A disease known is half cured.
A diplomat must always think twice before he says nothing.
If the cat sits long enough at the hole, she will catch the mouse.
If you go to court leave your soul at home.
Better be quarrelling than lonesome.
A man lives long in his native place.
A good laugh and a long sleep are the two best cures in the doctor’s book.
Do not show your teeth until you can bite.
A closed mouth–a wise head.
A hint is sufficient for the wise.
Don’t tell secrets to the children of your relatives.
Do not keep your tongue under your belt.
Age is honourable and youth is noble.
Anything is better than a bad marriage.
A true friend laughs at your stories even when they’re not so good, and sympathizes with your troubles even when they’re not so bad.
It is hard for an empty bag to stand itself alone.
He who has cattle on the hill will not sleep easy.
Dead with tea and dead without it.
Don’t bring all your eggs to one market.