Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    The silent man is most trusted.

    Source: Danish
    The sky is not the less blue because the blind man does not see it.

    Source: Danish
    The sleeping fox catches no poultry.

    Source: Danish
    The sow prefers the mire.

    Source: Danish
    The steps at court are slippery.

    Source: Danish
    The still swine eat the mash. the wind ones run past it.

    Source: Danish
    The sting of a reproach is the truth of it.

    Source: Danish
    The stone that everybody spits upon will be wet at the last.

    Source: Danish
    The sword keeps the peace of the land.

    Source: Danish
    The teeth of the puppy are growing, while the old dog is gnawing bones.

    Source: Danish
    The tooth often bites the tongue, and yet they keep together.

    Source: Danish
    The tree is sure to be pruned before it reaches the skies.

    Source: Danish
    The upright never grow rich in a hurry.

    Source: Danish
    The used key is always bright.

    Source: Danish
    The used plough shines, standing water stinks.

    Source: Danish
    The waggon must go whither the horses draw it.

    Source: Danish
    The watch-dog does not get sweet milk unless there be drowned mice in it.

    Source: Danish
    The water runs while the miller sleeps.

    Source: Danish
    The wet branch burns better than the dry stone.

    Source: Danish
    The wolf preys not in his own field.

    Source: Danish
    The year has a wide mouth and a big belly.

    Source: Danish
    The young pig must often suffer for what the old sow did.

    Source: Danish
    There are many days in the year, and still more meals.

    Source: Danish
    There are three bad neighbours: great rivers, great lords, and great roads.

    Source: Danish
    There are three things from which no good can be got without a beating: a walnut-tree, a donkey, and a shrew.

    Source: Danish
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