Proverbs and sayings are a very curious genre of folklore. Thomas Ful said that "a proverb is a lot of content, expressed in a few words." Indeed, we always use them in conversation. Sometimes they are a hint and advice for us on how to act in a given situation. Knowledge of proverbs and sayings helps to better understand the philosophy, traditions, habits and character of the people. In today's publication, we decided to introduce you to the proverbs and sayings of the ancient peoples.
The camel was asked: "Why is your neck crooked?" He said, "What is my straight line?"
Hungry and the skin of a leopard looks like cakes
Two will make peace if there is no third between them
Worn silk doesn't even fit a donkey saddle
Her horns are not a burden for a goat
Don't be too sweet or they will eat
No matter how much you hit the donkey, the horse will not come out of it
The beggar has no taxes, no losses
Someone else's donkey seems stronger than his
Desires, like God, but man has no strength
Spoiled dog becomes a puppy
Whoever feels ashamed begins to feel duty
Not the heart, but the word mother of hate Strong and proud won't get along
A shepherd should not strive to become a farmer
The king is generous, courtiers are helpful
A tongue without meat, where you turn, it turns there Wealth is not in property, but in talent
Envy is to the mind - what pain to the eyes
There is no worthy word and no answer
If the stone breaks the gold cup, the price of the stone will not rise and the price of gold will not decrease.
Clay of wife and husband from one trough
The sky question is the rope answer
Who is generous does not need to be brave
The fox was asked: "Who is your witness?" - she replied - "My tail"
I don't know - and my soul is calm
The dead are not allowed to bleed
The resulting vinegar is better than the promised halva
What Khoja-Ali, what Ali-Khoja
The craft that you have learned is more valuable than the wealth of all the masters
You will understand the price of your father when you yourself take a sip from the son of grief
Work, no matter how difficult, bless it, it is your treasury
If you want to go to the mill, keep in line
When the snake gets old, the frog rides it
Dog does not eat dog meat
Bread is taken from a downtrodden man and a dog
A tree untouched by worms will live for a thousand years
Better to be a master in a village than a servant in a city
If you are a chicken, why are you laying goose eggs?
The female sword never rusts
All human wisdom cannot fit in one head
No matter how lightly you hit the thorn, it will still sink into your hand.
There is one horseshoe, it remains to buy three more and a horse
A short man pretends to be king three times a day
The fire of the heart blows smoke into the head
Gold in the ground does not deteriorate
The bad thing comes back to the owner