Best Love Proverbs

Best love proverbs from around the world. Great love proverbs that contain the wisdom of ages.
Our collection of love proverbs:
One who loves the vase loves what it is inside.
– African proverb

Whom we love best, to them we can say least.
– American proverb

Tell me whom you love, and I’ll tell you who you are.
– American proverb

We always return to our first loves.
– American proverb

All men have three ears, one on the left of his head, one on the right and one in his heart.
– Armenian proverb

Love makes a man both blind and deaf.
– Arabian proverb

In order to really love someone, you must love him as though he was going to die tomorrow.
– Arabian proverb

The one who loves you will also make you weep.
– Argentine proverb

Where there is love there is no darkness.
– Burundi proverb

Love is blind, so you have to feel your way.
– Brazilian proverb

For news of the heart ask the face.
– Cambodian proverb.

The heart that loves is always young.
– Chinese proverb

An old man in love is like a flower in winter.
– Chinese proverb

A life with love is happy; a life for love is foolish.
– Chinese proverb

Love and let the world know, hate in silence.
– Egyptian proverb

Love lives in cottages as well as in court.
– English proverb

Love is blind.
– English proverb

When one is in love, a cliff becomes a meadow.
– Ethipian proverb

Try to reason about love and you will lose your reason.
– French proverb

The first love letters are written with the eyes.
– French proverb

Love makes time pass. Time makes love pass.
– French proverb

A heart that loves is always young.
– Greek Proverb

Three things please a man: a lovely home, a lovely wife and lovely possessions.
– Hebrew proverb

There is no love like the first love.
– Italian proverb

A man in love mistakes a harelip for a dimple.
– Japanese proverb

Who travels for love finds a thousand miles not longer than one.
– Japanese proverb

A man is not where he lives, but where he loves.
– Latin proverb

Married couples who love each other tell each other a thousand things without talking.
– Portuguese proverb

The eyes have language everywhere – love.
– Romanian proverb

A man in love schemes more than a hundred lawyers.
– Spanish proverb

A life without love is like a year without summer.
– Lithuanian proverb.

True love is indescribable, yet self-explanatory.
– Unknown origin proverb

Loving a woman who scorns you is like licking honey from a thorn.
– Yiddish proverb

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