Monday, March 07, 2011

Proverb Monday

Proverb: Odupɔn atutu no, na borɔfere na esi n'anan
Translation:
When a great tree is uprooted, pawpaw grows in its place
Usage: One powerful man does not necessarily inherit from another, but the inheritor may be fruitful in his own way.
No. 2113 in Bu me Bε by Peggy Appiah et al.

4 comments:

  1. I love this! Thanks for sharing it! I am a new follower of your blog. Is this a regular feature? I would love to hear that it is!

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  2. @Zibilee... Yes this is a regular feature. I do it every Monday... thanks for following. I am grateful you like this

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  3. Another great proverb, very interesting.

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  4. lol... I am glad you've taken time to read all these.

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