Proverb Source Sicilian

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  • Proverb Source: Sicilian

    Wise Sayings


    A person eating must make crumbs.

    Source: Sicilian
    A piece of meat with eyes.

    Source: Sicilian
    A rock offered by a friend is like an apple.

    Source: Sicilian
    Crooked wood is straightened with fire.

    Source: Sicilian
    Keep watch for the appearing mushroom.

    Source: Sicilian
    Pee on the ruins before they build a temple over them.

    Source: Sicilian
    That fellow roasts his fish in the flames of a fire.

    Source: Sicilian
    That grief is light which is capable of counsel.

    Source: Sicilian
    The barking of dogs does not reach heaven.

    Source: Sicilian
    The fellow roasts his fish in the flames of a fire.

    Source: Sicilian
    The female of the species is more deadly than the male.

    Source: Sicilian
    The living who is absent is like a dead man.

    Source: Sicilian
    The pardon arrives after the man was hung.

    Source: Sicilian
    The war is lost for too much advice.

    Source: Sicilian
    Walk with your slippers until you can find your shoes.

    Source: Sicilian
    Watch out for the unexpected mushroom.

    Source: Sicilian
    We keep an eye on the scorpion and the serpent, but we do not watch out for the millipede.

    Source: Sicilian
    You can't have meat without the bone.

    Source: Sicilian