病は口より入り、禍は口より出づ

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病は口より入り、禍は口より出づ (katakana やまひはくちよりいり、わざわひはくちよりいづ, romaji yamahi wa kuchi yori iri, wazawahi wa kuchi yori izu)

  1. (idiomatic) Speak no ill-fated words; let no feeding cause you ailment; literally Diseases enter through the mouth, disasters come out of the mouth.

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