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  • Proverb Source: Kurdish [1]

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    A visitor comes with ten blessings, eats one, and leaves nine.

    Source: Kurdish
    Do not throw the arrow which will return against you.

    Source: Kurdish
    Fear an ignorant man more than a lion.

    Source: Kurdish
    For every wise man there is one still wiser.

    Source: Kurdish
    Give nine, save ten.

    Source: Kurdish
    Guests bring good luck with them.

    Source: Kurdish
    Habit becomes second nature.

    Source: Kurdish
    Habit is worse than rabies.

    Source: Kurdish
    In a flat country a hillock thinks itself a mountain.

    Source: Kurdish
    It is easier to make a camel jump a ditch than to make a fool listen to reason.

    Source: Kurdish
    It is more difficult to contend with oneself than with the world.

    Source: Kurdish
    Kind words will unlock an iron door.

    Source: Kurdish
    Listen a hundred times; ponder a thousand times; speak once.

    Source: Kurdish
    Many will show you the way once your cart has overturned.

    Source: Kurdish
    Many women, many words.

    Source: Kurdish
    No matter where you go, your destiny follows you.

    Source: Kurdish
    No means, no market.

    Source: Kurdish
    Of everything else the newest; of friends, the oldest.

    Source: Kurdish
    Of evil grain no good seed can come.

    Source: Kurdish
    Once a friend, always a friend.

    Source: Kurdish
    One beats one's breast who does not beat one's child.

    Source: Kurdish
    Part with your head, but not with your secret.

    Source: Kurdish
    Parting is such sweet sorrow.

    Source: Kurdish
    See with your mind, hear with your heart.

    Source: Kurdish
    Stairs are climbed step by step.

    Source: Kurdish
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