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From still water God keep me; from running water I will keep myself.

From the same flower the bee extracts honey and the wasp gall.

From those I trust God guard me, from those I mistrust I will guard myself.

Gifts are often losses.

Give a clown your finger he'll grasp your fist.

Give a dog an ill name, and you may as well hang him.

Give the priest drink, for the clerk is thirsty.

Give the wise man a hint and leave him to act.

Give time time.

Give to him that has.

Giving is fishing.

Glowworms are not lanterns.

Gluttony kills more than the sword.

Gnaw the bone which is fallen to thy lot.

Go abroad and you'll hear news of home.

Go softly at bad bits of road.

Go to the sea if you would fish well.

God gives a curst one short horns.

God heals and the doctor has the thanks.

God keep me from my friends, from my enemies I will keep myself.

God preserve you from one who eats without drinking.

God save me from him who has but one occupation.

God save me from him who studies but one book.

God save me from one who does not drink.

God save you from a bad neighbour, and from a beginner on the fiddle.