Wise Sayings: Letter L

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    Wise Sayings


    Let him not be a lover who has not courage.

    Source: Italian
    Let him not complain of being cheated who buys cloth by the pattern.

    Source: Spanish
    Let him play the instrument who knows how.

    Source: Spanish
    Let him stay at the oar who has learnt to row.

    Source: Danish
    Let him take the oars who has learned to row.

    Source: Latin
    Let him that earns the bread eat it.

    Source: Latin
    Let him that has a mouth not say to another, Blow.

    Source: Spanish
    Let him who does not know what war is go to war.

    Source: Chinese
    Let him who does not know you buy you.

    Source: Spanish
    Let him who feels he has a dirty nose wipe it.

    Source: French
    Let him who is cold blow the fire.

    Source: French
    Let him who is well off hold his tongue.

    Source: German
    Let him who is well off stay where he is.

    Source: Italian
    Let him who will not have advice have conflict.

    Source: Irish
    Let him who would reach another a brand, beware that he do not burn his own hand.

    Source: Danish
    Let ilka herring hing by its ain head.

    Source: Danish
    Let it be a husband, though it be but a log.

    Source: Spanish
    Let it be given to the most meritorious.

    Source: Latin
    Let it be well recorded that a harlot is a gate which leads to death.

    Source: Latin
    Let it go for what it is worth.

    Source: Latin
    Let it roll; it will right itself.

    Source: Dutch
    Let lie what is too heavy to lift.

    Source: Dutch
    Let me get over the lake, and I have no fear of the brook.

    Source: Dutch
    Let no man be the servant of another, who can be his own master.

    Source: Latin
    Let no one say, "Of this water I will not drink."

    Source: Spanish
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