Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    A modest dog seldom grows fat.

    Source: Danish
    A moneyless man goes fast through the market.

    Source: Danish
    A naughty child must be roughly rocked.

    Source: Danish
    A neighbour's eye is full of jealousy.

    Source: Danish
    A pair of light shoes is not all that is needed for dancing.

    Source: Danish
    A penny in time is as good as a dollar.

    Source: Danish
    A pet child has many names.

    Source: Danish
    A pleasant think never comes too soon.

    Source: Danish
    A poor man has few acquaintances.

    Source: Danish
    A poor man's joy has much alloy.

    Source: Danish
    A priest's pocket is not easily filled.

    Source: Danish
    A princely mind will undo a private family.

    Source: Danish
    A rich child often sits in a poor mother's lap.

    Source: Danish
    A rich wife is a source of quarrel.

    Source: Danish
    A rickety chair will not long serve as a seat.

    Source: Danish
    A rod is better than a fox's brush.

    Source: Danish
    A royal heart is often hid under a tattered cloak.

    Source: Danish
    A scald head need strong lye.

    Source: Danish
    A short cut is often a wrong cut.

    Source: Danish
    A short rest is always good.

    Source: Danish
    A silent man's words are not brought into court.

    Source: Danish
    A silly song may be sung in many ways.

    Source: Danish
    A slight suspicion may destroy a good repute.

    Source: Danish
    A slip of the foot may soon be recovered; but that of the tongue perhaps never.

    Source: Danish
    A small bolt to the house is better than none at all.

    Source: Danish
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