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

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    A single arrow is easily broken; a bundle of ten is not.
    Category: Strength and weakness Source: Japanese
    Beginning is easy; continuing, hard.
    Category: Permanence and change Source: Japanese
    Depend on your walking stick; not on other people.
    Category: Self-reliance Source: Japanese
    Difficulties make you a jewel.
    Category: Adversity Source: Japanese
    Even a sheet of paper has two sides.
    Category: Differences Source: Japanese
    Fools and scissors require good handling.
    Category: Foolishness Source: Japanese
    If the bird hadn't sung, it wouldn't have been shot.
    Category: Prudence Source: Japanese
    If you believe everything you read, better not read.
    Category: Books and writers Source: Japanese
    It is better to be the head of a chicken than the rear of an ox.
    Category: Relative worth Source: Japanese
    When the moon is full, it begins to wane.
    Category: Permanence and change Source: Japanese
    A fog cannot be dispelled by a fan.

    Source: Japanese
    A good husband is healthy and absent.

    Source: Japanese
    A good Jack makes a good Jill.

    Source: Japanese
    A good sword is the one left in its scabbard.

    Source: Japanese
    A man in love mistakes a pimple for a dimple.

    Source: Japanese
    A mended lid to a cracked pan.

    Source: Japanese
    A merchants happiness hangs upon chance, winds, and waves.

    Source: Japanese
    A merry companion on the road is as good as a nag.

    Source: Japanese
    A pig used to dirt turns its nose up at rice.

    Source: Japanese
    A round egg can be made square according to how you cut it; words would be harsh according to how you speak them.

    Source: Japanese
    A single arrow is easily broken, but not ten in a bundle.

    Source: Japanese
    Adversity is the foundation of virtue.

    Source: Japanese
    Affinity is a mysterious thing, but it is spicy!

    Source: Japanese
    Afraid of his own shadow.

    Source: Japanese
    After victory, tighten your helmet chord.

    Source: Japanese
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