Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    The hen lives by pickings, as the lion by prey.

    Source: Danish
    The herb patience does not grow in every man's garden.

    Source: Danish
    The heron blames the water because he cannot swim.

    Source: Danish
    The horse must go to the manger, and not the manger to the horse.

    Source: Danish
    The is worthy of sweets, who has tasted bitters.

    Source: Danish
    The issue of all contention is uncertain. [Witness the glorious uncertainty of the law, and of the turf.]

    Source: Danish
    The laggard cow gets the sour grass.

    Source: Danish
    The Lord will not fail to come, though he may not come on horseback.

    Source: Danish
    The man who is afraid of asking is ashamed of learning.

    Source: Danish
    The man who is born in a stable is not a horse.

    Source: Danish
    The master derives from his art.

    Source: Danish
    The miller is never so drunk that he forgets to take his dues.

    Source: Danish
    The millstone that lies undermost also helps to grind.

    Source: Danish
    The miser's bag is never full.

    Source: Danish
    The more by law, the less by right.

    Source: Danish
    The more cooks, the worse broth.

    Source: Danish
    The more knave, the better luck.

    Source: Danish
    The more shepherds the less care.

    Source: Danish
    The most difficult mountain to cross is the threshold.

    Source: Danish
    The mouse is knowing, but the cat more knowing.

    Source: Danish
    The mouse may find a hole, be the room ever so full of cats.

    Source: Danish
    The mouth often utters that which the head must answer for.

    Source: Danish
    The new is always liked, though the old is often better.

    Source: Danish
    The nobler the blood the less the pride.

    Source: Danish
    The oft-moved stone gathers no moss.

    Source: Danish
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