Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Advice after mischief is like medicine after death.
    Category: Advice Source: Danish
    An old error has more friends than a new truth.
    Category: Habit Source: Danish
    Better to ask twice than to lose your way.
    Category: Practicality Source: Danish
    Don't sail out farther than you can row back.
    Category: Prudence Source: Danish
    Fools are like other folks as long as they are silent.
    Category: Foolishness Source: Danish
    It is better to suffer for truth than to prosper by falsehood.
    Category: Comparable worth Source: Danish
    Every man's friend is every man's fool.

    Category: Friends Source: Danish
    Fair words won't fill the sack.

    Source: Danish
    Help yourself, and God will help you.

    Source: Danish
    It is a poor mouse that has but one hole.

    Source: Danish
    Little fish are sweet.

    Category: Food Source: Danish
    Need makes the old wife trot.

    Source: Danish
    The cow does not know the value of her tail till she has lost it.

    Category: Animals Source: Danish
    The cow gives good milk, but kicks over the pail.

    Category: Animals Source: Danish
    A bad hair cut is two people's shame.

    Source: Danish
    A bad horse eats as much as a good one.

    Source: Danish
    A bad tree does not yield good apples.

    Source: Danish
    A bad wife wishes her husband's heel turned homewards, and not his toe.

    Source: Danish
    A barren sow is never kind to pigs.

    Source: Danish
    A bird may be ever so small, it always seeks a nest of its own.

    Source: Danish
    A bird never flew on one wing.

    Source: Danish
    A blind pigeon may sometimes find a grain of wheat.

    Source: Danish
    A bold attempt is half success.

    Source: Danish
    A bold man has luck in his train.

    Source: Danish
    A boor remains a boor, though he sleep on silken bolsters.

    Source: Danish
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