Some Simple Nepali Proverbs In English Language Translation

 We have collected some famous simple Nepali proverbs translated into their equivalent English Proverbs. It is called ukhan and tukka by the Nepalese people. Proverbs and Idioms are also the source of motivation and inspirations. Nepali proverbs in English language translation may not have exact translation but the meaning of the expression is same. There are some funny Nepali proverbs at last. So, don’t miss it as well.

Nepali proberbs in english

Proverb and Idioms meaning

Proverb Meaning: a short, well-known pithy saying that is widely used to express an obvious truth. It expresses a belief that is generally thought to be true.

Idioms Meaning: precise prosaic expressions that has a meaning of its own that cannot be understood from the meaning of the individual words. They are soluble into their culture and context.

Nepali-English proverbs translation (Proverbs In Nepali Language)

Here are some  proverbs in Nepali translated to English:

Nachna Jandaina Aagan Tedo 
A bad carpenter quarrels with his tools. 

Alpa Bidhya Khatarnak 
Little knowledge is dangerous.

Namachine Ping Ko Saya Jhatka 
An empty vessel makes more noise. 

Jasto Ropyo Testai Falxa 
As you sow, so your reap 

Vukne Kukur Le Tokdaina 
Barking Dogs seldom bite. 

Ghaati Heri Haad Nilnu 
Cut your coat according to your size.

Falam Le Falam Katchha 
Diamond cuts diamond. 

Nahunu Mama  Bhanda Kano Mama Jaati 
Half a loaf is better than loaf. 

Hatpat Ko Kaam Latpat 
Haste makes waste. 

Pashupati Ko Jatra, Shidra Ko Byaapar
Killing two birds with a stone. 

Mauka Maa Hira Fornu 
Strike the iron when it is hot.

Jaha Ichhya Tyaa Upaya 
When there is a will, there is a way. 

Jasta Lai Testai 
Tit for tat. 

Ek Haat Le Taali Bajdaina 
One flower does not make garland. 

Aafu Valo Jagat Valo 
Good mind, good find 

Kano Goru Lai Aunsi Na Purne 
Days and night are alike for the blind. 

Some Funny Proverbs  & Proverbs About Education

  • Wise men don't need advice, fool won't take it. 
  • There is no difference between wise man and fool when they fall in love. 
  • A woman cries before the marriage and man after. 
  • Marriage is a three ring circus: engagement ring, wedding ring, and suffering
  • Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day. 
  • Teach a person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks.
  • No one is listening until you fart.
  • People say nothing is impossible but I do nothing everyday. 
  • Life is short. Smile while you still have teeth. 
  • The best way to teach your kids about taxes is by eating 13 percent of their ice cream. 
  • I’m writing a book. I’ve got the page numbers done. 
  • Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company. 
  • When I was a kid my parents moved a lot, but I always found them. 
  • Friends buy you food. Best friends eat your food. 
  • Never steal. The government hates competition. 
  • Do not drink and drive or you might spill the drink. 
  • when life gives you lemons.. Squirt it in your enemies eyes.
Conclusions: We hope that you like this Nepali proverbs in English translations. We will add further more proverbs in upcoming days. If you have any confusions related to English proverbs in Nepali or Nepali proverbs with English meaning, then kindly drop your question in comment sections. Our team will solve your confusions.

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