26 Sayings of Angolan Origin - Strong Love Quotes

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26 Sayings of Angolan Origin

1. "Any visitor to the country who drinks from the River Bengo will never want to leave." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

Any visitor to the country who drinks from the River Bengo will never want to leave. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

2. "What the guest would like is what the host is ashamed to offer as not being good enough and the guest is disappointed." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

What the guest would like is what the host is ashamed to offer as not being good enough and the guest is disappointed. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

3. "The one who throws the stone forgets; the one who is hit remembers forever." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

The one who throws the stone forgets; the one who is hit remembers forever. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

4. "One spoon of soup in need has more value than a pot of soup when we have an abundance of food." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

One spoon of soup in need has more value than a pot of soup when we have an abundance of food. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

5. "Chance all; see what destiny yields." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

Chance all; see what destiny yields. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

6. "Don't despise the nut, one day it will be a palm tree." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't despise the nut, one day it will be a palm tree. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

7. "The real journey of discovery begins in old age." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

The real journey of discovery begins in old age. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

8. "Appearances are deceitful." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

Appearances are deceitful. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

9. "In the larger affairs the minor are forgotten." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

In the larger affairs the minor are forgotten. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

10. "The squirrel does not talk back to the elephant." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

The squirrel does not talk back to the elephant. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

11. "There is no hurry about the matter in hand." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

There is no hurry about the matter in hand. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

12. "To be sure that your friend is a friend, you must go with him on a journey, travel with him day and night, go with him near and far." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

To be sure that your friend is a friend, you must go with him on a journey, travel with him day and night, go with him near and far. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

13. "Early corn is best, so the firstborn is the one to delight in." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

Early corn is best, so the firstborn is the one to delight in. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

14. "You cannot do without water, even if it drowned your child." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

You cannot do without water, even if it drowned your child. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

15. "The mouse does not talk back to the lion." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

The mouse does not talk back to the lion. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

16. "Body is easily satisfied but not the heart." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

Body is easily satisfied but not the heart. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

17. "He who goes to Our Lady of Muxima with an evil heart risks being drowned crossing the river to get there." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

He who goes to Our Lady of Muxima with an evil heart risks being drowned crossing the river to get there. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

18. "As the ocimbamba seeks the low lying tree so friends gather to the friendly person." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

As the ocimbamba seeks the low lying tree so friends gather to the friendly person. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

19. "A person of pleasant and agreeable appearance but close and exacting, driver of hard bargains." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

A person of pleasant and agreeable appearance but close and exacting, driver of hard bargains. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

20. "Labor has sure reward." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

Labor has sure reward. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

21. "There is not enough room for two elephants to sit in the same shade." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

There is not enough room for two elephants to sit in the same shade. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

22. "Beyond your sphere your importance wanes." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

Beyond your sphere your importance wanes. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

23. "The mysterious road beckons the young man." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

The mysterious road beckons the young man. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

24. "It is the voyage not the ship that matters." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

It is the voyage not the ship that matters. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

25. "The crocodile is only strong in the water." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

The crocodile is only strong in the water. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

26. "It is the destiny of the donkey to carry the heavy burden." (Angolan Sayings) Click to tweet

It is the destiny of the donkey to carry the heavy burden. (Angolan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings