Ambassador Pony wins.
There's actually a joke that was going around a few years ago, revolving around the meaning of the word "Mente", about our previous prime-minister, José Sócrates. It only works in Portuguese, but I'll translate anyway. It goes more or less like this
[picture of Newton]
Mente génia (Genius mind)
[picture of Einstein]
Mente brilhante (Brilliant mind)
[picture of José Sócrates]
Mente muito (lies a lot)
Next phrase: Olhos que não vêm, coração que não sente.
Meaning in English:
- Take a long walk off a short pier.
- Beat around the bush.
- Out of sight, out of mind.
- If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.
EDIT: If you have any word/phrase requests, feel free to send me a PM.