The leopard licks both its black and white spots.ZULU PROVERBS
Buck leaps there where its mother has leaped.
You are playing using the hoe. An individual should not operate in any way.
You climb to the House, as if you were a dog.
There is absolutely not any hillside with no grave.
You are on the top of the pole like a locust.
You feed me weed with a pole. You trouble me exceedingly.
The turners back are On ahead, they (dogs) will reduce the hare.
We're drifting in the belly of a bullock.
You're creeping to the fire-place.
I trod on its own (snake tail).
His heads cut off, the remainder might be abandoned.
He the man or woman who favors odd his own people.
It is wise for a kid to lose its father than its mother.
He who makes the chief does not live (extended).
You will get up the fire but not warm yourself.
There's no sunlight that sets Without its affairs.
We'll request it (beef). if it is cooked.
To donate is to supply for one'self.
A fantastic thing has pulled both ways.
The bush (to which you operate for shelter) isn't Defiled (with feces).
The word of the bad man is allowed afterward.
The wood-shaving killed the elephant (by striking it at the eye).
There is no bet that grew old with its bark still on.
You're in a hurry to plant, where has it been raining?
A partridge has fallen from the yard. - Said of (or to) some who has great luck.
Who obtained harm does Not overlook the one who injures forgets. Obovata) tree bends when dry.
A sense of isolation killed the calf.
She thought she would be married to a chief.
There's not any sweetheart with no fault.
The ground doesn't get fat.
He who slaughters his own beast Isn't forbidden.
The guy's loin-dress-tail is sewn in the Company of other men.
Grab it (sunlight ) before its own sets.
A nice plate is not (long) eaten off from.
He Won't eat out of his Children's bud.
The nice fig is filled with maggots.
He is a person who likes to be looked at, like a long-haired goat.
Life brings forth some- times a male, sometimes female.
It (the sun) sets out of my way.
The wound of a person is not laughed at.
Makes the first last and the last first or the poor wealthy and the rich bad.
This (company) which trainings later is considered (many).
He's pushed me along in my knees.
Who has a milking-pail shouldn't be obliged to milk on the ground.
They (sheep) die through one.
To select the nut out from its shell.
The smoking-horn dried up as to its own water (with which it's partially full when smoking).
Remains stirred with all the older spoon.
He had been kicked by an elephant on His torso.
A dog which will eat the bones Gets used to it.
Do you think I'll clear out all my milk-vessels going away? - Do you expect I tell you all my secrets?
An inguana that does not eat anyone's pumpkins.
A good-natured man who does nobody harm.
It (the roll of tobacco) rotted still bound together.
We will see the birds which will eat them.
Look at him thrusting himself among soldiers when the regiment is not his own.
The wild fig is ripened.
Do you think I am going to wait for larger drops?
It (the seed) is so, it came forth from the ground-nut.
At the place where the wild buck eats in the day time (without fear), where there is free-living.
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