"před heřmánkem smekni, před bezinkou klekni" meaning in Czech

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Proverb

IPA: [ˈpr̝̊ɛd‿ɦɛr̝maːŋkɛm ˈsmɛkɲɪ ǀ ˈpr̝̊ɛd‿bɛzɪŋkou̯ ˈklɛkɲɪ]
Etymology: Literally, “take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder”. Etymology templates: {{m-g|take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder}} “take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder”, {{lit|take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder}} Literally, “take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder” Head templates: {{head|cs|proverb|head=před heřmánkem smekni, před bezinkou klekni}} před heřmánkem smekni, před bezinkou klekni
  1. the proverb expresses the awareness of high healing powers of camomile (Matricaria recutita) and even higher ones of black elder (Sambucus nigra) Categories (topical): Medicine Categories (lifeform): Herbs Synonyms: před heřmánkem smekni, před bezem klekni
    Sense id: en-před_heřmánkem_smekni,_před_bezinkou_klekni-cs-proverb-Jw8qb3d~ Categories (other): Czech proverbs, Czech reduplications

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  "etymology_templates": [
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      "args": {
        "1": "take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder"
      },
      "expansion": "“take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder”",
      "name": "m-g"
    },
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder"
      },
      "expansion": "Literally, “take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder”",
      "name": "lit"
    }
  ],
  "etymology_text": "Literally, “take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder”.",
  "head_templates": [
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  "lang_code": "cs",
  "pos": "proverb",
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      "examples": [
        {
          "english": "That day we went cutting black elder blossoms. My grandma used to say: “Take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder.” Camomile, or kamilky as it used to be called, was applied for one's good health and beauty; it was used to make tea, medical compress, for various inflammations and cramps, for stomachache and toothache […]",
          "ref": "1992, Anna Graf, Jak říkala babička, Praha: Tezaurus, page 113",
          "text": "Toho dne jsme šly řezat květy černého bezu. Bábi říkala : „Před heřmánkem smekni, před bezinkou klekni.\" Heřmánek, častěji se říkalo kamilky, byl pro zdraví i pro krásu; byl na čaj, na obklady, na všelijaké záněty a křeče, na bolení břicha i zubů[…]",
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        ],
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        {
          "word": "před heřmánkem smekni, před bezem klekni"
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    {
      "ipa": "[ˈpr̝̊ɛd‿ɦɛr̝maːŋkɛm ˈsmɛkɲɪ ǀ ˈpr̝̊ɛd‿bɛzɪŋkou̯ ˈklɛkɲɪ]"
    }
  ],
  "word": "před heřmánkem smekni, před bezinkou klekni"
}
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      "args": {
        "1": "take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder"
      },
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      "name": "m-g"
    },
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder"
      },
      "expansion": "Literally, “take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder”",
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      },
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        {
          "english": "That day we went cutting black elder blossoms. My grandma used to say: “Take your hat off to camomile, kneel down before black elder.” Camomile, or kamilky as it used to be called, was applied for one's good health and beauty; it was used to make tea, medical compress, for various inflammations and cramps, for stomachache and toothache […]",
          "ref": "1992, Anna Graf, Jak říkala babička, Praha: Tezaurus, page 113",
          "text": "Toho dne jsme šly řezat květy černého bezu. Bábi říkala : „Před heřmánkem smekni, před bezinkou klekni.\" Heřmánek, častěji se říkalo kamilky, byl pro zdraví i pro krásu; byl na čaj, na obklady, na všelijaké záněty a křeče, na bolení břicha i zubů[…]",
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        ],
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  "sounds": [
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      "ipa": "[ˈpr̝̊ɛd‿ɦɛr̝maːŋkɛm ˈsmɛkɲɪ ǀ ˈpr̝̊ɛd‿bɛzɪŋkou̯ ˈklɛkɲɪ]"
    }
  ],
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    {
      "word": "před heřmánkem smekni, před bezem klekni"
    }
  ],
  "word": "před heřmánkem smekni, před bezinkou klekni"
}

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