(You can't succeed if you don't try. Rotting Christ uses this in their Ritual's album first song and it sounds epic. In Reply to: "The Devil" sayings or phrases posted by ESC on May 17, 2009 at 20:17:: : I am interested in the origins of the following phrases or sayings, in addition to "The Devil (always) looks after his own" which has already been asked about and answered under my "Various phrases". The devil knows more due to being old than by being the devil. ~ South American Proverb, The devil looks after his own. ~ Traditional Proverb, One devil does not make hell. A church without a leader is prey for the devil. ), Dime con quién andas y te diré quién eres. ~ Latvian Proverb, The devil places a pillow for a drunken man to fall upon. Spanish Proverbs on Woman (36 Proverbs) Go to friends for advice, woman for love, strangers for charity and relatives for nothing. ~ Spanish Proverb, If the devil is powerless, send him a woman. ~ Serbian Proverb, Ugliness is the only guardian angel a woman has. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. If you like fear, you come and they make a performance and the actors scare you in a couple of dark scary rooms. ~ Italian Proverb, Talk of the devil and you hear his bones rattle. ~ Ukrainian Proverb, You can sell the devil if he is well cooked. You can find the Devil's shadow in every human religion, because everyone knows … Low (like "ow, my arm") no-me de nee-a dee-o Satano la play bree-lanta. ~ French Proverb, The devil hides behind the cross. A caballo regalado no se le mira el diente. ~ Chilean Proverb, Where the woman goes the devil follows. I recommended my friend to use shemhemforash. ~ Ukranian Proverb, A woman has even cheated the devil. See 7 authoritative translations of Devil in Spanish with example sentences, phrases and audio pronunciations. ~ Polish Proverb, An atheist is one point beyond the devil. (We each have our own cross to bear. ~ Czech Proverb, The devil gives even rich men presents. The leaves fall from the sky for him who was born for the tamal (a traditional Mexican food made from corn leaves). The devil is not so black as he is painted. ), Eso es harina de otro costal. ~ Traditional Proverb, Who stands bail for someone is being teased by the devil. Who stands bail for someone is being teased by the devil. Lo que en los libros no está, la vida te enseñará. In the name of our lord Satan, something (?) Psalms 119:97-120 … (O, para el hambre no hay mal pan.) ), 31 Spanish Sayings With English Translations. ~ Lithuanian Proverb, When he was fifteen the devil was a good looking boy. ~ Chinese Proverb, The servant of the devil does more than is asked for. ~English Proverb, You are permitted in times of great danger to walk with the devil until you have crossed the bridge. And my friend says that he got a new role - a possessed person. Here you will find a collection of a sayings, one for each day of the month. Learn Christmas Song ‘Los Peces en el Río’ in Spanish and English, 13 Grammatical Mistakes You Can Avoid When Speaking Spanish, Hansel y Gretel: Children's Story in Spanish With Vocabulary Lessons, Oh santa noche (‘O Holy Night’ in Spanish), Using ‘Que’ and Other Relative Pronouns in Spanish, How To Use ‘Un’ and ‘Una’ in Spanish (or Leave Them Out). ~ Spanish Proverb, The devil catches most souls in a golden net. [the Devil is reading Allison's diary] Elliot Richards: You can't read that, that's private stuff! ~ English Proverb, Young saints, old devils. ~ Turkish Prover, Suspicion bears dark devils. Sorry I'm really bad at latin, Yeah, but it's the most popular one, I've already recommended it to my friend, In the name of Satan, by the power of Hell, Hell's gate open. El diablo sabe más por viejo que por diablo. ~ French Proverb, When the devil grows poor he becomes a tax collector. Cada uno lleva su cruz. The shrimp that falls asleep gets carried away by the current. on hand. Quien no tiene, perder no puede. There already are some great reccomendations in the comments. I could go on all day. If you want the dog, accept the fleas. This page is a compilation of, He that jokes confesses. ~ German Proverb, He who sows the seed of discord works in the devil’s barn. ~ French Proverb, The devil can swallow a woman but he can’t digest her. ), Las desgracias nunca vienen solas. ~ Indian Proverb, Make a pact with the devil until you have crossed the bridge. Tell me with whom you walk and I will tell you who you are. ~ French Proverb, The poorer you are, the more devils you meet. No hay mal que por bien no venga. ~ Russian Proverb, Better a devil you know than a hundred strangers. ~ Japanese Proverb, He to whom God gives no sons, the devil gives nephews. (God helps those who help themselves. ~ Spanish Proverb. A la luz de la tea, no hay mujer fea. ~ Traditional Proverb, Liberty is God’s gift, liberties the devil’s. adjective. The Devil: You're telling me, listen to this. ~ German Proverb, A dimple on the chin, the devil within. "Mi sangas pro la vundoj de inferaj trancxoj!" He asked me to prepare some scary Latin Satanic phrases for him. ~ Jamaican Proverb, Even the devil slaves for the fortunate. The dog that barks doesn't bite. I never did get any of the guys' names, but I brought them back home and all … "Ni vekigu la lordon de la abismo!" ~ French Proverb, Idle men tempt the devil; the devil tempts all others. Well, apparently I'm a specialist on Satanism. ~ Swedish Proverb, If the devil is your godfather you will be welcome in hell. A quien madruga, Dios le ayuda. El que la sigue, la consigue. I bleed from the wounds of hellish knives! ~ Indian Proverb, Money and the devil know no rest. (Not everything that glitters is gold.). Other iterations (here, here, here and here) attribute the extract to a book by C.S. ~ Walloon Proverb, Let the devil get into the church, and he will mount the altar. ~ Bulgarian Proverb, Where God builds a church, the devil builds a chapel. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Other Inspiring Sections. It's not Satanic, but my favourite phrase has always been, 'Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur. (Life is the best teacher.). ~ Guyanese Proverb, The devil visits the rich too — but he visits the poor twice. Eyes that do not see, heart that does not feel. (Or, there is no bad bread for hunger. The Spanish language is rich with refranes, sayings or proverbs that often become a shorthand way of conveying a thought or expressing a judgment. ~ German Proverb, Woman was born three days earlier than the devil.

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