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Love is beautiful in every language African Proverbs

Love is beautiful in every language African Proverbs

Collection of African proverbs about love. Uthando, Upendo, Lief, ፍቅር, Amour, Ƙauna, Ịhụnanya, Love is beautiful in every language.


Love is beautiful in every language African Proverbs


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Wisdom of love African proverbs gathered by the ancestors.



Love African Proverbs

Ancient African Proverbs About Love


One who loves should not hate - African Proverb

Let your love be like the misty rains, coming softly, but flooding the river - Malagasy Proverb

When troubles befall a person, then he finds out those who love them - African Proverb

Children are the reward of life. - African Proverb

If you are ugly you must either learn to dance or make love. - African Proverb

The gazelle gives birth to its kind. - The Democratic Republic of Congo African Proverb

You don’t pursue two partridge at the same time. - The Democratic Republic of Congo African Proverb

Water enters your bottle when it loves you. - Liberian African Proverb

A leopard of authority never fights by strength - Liberian African Proverb

Wedding celebration in The Democratic Republic of Congo
Wedding celebration in The Democratic Republic of Congo


The education and reading of African proverbs about love is not a mission for missionaries and teachers alone. It is equally for all who love wisdom learned from Proverbs of Africa. Proverbs from Africa are for all who are interested in the wisdom of their family tree and who can do with further lessons in the use of African proverbs. These proverbs are just a speck of the wealth of knowledge and wisdom of the people of Africa.

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