Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    The dog's kennel is not the place to keep a sausage.

    Source: Danish
    The drunken man's joy is often the sober man's sorrow.

    Source: Danish
    The earth is always frozen to lazy swine.

    Source: Danish
    The earthen pan gains nothing by contact with the copper pot.

    Source: Danish
    The eye of the master makes the horse fat.

    Source: Danish
    The eye of the master will do more than both his hands.

    Source: Danish
    The fat sow knows not what the hungry sow suffers.

    Source: Danish
    The fire burns brightest on one's own hearth.

    Source: Danish
    The fire heeds little whose cloak it burns.

    Source: Danish
    The fire is welcome within, when icicles hang without.

    Source: Danish
    The first bird get the first grain.

    Source: Danish
    The flame is not far from the smoke.

    Source: Danish
    The flitch hangs never so high but a dog will look out for the bone.

    Source: Danish
    The foot of the farmer manures the field.

    Source: Danish
    The foot of the owner is the best manure for his land.

    Source: Danish
    The forest has ears, and field has eyes.

    Source: Danish
    The fox does not go twice into the same trap.

    Source: Danish
    The generous man grows rich in giving, the miser poor in taking.

    Source: Danish
    The generous man grows rich in giving, the miser poor in taking.

    Source: Danish
    The goose goes so often into the kitchen, till at last she sticks to the spit.

    Source: Danish
    The goose that has a good gander cackles loudly.

    Source: Danish
    The goose that has lost its head no longer cackles.

    Source: Danish
    The greater the fear the nearer the danger.

    Source: Danish
    The hen flies not far unless the cock flies with her.

    Source: Danish
    The hen is ill off when the egg teaches her how to cackle.

    Source: Danish
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