Gypsy Proverbs (62 Proverbs)


  • He that has a white horse and a fair wife need never want for trouble.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • Never eat at the table of a Priest.
    (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)

  • The world is a ladder, in which some go up and others go down.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • He who willingly gives you a finger will also give you the whole hand.
    (Gypsy Proverb)


  • One mad man makes many madmen: many madmen make madness.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • A witch-wife and an evil is three-halfpence worse than the devil.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • They that burn you for a witch lose all their coals.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • 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)

  • One madman makes many madmen and many madmen makes madness.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • You don't kill a gypsy by cutting him in ten pieces -- you only make ten more gypsies.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • It is better to be the head of a mouse than the tail of a lion.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • You have to dig deep to bury your daddy.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • I have two masters -- God and the devil; I work for the devil until lunch then I follow the Lord.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • You cannot stop a whore, not even with a hundred horses.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • Happiness you pay for is to be found everywhere.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • You can count the apples on a tree but you can't count the trees from one apple.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • Children will tell you what they do, men what they think and older people what they have seen and heard.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • Where rich people can make honest money, poor people have to steal.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • A tear in the eye is the wound of the heart.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • When do we have a day of fast? When there is no bread and ham in the larder.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • A man must put grain in the ground before he can cut the harvest.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • There are such things as false truths and honest lies.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • A gypsy only tells the truth once in his life but he regrets it afterwards.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • The stick that breaks the window does not kill a dog.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • The gypsy church was made of pork and the dogs ate it.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • The dog that trots about finds a bone.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • May you have a lawsuit in which you know you are in the right.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • After bad luck comes good fortune.
    (Gypsy Proverb)

  • Bad people don't sing.
    (Gypsy Proverb)


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