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1,412 Spanish Proverbs

Be merry, Shrovetide, for to-morrow thou wilt be ashes.

Be my enemy and go to my mill.

Be not a baker if your head is butter.

Be not an esquire where you were a page.

Before the time, great courage; when at the point, great fear.

Before you marry, beware, for it is a knot difficult to untie.

Before you marry, have a house to live in, fields to till, and vines to cut.

Beggars must not be choosers.

Better be the head of a rat than the tail of a lion.

Better go about than be drowned.

Better go about than fall into the ditch.

Better is rule than rent.

Better is the smoke of my own house than the fire of another's.

Better joy in a cottage than sorrow in a palace.

Better lose a supper than have a hundred physicians.

Better one "Take this," than two "I will give you."

Better rule in hell, than serve in heaven.

Better sit idle than work for naught.

Better suffer a known evil than change for uncertain good.

Better there should be too much than too little.

Better they should say, "There he ran away," than "There he died."

Better to bend than break.

Between saying and doing there is a long road.

Between two friends a notary and two witnesses.

Between two sharpers, the sharpest.