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Finnish Proverbs

Life is uncertain so eat your desert first.
Finnish Proverb
One should not go farther than the sea to fish.
Finnish Proverb
A master has their master too.
Finnish Proverb
The elderly, even if deaf and blind, still know a lot.
Finnish Proverb
Asleep in the morning, awake in the evening; this is how you lose a house.
Finnish Proverb
A bark does not hurt you.
Finnish Proverb
Who digs a hole for another, falls in it himself.
Finnish Proverb
A child who is loved has many names.
Finnish Proverb
Who hears wrong, replies wrong.
Finnish Proverb
A man is valued by his work, not his words.
Finnish Proverb
A tiny morsel is a feast to the starving man.
Finnish Proverb
War does not determine who is right, only who is remaining.
Finnish Proverb
Hope for miracles, but don't rely on them happening.
Finnish Proverb
If you can not find peace within yourself, it is useless to look elsewhere.
Finnish Proverb
Big fish are worth of fishing even if you don't catch one.
Finnish Proverb
There's no smoke without fire.
Finnish Proverb
A cat lives on praise, a dog by pats on the head.
Finnish Proverb
The water is the same on both sides of the boat.
Finnish Proverb
A wife who cannot cook puts the blame on the pots.
Finnish Proverb
A little bit of experience is better than a barrel full of knowledge.
Finnish Proverb
One who is drowning will even grasp a haystraw.
Finnish Proverb
What one learns while young, one masters when old.
Finnish Proverb
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
Finnish Proverb
Judge not the dog by its fur.
Finnish Proverb
Little is better than nothing.
Finnish Proverb
Who promises a lot, gives a little.
Finnish Proverb
What one learns without joy, one forgets without grief.
Finnish Proverb
The world will surely teach one; if nothing else, than to walk slowly.
Finnish Proverb
A tree is recognized by its fruit.
Finnish Proverb
It's more likely for the earth to rip than for a whore to feel ashamed.
Finnish Proverb
No one is a blacksmith when they are born.
Finnish Proverb
Live in the country as they live, or leave.
Finnish Proverb
A pessimist will not get disappointed.
Finnish Proverb
A barking dog does not bite.
Finnish Proverb
The soul shines from the eyes.
Finnish Proverb
After the rain, fine weather.
Finnish Proverb
Opportunity makes the thief.
Finnish Proverb
Better a bitter truth than a sweet lie.
Finnish Proverb
If a man knew where he would fall, he would spread straw there first.
Finnish Proverb
A bird in the hand is worth ten in the bush.
Finnish Proverb
The cat would eat fish, too, but it wouldn't jump into the ocean.
Finnish Proverb
No matter how misbehaved a child, the parents will accept.
Finnish Proverb
Good comes slowly.
Finnish Proverb
The evening is wiser than the morning.
Finnish Proverb
Whose bread you eat, his songs you'll sing.
Finnish Proverb
Happiness is a place between too little and too much.
Finnish Proverb
A child is like an axe; even if it hurts, you still carry them on your shoulders.
Finnish Proverb
There is no such path, that has not been walked along before.
Finnish Proverb
Diligence vanquishes hard luck.
Finnish Proverb
The forest will answer you in the way you call to it.
Finnish Proverb
From small beginnings could come great things.
Finnish Proverb
One sleeps like one makes his bed.
Finnish Proverb
A man by his word, an bull by its horn.
Finnish Proverb
A youth who does not work hard, will be begging will he is old.
Finnish Proverb
Don't beat the man who has already been beaten.
Finnish Proverb
The wolf makes a terrible shepherd.
Finnish Proverb
The moon is the sun of young men.
Finnish Proverb
Even a small star shines in the darkness.
Finnish Proverb
Who is raised without discipline, will die without honor.
Finnish Proverb
Spend, spend, spend will result in your children paying the debts.
Finnish Proverb
To be in love is to feel the sun from both sides.
Finnish Proverb
A good one gives from the little he has, a bad one not even from his plentiful.
Finnish Proverb
You won't survive life.
Finnish Proverb