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    Wise Sayings


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    Mad love, I for you and you for another.

    Source: Portuguese
    Make a silver bridge for a flying enemy.

    Source: Portuguese
    Make good flour and you need no trumpet.

    Source: Portuguese
    Make the night night, and the day day, and you will live pleasantly.

    Source: Portuguese
    Make your son you heir and not your steward.

    Source: Portuguese
    Many kiss the hand they would gladly see cut off.

    Source: Portuguese
    Many little makes a mickle.

    Source: Portuguese
    Marry me forthwith, mother, for my face is growing wrinkled.

    Source: Portuguese
    Marry, marry, and what about the housekeeping.

    Source: Portuguese
    Marry, marry, sounds well but tastes ill.

    Source: Portuguese
    Martha sings well when she has had her fill.

    Source: Portuguese
    Meddle not in what you don't understand.

    Source: Portuguese
    Michael, Michael, you have no bees, and yet you sell honey!

    Source: Portuguese
    Money is not gained by losing time.

    Source: Portuguese
    Money is the measure of all things.

    Source: Portuguese
    Money is the root of all evil.

    Source: Portuguese
    Money lent, an enemy made.

    Source: Portuguese
    Money makes a man.

    Source: Portuguese
    Money soothes more than the words of a cavalier.

    Source: Portuguese
    Money wins the battle, not the long arm.

    Source: Portuguese
    More grows in a garden than the gardener sows there.

    Source: Portuguese
    More haste, less speed.

    Source: Portuguese
    Mouth of honey, heart of gall.

    Source: Portuguese
    Much caution does no harm.

    Source: Portuguese
    Much chatter, little wit.

    Source: Portuguese
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