Wise Sayings: Letter L


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    Let the injurer not forget.

    Source: Italian
    Let the miracle be wrought, though it be by the devil.

    Source: Spanish
    Let the poor man mind his tongue.

    Source: Latin
    Let the sun shine on me, for I care not for the moon.

    Source: Spanish
    Let them be birds. (Small eggs make little soup.)

    Source: Spanish
    Let them hate, so that they fear me.

    Source: Latin
    Let them laugh that win.

    Source: Latin
    Let them talk of men, and beg of me.

    Source: Spanish
    Let them whip me in the market-place, provided it be not known at home.

    Source: Spanish
    Let there be food in the pigeon-house, and the pigeons will come to it.

    Source: Spanish
    Let there be no delay.

    Source: Latin
    Let there be no lack of food in the pigeon-house, and the pigeons will come to it.

    Source: Spanish
    Let there be writing before you pay, and receipt before you write.

    Source: Spanish
    Let those pater nosters be for your own soul. (Ironical, against swearing.)

    Source: Spanish
    Let us be judged of by our actions.

    Source: Latin
    Let us first catch the bear and then sell its skin.

    Source: Italian
    Let us go, where fate directs us.

    Source: Latin
    Let us have florins and we shall find cousins.

    Source: Italian
    Let well alone.

    Source: Italian
    Let what is lost go for God's sake.

    Source: Spanish
    Let your head be more than a funnel to your stomach.

    Source: German
    Let your head be more than a funnel to your stomach.
    Category: Food and hunger Source: German
    Let your purse be your master.

    Source: German
    Let your trouble tarry till its own day comes.

    Source: German
    Let your words be purrs instead of hisses.
    Author: Fannie Roach Palmer
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