M 共 136 條
1. Maidens should (or must) be mild and meek, swift to hear and slow to speak.
2. Make all you can, save all you can, give all you can.
3. Make haste slowly.
4. Make hay while the sun shines.
5. Make the best of a bad business (or job or bargain)
6. Make the night night, and the day day, and you will have a pleasant time of it.
7. Make your enemy your friend.
8. Make yourself necessary to someone.
9. Man alone is born crying, lives complaining, and dies disappointed.
10. Man has not a greater enemy than himself.
11. Man is best loved farthest off.
12. Man is a tool-using animal.
13. Man is mortal.
14. Man is not the creature of circumstances; circumstances are the creature of man.
15. Man is the artificer of his own happiness.
16. Manners make the man.
17. Man proposes, and God disposes.
18. Man's best plans often miscarry.
19. Man's best possession is a loving wife.
20. Man will conquer nature.
21. Many a fine dish has nothing on it.
22. Many a flower is born to blush unseen.
23. Many a good cow hath a bad calf.
24. Many a good father hath but a bad son.
25. Many a little (or pickle) makes a mickle.
26. Many ants kill the horse.
27. Many a true word is spoken in jest.
28. Many dishes, many diseases.
29. Many dogs may easily worry one.
30. Many drops make a shower.
31. Many great men have arisen from humble beginnings.
32. Many hands are better than one.
33. Many hands make a burden lighter.
34. Many hands make light (or quick) work.
35. Many have suffered for talking, none ever suffered for keeping silence.
36. Many heads are better than one.
37. Many kiss the baby for the nurse's sake.
38. Many learn more than their teachers.
39. Many men, many minds.
40. Many one says well that thinks ill.
41. Many receive advice only the wise profit by it.
42. Many sands will sink a ship.
43. Many straws may bind an elephant.
44. Many wells, many buckets.
45. Many words cut (or hurt) more than swords.
46. March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.
47. Marriage comes by destiny.
48. Marriage goes by contrasts.
49. Marriage is a lottery.
50. Marriage is a lottery with more blanks than prizes.
51. Marriage is the bloom or blight of all men's happiness.
52. Marriage makes or mars a man.
53. Marriage! Nothing else demands so much from a man!
54. Marry in haste, and repent at leisure.
55. Marry in lent, and you'll live to repent.
56. Marry your son when you will, your daughter when you .
57. Master should be sometimes blind and sometimes deaf.
58. Measure another's corn by one's own bushel.
59. Measure for measure.
60. Measure is treasure.
61. Measure thrice before you cut once.
62. Medicines are not meant to live on.
63. Men are mortal.
64. Men are not to be measured in inches.
65. Men, at some time, are masters of their fates.
66. Men know where they were born, not where they shall die.
67. Men love to hear well of themselves.
68. Men may meet but mountains never.
69. Men of courage, men of sense, and men of letters are frequent: but a true gentleman is what
one seldom seen.
70. Men too seldom see their own faults.
71. Mere words will not fill a bushel.
72. Merry is he that hath nought to lose.
73. Merry meet, merry part.
74. Method will teach you to win time
75. Mickle power makes many enemies.
76. Might is (or makes or overcomes) right.
77. Milk the bull/ram.
78. Milk of human kindness
79. Mills of God grind slowly but sure.
80. Miracles are to those who believe in them.
81. Mischief has swift wings.
82. Misers put their back and their belly into their pockets.
83. Misery acquaints men with strange bedfellows.
84. Misery loves company.
85. Misery makes strange bedfellows.
86. Misfortune comes on wings and departs on foot.
87. Misfortune is a good teacher.
88. Misfortunes come at night.
89. Misfortunes come on horseback and go away on foot.
90. Misfortunes (or Hardships) never (or seldom) come alone (or singly).
91. Misfortunes tell us what fortune is.
92. Misfortunes test the sincerity of friends.
93. Mock not a cobbler for his black thumbs.
94. Moderation in all things is the best of rules.
95. Modesty is not only and ornament, but also a guard to virtue.
96. Modesty is the ornament of woman.
97. Money answers all things.
98. Money begets (or breeds or gets) money.
99. Money borrowed is soon sorrowed
100. Money burns a hole in his pocket.
101. Money calls, but does not stay: It is round and rolls sway.
102. Money can buy the devil himself.
103. Money can move even the gods.
104. Money doesn't grow on trees.
105. Money has no smell.
106. Money is a bottomless sea, in which honor, conscience, and truth may be drowned.
107. Money is a good servant, but a bad master.
108. Money is neither good nor bad, but all depends on what use is made of it.
109. Money is often lost for want of money.
110. Money is something, but no everything.
111. Money is the key that opens all doors.
112. Money is the root of all evil.
113. Money is the sinews of war.
114. Money makes the mare go.
115. Money often unmakes the men who make it.
116. Money ruins many.
117. Money spent on the brain is never spent in vain.
118. Money talks.
119. Money talks, bullshit walks.
120. More die by food than by famine.
121. More haste, less speed.
122. More of our worries come from within than from without.
123. More than enough is too much.
124. More worship the rising than the setting sun.
125. Most things have two handles.
126. Mother's darlings are but milksop heroes.
128. Much cry and little wool.
129. Much water runs by the mill that the miller knows not of.
130. Much will have more.
131. Murder will out.
132. Music hath charms to soothe the savage beast.
133. Music is the eye of the ear.
134. Music is the medicine of the breaking heart.
135. Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.
136. My son is my son, till he hath got him a wife; but my daughter's my daughter all the days of