Lling Kaomboh-mboan

Lling Kaomboh-mboan

Nagama padpad mba gih ulan.

Hati-na: Save up for times of hardship.

Toggol na dason maka dalaang.

Hati-na: He’s a slow-poke.

Tiyap-tiyap kasigpitan, ma llow dambuli-na niyah kasannangan.

Hati-na: After difficulty comes ease.

Bang niyah hinang, niyah niantihan.

Hati-na: Work brings a reward.

Bati na kam! Katis na kappal bey ngahawas.

Hati-na: Don’t be lazy or you’ll miss an opportunity.

Bang kow bey ngandah seheh nu ya du sab seheh nu ngandah kau.

Hati-na: Do a good turn for another and (s)he will do a good turn for you.

Buddi mba tabayaran.

Hati-na: A kindness is invaluable.

Gom ginting daa kottob.

Hati-na: It’s better to spend wisely than to spend all your money at once and then have nothing left.

Kagunahan sidja si Kamahong bang niyah nipuhung.

Hati-na: A fair weather friend only looks for you when they are in trouble or need.

Bang iya missala, llum deyng tohoh.

Hati-na: (S)he exagerates when (s)he speaks.

Pinda sidja bullud, bang addat mba papinda.

Hati-na: It’s easier to move a mountain than to change someone’s character.

Heya kow ma atey-ku.

Hati-na: You are very dear to me.

Kobetun dahú baran-nu boh kow ngobet ásiddi.

Hati-na: Consider how it would feel to be accused before you accuse another.

Kulakula bang katindak ni gasob beteh manusiyah makatakka ni lahat na.

Hati-na: There is no place like home.

Ya tandah-nu dusa ákamemon, dusa-nu mba.

Hati-na: You notice other’s faults but are blind to your own faults.

Bang átimpis bowah-nu, maha niyah patudjuhan-na.

Hati-na: A person who speaks thoughtlessly comes to no good end.

Hap gih miskin min daya mba niyah katarangan.

Hati-na: It’s better to be poor than to have ill-gotten wealth.

Minsan anak tangan, mba magsalih.

Hati-na: No two individuals are alike.

Pateh kow bey ni paatagan-nu supaya taabut-nu anu patakkahan-nu.

Hati-na: Learn from past experience in order to be successful.

Gana-gana meneh, moleh ni pinggan tebbeh.

Hati-na: Don’t be too choosy.

Poon nangkah buwah-na nangkah.

Hati-na: Like father, like son.

Sa haphap ásiddi, hap langgung.

Hati-na: Blood is thicker than water

Sa heyaheya dusa, heya ampun.

Hati-na: No matter how great the sin, forgiveness is greater.

Seyyan seyyan bilahi sannang subey binasa dahu.

Hati-na: A life of ease does not come without hard work.

Tau du kam konoh nengge ma duwa neyh-bi.

Hati-na: Take responsibility for yourself/Don’t be dependent on others.

Ulan mba sah min singan.

Hati-na: You will reap what you sow.