Interlinear Bible Proverbs 18

1 He who separates himself seeks his own desire, He quarrels against all sound wisdom.
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2 A fool does not delight in understanding, But only in revealing his own mind.
tw{L;G.tih.B -mia yiK h'n.Wb.tiB#st08394 lyis.K #{P.x;y -a{l ? w{Bil
3 When a wicked man comes, contempt also comes, And with dishonor comes scorn.
!w{l'q#st07036 -mi[.w z.WB -m;g a'B ['v'r -aw{b.B ? h'P.r,x
4 The words of a man's mouth are deep waters; The fountain of wisdom is a bubbling brook.
;[eb{n l;x;n#st05158 vyia#st0376 -yip yer.biD#st01697 ~yiQUm][#st06013 ~Iy;m#st04325 ? h'm.k'x rw{q.m
5 To show partiality * to the wicked is not good, Nor to thrust aside the righteous in judgment.
qyiD;c tw{J;h.l bw{j -a{l ['v'r#st07563 -yen.P#st06440 tea.f ? j'P.viM;B
6 A fool's lips bring strife, And his mouth calls for blows.
tw{mUl]h;m.l#st04112 wyip.W byir.b .Wa{b'y lyis.k#st03684 yet.pif ? a'r.qIy
7 A fool's mouth is his ruin, And his lips are the snare of his soul.
w{v.p;n veqw{m wy't'p.f.W w{l -h'Tix.m#st04288 lyis.k -yiP
8 The words of a whisperer are like dainty morsels, And they go down into the innermost parts of the body.
!,j'b -yer.d;x#st02315 .Wd.r'y ~eh.w ~yim]h;l.tim.K !'G.rin yer.biD
9 He also who is slack in his work Is brother to him who destroys.
tyix.v;m l;[;b.l#st01167 a.Wh x'a w{T.ka;l.mib h,P;r.tim ~;G
10 The name of the LORD is a strong tower; The righteous runs into it and is safe.
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11 A rich man's wealth is his strong city, And like a high wall in his own imagination.
h'b'G.fin h'mw{x.k.W w{ZU[#st05797 t;y.riq#st07151 ryiv'[ !w{h ? w{tyiK.f;m.B
12 Before destruction the heart of man is haughty, But humility goes before honor.
dw{b'k#st03519 yen.pil.w#st06440 vyia#st0376 -bel#st03820 H;B.gIy r,b,v#st07667 -yen.pil#st06440 ? h'w'n][
13 He who gives an answer before he hears, It is folly and shame to him.
w{l -ayih t,l/Wia#st0200 ['m.vIy ~,r,j.B r'b'D#st01697 byivem ? h'Mil.k.W
14 The spirit of a man can endure his sickness, But as for a broken spirit who can bear it?
h'aek.n#st05218 ;x.Wr.w#st07307 .Whel]x;m#st04245 leK.l;k.y vyia#st0376 -;x.Wr#st07307 ? h'N,a'FIy yim
15 The mind of the prudent acquires knowledge, And the ear of the wise seeks knowledge.
t;['D#st01847 -v,Q;b.T ~yim'k]x !,z{a.w#st0241 t;['D#st01847 -h,n.qIy !w{b'n bel
16 A man's gift makes room for him And brings him before great men.
.WN,x.n;y ~yil{d.g#st01419 yen.pil.w w{l byix.r;y ~'d'a !'T;m
17 The first to plead his case seems right, Until another comes and examines him.
w{r'q]x;w a{b'y w{byir.B !w{vair'h#st07223 qyiD;c
18 The cast lot puts an end to strife And decides between the mighty ones.
~yim.Wc][ !yeb.W l'rw{G;h tyiB.v;y ~yin'y.dim ? dyir.p;y
19 A brother offended is harder to be won than a strong city, And contentions are like the bars of a citadel.
;xyir.biK ~yinw{d.m.W z{[#st05797 -t;y.riQim ['v.pin x'a ? !w{m.r;a
20 With the fruit of a man's mouth his stomach will be satisfied; He will be satisfied with the product of his lips.
wy't'p.f t;a.Wb.T w{n.jiB [;B.fiT vyia#st0376 -yip yir.Pim#st06529 ? ['B.fIy
21 Death and life are in the power of the tongue, And those who love it will eat its fruit.
l;ka{y 'hy,b]h{a.w !w{v'l#st03956 -d;y.B#st03027 ~yiY;x.w#st02416 t,w'm#st04194 ? H'y.riP
22 He who finds a wife finds a good thing And obtains favor from the LORD.
h'wh.yem !w{c'r q,p'Y;w bw{j a'c'm h'Via#st0802 a'c'm
23 The poor man utters supplications, But the rich man answers roughly.
tw{Z;[ h,n][;y ryiv'[.w v'r -r,B;d.y ~yin.Wn]x;T
24 A man of too many friends comes to ruin, But there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.
x'aem#st0251 qeb'D beh{a vey.w ;[e[{r.tih.l ~yi[er vyia