320 Proverbs about Three / Page 16
301. There are three who have to give an accounting to God; the judges, the priests, and the godparents.
302. Who goes to the fair without money, goes with one problem and returns with three.
303. A full ear requires three good things: good time, good seeds and good hoeing.
304. Oh, oh, oh! three times I say it, who falls into poverty loses his friends.
305. Three things make a man rich: Earning and not spending, promising and not doing, buying and not selling.
306. Saints sleep three hours, merchants sleep five, ordinary people seven and the lazy sleep nine.
307. Brothers, rivers and priests are three bad neighbors.
308. There are three tasty morsels: figs, peaches, and melons.
309. For our sins God has created three enemies for us: mice in the house, the fox in the mountains, and a priest in our village.
310. A judge knows nothing unless it has been explained to him three times.
311. Fish and guests smell in three days.
312. From clogs to clogs is only three generations.
313. Measure three times before you cut once.
314. No wonder lasts over three days.
315. Three things drive a man outdoors; smoke, a leaking roof and a scolding wife.
316. Three hairs are quickly combed.
317. Three times measure, one time cut.
318. Every word has three definitions and three interpretations.
319. Where two Jews, three opinions.
320. An idle person may have just three tasks: sleeping, eating and quarrelling.
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