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1,412 Spanish Proverbs

Let them talk of men, and beg of me.

Let them whip me in the market-place, provided it be not known at home.

Let there be food in the pigeon-house, and the pigeons will come to it.

Let there be no lack of food in the pigeon-house, and the pigeons will come to it.

Let there be writing before you pay, and receipt before you write.

Let those pater nosters be for your own soul. (Ironical, against swearing.)

Let what is lost go for God's sake.

Like a collier's sack, bad without and worse within.

Like a parakeet that says what he knows but doesn't know what he says.

Like Banbury tinkers that in mending one hole make three.

Like blood, like good, and like age, make the happiest marriage.

Lip courtesy avails much and costs little.

Listeners hear no good of themselves.

Listeners never hear any good of themselves.

Little and often fills the purse.

Little beard, little modesty.

Little bird, little nest.

Little birds may pick a dead lion.

Little birds that can sing and won't sing must be made to sing.

Little by little one goes far.

Live with wolves, and you learn to howl.

Long life to the conqueror.

Lose no rights, and commit no extortions.

Losers are always in the wrong.

Love is like war, begin when you like and leave off when you can.