As long as a language lives, the people will not perish.
He who saves shall have as much as three.
Wait for a month before you praise a horse, and for a year before you praise a woman.
I am a gentleman and you are a gentleman; who, then, should look after the pigs?
Even in the tiniest little chapel there are some prayers said once a year.
As one sows, so shall he reap.
Blessed is the man who has friends, but woe to him who needs them.
Better to have a handful of might than a sack of justice.
Many dogs, rabbit's death.
Even small fish are fish.
Consider each day of your life to be the best.
He who has not been given brains from above will not buy them at the apothecary.
If you wake up in the morning and feel no pain it is to be feared that you died in the night.
Even in hell it is good to have friends.
All rivers do their best for the sea.
Choose your woman with a velvet glove, but control her with a fist of iron.
Doubts mean losing half of one's case beforehand.
He who waits shall live to see.
A lie has short legs.
The person who God shows a treasure to must dig it out himself.
If a woman doesn't know what she has to answer then the sea is dry.
No church without a sermon.
Love is sweet captivity.
It is not the thief who is hanged, but one who was caught stealing.
He who digs a pit for another falls into it himself.
The Germans in the stable, the Czech in the kitchen and the French in bed.
Early bird hops further.
Politeness pleases even a cat.
Morning rain and women's tears dry as fast as each other.
If the goat had a longer tail he could wipe the stars clean.
The first sin makes the bed for the second.
Still waters wash out banks.
The fool never undertakes little.
What is called into a forest is the same what is echoed from the forest.
A good neighbor increases the value of your property.
Joy and sorrow sleep in the same bed.
Everywhere is well, at home it's best.
Custom and law are sisters.
Better a sparrow in the hand than a pigeon on the roof.
Better a lie which heals than a truth which wounds.
The law has a nose of wax.
After a battle, everyone is a general.
Our parents taught us to speak and the world taught us to be silent.
Don't extinguish something that does not burn you.