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595 Portuguese Proverbs

Mad love, I for you and you for another.

Make a silver bridge for a flying enemy.

Make good flour and you need no trumpet.

Make the night night, and the day day, and you will live pleasantly.

Make your son you heir and not your steward.

Many kiss the hand they would gladly see cut off.

Many little makes a mickle.

Marry me forthwith, mother, for my face is growing wrinkled.

Marry, marry, and what about the housekeeping.

Marry, marry, sounds well but tastes ill.

Martha sings well when she has had her fill.

Meddle not in what you don't understand.

Michael, Michael, you have no bees, and yet you sell honey!

Money is not gained by losing time.

Money is the measure of all things.

Money is the root of all evil.

Money lent, an enemy made.

Money makes a man.

Money soothes more than the words of a cavalier.

Money wins the battle, not the long arm.

More grows in a garden than the gardener sows there.

More haste, less speed.

Mouth of honey, heart of gall.

Much caution does no harm.

Much chatter, little wit.