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75 Arabic Proverbs

Give a man some cloth and he'll ask for some lining.

He fasted for a whole year and then broke his fast with an onion.

He who peeps at the neighbor's window may chance to lose his eyes.

He who plants thorns must never expect to gather roses.

He who sees the calamity of other people finds his own calamity light.

If a poor man ate it, they would say it was because of his stupidity.

Many are the roads that do not lead to the heart.

Meaningless laughter is a sign of ill-breeding.

Measure your guilt, then stretch your legs.

Meat and mass never hindered man.

No crowd ever waited at the gates of patience.

No cure, no pay.

Older than you by a day, wiser than you by a year.

One hand cannot applaud.

One hand for oneself and one for the ship.

Only the tent pitched by your own hands will stand.

Only three things in life are certain birth, death and change.

Patience is beautiful.

Proverbs are the lamp of speech.

Seek counsel of him who makes you weep, and not of him who makes you laugh.

Seven trades but no luck.

Shall the gosling teach the goose to swim?

Shallow waters mak' maist din.

The ass went seeking for horns and lost his ears.

The dogs may bark but the caravan moves on.