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 :: Proverbs by Origin: Danish For more info about this origin click on the info image. (1060 Proverbs)

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"Fie upon thee, how black thou art!" said the kettle to the saucepan.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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"I am a judge of cresses," said the peasant, as he was eating hemlock.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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"I'll go myself," and "I'll see to it," are two good servants on a farm.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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"It is easy to work with a good comb," said the devil, when he combed his mother's hair with a pitchfork."
~ Danish Proverb

 

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"It is not for my own sake," said the fox, "that I say there is a good goose-green in the wood."
~ Danish Proverb

 

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"It will come back," said the man, when he gave his sow pork.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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"Ladies have ladies' whims." said crazy Ann, when she draggled her cloak in the gutter.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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"Own kin are the worst friends," said the fox, when he saw the foxy dogs after him.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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"Peter, I am taking a ride," said the goose, when the fox was running into the wood with her.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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A bad hair cut is two people's shame.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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A bad horse eats as much as a good one.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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A bad tree does not yield good apples.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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A bad wife wishes her husband's heel turned homewards, and not his toe.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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A barren sow is never kind to pigs.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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A bird may be ever so small, it always seeks a nest of its own.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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A blind pigeon may sometimes find a grain of wheat.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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A bold attempt is half success.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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A bold man has luck in his train.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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A boor remains a boor, though he sleep on silken bolsters.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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A borrowed horse and your own spurs make short miles.
~ Danish Proverb

 

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