• A malas hadas, malas bragas.
  • A malas lanzadas mueras.
  • A malas lenguas, tijeras.
  • A malas puñaladas mueras, y a traición yo muera si no soy de Córdoba.
  • A maldade bem sucedida é a desgraça dos bons.
  • A maldade consegue tudo.
  • A maldade consigo se castiga.
  • A maldade de alguns é a infelicidade de muitos.
  • A maldade de alguns é a infelicidade de todos.
  • A maldade e a discrição são os pilotos do mundo.
  • A maldade é a maior punição de si mesma.
  • A maldade é mais comum aos homens do que às mulheres.
  • A maldade é o pior de todos os defeitos.
  • A maldade é sua própria punição.
  • A maldade é um método astuto e pérfido de enganar.
  • A maldade é uma grande enfermidade da alma.
  • A maldade elogiada ficará intolerável.
  • A maldade, para se tornar pior, se mascara de bondade.
  • A maldição capital.
  • A male estremo rimedio violento.
  • A maledicência de muitos destruiu a virtude de um.
  • A malheur et grand encombrier, patience vaut un bon bouclier.
  • A mali estremi, estremi rimedi.
    fr] Aux grands maux les grands remèdes.
  • A malícia nada pode contra a sabedoria.
  • A malícia tem vista fraca e memória forte.
  • A malícia, quem não a faz, não a cuida.
  • A malignidade simula a prudência.
  • A malin, malin et demi.
    it] A briccone briccone e mezzo.
  • A malis hominibus tutissimum est cito effugere.
  • A malis igitur mors abducit, non a bonis.
  • A malos ratos, buenos tragos.
  • A malotru la belorce.
  • A maluco, maluco e meio.
  • A malvais chien queue luy vient
  • A mamar, todos nacen sabiendo.
  • A man 's mark is concealed in him, an animal's mark displayed.
  • A man af straw is worth a woman of gold.
  • A man at thirty must be either a fool or a physician.
  • A man becomes a scholar by questioning.
  • A man can be cured of his lust, but a fool can never be cured of his greed.
    la] Cupiditas ex homine, cupido ex stulto numquam tollitur.
  • A man can die but once.
  • A man can do no more than he can.
  • A man cannot be known unless he gets angry.
  • A man cannot give what he hasn't got.
  • A man cannot live by the air.
  • A man cannot see anything to his own disadvantage.
    Mar. b. Ashi. Talmud: Sabbath, 119a.
  • A man cannot spin and reel at the same time.
  • A man comes from the dust and in the dust he will end - and in the meantime it is good to drink vodka.
    jiddisch] Odem yesode meofe vesofe leofe, beyno-lveyno iz gut a trink bronfn.
  • A man dies still if he has done nothing, as one who has done much.
    HOMER, ILIAD (9TH C. B.C.), 9.320
  • A man does not plant a tree for himself; he plants it for posterity.
    Alexander Smith, Dreamthorp, 2
  • A man Friday.
  • A man had better have a good character rather than a handsome face.
  • A man is a divine companion to another, as well as a devilish one.
  • A man is as old as he feels, and a woman as old as she looks.
  • A man is as old as his wife looks.
    O. Blumenthal, Das zweite Gesicht, 1890.
  • A man is known by his appearance.
  • A man is known by his friends.
  • A man is known by the company he keeps.
  • A man is not a horse because he was born in a stable.
  • A man is not so soon healed as hurt.
  • A man is not to be pitied; pitiable is one who is not a man.
    jiddisch] Oif a mentshen iz nit kain rachmones; a rachmones iz oif nit a mentshen.
  • A man is the same at seventy as he is at seven.
  • A man knows himself best, where his sore lies.
  • A man mag lose his goods for want of demanding them.
  • A man may bear still his back breaks.
  • A man may hold his tongue in an ill time.
  • A man may lead a horse to the water, but he cannot make him drink unless he will.
  • A man may lose more in an hour than he can get in seven.
  • A man may see it with half an eye.
  • A man may talk like a wise man, and yet act like a fool.
  • A man must have his bread from his home, and his companion from his own village.
  • A man must not leave the king's highway for a pathway.
  • A man must plow with such oxen as he hath.
  • A man must sell his ware at the rates of the market.
  • A man need not look in your mouth to know how old you are.
  • A man of good stock will not deteriorate, he will take after his origin.
  • A man of his word.
  • A man of my kidney.
  • A man of noble birth does not go wild and honey does not spoil.
  • A man of straw.
  • A man of the world.
  • A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds.
  • A man or a mouse.
  • A man polished tothe nail (Horace).
    la] Ad unguem factus homo.
  • A man should stay alive if only out of curiosity.
    jiddisch] A mentsh zol leben shoin nor fun neigerikeit vegen.
  • A man that does not know how to be angry does not know how to be good.
  • A man thinks his (own) geese swans.
  • A man warned is half saved.
  • A man well mounted is always proud.
  • A man when angry is outside himself.
  • A man who has all the fools against him deserves confidence.
  • A man who has but one eye must take good care of it.
  • A man who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client.
  • A man who is not spoken of is not abused.
  • A man who lives in a lavatory gets used to filth.
    Lion Feuchtwanger, Paris Gazette, p. 535 (1940)
  • A man who prides himself on his ancestry is like the potato plant, the best part of which is under ground.
  • A man who steals a trifle is put in prison, who steals a fortune is a great man.
  • A man who wants bread is ready for anything.
  • A man who wants to drown his dog says he is mad.
  • A man without a smiling face must not open a shop.(Chinese)
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