Listen carefully, speak seasonably.
Friendships and loves are forgotten, and when they meet, they talk like strangers, like passers-by.
After the work is done, repose is sweet.
The soft rope corrodes the dry stone.
First aid by god, second by neighbour.
The misfortunes of the first ones, a bridge for the second ones.
Cheap meat is eaten by dogs.
A workshop should have a lame master.
Mind your clothes so that you can keep half of them.
The good lad always knows of an alternate path.
The one hand washes the other, and both wash the face.
An eagle does not catch flies.
When you hear of many cherries, hold a small basket.
No matter how much you wash a black person, you are wasting your soap.
A thorn stings even if it’s small.
Penny wise and pound foolish.
The children of the wise cook before they get hungry.
Love your friend with his foibles.
Don’t trouble a quiet snake.
An old cat likes young mice.