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  • Proverb Source: Japanese [1] [2] [3] [4]

    Wise Sayings


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    One written word is worth a thousand pieces of gold.

    Source: Japanese
    Only lawyers and painters can turn white to black.

    Source: Japanese
    Silence surpasses speech.

    Source: Japanese
    Silent worms dig holes in the walls.

    Source: Japanese
    Sleeping people can't fall down.

    Source: Japanese
    The absent get further off every day.

    Source: Japanese
    The crow that mimics a cormorant is drowned.

    Source: Japanese
    The day you decide to do it is your lucky day.

    Source: Japanese
    The go-between wears out a thousand sandals.

    Source: Japanese
    The inarticulate speak longest.

    Source: Japanese
    The mouth is the door of evil.

    Source: Japanese
    The nail that sticks its head up is the one that gets hit.

    Source: Japanese
    The nail that sticks out is hammered down.

    Source: Japanese
    The nail that sticks up will be hammered down.

    Source: Japanese
    The pebble in the brook secretly thinks itself a precious stone.

    Source: Japanese
    The reverse side also has a reverse side.

    Source: Japanese
    The smaller the margin, the greater the turnover.

    Source: Japanese
    The smallest good deed is better than the grandest good intention.

    Source: Japanese
    The tongue is but three inches long, yet it can kill a man six feet high.

    Source: Japanese
    The tongue is more to be feared than the sword.

    Source: Japanese
    Tigers die and leave their skins; people die and leave their names.

    Source: Japanese
    Time spent laughing is time spent with the gods.

    Source: Japanese
    Time tries a'.

    Source: Japanese
    To teach is also to learn.

    Source: Japanese
    To tell tales out of school.

    Source: Japanese
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