkins will be broken.

    Source: Danish
    Sickness comes in haste, and goes at leisure.

    Source: Danish
    Sickness comes uninvited--no need to bespeak it.

    Source: Danish
    Sickness is every man's master.

    Source: Danish
    Sight goes before hearsay.

    Source: Danish
    Silent tongue and hempen heart often go together.

    Source: Danish
    Silver and gold are all men's dears.

    Source: Danish
    Slander expires at a good woman's door.

    Source: Danish
    Slander leaves a score behind it.

    Source: Danish
    Small beer comes the last.

    Source: Danish
    Small profits are sweet.

    Source: Danish
    Smoke, rain, and a scolding wife, are three bad things in a house.

    Source: Danish
    So many heads, so many minds.

    Source: Danish
    Sorrow seldom comes alone.

    Source: Danish
    Sparrows should not dance with cranes, their legs are too short.

    Source: Danish
    Speak little of your ill luck, and boast not of your good luck.

    Source: Danish
    Speaking silence is better than senseless speech.

    Source: Danish
    Speech is oft repented, silence seldom.

    Source: Danish
    Speech is often repented, silence never.

    Source: Danish
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