73 Scottish Gaelic Proverbs / Page 4
61. The storm of reeds is loud till you go through them.
62. The yellow dung-fly makes the loudest hum.
63. There are many ways of killing a dog without choking him with butter.
64. Though near be the stone to the ground, closer is the help of Coivi.
65. Though separation be hard, two never met but had to part.
66. Truth is often harsh to tell.
67. What's done in the corner will come to the hearth.
68. When the cup is fullest it is most difficult to carry.
69. Where the stream is shallowest, greatest is its noise.
70. Wrong cannot rest, nor ill deed stand.
71. You have a raven's knowledge.
72. You may take Mull from me, but you can't take sea and land from me.
73. Youth foresees not poverty, nor the fool his mischief.