A man's ruin lies in his tongue.

If there were no fault, there would be no pardon.

If you marry a monkey for its wealth, the money goes and the monkey remains.

If you live in a glass house, don't throw stones.

Pride goes before a fall.

We let him in; but then he brought his donkey along, too.

A borrowed coat does not keep one warm.

If your friend is like honey, don't lick all of it.

Bed is the poor man's opera.

Lie to a liar, for lies are his coin; Steal from a thief, for that is easy; lay a trap for a trickster and catch him at first attempt, but beware of an honest man.

Put a stout heart to a stey brae.

Friendship doubles joy and halves grief.

An absent person should have his excuse.

He whose house is made out of glass, shouldn't throw stones at people.

Making money selling manure is better than losing money selling musk.

Youth is beauty, even in cattle.

Your friend chooses pebbles for you and your enemy counts your faults.

Yesterday's drunkenness will not quench today's thirst.

Wish thy friend joy of his journey, but pray in secret that he have no joy, for then may he return quickly to thee.

Wise rising gives joy.

Wine, women and food give gladness to the heart.

Whoever lets himself be led by the heart will never lose his way.

Whoever is ashamed to sleep with his wife will never have children.

Who has not done any evil act, his or her heart may be found right.

What comes this way, goes this way.

What comes easily is lost easily.

Wealth can come through your Creator's good-will.

To seek without finding, equals waste of time.

Those who had some shame are dead.

Those who are in the following of the prince of everlastingness and God of Life, sing with joy.

They couldn't find any reason to criticize the roses, so they complained that they were red.

They couldn't beat the donkey so they beat the saddle.

The woman who does not covet the possessions of her husband is in love with another man.

The wise man never takes a step too long for his leg.

The wise man is great through his own merits.

The tyrant is only the slave turned inside out.

The tears of the adulteress are ever ready to be shed.

The son of the swan is a good swimmer.

The person who is not ashamed does whatever he wants.

The miserable got together with the hopeless.

The miser destroys what he collected.

The marksman hitteth the mark partly by pulling, partly by letting go.

The man who marries my mother, I call him uncle.

The man who has plenty of means of existence, conducts himself pretty much as he himself wishes.

The idiot who has his eye on your wife is like a blood sucking fly.

The heart of a servant that is not beaten is full of curses.

The glow soon becomes ashes.

The dream of cats is all mice.

The day cuts off the promise of the night.