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    I say it to you, daughter; hear it, daughter-in-law.

    Source: Spanish
    I stubborn and you stubborn, who is to carry the load?

    Source: Spanish
    I thought I had no husband, and I eat up the stew.

    Source: Spanish
    I thought to cross myself, and I put out my eye.

    Source: Spanish
    I'll marry, and eat the prime of the pot, and sit down first.

    Source: Spanish
    If folly were a pain, there would be groaning in every house.

    Source: Spanish
    If I am a fool, put your finger in my mouth.

    Source: Spanish
    If I die, I forgive you; if I live, we shall see.

    Source: Spanish
    If love be timid it is not true.

    Source: Spanish
    If lying were a capital crime, the hangman would work overtime.

    Source: Spanish
    If one, two, three say you are an ass, put on a tail.

    Source: Spanish
    If only I were a bird! Ah, but eating caterpillars?

    Source: Spanish
    If people lead, the leaders will follow.

    Source: Spanish
    If the child cries let the mother hush it, and if it will not be hushed let it cry.

    Source: Spanish
    If the eyes don't see, the heart won't break.

    Source: Spanish
    If the mountain will not go to Mahomet, Mahomet must go to the mountain.

    Source: Spanish
    If the pitcher knocks against a stone, woe to the pitcher; and if the stone knocks against the pitcher, woe to the pitcher.

    Source: Spanish
    If the rings are lost, here are the fingers still.

    Source: Spanish
    If the sky falls there will be pots broken.

    Source: Spanish
    If the sky falls we shall catch larks.

    Source: Spanish
    If the sky falls, hold up your hands.

    Source: Spanish
    If there be no remedy, why worry?

    Source: Spanish
    If there were no receiver there would be no thief.

    Source: Spanish
    If they say you are good, ask you self if it be true.

    Source: Spanish
    If this ball does not stick to the wall it will at least leave a mark.

    Source: Spanish
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