Friends (251-275)

Peace is the father of friendship.
African (Yoruba)

People of the same stock are friendly.
— Irish

Point out your friend to me and I will tell you what you are.
— Greek

Praise paves the way to friendship.
— Danish

Presents keep friendship warm.
— German

Rather have a little something for your friend
than a great something for your enemy.
— Italian

Real friends will share even a strawberry.
— Slovak

Reconciled friendship is a wound ill salved.
— Italian

Relations and friends should be
visited but not lived with.
— Swedish

Relatives are friends from necessity.
— Russian

Rich folk have many friends.
— Scottish

Right reckoning makes long friends.
— English

Save a man from his friends, and leave him
to struggle with his enemies.
— English

Self first, then your next best friend.
— English

Send your son to the marketplace and see who his friends are.
— Lebanese

Separation secures manifest friendship.
— Indian (Tamil)

Short visits make long friends.
— English

Speak well of your friends; of your enemy
neither well nor ill.
— Italian

Speak well of your friend, of your enemy say nothing.
— English

Stay no longer in your friend's house
than you are sure that you are welcome.
— Scottish

Strangers forgive, friends forget.
— Slovenian

Sudden friendship, sure repentance.
— English

Suspicion is the poison of friendship.
— French

Teeth are all friends among each other.
—Ghanaian

Tell me who your friends are and I'll tell you who you are.
— Filipino

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