21 Sayings of Mauritanian Origin - Strong Love Quotes

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21 Sayings of Mauritanian Origin

1. "A donkey which goes to grow horns returns with its ears cut off." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

A donkey which goes to grow horns returns with its ears cut off. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

2. "One must talk little, and listen a lot." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

One must talk little, and listen a lot. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

3. "The bigger the head, the bigger the headaches." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

The bigger the head, the bigger the headaches. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

4. "Before eating, open your mouth." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

Before eating, open your mouth. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

5. "The tail does not lead the head." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

The tail does not lead the head. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

6. "Before one cooks, one must have the meat." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

Before one cooks, one must have the meat. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

7. "He who loves money must labor." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who loves money must labor. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

8. "A cutting word is worse than a bowstring; a cut may heal but the cut of the tongue does not." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

A cutting word is worse than a bowstring; a cut may heal but the cut of the tongue does not. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

9. "The sheep that wants to grow a long horn must have a strong skull." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

The sheep that wants to grow a long horn must have a strong skull. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

10. "He whose clothes are too fine, shall go about in rags." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

He whose clothes are too fine, shall go about in rags. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

11. "Not all the flowers of a tree produce fruit." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

Not all the flowers of a tree produce fruit. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

12. "Two eyes see better than one." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

Two eyes see better than one. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

13. "Open your mouth before you eat." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

Open your mouth before you eat. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

14. "Too large a morsel chokes the child." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

Too large a morsel chokes the child. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

15. "He who has no spoon will burn his hands." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who has no spoon will burn his hands. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

16. "To manage yourself, use your head; to manage others, use your heart." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

To manage yourself, use your head; to manage others, use your heart. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

17. "Not all the tree's blossoms will bear fruit." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

Not all the tree's blossoms will bear fruit. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

18. "It is only the water that is spilled; the bowl is not broken!" (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is only the water that is spilled; the bowl is not broken! (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

19. "He who begins a conversation does not foresee the end." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who begins a conversation does not foresee the end. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

20. "A stone from the hand of a friend is an apple." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

A stone from the hand of a friend is an apple. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

21. "If you watch your pot, your food will not burn." (Mauritanian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you watch your pot, your food will not burn. (Mauritanian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings