Proverbs - 26

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1.c\;zfhyj;jpNy ciwe;j gdpAk;> mWg;Gf;fhyj;jpNy kioAk; jfhjJNghy> %lDf;F kfpik jfhJ.
 1 Honor doesn't go with fools any more than snow with summer or rain with harvest.
2.milf;fyhd; FUtp miye;JNghtJNghYk;> jiftpyhd; FUtpgwe;JNghtJNghYk>; fhuzkpy;yhkypl;;l rhgk; jq;fhJ.
 2 Like a fluttering sparrow or a darting swallow, an unfair curse will not land on its intended victim.
3.Fjpiuf;Fr; rTf;Fk;> fOijf;Ff; fbthsKk;> %lDila KJFf;Fg; gpuk;Gk; Vw;wJ.
 3 Guide a horse with a whip, a donkey with a bridle, and a fool with a rod to his back!
4.%lDf;F mtd; kjpaPdj;jpd;gb kWcj;juT nfhlhNj@ nfhLj;jhy; ePAk; mtidg;Nghyhtha;.
 4 When arguing with fools, don't answer their foolish arguments, or you will become as foolish as they are.
5.%lDf;F mtd; kjpaPdj;jpd;gb kWcj;juT nfhL@ nfhlhtpl;lhy; mtd; jd; ghh;itf;F QhdpahapUg;ghd;.
 5 When arguing with fools, be sure to answer their foolish arguments, or they will become wise in their own estimation.
6.%ld; ifapNy nra;jp mDg;Gfpwtd; jd; fhy;fisNa jwpj;Jf;nfhz;L e\;lj;ij milfpwhd;.
 6 Trusting a fool to convey a message is as foolish as cutting off one's feet or drinking poison!
7.nehz;bapd; fhy;fs; Fe;jpf;Fe;jp elf;Fk;> mg;gbNa %lhpd; thapYs;s ctikr;nrhy;Yk; Fe;Jk;.
 7 In the mouth of a fool, a proverb becomes as limp as a paralyzed leg.
8.%lDf;Ff; fdj;ijf; nfhLf;fpwtd; ftzpNy fy;iyf;fl;Lfpwtd;Nghypg;ghd;.
 8 Honoring a fool is as foolish as tying a stone to a slingshot.
9.%ld; thapy; mfg;gl;l gonkhop ntwpad; ifapy; mfg;gl;l Ks;S.
 9 A proverb in a fool's mouth is as dangerous as a thornbush brandished by a drunkard.
10.ngyj;jtd; midtiuAk; Nehfg;gz;zp> %lidAk; Ntiynfhs;Sfpwhd> kPwp elf;fpwth;fisAk; Ntiynfhs;Sfpwhd;.
 10 An employer who hires a fool or a bystander is like an archer who shoots recklessly.
11.ehahdJ jhd; ff;fpdijj; jpd;Dk;gb jpUk;GtJNghy> %lDk; jd; %lj;jdj;;Jf;Fj; jpUk;Gfpwhd;.
 11 As a dog returns to its vomit, so a fool repeats his folly.
12.jd; ghh;itf;F QhdpahapUg;gtidf; fz;lhahdhy;> mtidg;ghh;f;fpYk; %lidf;Fwpj;J mjpf ek;gpf;ifahapUf;fyhk;.
 12 There is more hope for fools than for people who think they are wise.
13.topapNy rpq;fk; ,Uf;Fk;> eLtPjpapNy rpq;fk; ,Uf;Fk; vd;W Nrhk;Ngwp nrhy;Ythd;.
 13 The lazy person is full of excuses, saying, "I can't go outside because there might be a lion on the road! Yes, I'm sure there's a lion out there!"
14.fjT fPy;%isapy; MLfpwJNghy> Nrhk;NgwpAk; gLf;ifapy; Mbf;nfhz;bUf;fpwhd;.
 14 As a door turns back and forth on its hinges, so the lazy person turns over in bed.
15.Nrhk;Ngwp jd; ifiaf; fyj;jpNy itj;J mijj; jd; tha;f;Fj; jpUk;g vLf;f tUj;jg;gLfpwhd;.
 15 Some people are so lazy that they won't lift a finger to feed themselves.
16.Gj;jpAs;s kW cj;juT nrhy;yj;jFk; VONgiug;ghh;f;fpYk; Nrhk;Ngwp jd; ghh;itf;F mjpf QhdKs;std;.
 16 Lazy people consider themselves smarter than seven wise counselors.
17.topNa Nghifapy; jdf;flhj tof;fpy; jiyapLfpwtd; ehiaf; fhijg; gpbj;jpOf;fpwtidg;NghypUf;fpwhd;.
 17 Yanking a dog's ears is as foolish as interfering in someone else's argument.
18.nfhs;spfisAk; mk;GfisAk; rhTf;NfJthditfisAk; vwpfpw igj;jpaf;fhud; vg;gbapUf;fpwhNdh>
 18 Just as damaging as a mad man shooting a lethal weapon
19.mg;gbNa> jdf;fLj;jtid tQ;rpj;J: ehd; tpisahl;Lf;fy;yNth nra;Njd; vd;W nrhy;Yfpw kD\Dk; ,Uf;fpwhd;.
 19 is someone who lies to a friend and then says, "I was only joking."
20.tpwfpy;yhky; neUg;G mtpAk;@ Nfhs;nrhy;Yfpwtdpy;yhky; rz;il mlq;Fk;.
 20 Fire goes out for lack of fuel, and quarrels disappear when gossip stops.
21.fhpfs; joYf;Fk;> tpwF neUg;Gf;Fk; VJthdJNghy> thJg;gphpad; rz;ilfis %l;Lfpwjw;F VJthdtd;.
 21 A quarrelsome person starts fights as easily as hot embers light charcoal or fire lights wood.
22.Nfhs;fhuDila thh;j;ijfs; tpisahl;Lg;Nghypf;Fk;@ MdhYk; mitfs; cs;sj;jpw;Fs; ijf;Fk;.
 22 What dainty morsels rumors are but they sink deep into one's heart.
23.Ner mdiyf; fhz;gpf;fpw cjLfNshL $ba jPaneQ;rk; nts;spg; G+R;R G+rpa Xl;ilg;NghypUf;Fk;.
 23 Smooth words may hide a wicked heart, just as a pretty glaze covers a common clay pot.
24.gifQd; jd; cs;sj;jpy; fglj;ij kiwj;J> jd; cjLfspdhy; #JNgRfpwhd;.
 24 People with hate in their hearts may sound pleasant enough, but don't believe them.
25.mtd; ,jk;NgrpdhYk; mtid ek;ghNj@ mtd; ,Ujaj;jpy; VO mUtUg;Gfs; cz;L.
 25 Though they pretend to be kind, their hearts are full of all kinds of evil.
26.gifia tQ;rfkha; kiwj;J itf;fpwtndtNdh> mtDila nghy;yhq;F kfh rigapNy ntspg;gLj;jg;gLk;.
 26 While their hatred may be concealed by trickery, it will finally come to light for all to see.
27.gLFopia ntl;Lfpwtd; jhNd mjpy; tpOthd;@ fy;iyg; Gul;Lfpwtd;Nky; me;jf; fy; jpUk;g tpOk;.
 27 If you set a trap for others, you will get caught in it yourself. If you roll a boulder down on others, it will roll back and crush you.
28.fs;sehT jd;dhy; fpNyrg;gl;lth;isg; giff;Fk;@ ,r;rfk;NgRk;tha; mopit cz;Lgz;Zk;.
 28 A lying tongue hates its victims, and flattery causes ruin.