Wise Sayings: Letter M

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    Wise Sayings


    Morn with her rosy locks dispels the shades of night, and the sun puts to flight the stars, lighting up the world.

    Source: Latin
    Morning dreams come true.

    Source: Latin
    Moses (i.e. a Jew) does not play because he has not the means.

    Source: Spanish
    Most bitter are the quarrels of brothers.

    Source: Latin
    Most haste, worst speed.

    Source: Latin
    Most people are about as happy as they make their minds up to be.
    Author: Abraham Lincoln
    Mother's love is ever in its spring.

    Source: French
    Mother's truth keeps constant youth.

    Source: German
    Mother, I must have a husband, or I shall set fire to the house.

    Source: German
    Mother, marry me, marry me, or the gull will fly away with me.

    Source: Spanish
    Mother, what is marrying? Spinning, bearing children, and crying, daughter.

    Source: Spanish
    Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, storm and hail.

    Source: Italian
    Mountain does not meet mountain, but a face meets another face.

    Source: Maltese
    Mountains never unite. [Haughty people rarely fraternize.]

    Source: Latin
    Mouth and heart are wide apart.

    Source: German
    Mouth of honey, heart of gall.

    Source: Portuguese
    Mouth shut and eyes open.

    Source: Italian
    Move your neck according to the music.

    Source: Ethiopian
    Much ado about nothing.
    Author: William Shakespeare
    Much ado and little help.

    Source: English Proverb
    Much broth is sometimes made with little meat.

    Source: Danish
    Much caution does no harm.

    Source: Portuguese
    Much chatter, little wit.

    Source: Portuguese
    Much coin, much care.

    Source: Portuguese
    Much cry and little wool.

    Source: Portuguese
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