Faroese ProverbsRating Mail
Time runs like the river current.
Note : English Equivalent: Time flies.
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There often lies falsehood beneath a pretty skin.
Note : English Equivalent: Appearances can be deceiving.
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Big rivers are made out of small streams.
Note : English Equivalent: There is strength in numbers.
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There is always something the matter with a bad child.
Note : English Equivalent: A bad workman blames his tools.
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A bookless man is blind.
Note : English Equivalent: Knowledge is power.
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A man without a knife, is a man without a life.
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When the mouse is full, the flour tastes bitter.
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A chicken likes her own eggs best.
Note : English Equivalent: Blood is thicker than water.
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Self-done is well-done.
Note : English Equivalent: If you want a job done right, do it yourself.
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He gets wind in his sails who waits, and harbour who rows.
Note : English Equivalent: You reap what you sow.
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He who risks nothing wins nothing.
Note : English Equivalent: Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
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Not all is gold that glitters.
Note : English Equivalent: All that glitters is not gold.
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