Who Said Time and Tide Wait for No Man?


It is uncertain who came up with the phrase 'tide and time wait for no man'. The earliest record is seen to be from St. Marher, 1225. The original version is 'tide nor time tarrieth no man' and it means time is precious and should not be wasted because no one is powerful to stop time from running.
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