MAELE A SESOTHO PDF

Maele. Basali ke tau li mesana: Ke hore basali ke batho ba bohale ba litau empa haele ha ho tluoa ntoeng, ba keke ba loana joaloka litau. Hona ho bolela hore. Maele le maelana a #sesotho ka #sekgowa 1-Hale fete kgomo leje motho You doesn’t pass a cow and eat a person 2-Ntja pedi hae hlolwe ke sebata. MAELE A SESOTHO LE LITLHALOSO has members. Re bua ka puo ea sesotho fela le litlhaloso tsa mantsoe a thata.

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Days are not the same.

Ditabana di tswala ditaba. Ho bua hase ho phetha. Ke le ngotse ka matsoho, ha ke qetile ke le bala ka mahlo.

MAELE A SESOTHO LE MEKHOA EA HO A RUTA ((SOTHO PROVERBS, &c.)

Of jumping, jumping in thorns? To be close friends. Ho bonya le morwetsana. Tshwene ha e ipone lekopo. To be very busy.

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Dithoto ke lefa la ba bohale. Ho tshepa ntshepedi ya bontshepe.

The face is the index of the mind. Mohlankana ya dulang lehaheng?

maele – Bukantswe v.3 – Online Sesotho – English dictionary — Bukantswe ya Sesotho le Senyesemane

Shweshwe tsa mohlaka o moholo? A tall white man? Ho oma ka hloho. To learn from rumour. To tell one what he already knows. Smoke, it leaves the fire. Procrastination is the thief of time.

Sesotuo live from hand to mouth. Lefu ha le jwetse. To go on continuously. To expect something that will never happen. Ho bina koma hae.

The little mother of blackness, comer from the reeds? Phate di a lekana? He who rejects advice deserves no sympathy. Charity begins at home. Cattle are the bank of a Mosotho.

Ho bea ditho ho hlahisa kgomo. Dikgomo ke banka ya Mosotho. Mejo ha e rutanwe, ho rutanwa ditlhare. Tsela-kgopo ha e robatse naheng. Mosi, o malee mollo. Monna ya fetolang mmala ka nako le nako?

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Ho qela mohope wa metsi.

Sesotho Web : Proverbs, idioms and riddles

Two little stones, the far throwers? Metse e metle kantle.

To save for the future. Tempers cool down with time.

To test one’s feelings. Ho ema ka ditlhako. To deceive a person.