Proverb Source Haitian



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  • Proverb Source: Haitian [1]

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    A stumble is not a fall.
    Category: Adversity Source: Haitian
    All food is fit to eat but not all words are fit to speak.
    Category: Discretion Source: Haitian
    Eggs have no business dancing with stones.
    Category: Prudence Source: Haitian
    If you want your eggs hatched, sit on them yourself.
    Category: Self-reliance Source: Haitian
    A stumble is not a fall.

    Source: Haitian
    An empty sack cannot stand up.

    Source: Haitian
    Beat the dog; wait for its master.

    Source: Haitian
    Beyond the mountain is another mountain.

    Source: Haitian
    Children aren't dogs; adults aren't gods.

    Source: Haitian
    Children have wide ears and long tongues.

    Source: Haitian
    Children learn to creep ere they can learn to go.

    Source: Haitian
    If someone sweats for you, you change his shirt.

    Source: Haitian
    If work were good for you, the rich would leave none for the poor.

    Source: Haitian
    If ye do wrang, mak amends.

    Source: Haitian
    If you want your eggs hatched, sit on them yourself.

    Source: Haitian
    Ignorance doesn't kill you, but it does make you sweat a lot.

    Source: Haitian
    Poor people entertain with the heart.

    Source: Haitian
    The child of a tiger is a tiger.

    Source: Haitian
    The child saith nothing but what he heard at the fireside.

    Source: Haitian
    The child says nothing, but what it heard by the fire.

    Source: Haitian
    The crab that walks too far falls into the pot.

    Source: Haitian
    The donkey sweats so the horse can be decorated with lace.

    Source: Haitian
    The goat which has many owners will be left to die in the sun.

    Source: Haitian
    The pencil of God has no eraser.

    Source: Haitian
    When the cat's stomach is full, the rat's back is bitter.

    Source: Haitian
    Haitian [1]