832 Hungarian Proverbs / Page 42
821. Who knows what tomorrow will bring.
822. Whom a serpent has bitten, is afraid of a lizard.
823. Whosoever chooses to deny their past can not expect to find a future.
824. Wise men learn by others' harm.
825. Without driving even a goat would not go to the market.
826. Work is burning down to his nail.
827. You do not needed a basket to pick well-knows strawberries.
828. You haven't yet caught the bird, still you are already plucking her.
829. You may go to Kukutyin to sharpen oats.
830. You should not only know what is right but also do it.
831. You try to trade at a deserted place.
832. You'd better have one hundred who envy you than one who is sorry for you.