Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    You may shut your doors against a thief, but not against a liar.

    Source: Danish
    You may speak with your gold and make other tongues silent.

    Source: Danish
    You may take a horse to the water, but you can't make him drink.

    Source: Danish
    You must be strong to pull a rope against a stronger.

    Source: Danish
    You must contrive to bake with the flour you have.

    Source: Danish
    You must have good luck to catch hares with a drum.

    Source: Danish
    You must howl with the wolves when you are among them.

    Source: Danish
    You must judge a maiden at the kneading trough, and not in a dance.

    Source: Danish
    You must knock a long while against an alder-bush before you get a swarm of bees out of it.

    Source: Danish
    You must lose a fly, to catch a trout.

    Source: Danish
    You must walk a long while behind a wild goose before you find an ostrich feather.

    Source: Danish
    Young dogs have sharp teeth.

    Source: Danish
    Young people must be taught, old ones be honoured.

    Source: Danish
    Young pigs grunt as old pigs grunted before them.

    Source: Danish
    He who is fed by another\'s hand seldom gets enough.

    Source: Danish
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