Magi (a word for the three wise men) Mistletoe Mince meat Mince pies Mary Manger Milk (with a sign saying "for santa" Myrrh
yes this is a lancashire saying which basically means. so what? its very random.
The word witch means wise one in Saxon.
It's a German saying wise
Sabio means wise in Spanish
It means wise and wonderful
The saying 'where ignorance is bliss,'tis folly to be wise' means that one is more comfortable if he does not know something.
A wise old saying is a proverb
A word to the wise is sufficient is an idiom that means that wise people will understand things when they are hinted at and don't necessarily need a full explanation. Many words won't fill a bushel is an idiom that means that sometimes saying to much is overkill. If you are referring to the quote by Benjamin Franklin that goes "A word to the wise is enough and many words won't fill a bushel", he is just saying that wise men don't need a full explanation of things and sometimes to many words doesn't help you come to a conclusion.
Witch comes from "Wica," which means "wise one."
In the language of Shakespeare, the word saw refers to a wise guy. It can also be a wise saying, and was used throughout his work.
мудрый: Mudryy, is the Russian word for wise. There is no name though.