A wicked man's gift hath a touch of his master.
Prefer the rod that bends than one that breaks.
The guidance of the old man won't mislead you.
The stupid have a wagging tongue.
Let him who reflects, recall.
A savvy wolf shrouds his teeth.
Three things best to stay away from: an abnormal dog, a flood, and a man who thinks he is clever.
Persistence is the mother of all intelligence.
Old sayings are the kids of truth.
He who steal an egg will take more.
An angel abroad, and a devil at home.
The youthful chuckle when the old fall.
He who would be head let him be a bridge.
Little is each man who views himself as incredible.
A slattern lady make the way for hell.
Perfect love now and then doesn't come until the first grandkid.
A lame cat is better than a quick horse when rats infest the palace.
Preferred learning over money.
Memory slips, letters remain.
He who wants fame, let him pass on.
A bothering lady and a crowing hen are neither fit for God nor men.
A whitewashed crow will dark once more.
A very much beaten way doesn't always make the correct street.
A decent pooch is superior to an underhanded man.
Enough is superior to a feast.
Preferred a fix over an opening.
What is got efficiently, goes rapidly.
A spoon doesn't have the idea about the flavor of the soup, nor a learned fool the taste of wisdom.
You can't do great to others without doing great work to yourself.
The guilty flee with no one chasing them.
Everything you have in this world is just borrowed for a short time.
Things turn sour when you play with fire.
The crow sees its chick as white.
Home is home, however poor it is.
Tapping persistently breaks the stone.
Speak well of your friend, of your enemy say nothing.
Go slowly and go far.
While kicking and biting, love develops.
Everything yellow is not gold.
Birds of a feather flock together.
Adversity brings knowledge and knowledge wisdom.
The first to the mill grinds.
At the end of the song comes payment.
The pennies add up to become a pound.
There's reward in every goodness.
Every bird relishes his own voice.
The world is big for everybody.
Everyone is foolish at sometimes.
The best wisdom is to know yourself.
He who has no faults is not born.
Repay evil with good, and hell will not claim you.
It is easy to be daring behind a wall.
The seed of all evil is laziness.
Old age comes not on its own.
The sow has gone through the shop.
The smarter man, the fewer his words.
The older the man, the weaker his mind.
Three attempts for a Welshman.
To sing before breakfast is to weep before supper.
Let not your tongue break your neck.
A boy is easier cheated than an old lady.
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