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A good name is better than riches

This page is about the saying "A good name is better than riches".

Possible interpretation: Your good reputation is worth more than money.

Note: a good name = a good reputation | riches (noun) = wealth; a lot of money

Quick Quiz:

Someone who believes that "a good name is better than riches" would prefer to have

a. no money and a bad name

b. a lot of money and a bad reputation

c. a good reputation and no money

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Contributor: Josef Essberger