Proverb Source Irish

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  • William Hone
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  • Proverb Source: Irish [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]

    Wise Sayings


    Neither give cherries to pigs nor advice to fools.

    Source: Irish
    Never bolt your door with a boiled carrot.

    Source: Irish
    Never burn your fingers to snuff another man's candle.

    Source: Irish
    Never buy through your ears but through your eyes.

    Source: Irish
    Never cast a clout till May be out.

    Source: Irish
    No matter how often a pitcher goes to the water it is broken in the end.

    Source: Irish
    Nodding the head does not row the boat.

    Source: Irish
    Noiseless is the approach of the avenging deities.

    Source: Irish
    One beetle recognizes another.

    Source: Irish
    Patience is poultice for all wounds.

    Source: Irish
    People live in each other's shelter.

    Source: Irish
    Poor is the church without music.

    Source: Irish
    Poor men take to the sea, the rich to the mountains.

    Source: Irish
    Postpone not a good action.

    Source: Irish
    Poverty parts good company.

    Source: Irish
    Praise the ripe field, not the green corn.

    Source: Irish
    Praise the young and they will blossom.

    Source: Irish
    Praise undeserved is satire in disguise.

    Source: Irish
    Praise without profit puts little in the pocket.

    Source: Irish
    Put a beggar on horseback and he'll gallop.

    Source: Irish
    Put a coward to his metal an' he'll fight the de'il.

    Source: Irish
    Put silk on a goat and it is still a goat.

    Source: Irish
    Quiet people are well able to look after themselves.

    Source: Irish
    Scattering is easier than gathering.

    Source: Irish
    Snuff at a wake is fine if there's nobody sneezing over the snuff box.

    Source: Irish
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