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Love African Proverbs

Love African Proverbs

Love African Proverbs

Love African Proverbs

Love African Proverbs

Love African proverbs translated into French, Creole, Simplified Chinese, Spanish and Portuguese. Love African proverbs teach love is a variety of different feelings that each benefit from the relationship.

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Love African Proverbs

Laughter is exterior, but love is in the heart.

He who loves you, loves you with your dirt.

Where there is love there is no darkness.

Love attracts happiness; it brings near that which is far.

Love and smoke are two things that cannot be concealed.

Love has its reasons, which reasons it does not know.

Do not throw your hook where there are no fish.

Shelter your candle and it will give you light.

A woman who lost her rival has no sorrow.

If you love honey, fear not the bees.

Aimez les proverbes africains

Le rire est extérieur, mais l'amour est dans le cœur.

Celui qui vous aime, vous aime avec votre saleté.

Là où il y a de l'amour, il n'y a pas d'obscurité.

L'amour attire le bonheur; ça rapproche ce qui est loin.

L'amour et la fumée sont deux choses qui ne peuvent pas être cachées.

L'amour a ses raisons, quelles raisons il ne sait pas.

Ne jetez pas votre hameçon là où il n'y a pas de poisson.

Abritez votre bougie et cela vous donnera de la lumière.

Une femme qui a perdu son rival n'a pas de chagrin.

Si vous aimez le miel, ne craignez pas les abeilles.

Renmen Afriken Pwovèb

Renmen Afriken Pwovèb

Ri se eksteryè, men renmen se nan kè an.

Moun ki renmen ou, renmen ou ak pousyè tè ou.

Kote ki gen lanmou pa gen fènwa.

Lanmou atire bonè; li pote tou pre sa ki byen lwen.

Lanmou ak fimen se de bagay ki pa ka kache.

Renmen gen rezon li yo, ki rezon li pa konnen.

Pa jete zen ou kote pa gen pwason.

Abri balèn ou epi li pral ba ou limyè.

Yon fanm ki pèdi rival li pa gen lapenn.

Si ou renmen siwo myèl, pa pè myèl yo.

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Amo los proverbios africanos

La risa es exterior, pero el amor está en el corazón.

El que te ama, te ama con tu suciedad.

Donde hay amor no hay oscuridad.

El amor atrae la felicidad; acerca lo que está lejos.

El amor y el humo son dos cosas que no se pueden ocultar.

El amor tiene sus razones, que lo desconocen.

No arrojes tu anzuelo donde no haya peces.

Guarda tu vela y te dará luz.

Una mujer que perdió a su rival no tiene pena.

Si amas la miel, no temas a las abejas.

Onde há amor não há escuridão.

Provérbios africanos do amor

O riso é exterior, mas o amor está no coração.

Aquele que te ama, te ama com sua sujeira.

Onde há amor não há escuridão.

O amor atrai a felicidade; isso aproxima aquilo que está longe.

Amor e fumaça são duas coisas que não podem ser escondidas.

O amor tem suas razões, razões que não conhece.

Não jogue o seu anzol onde não há peixe.

Abrace sua vela e ela lhe dará luz.

Uma mulher que perdeu seu rival não tem tristeza.

Se você ama o mel, não tema as abelhas.

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