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Proverb of the Day: Kega no koumyou

By February 6, 2013

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This week's proverb is "Kega no koumyou (怪我の功名)". It means, "an unexpected success born out of a failure; a chance hit; fluke".

Here is some vocabulary from the proverb.

Kega 怪我 --- injury
koumyou 功名 --- a great achievement; a glorious deed

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