73 Scottish Gaelic Proverbs
- 1. A favour often costs more than what's hard-bought.
- 2. A friend's eye is a good looking-glass.
- 3. A great sea comes not through a narrow strait.
- 4. A man can sleep on every hurt but his own.
- 5. A man may force a livelihood, but cannot force fortune.
- 6. A stack can be eaten in cakes.
- 7. All that's yellow is not gold, and all white things are not eggs.
- 8. All the keys in the land do not hang from one girdle.
- 9. As the bird goes from leaf to leaf, the yawn goes from man to man.
- 10. As unsteady as an egg on a stick.
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