Greek proverbs, idioms and sayings are here like Give me today and you may keep tomorrow. And another greek saying is If you cannot catch a fish, do not blame the sea.

Nothing will content him who is not content with a little.

It is not possible to step twice into the same river.

I hate a jovial table companion with a good memory.

My aunt says one thing, and my ears hear another.

I send thee myrrh, not that thou mayest be by it perfumed, but it perfumed by thee.

He who laughs not in the morning, laughs not at noon.

Written laws are like spiders webs; they will catch, it is true, the weak and poor, but would be torn in pieces by the rich and powerful.

The priest is in one place, and his robe in another.

The building of the village was not yet complete, and the beggars arrived!

Sometimes you have to through you have to through yourself into the fire to escape from the smoke.

Whoever feeds the wolf in the winter will be eaten by him in the spring.

Never consult a doctor who has never been ill himself.

They throw stones at the walnut trees, but not at the maple.

To have five drachmas in the hand is better than ten drachmas on paper.

A lucky person is someone who plants pebbles and harvests potatoes.

You know who the good seamen are when the storm comes.

Pity for those who have been beaten till the arrival of the judges.

If you cannot catch a fish, do not blame the sea.

If you wish to be good, first believe that you are bad.

God loves the burglar, but he loves the householder too.

Someone with an unrelenting heart is his own executioner.

About Greek Proverbs

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