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人而无信,不知其可

MandarinEdit

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EtymologyEdit

A quote from the Analects of Confucius.

Literally: If a man has no honesty, it cannot be known what he can be suitable for.

ProverbEdit

人而无信不知其可 (simplified, Pinyin rén ér wú xìn, bù zhī qí kě, traditional 人而無信,不知其可)

  1. A man without honesty is capable of nothing.

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