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Dá fheabhas é an t-ól is é an tart a dheireadh Good as drink is, it ends in thirst. Irish Saying A little fire that warms is better than a big fire that burns. Irish Saying

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There is no tax on talk

Irish Saying

Enough and no waste is as good as a feast.

Irish Saying

The magic of Christmas lingers on

Though childhood days have passed

Upon the common round of life

A Holy Spell is cast

Old Celtic verse

It is easy to halve the potato where there is love.

Irish Proverb

There’s no need to fear the wind if your haystacks are tied down.

Irish Saying

Wisdom is the comb given to a man after he has lost his hair.

Irish Saying

If you give the loan of your britches, don’t cut off the buttons.

Irish Saying

The borrowed horse has hard hoofs.

Irish Saying

May the enemies of Ireland never eat bread nor drink whisky, but be tormented with itching without benefit of scratching.

Irish toast.

Three best to have in plenty – sunshine, wisdom and generosity.

Irish Triad

Everyone lays a burden on the willing horse.

Irish Saying

God is good, but never dance in a small boat.

Irish Saying

Never scald your lips with another man’s porridge.

Irish Saying

It’s why women marry – the creatures, God bless them, are too shy to say no.

Irish Saying

Don’t be breaking your shin on a stool that’s not in your way.

Irish Saying

A whistling woman and a crowing hen

will bring no luck to the house they are in.

Irish Saying

Wide is the door of the little cottage.

Irish Saying

You can’t kiss an Irish girl unexpectedly. You can only kiss her sooner than she thought you would.

Irish Saying

Show the fatted calf, but not the thing that fattened him.

Irish Saying

An old broom knows the dirty corners best.

Irish Saying

God made time, but man made haste.

Irish Saying

Get down on your knees and thank God you’re still on your feet.

Irish Saying

Many a sudden change takes place on a spring day.

Irish Saying

You’ll never plough a field by turning it over in your mind.

Irish Saying

Marriages are all happy. It’s having breakfast together that causes all the trouble.

Irish Saying

What butter and whiskey won’t cure, there is no cure for.

Irish Saying

The old person is a child twice.

Irish Saying

For a young man contemplating marriage: That you might have nicer legs than your own under your table before the new spuds are up.

Irish Saying

Though wisdom is good in the beginning, it is better at the end.

Irish Saying

Men are like bagpipes – no sound comes from them until they are full.

Irish Saying

Don’t make little of your dish for it may be an ignorant fellow who judges it.

Irish Saying

The man who has luck in the morning has luck in the afternoon.

Irish Saying

A man without a blackthorn stick is a man without an expedient.

1

Is fearr Gaeilge briste, ná Béarla clíste.

Iss faar Gay-el-geh brish-teh naw Bay-er-lah clish-teh

Broken Irish is better than clever English.

In Obama’s Ireland Visit this May 2011, he spoke Gaelic and used this Irish saying ‘Broken Irish is better than clever English.’ This saying’s message is ‘Use whatever Gaelic you have, doesn’t matter how poor.’ You can see Obama’s speech on Youtube

2

An té a luíonn le madaí, eiroidh sé le dearnaid.

On tay a lee-on le maw-dee aye-rogue shay le dar-nid.

He who lies down with dogs, gets up with fleas.(If you mix with the wrong company, you’ll pay for it.)

3

Is minic a bhris béal duine a shrón.

Iss min-ick a vrish bay-al din-eh a hrone.