23 Spanish Proverbs about HeadAll Spanish Proverbs | Proverbs about Head
1. He who marries a widow will often have a dead man's head thrown in his dish.
2. After breaking my head you bring plaister.
3. As mony heads, as mony wits.
4. Be not a baker if your head is butter.
5. Better be the head of a rat than the tail of a lion.
6. Eating sets the head to rights.
7. He who has no head wants no hat.
8. He who has to deal with a blockhead has need of much brains.
9. If you want to be dead, wash your head and go to bed.
10. It is a loss of soap to wash the ass's head.
11. No wonder if he breaks his head who stumbles twice over one stone.
12. Tell her she is handsome, and you will turn her head.
13. Where MacGregor sits at the head of the table.
14. Who gives what he has before he is dead, take a mallet and knock that fool on the head.
15. You have broken my head and now you bring plaister.
16. Let not the tongue utter what the head must pay for.
17. To lather an ass's head is only wasting soap.
18. He that marries a widow will often have a dead man's head thrown into the dish.
19. The stolen ox sometimes puts his head out of the stall.
20. Let your heart guide your head in evil matters.
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