Dish and spoon cannot be without jingling.
Do more things by wisdom than by force.
Do not drink in advance on the hide of a bear.
Do not expect good in return for a good deed.
Do not look at the tooth of a gift horse.
Do not put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
Do not trust even your own shirt.
Dog and cat friendship.
Don't cry, over spilt milk.
Don't leave the betrodden way for the untrodden one.
Don't speak my mouth, I shall have no headache.
Each should sweep before his own house.
Either he gets accustomed or he escapes.
Even a blind hen can find a grain.
Even a heavy burden is light if lifted by many.
Even a little is more than nothing.
Even an owl is a judge in her cave.
Even God cannot satisfy everyone.
Even God our Lord has given way to a drunken man.
Even if gypsy children are dropped from the sky.
Even on old goat likes to lick salt.
Even our fingers are not equal.
Every cock is master upon his own dunghill.
Every gypsy prises his own horse.
Every man kindles the fire below his own pot.
Every man should practise only his trade.
Every one carries his own skin to the market.
Everyone greets others with a hat he has got.
Facts are stubborn things.
Fair words are not enough to an empty belly.
Fish stinks from the head on.
For a thirsty ox dirty water will do as well.
For an bystander nothing is precious.
For good work time is needed.
Forbidden fruit is sweeter.
Fortune favours the fool.
God is the doctor of the man who quarrels with his master.
God neither hurries, nor is late.
Gold is gold even in the mud.
Goo tool means half the work.
Good wine needs no signboard, bush.
Have a close look at the mother and then marry her daughter.
He adds on more shovelfulon it.
He boasts, with foreign feathers.
He could not earn enough to buy even cold water.
He crushes pepper under the nose of somebody.
He cut his axe into a big tree.
He cuts the tree under himself.
He defends the honour of the uniform.
He disappeared like a grey donkey in the fog.
He who accepts the gift loses his liberty.
I can chew for you, my child, but you must swallow by yourself.
I do not want it even for my enemy.
I have already seen a crow on a pole.
I shall teach you to pipe into glove.
I tell my daughter, my daughter-in-law should understand it.
I tell you one thing, two will result from it.
I wish to see him when I see the middle of my back.
I would not wipe my muddy boots in him.
I'll say such things that I'll regret even myself.
If a dog is driven by a stick after a hare, he will not catch it.
If a dog is to be killed, it is said to be mad.
If a stone was thrown at you, throw back some bread in return.
If all cords break.
If he is thrown out through the door, he enters through the window.
If I say, it is pregnant, If I do not say, it is not pregnant.
If it does not trickle, it will drop.
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