Wise Sayings: Letter L


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    Little things please little minds.

    Source: Dutch
    Little wood, much fruit.

    Source: Dutch
    Live and learn.

    Source: Italian
    Live and learn.
    Category: Education Author: George Gascoigne
    Live and let live.
    Source: Dutch Proverb
    Live near a lame man, and you will soon learn to limp.

    Source: Latin
    Live not beyond your means.

    Source: Latin
    Live to live and you will learn to live.

    Source: Portuguese
    Live today, forget the past.

    Source: Greek
    Live together like brothers and do business like strangers.

    Source: Arab
    Live with vultures, become a vulture; live with crows, become a crow.

    Source: Laotian
    Live with wolves, and you learn to howl.

    Source: Spanish
    Live your own life, for you will die your own death.

    Source: Latin
    Live your own life, for you will die your own death.
    Category: Life and living Source: Latin
    Loaves put awry into the oven come out crooked.

    Source: French
    Lock your door rather than accuse your neighbor.

    Source: Lebanese
    Locks and keys are not made for honest fingers.

    Source: German
    Long absence changes friends.

    Source: French
    Long absent, soon forgotten.

    Source: Romanian
    Long and lazy, little and loud; fat and fulsome, pretty and proud.

    Source: Romanian
    Long borrowed is not given.

    Source: German
    Long choosing and cheapening ends in buying nothing, or bad wares.

    Source: German
    Long fasting is no bread sparing.

    Source: Dutch
    Long fasting is no economy of food.

    Source: German
    Long foretold, long last; short notice, soon past.

    Source: German
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