Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    All women may be won.

    Source: Danish
    Almost kills no man.

    Source: Danish
    Alms do not empty the purse, and a mass does not exhaust the day's duty.

    Source: Danish
    Along in counsel, alone in sorrow.

    Source: Danish
    Always to be sparing is always to be in want.

    Source: Danish
    An empty cellar makes an angry butler.

    Source: Danish
    An evil deed has a witness in the bosom.

    Source: Danish
    An evil eye can see no good.

    Source: Danish
    An honest man does not make himself a dog for the sake of a bone.

    Source: Danish
    An honest man is not the worse because a dog barks at him.

    Source: Danish
    An ill-tempered dog has a scarred nose.

    Source: Danish
    An ill-tempered woman is the devil's door-nail.

    Source: Danish
    An old error has more friends than a new truth.

    Source: Danish
    An old fool is worse than a young simpleton.

    Source: Danish
    An old man's sayings are seldom untrue.

    Source: Danish
    An old wolf is not scared by loud cries.

    Source: Danish
    An unpleasant guest is as welcome as salt to a sore eye.

    Source: Danish
    And Nathan said unto David: "Thou art the man."

    Source: Danish
    Another man's burden is always light.

    Source: Danish
    Another man\'s horse and your own whip can do a great deal.

    Source: Danish
    Another year will bring another Christmas.

    Source: Danish
    Art and knowledge bring bread and honour.

    Source: Danish
    Art is art, even though unsuccessful.

    Source: Danish
    Art is long and life is short.

    Source: Danish
    As a man dresses so is he esteemed.

    Source: Danish
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