Mottoes J,K,L,M

 
Go to mottoes beginning with K or L or M

Jack and Jill went up the hill

Jist a teeny drap a Tay

Jist a wee drappie tea

Jist send a line tu let`s know ow,
Yu`um gwaine on

Joan sez set your sail to catch the wind

Joan the Wad sez
If you can't get what you want
Get married

Joan the Wad sez
Don't eat idle Bread

Joan the Wad sez
Don't put a good cargo in a poor ship

Jog on, jog on, the foot path way
And merrily treat the stile hey
Your merry heart goes all the day
Your sad times in a mile hey

Joy of temperance and repose
Slam the door on the doctors nose

Judge not a ship as she lies on the stocks

Junket is the dish of Devon,
A better dish is hard to find,
This is everyones opinion,
Excepting those who`re out of mind

Just Laid

Just start the day with a cup of Tay
Twill make your heart the lighter
Don't seek for care that is not there
And the world will all seem brighter

J W Humphrey & Son
Clean Low Bacteria Milk
Natures Best Food
At its Best
Go to mottoes J or L or M
Ka Pai

Keep yor face to the sunshine,
And the shadows will fall behind

Keep me on the dressing table

Keep your breath to cool the porridge

Kind hearts are more than coronets

Kind words are the music of the world

Kind words are worth much and cost little

Kind words never die

Kindness is a green hill by the side of a dusty road

Kiss and be kind the Fiddler is blind

Knowledge is the treasure of the mind

Kys ta shin (Time enough - Manx)
Go to mottoes J or K or M

Ladies all I pray make free,
And tell me how you like your tea

Laid to-day

Laith to bed, laith oot o't

Lang may yer lum reek

Lassies like glasses are gie brittle?

Last in Bed blows out the light

Laughter is like sunshine in the house

Let`s to bed, said sleepy head

Let those smoke now
Whi never smoked before
And those who always smoke
Now smoke no more

Let us be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate,
Still achieving, still persuing,
Learn to labour and to wait

Let whig & tory a' agree

Let's scatter flowers instead of thorns
The world is what we make it

Life has many shadows but tis the sunshine makes them

Life has no pleasure
Nobler than friendship

Life is a book of which
We have but one edition

Life is a gamble, win or lose,
So what`s the good of getting the blues

Life is an echo, it all comes back,
The good, the false, the true,
So give from your heart the best you can,
And the best wii return to you

Life is a struggle not a race,
A wise man keeps an even pace

Life is made of time, Don`t waste it

Life is mostly froth and bubble,
Two things stand as stone,
Kindness in another`s trouble,
Courage in your own

Life were not worth the living,
If no-one were the better,
For having met you on the way,
And know the sunshine of your stay

Little Boy Blue Come blow your horn

Little bodies have great souls

Little duties still put off,
Will end in never done,
Bye-and-bye is soon enough,
Has ruined many a one

Little Girl
Box of paints
Licked her brush
Joined the Saints

Little Miss Muffett sat on a Tuffett

Little ships must keep the shore larger vessels venture more

Live laugh and luff. You'll be dead long enough

Lives of great men all remind us,
We can make our lives sublime,
And departing leave behind us,
Footprints in the sand of time

Llaeth Y Fuwch
(The cows milk)

Long may you live Happy may you be Blessed
with content & from misfortune free

Look before you leap

Look to the future never mind the past

Look up not down
Look in not out
Look forward not back
Lend a hand 1682?

Lord give me skill to play a round
So good that even I
When telling of my brilliant play
May never need to lie

Lost time is never found

Love all, Trust a few
Do wrong to none

Love all
Trust but few
And always paddle
Your own canoe
Love him who gave thee the ring of gold
Tis he must kiss thee when thou art old
Love me little love me long

Love me love my dog

Love truth
Pardon errors

Love your enemies, trust but few,
And always paddle your own canoe

Lucky people have their days,
And those they choose,
Unlucky people have their hours,
And those they loose

Lucky pixie
Go to mottoes J or K or L

Make hay while the sun shines

Make new friends, But keep the old,
The first is silver, The second gold

Make the best of a bad bargain

Make use of me

Man wants but little here below
And isn't hard to please
But woman bless her little heart
Wants everything she sees

Man`s inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn

Many a ( batchelor ) ship has been wrecked

Many a batchelor ship has been wrecked on a permanent wave

Many are called but few get up

Many a man sends his wife away for a rest Because he needs it

Many a sorrow we forget,
Through pipe, cigar or cigarette

Many a true word is spoken in jest

Many friends few helpers

Many kiss the hand they want to see cut off

Mary Mary quite contrary

Masters two will never do

May a' thats guid attend ye

May blessings be showered upon the man
Who first devised this drink
That happens along at 5am
With a rapturous Clinkety clink

May all the hours be winged with joy

May all your days be filled with joy

May all your troubles be little ones

May the hinges of friendship never grow rusty

May the hunger of friendship never grow rusty
( This may have been a mistake at the pottery perhaps )

May the open hand be filled the fullest

May the skill of your hands build a bridge over time

May the wing of friendship never moult a feather

May they ever be united,
Our hearts, our hopes,
Our prayers, our tears,
Our faith triumphant o`er our fears,
Are all with thee

May we be kind
But not in words alone

May your joys be as deep as the ocean,
Your troubles as light as it`s foam

May you always be lucky And have a close shave

May you find that all life's troubles after all are only bubbles

May you live long enough
For your elbow to grow sharp enough
To shave your chin

May you never find a mouse in your cupboard,
With tears in it`s eyes

May your pleasures be many
Your troubles but few
May you find that all your troubles
After all are only bubbles

May you live as long as you want
And never want as long as you live

Men make houses, women make homes

Men think they Know but women Know better

Men were made of clay for women to make mugs of

Mind the carpet
Don't drop it on the carpet

Modesty only wrongs those that have none

Moments are useless
Trifled away
So work while you work
And play while you play

monies a mickle macks a muckle, de ye ken

Most of our troubles may be
Traced to our own faults

More haste less speed

Mor o can yw Cymru I gyd

Muffin's Muffins

My fairest child I have no song to give you,
No lark could pipe to skies as dull and grey,
Yet ere we part, one lesson I can leave you,
For every day, Be good sweet maid and let who will be clever
Do noble things, not dream them all day long,
And so make life, death and that vast forever,
One grand sweet song