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1,412 Spanish Proverbs

Fire, fire, many pots on. and one pea in them all.

First cobwebs, then chains.

First come to the mill, first grind.

Flying from the bull he fell into the river.

Folly is the most incurable of maladies.

Folly is the product of all countries and ages.

Fond of lawsuits, little wealth, Fond of doctors, little health.

Fond of lawsuits, little wealth; fond of doctors, little health; fond of friars, little honour.

Fond pride of dress is sure a very curse; Ere fancy you consult, consult your purse.

Fools and bairns should never see half-done work.

Fools and obstinate men make rich lawyers.

Fools and the perverse fill the lawyers' purse.

For a good companion good company.

For all one's early rising, it dawns none the sooner.

For better for worse they have married me.

For evil tongues, scissors.

For the want of worthy men they made my father alcade.

For want of a nail the shoe is lost.

For whom does the blind man's wife adorn herself?

For whom sword and courage are not enough, corslet and lance will not be enough.

Fortune aids the bold.

Foster a raven and it will peck out your eyes.

Four things put a man beside himself--women, tobacco, cards, and wine.

Fox's broth, cold and scalding.

Fresh port and new wine, send a Christian to the churchyard. (Kill a man before his time.)