A barking dog doesn't bite. (Meaning: Someone who lets out his fury by shouting will not do any physical harm. Display of aggression is usually bluff.)
A guest will not eat what he hopes for but what he finds.
A man is as wise as his head, not his years. (Used to make a point that even an old person may not have all the wisdom.)
A son will learn from his father to make a living, a daughter will learn from her mother to cut clothes.
A bird will not fly with one wing.
A heart in love with beauty never grows old.
A man is judged by his work.
A stupid friend is a greater plague than a wise enemy.
A boxwood comb for a bald head. (Used to make a point when a person indulges beyond his financial means.)
A horse knows his rider by his spurs.
A man who seeks a perfect friend, will remain friendless.
A thousand friends are too few; one enemy is one too many.
A broke merchant counted his small change.
A hungry bear won't dance.
A man will sacrifice his head to conquer a heart.
A thousand regrets do not cancel one debt.
A building without foundation is soon demolished.
A hungry bear won't play around.
A man without grief is not a man.
A thousand years hence the river will run as it did.
If you speak the truth, have one foot in the stirrup.
Your neighbor’s right is God’s right.