European Proverbs: In 55 Languages, with Equivalents in Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit, Chinese and Japanese

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Veszprémi Nyomda, 1997 - Proverbs - 527 pages
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Contents

Do not look a gift horse in the mouth Ajándék lónak ne nézd a fogát
5
You can see a mote in anothers eye but cannot see a beam in your own
20
All catscowspigssheep are alikegrayblack in the dark or at night Sötétben
38
Stretch your legs or yourself according to the cover or until the cover reaches
42
Rather hearsee than speak Sokat hallj láss de keveset szólj
44
Children fools and drunken men tell the truth Gyermek részeg bolond
51
Do not dowish others that you do not like to be done to you Amit nem kívánsz
57
The pot abusesblames ridiculeslaughs at the kettle though both are black
63
Clothes do not make the man or The cowl does not make the monk Nem
80
If an assbeastoxpig etc goes abroad or to a known seat of learning an ass
87
All roads golead to Rome
96
There is nothing new under the sun Nincs új a nap alatt
104
Speech is silver silence is gold Hallgatni arany beszélni ezüst 2 38 366 L
370
INDEXES MUTATÓK
498
APPENDICES FÜGGELÉKEK
509
CONTENTS TARTALOMJEGYZÉK
523

He buyssells a catharepig in a poke Zsákbamacskát árulvesz E 38 342
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