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    Wise Sayings


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    He who knows little soon blabs it.

    Source: Portuguese
    He who make more of you than he is wont, either means to cheat you or wants you.

    Source: Portuguese
    He who makes one basket can make a hundred.

    Source: Portuguese
    He who would catch fish must not mind wetting himself.

    Source: Portuguese
    He who would catch fish, must not mind getting wet.

    Source: Portuguese
    Hedgehogs are not to be killed with the fist.

    Source: Portuguese
    Honey is not for the ass's mouth.

    Source: Portuguese
    Honour a good man that he may honour you, and a bad man that he may not dishonour you.

    Source: Portuguese
    Honour and profit will not keep in one sack.

    Source: Portuguese
    How did you rear so many children? By being fondest of the little ones.

    Source: Portuguese
    Hunger and cold surrender a man to his enemy.

    Source: Portuguese
    I am on good terms with the friend who eats his bread with me.

    Source: Portuguese
    I hate fetters though they be of gold.

    Source: Portuguese
    I have nothing for dinner, sit down to table.

    Source: Portuguese
    I kiss thee hide, because thou art to be a wine-bag.

    Source: Portuguese
    I meant to cross myself and put out one of my eyes.

    Source: Portuguese
    I renounce the friend who eats what is mine with me, and what is his own by himself.

    Source: Portuguese
    I renounce the golden basin in which I have to spit blood.

    Source: Portuguese
    I saw a man, who saw another man, who saw the sea.

    Source: Portuguese
    I see by my daughter's face when the devil lays hold of my son-in-law.

    Source: Portuguese
    I want more for my teeth than for my relations.

    Source: Portuguese
    If a poor man gives to you, he expects more in return.

    Source: Portuguese
    If a rich man ate a snake, they would say it was because of his wisdom.

    Source: Portuguese
    If you have a friend who is a physician, send him to your enemy's house.

    Source: Portuguese
    If you know what a dollar is worth, try to borrow it.

    Source: Portuguese
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