Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    When thieves fall out the peasant recovers his goods.

    Source: Danish
    When two enemies blow one horn, the third will have to suffer for it.

    Source: Danish
    When wisdom fails, luck helps.

    Source: Danish
    When you go to dance, take heed whom you take by the hand.

    Source: Danish
    Where a man never goes, there his head will never be washed.

    Source: Danish
    Where law lacks, honour should eke it out.

    Source: Danish
    Where money and counsel are wanting, it is best not to make war.

    Source: Danish
    Where the carrion is, there the eagles gather.

    Source: Danish
    Where there is discipline there is virtue; where there is peace there is plenty.

    Source: Danish
    Where there is no wit within no wit will come out.

    Source: Danish
    Where will is right, law is banished.

    Source: Danish
    Where you cannot climb over, you must creep under.

    Source: Danish
    While the dogs yelp, the hare flies to the wood.

    Source: Danish
    While the grass is growing the mare dies.

    Source: Danish
    While the great bells are ringing no one hears the little ones.

    Source: Danish
    Wisdom is the least burdensome travelling pack.

    Source: Danish
    Wisdom rides upon the ruins of folly.

    Source: Danish
    With law must the land be built.

    Source: Danish
    Woe be to an evil eye.

    Source: Danish
    Woe be to him whose advocate becomes his accuser.

    Source: Danish
    Wolves are often hidden under sheep's clothing.

    Source: Danish
    Words once spoken cannot be wiped out with a sponge.

    Source: Danish
    You can have no more of the fox than his skin.

    Source: Danish
    You can have no more of the fox than his skin.

    Source: Danish
    You can have too much of a good thing.

    Source: Danish
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