A mortos e idos não há amigos.
A mosca disse ao elefante: Lembras-te como sacudimos aquela ponte quando a atravessamos? (Goodland News)
A mosca nunca pousa senão na fraqueza.
A Mosca questo guadagnò il gran Napoleone: freddo, pidocchi e fame.
A moshel iz nit kain rai'eh. (Yiddish)
A most poor man, made tame to fortune's blows.
A mote may choke a man.
A moth will not fly around a candle which does not burn.
A mother has, perhaps, the hardest earthly lot; and yet no mother worthy of the name ever gave herself thoroughly for her child who did not feel that, after all, she reaped what she had sown.
A mother hen doesn't jump over the fire.
A mother is a mother still - the holiest thing alive.
A mother is as different from anything else that God ever thought of, as can possibly be. She is a distinct and individual creation.
A mother needs a large apron to cover her children's faults.
A mother once asked a clergyman when she should begin the education of her child, which she told him was then four years old. 'Madam,' was the reply, 'you have lost three years already. From the very first smile that gleams over an infant's cheek, your opportunity begins.
A mother should give her children a superabundance of enthusiasm; that after they have lost all they are sure to lose on mixing with the world, enough may still remain to prompt and support them through great actions. A cloak should be of three-pile, to keep its gloss in wear.
A mother's love - how sweet the name!
What is a mother's love?
- A noble, pure and tender flame,
Enkindled from above,
To bless a heart of earthly mould;
The warmest love that can grow cold;
This is a mother's love.
A mother's love is indeed the golden link that binds youth to age; and he is still but a child, however time may have furrowed his cheek, or silvered his brow, who can yet recall, with a softened heart, the fond devotion or the gentle chidings of the best friend that God ever gives us.
A mother's love, in a degree, sanctifies the most worthless offspring.
A mother's prayers, silent and gentle, can never miss the road to the throne of all bounty.
A moult de plaids, peu de faits.
A mountain (o. village) that can be seen can't be far away.
A mountain and a river are good neighbours.
A mountain cannot be moved with a splinter.
Yiddish] Me ken dem barg mit a shpendel nit avektrogen.
A mountaine and a river are good neighbours.
George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A mouro morto, grande lançada.
A mouse in time may bite in two a cable.
A mouse may help a lion.
A mouse that has but one hole is soon caught.
A mouse-trap; easy to enter, but not easy to get out of.
A mouth that gives orders does not tire.
A mozo alcucero, amo roncero.
A mozo galano, hija de mano.
A mozo goloso, higo a dinero.
A mozo recio, asiento cuerdo.
A mozo respostón, pan y varada.
A mozo sentado, nunca buen recado.
A Mua un a Wei is a Lei un zwee Ranzen.
Ein Mann und ein Weib ist ein Leib und zwei Ranzen.
Wenn auch nach der Schrift Mann und Weib ein Leib (zwei in einem Fleische) sind, so bedarf doch dieser Leib die doppelte Nahrung des einfachen, was das obige Sprichwort denen zu bedenken gibt, die eine Ehe schließen, ohne zu wissen, wie sie ihren Lebensunterhalt zusammen finden werden.
A muar Hüünjen a thanner Slâb.
Je mehr Hunde, desto dünneres Gesöff.
A muar Jongen, a muar Lok.
Je mehr Jungen (hier in dem Sinne von Kindern), je mehr Glück.
A muar Masgonnars, a bendar Lok.
Je mehr Missgönner, Neider, je besser Glück.
A muar Masgonners, a muar Lok.
A muar Swin, a thanner Speelang.
Je mehr Schweine, desto dünnerer Spülicht.
A muar'm ûn an Skêt rêrt, e dollar 'r stjonkt.
Je mehr man in einen Schiss (Dreck) rührt, desto ärger stinkt er.
A mucha abundancia, mucha falta.
A mucha parla, labor manca.
A mucha parola, obra poca.
A mucho hablar, mucho errar.
A muertos y a idos, no hay amigos.
A muertos y a idos, pocos amigos.
A muffled cat is no good mouser.