Proverb Source Gaelic

  • Pride
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  • Revolution
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  • Children
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  • Unknown
  • Ben Franklin
  • Jonathan Swift
  • Sir Leslie Stephen
  • Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Miguel de Cervantes
  • Aesop
  • R Forby
  • Desiderius Erasmus
  • Sir Thomas More
  • J Bridges
  • James Ray
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • William Hone
  • John Heywood

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  • Proverb Source: Gaelic [1]

    Wise Sayings


    A friend's eye is a good mirror.
    Category: Friendship Source: Gaelic
    A thing is bigger for being shared.
    Category: Generosity Source: Gaelic
    A wild goose never laid a tame egg.
    Category: Authenticity Source: Gaelic
    A day's work--getting started.

    Source: Gaelic
    A friend by thee is better than a brother far off.

    Source: Gaelic
    A man is known by the eye, and the face discovers wisdom.

    Source: Gaelic
    Avoid the evil, and it will avoid thee.

    Source: Gaelic
    Choose your company before you choose your drink.

    Source: Gaelic
    Do not judge by appearances; a rich heart may be under a poor coat.

    Source: Gaelic
    Do not light a fire that you cannot yourself put out.

    Source: Gaelic
    Do not look to the peaceful man for cudgels.

    Source: Gaelic
    Evil thoughts often come from idleness.

    Source: Gaelic
    He that will not look forward must look behind.

    Source: Gaelic
    He who would enjoy the fruit must not spoil the blossoms.

    Source: Gaelic
    If it is worth taking, it is worth asking for.

    Source: Gaelic
    Neither seek nor shun the fight.

    Source: Gaelic
    Peace is the well from which the stream of joy runs.

    Source: Gaelic
    Praise the fine day in the evening.

    Source: Gaelic
    Say but little and say it well.

    Source: Gaelic
    See that your own hearth is swept before you lift your neighbor's ashes.

    Source: Gaelic
    Some of the sweetest berries grow among the sharpest thorns.

    Source: Gaelic
    Some people make things happen, some watch things happen, while others wonder what has happened.

    Source: Gaelic
    The bitter cup we strive to remove from us holds the medicine we are most in need of.

    Source: Gaelic
    The coroner and the lawyer grow fat on the quarrels of fools.

    Source: Gaelic
    The lion is known by the scratch of his claws.

    Source: Gaelic
    Gaelic [1]