Seachtain na Gaeilge

What the child sees the child does

It takes one to know one

It is in hardship that a friend is recognised

A person best knows where the shoe troubles him

The knot nearest the throat is the the one to release first

The calf eaten in the belly of the cow or don’t count your chickens before they’ve hatched

The herb that can’t be found is the very one which works

What the ghost writes, the ghost reads

What goes on for a long time loses its attractiveness

The very thing a person dreads most in the world could be the best thing for him

What can’t be cured must be endured

The lamb teaching its mother how to bleat

When the rod hardens with age it is difficult to bend it

The man who has a loaf will get a knife to cut it

The one who is out his share gets cold

Travellers have tales

When you are up, they drink to you

When you are down, they kick you

The person who gains the reputation of getting up early can sleep late