Wise Sayings: Letter M

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    Wise Sayings


    Many will hate you if you love yourself.

    Source: Latin
    Many will show you the way once your cart has overturned.

    Source: Kurdish
    Many women, many words.

    Source: Kurdish
    Many words do not fill a basket.

    Source: Yoruban
    Many words don't fill the sack.

    Source: Dutch
    Many words go to a sackful.

    Source: Dutch
    Many words, little credit.

    Source: Latin
    March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb.

    Source: Latin
    Marriage is a lottery.

    Source: Latin
    Marriage is heaven and hell.

    Source: German
    Marriages are all happy. It's having breakfast together that causes all the trouble.

    Source: Irish
    Marriages are not as they are made, but as they turn out.

    Source: Italian
    Marriages are written in heaven.

    Source: French
    Married couples tell each other a thousand things without speech.

    Category: Marriage Source: Chinese
    Married couples who love each other tell each other a thousand things without talking.

    Category: Marriage Source: Chinese
    Married life without children is as the day deprived of the sun's rays.

    Source: Latin
    Married to-day, married to-morrow.

    Source: French
    Marry a mountain girl and you marry the whole mountain.

    Source: Irish
    Marry a person in your own rank in life.

    Source: Latin
    Marry in haste, repent in leisure.
    Author: Unknown
    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
    Marrying in the blood is never good.

    Source: German
    Marrying is easy, but housekeeping is hard.

    Source: German
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