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    Proverbs Page 7

  • A misty winter brings a pleasant spring, a pleasant winter a misty spring

  • Many a sudden change takes place on a spring day

  • In winter the milk goes to the cow's horns

  • A secret is a weapon and a friend

  • It is no secret that is known to three

  • Fences (ditches) have ears

  • Don't tell your secret even to a fence

  • Woe to the man that entrusts his secrets to a ditch

  • The secret of an old woman scolding

  • If it's a secret, it's binding

  • Don't tell secrets to the children of your relatives

  • No tree but has rotten wood enough to burn it

  • A man may be his own ruin

  • A wedge from itself splits the oak tree

  • A man has often cut a rod to beat himself

  • It's for her own good that the cat purrs

  • His own wound is what everyone feels soonest

  • What is nearest the heart is nearest the mouth

  • He who is best for me is he who shall get the best share

  • The full stomach does not understand the empty one

  • The man who was dividing Ireland didn't leave himself last

  • Sense doesn't come before age

  • After the gathering comes the scattering

  • What would shame him would turn back a funeral

  • A list full of gain and a village full of shame

  • Better is the trouble that follows death than the trouble that follows shame

  • Do not keep your tongue under your belt

  • A man is shy in another man's corner

  • A silent mouth is musical

  • The silent are often guilty

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