Abbuż

Abuse.

Source: Sicilian / Italian

Abbuża

To abuse.

Source: Italian

Adulterju

Adultery.

Source: Italian

Plural: Adulterji

Affettat

Adjective: Affected, artificial, pretentious, and designed to impress. Insincere.

Source: Italian

Plural: Affettati

Affettazzjoni

Behaviour, speech, or writing that is pretentious and designed to impress. Affectation.

Source: Italian

Plural: Affettazzjonijiet

Aggredixxa

To assault, attack.

Source: Italian

 

Aggressjoni

Aggression.

Source: Italian

Plural: Aggressjoni

Amorali

Amoral.

Source: Italian

Antagoniżmu

Antagonism.

Source: Italian

Plural: Antagoniżmi

Atroċità

Atrocity.

Source: Italian

Plural: Atroċitajiet

Avviela

To humiliate, to disgrace.

Source: Italian

Awdaċja

Audacity: A. a willingness to take bold risks. B. rude or disrespectful behaviour; impudence.

Source: Italian

Badbad

Rikeb bosta mogħoż, tingħad ukoll b’mod figurattiv għal raġel li jabbuża lin-nisa sesswalment.

English: The action of a ram, which in his role as a stud mounts and serves many goats. It is also used disparigingly to figuratively describe the behaviour of certain males towards women.

Bahat

Gideb, Għajjar, Żeblaħ, Maqdar il-ħaddieħor b’ħażen

English: lied about , criticised or ridiculed  someone else to undermine their reputation

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq: B-H-T

Baja

Offence, mockery.

Source: Italian