Croatian ProverbsRating Mail
Help the poor one for your own shame.
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Without suffering, there is no learning.
Note : English equivalent: No pain, no gain.
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First help yourself and then God will help you.
Note : English equivalent: God helps those who help themselves.
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Man is man's wolf.
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God first created a beard for himself.
Note : English equivalent: before you help others, you must help yourself.
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Better ever than never.
Note : English equivalent: Better late than never.
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Better to prevent than to have to cure.
Note : English equivalent: Prevention is the best medicine.
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A sparrow in your hand is better than a pigeon on the branch.
Note : English equivalent: A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
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Men wishes(dreams), but god decides.
Note : English equivalent: Man proposes, but God disposes.
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(To have the) head in clouds.
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Where there is smoke, there is fire too.
Note : English equivalent: Where there's smoke, there's fire.
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Shit or get off the pot.
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To have bigger eyes than the stomach.
Note : English equivalent: Your eyes are bigger than your stomach.
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(Something that has) fallen out of a devil's pouch.
Note : English equivalent: untamed.
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A splinter doesn't land far from the trunk.
Note : English equivalent: The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
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An apple doesnít fall far from the tree.
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One swallow does not make a spring.
Note : English equivalent: One swallow does not make a spring.
Source of original proverb: Aristotle
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Morning is smarter than evening.
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When cat is absent, mice dance.
Note : English equivalent: When the cat's away the mice will play.
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When willows bear grapes.
Note : English equivalent: When pigs fly.
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The way it came is the way it will go.
Note : English equivalent: Easy come, easy go.
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Like the cat around the hot meal.
Note : English equivalent: Beating around bush.
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Bread without shovel.
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Blood is not water.
Note : English equivalent: Blood is thicker than water.
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(speaking) of the wolf as the wolf (comes) to the door.
Note : English equivalent: Speak of the devil.
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In trouble you know a hero.
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Finding a needle in a haystack.
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Habit is a good servant, but a poor master.
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Don't look a gift horse in the teeth.
Note : English equivalent: Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
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The dog doesnít bark because of the village.
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To not paint the devil on the wall.
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You canít have both money and sheep.
Note : English equivalent: You canít have a cake and eat it, too.
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Don't buy a cat in a bag.
Note : English equivalent: Don't buy a pig in a poke.
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Don't put all your eggs in one basket.
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Don't run in front of a carriage.
Note : English equivalent: Don't jump the gun.
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Misfortune never comes alone.
Note : English equivalent: When it rains, it pours.
English equivalent: Bad luck comes in threes.
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Gold is not everything that shines.
Note : English equivalent: All that glistens is not gold.
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Money sticks to money.
Note : English equivalent: Money hangs around money.
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Since Koohleen the prince and the good times.
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From bad father, and worse mother
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Speak only the best of the dead.
Note : English equivalent: Don't speak ill of the dead.
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A suit doesn't make a man.
Note : English equivalent: You can't tell a book by its cover.
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To end up with underpants on a stick. (i.e. be really poor)
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The sheep that bleats - loses it's share in food.
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Paper can withstand anything.
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A dog that barks does not bite.
Note : English equivalent: His bark is worse than his bite.
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The morning shows how the day will be.
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First sweep the ground in front of your own door.
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With such friends, one doesn't need enemies anymore.
Note : English equivalent: With friends like those, who needs enemies?
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To sell a horn as if it was a candle.
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