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51 Sayings of Icelandic Origin

1. "Each country has its own custom." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Each country has its own custom. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

2. "Every story has two sides and every song has twelve versions." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Every story has two sides and every song has twelve versions. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

3. "A greasy kitchen; a will with not much in it." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

A greasy kitchen; a will with not much in it. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

4. "Need is not governed by the law." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Need is not governed by the law. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

5. "Two make an army against one." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Two make an army against one. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

6. "Bare is the back of a brother less man." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Bare is the back of a brother less man. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

7. "As the old birds sing, so do the young ones tweet." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

As the old birds sing, so do the young ones tweet. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

8. "There will fly no fried goose into the sleeping mans mouth." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

There will fly no fried goose into the sleeping mans mouth. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

9. "Often beautiful nuts has an ugly core." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Often beautiful nuts has an ugly core. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

10. "A lenient doctor creates stinking injuries." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

A lenient doctor creates stinking injuries. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

11. "Every man is the smith of his own fortune." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Every man is the smith of his own fortune. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

12. "To whom it itches, scratches it." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

To whom it itches, scratches it. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

13. "He who lives without discipline dies without honor." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

He who lives without discipline dies without honor. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

14. "Need is a bad negotiator." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Need is a bad negotiator. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

15. "Bad birds seldom bring good weather." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Bad birds seldom bring good weather. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

16. "The revenge that is postponed is not forgotten." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

The revenge that is postponed is not forgotten. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

17. "All sails do not suit every ship." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

All sails do not suit every ship. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

18. "You will reach your destination even though you travel slowly." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

You will reach your destination even though you travel slowly. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

19. "Wrath often consumes what god gives husbands." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Wrath often consumes what god gives husbands. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

20. "A burnt child keeps away from fire." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

A burnt child keeps away from fire. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

21. "A man's will can be his paradise, but it can also be his hell." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

A man's will can be his paradise, but it can also be his hell. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

22. "Character is always corrupted by prosperity." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Character is always corrupted by prosperity. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

23. "Everyone wants to be lord, but no one wants to carry the bag." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Everyone wants to be lord, but no one wants to carry the bag. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

24. "Hunger, work, and sweat are the best herbs." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Hunger, work, and sweat are the best herbs. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

25. "He who lives without discipline dies without honor." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

He who lives without discipline dies without honor. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

26. "Every man likes the smell of his own farts." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Every man likes the smell of his own farts. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

27. "The twigs are rarely better than the trunk." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

The twigs are rarely better than the trunk. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

28. "A story is only half told if only one side has been presented." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

A story is only half told if only one side has been presented. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

29. "A man yearns for his paradise but it could become his hell." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

A man yearns for his paradise but it could become his hell. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

30. "You do not really know your friends from your enemies until the ice breaks." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

You do not really know your friends from your enemies until the ice breaks. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

31. "God helps those who help themselves." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

God helps those who help themselves. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

32. "One enemy is too many; 100 friends are far too few." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

One enemy is too many; 100 friends are far too few. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

33. "Better wise language than well combed hair." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Better wise language than well combed hair. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

34. "Few are like father, no one is like mother." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Few are like father, no one is like mother. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

35. "It would be good to have two mouths and speak to yourself with both." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

It would be good to have two mouths and speak to yourself with both. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

36. "Useless wisdom is double foolishness." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Useless wisdom is double foolishness. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

37. "It is difficult to steal when the boss is a thief." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

It is difficult to steal when the boss is a thief. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

38. "Better to drink the milk than to eat the cow." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Better to drink the milk than to eat the cow. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

39. "On the ladder to success there is always somebody on the rung above you and who uses your head to steady himself." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

On the ladder to success there is always somebody on the rung above you and who uses your head to steady himself. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

40. "You can't complain about the sea if you suffer shipwreck for the second time." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

You can't complain about the sea if you suffer shipwreck for the second time. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

41. "The spoon maker's children have often the worst spoons." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

The spoon maker's children have often the worst spoons. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

42. "Much always longs for more." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Much always longs for more. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

43. "A sitting crow starves." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

A sitting crow starves. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

44. "There seldom is a single wave." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

There seldom is a single wave. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

45. "A good beginning makes a good ending." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

A good beginning makes a good ending. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

46. "A bad rower blames the oar." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

A bad rower blames the oar. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

47. "All old sayings have something in them." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

All old sayings have something in them. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

48. "Mediocrity is climbing molehills without sweating." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Mediocrity is climbing molehills without sweating. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

49. "Never is a good verse too often said." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Never is a good verse too often said. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

50. "When your neighbor's wall breaks, your own is in danger." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

When your neighbor's wall breaks, your own is in danger. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings

 

51. "Everyone wants to live long, but no one wants to be called old." (Icelandic Sayings) Click to tweet

Everyone wants to live long, but no one wants to be called old. (Icelandic Sayings);  #EuropeanSayings