Penn Dutch Proverbs: Frogs & Poison

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Frogs & Poison

Proverb: Gleene Grodde hen aa Gift. Translation: Little toads have poison too. What it really means: No viper so little but hath its venom. [Tweet “Can you decipher this penn dutch proverb? “Little toads have poison too.””] Are you new here?...
Penn Dutch Proverbs: Birthday

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Birthday

Proverb: Graad wie der Herr sie zu der Dier nausgelosst hot. Translation: Just as the Lord let them out the doors. What it really means: Naked. [Tweet “Can you decipher this penn dutch proverb? “Just as the Lord let them out the doors.””] Are...
Penn Dutch Proverbs: Clever Hens

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Clever Hens

Proverb: En gscheit Hinkel legt aa alsemol newich’s Nescht. Translation: Even a clever hen will lay outside the nest. What it really means: Mistakes are made even by the best of families.   Good news! The Imposter (e-book only) is on sale for $2.99! Amazon...
Penn Dutch Proverbs: Birthday

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Short Hair

Proverb: Katze Haar sin glei gebascht. Translation: Short hair is soon brushed. What it really means: Where there is little, there is little to be had. Are you new here? You might want to subscribe to my email updates, or follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest,...
Penn Dutch Proverbs: Little Things

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Little Things

Proverb: Vum Hunnert ins Dausend. Translation: From hundreds to thousands. What it really means: To jump from one trivial thing to another. Are you new here? You might want to subscribe to my email updates, or follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, or...

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