English: Patience leads to an
English: You can be punished as you do sin on the spot. But for others, it can come later. Meaning: As for the punishment of sin, some are immediate
English: What was withheld as secret thought will come out through a slip of tongue.
4. Ilti allatin nyatu wahi ingartu ; gurri allatin nyatu wahi ind’agau.
English: An eye that vultures peck at does not see; an ear that vultures peck at does not hear
5. Huqon darba alati, muyoni du dirsa alati.
English: The weak cow will blame whoever pushes it for its fall; the weak woman will blame her husband’s death for her downfall.
6. Arbi ilk
English: The elephant does not get
7. At Mormad
English: You may deny that you were fed, but your body will tell.
8. Okon wan as
English: A rake recommends that it be used first to fetch the rubbish that is nearest.
English: One hand alone cannot wash the body.
English: The donkey lamented that while it was pleading for horns, its ears were cut off.