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1,257 Danish Proverbs

A bad hair cut is two people's shame.

A bad horse eats as much as a good one.

A bad tree does not yield good apples.

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

A barren sow is never kind to pigs.

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

A bird never flew on one wing.

A blind pigeon may sometimes find a grain of wheat.

A bold attempt is half success.

A bold man has luck in his train.

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

A borrowed horse and your own spurs make short miles.

A bow long bent at length waxeth weak.

A burnt child fears the fire, and a bitten child fears a dog.

A child must creep until it learns to walk.

A child's back must be bent early.

A child's sorrow is short-lived.

A clean hand moves freely through the land.

A clever man's inheritance is found in every country.

A cow is not called dappled unless she has a spot.

A cross-grained woman and a snappish dog take care of the house.

A crow is never the whiter for often washing.

A crow thinks her own bird fairest.

A crowd is not company.

A curse will not strike out an eye, unless the fist go with it.