„He who has a good woman's love is ashamed of every ill deed.“

Swer guotes wîbes minne hât,
der schamt sich aller missetât.
"Waz sol ein man, der niht engert", line 11; translation from Henry John Chaytor The Troubadours (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1912) p. 128.
Original: (lb) Swer guotes wîbes minne hât,<br/>der schamt sich aller missetât.

Original

Swer guotes wîbes minne hât,<br/>der schamt sich aller missetât.

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