Georgian Proverbs & Sayings (51 Proverbs)


  • When they came to milk the cow she said "I am an ox", and when they came to harness her she said "I am a cow".
    (Georgian Proverb)

  • A Tatar says to a Tatar: Call me Aga and I will call you Aga, and we shall both be Agas.
    (Georgian Proverb)

  • The dog was asked: Why do you bark? - To scare the wolves. - Why do you wag your tail? -What do you think, am I not afraid of wolves?
    (Georgian Proverb)

  • The fox which was caught in a snare called: If I shall not get the whole chicken, I will not be satisfied with the drumstick.
    (Georgian Proverb)

  • The mother said "I will die", the wife said "I will marry", and in the meantime the house is full of dirt.
    (Georgian Proverb)


  • The person in a hurry usually arrives late.
    (Georgian Proverb)

  • The wolf told the dog: It does not matter that I run and you follow me, what matters is that when I turn around you will be next to me.
    (Georgian Proverb)

  • The world can be conquered with words, but not with drawn swords.
    (Georgian Proverb)

  • The rooster said, "I shall cry but whether the sun rises God knows."
    (Georgian Proverb)

  • Give a blind man eyes and he will ask for eyebrows.
    (Georgian Proverb)


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