Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    The old branch breaks when it is bent.

    Source: Danish
    The owl does not praise the light, nor the wolf the dog.

    Source: Danish
    The owl thinks her children the fairest.

    Source: Danish
    The pike grows big on small fry.

    Source: Danish
    The poor man seeks for food, the rich man for appetite.

    Source: Danish
    The poor man seeks only a crumb, then finds he still hungers.

    Source: Danish
    The poor man wants much, the miser everything.

    Source: Danish
    The poor man's corm always grows thin.

    Source: Danish
    The pot boils best on your own hearth.

    Source: Danish
    The pot calls the kettle black.

    Source: Danish
    The pride of the poor does not endure.

    Source: Danish
    The priest to his book, the peasant to his plough.

    Source: Danish
    The raven always thinks that her young ones are the whitest.

    Source: Danish
    The raven chides blackness.

    Source: Danish
    The raven is fair when the rook is not by.

    Source: Danish
    The rich widow's tears soon dry.

    Source: Danish
    The road to a friend\'s house is never long.

    Source: Danish
    The road to heaven is equally short, where'er we die.

    Source: Danish
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

    Source: Danish
    The scoffer's own house is often on fire.

    Source: Danish
    The scraping hen will get something; the crouching hen nothing.

    Source: Danish
    The sheep that bleat the most give the least milk.

    Source: Danish
    The shirt is nearer to the body than the coat.

    Source: Danish
    The shoemaker's son always goes barefoot.

    Source: Danish
    The shoemakers children go barefoot.

    Source: Danish
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