Wise Sayings: Letter D


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    Do not treat your loved one like a swinging door: you are fond of it but you push it back and forth.

    Source: Madagasy
    Do not triumph before the victory.

    Source: English Proverb
    Do not use a hatchet to remove a fly from your friend's forehead.

    Source: Chinese
    Do not wade where you see no bottom.

    Source: Danish
    Do not wrong or hate your neighbor for it is not he that you wrong but yourself.

    Source: Native American
    Do right and fear no man.

    Source: Native American
    Do the math; count your blessings.
    Author: Unknown
    Do unto others as you would be done unto.

    Source: Native American
    Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.
    Source: Bible
    Do unto others as you would they should do unto you.

    Source: Native American
    Do well and have well.

    Source: Latin
    Do well the little things now; so shall great things come to thee by and by asking to be done.

    Source: Persian
    Do what comes natural.
    Author: Unknown
    Do what I say well, and not what I do ill.

    Source: Spanish
    Do what is right, come what may.
    Author: Unknown
    Do what the friar says, and not what he does.

    Source: Spanish
    Do what thou doest. (Age quod agis.)

    Source: German
    Do when ye may, or suffer ye the nay, in love 'tis the way.

    Source: English Proverb
    Do you carry the trough, husband, and I will carry the sieve, which is as heavy as the devil.

    Source: Spanish
    Do you speak English? (Meaning, Have you got any money?)

    Source: Dutch
    Do you want better bread than wheaten?

    Source: French
    Do you want to buy cheap? Buy of a needy fool.

    Source: Spanish
    Do you want to see a wolf with young (i.e. an insatiable plunderer)? Marry your daughter.

    Source: Spanish
    Do you wish people to think well of you? Don't speak.

    Source: French
    Doctor Luther's shoes do not fit every parish priest.

    Source: German
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