Gypsy Proverbs & Sayings (62 Proverbs)


  • If a man looks upon your wife pluck out his eye and cook it in a goodly stew. If he eats the stew his manhood will wither and fall off in the next moon.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • The dog that digs deepest finds the bones.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • If you stab out the eye of thy neighbor cut off two finger and dip them in honey. Cook them in lemon curd and present them to his family in a pigeon pie. If they dine on a full moon his eye will sprout again from it's socket.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • The fat woman gives the sweetest ride.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • In the hour of your greatest success are sown the seeds of your own destruction.
    (Gypsy Proverb)


  • The patient thief is as a tree whose root runs deep as he waits for the sweet fruit..
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • A hairy man's a geary man, but a hairy wife's a witch.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • In the village without dogs the farmers walk without sticks.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • The winter will ask what we did all summer.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • A lonely old crow, see someone you know, Fly to your right, sure to be right, And if you are hawking, money before night.
    (Gypsy Proverb)


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