Proverb Source Irish

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

    Wise Sayings


    There are finer fish in the sea than have ever been caught.

    Source: Irish
    There are fish in the sea better than have ever been caught.

    Source: Irish
    There is hope from the sea, but none from the grave.

    Source: Irish
    There is light at the end of the tunnel.

    Source: Irish
    There is no luck except where there is discipline.

    Source: Irish
    There is no strength without unity.

    Source: Irish
    There never was a scabby sheep in a flock that didn't like to have a comrade.

    Source: Irish
    There never was an old slipper but there was an old stocking to match it.

    Source: Irish
    Though honey is sweet, do not lick it off a briar.

    Source: Irish
    Treachery returns.

    Source: Irish
    Trust me, but look to thyself.

    Source: Irish
    Two shorten the road.

    Source: Irish
    Two Sir Positives can scarce meet without a skirmish.

    Source: Irish
    Two thirds of the work is the semblance.

    Source: Irish
    Two to one is odds.

    Source: Irish
    Two-thirds of help is to give courage.

    Source: Irish
    Walk straight, my son - as the old crab said to the young crab.

    Source: Irish
    We\'ll never know the worth of water till the well go dry.

    Source: Irish
    What fills the eye fills the heart.

    Source: Irish
    What is in the marrow is hard to take out of the bone.

    Source: Irish
    What the child sees, the child does. What the child does, the child is.

    Source: Irish
    What\'s good for the goose is good for the gander.

    Source: Irish
    When a twig grows hard it is difficult to twist it. Every beginning is weak.

    Source: Irish
    When the hand ceases to scatter, the heart ceases to pray.

    Source: Irish
    When the hand is clean, It needs no screen.

    Source: Irish
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