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  1. If you want to keep camels, have a big enough door.
    Afghan Proverb ( - )

    =K Found in: af03.htm


  2. The camel and his driver -- each has his own plan.
    African Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    = Found in: NA.htm


  3. Better a handful of dry dates and content therewith than to own the Gate of Peacocks and be kicked in the eye by a broody camel.
    Arabian Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    = Found in: NA.htm


  4. He who steals an egg will steal a camel.
    Arabian Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    = Found in: NA.htm


  5. IF the camel once gets his nose in the tent, his body will soon follow.
    Arabian Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    = Found in: NA.htm


  6. Trust in Allah, but tie up your camel.
    Arabian Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    = Found in: NA.htm


  7. He who rides a camel should not be afraid of dogs.
    Berber Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    = Found in: NA.htm


  8. Is the white camel made of fat?
    Berber Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    = Found in: NA.htm


  9. Better half a donkey than half a camel.
    Egyptian Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  10. If you love, love the moon; if you steal, steal a camel.
    Egyptian Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  11. The barking of a dog does not disturb the man on a camel.
    Egyptian Proverb ( - )

    =K Found in: eg01.htm


  12. When a slave mounts a camel he wants to ride on both humps.
    Egyptian Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  13. One camel does not make fun of another camel's hump.
    Ghanaian Proverb ( - )

    =K Found in: gh02.htm


  14. One camel does not make fun of the other camel's hump.
    Guinean Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  15. When a camel is at the foot of a mountain then judge of his height.
    Hindu Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    =R Found in: hn01.htm


  16. Be like a camel -- carrying sweets but dining on thorns.
    Indian Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  17. When a camel is at the foot of a mountain only then judge his height.
    Indian Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  18. A camel does not drink with a spoon.
    Iranian Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  19. Where the camel is sold for a cent, the ass is worthless.
    Iranian Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  20. It is easier to make a camel jump a ditch than to make a fool listen to reason.
    Kurdish Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    =R Found in: kd03.htm


  21. Good advice once was worth a camel; now that it is free of charge, no one takes it.
    Lebanese Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  22. If you fall in love let her be a beauty; if you should steal, let it be a camel.
    Lebanese Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  23. Two things cannot be hidden: being astride a camel and being pregnant.
    Lebanese Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  24. Little by little, the camel goes into the couscous.
    Moroccan Proverb ( - )

    =N Found in: mo03.htm


  25. The elephant's track treads out the camel's.
    Nigerien Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  26. Trust in Allah, but tie your camel.
    Old Muslim Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    = Found in: NA.htm


  27. Trust in God -- but tie your camel tight.
    Persian Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    =K Found in: pr01.htm


  28. Death is a black camel that lies down at every door. Sooner or later you must ride the camel.
    Saudi Arabian Proverb ( - )

    =K Found in: sa14.htm


  29. Death rides a fast camel.
    Saudi Arabian Proverb ( - )

    =K Found in: sa15.htm


  30. Trust in God, but tie your camel.
    Saudi Arabian Proverb ( - )

    =K Found in: sa10.htm


  31. At twenty a man will be a peacock, at thirty a lion, at forty a camel, at fifty a serpent, at sixty a dog, at seventy a monkey, and at eighty nothing.
    Spanish Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


  32. The last straw breaks the camel's back.
    Traditional Proverb ( - )
    * denotes a proverb from a 'culture' (or ethnic group) within a country or that spans several countries.
    =N Found in: aa14.htm


  33. Death is the black camel that kneels before every door.
    Turkish Proverb ( - )

    = Found in: NA.htm


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