Sejħa ta’ twissija
Qajjem Allarm,qajjem paniku, Ħasad
Tqajjim ta’ biża jew paniku
English: Apprehended –
Autophobia: also called monophobia, isolophobia, or eremophobia, is the specific phobia of isolation; a morbid fear of being egotistical, or a dread of being alone or isolated. Sufferers need not be physically alone, but just to believe that they are being ignored or unloved.
tingħad għal-lewn tal-wiċċ ta’ min hu marid sewwa jew imwerwer
English: Green as grass – said of someone who is very ill, or terrified
Expression: With his tail between his legs, subdued, afraid.
English: He was stunned
English: idiom: He was stunned, terrorised
English: Idiom: Remained motionless; speechless
Expression: ‘remained with a gaping mouth’ – stated of someone surprised, amazed.
Expression: LT=’feared for his own head’ stated of someone who saves his own skin; self interest.
Expression: LT=’scared of his own shadow’; coward.
Expression stated of someone cruel and fearsome.
Espressjoni: waħħax lill-kulħadd, tingħad għal xi wieħed tirann
Expression: ‘terrorised the land’
Idjoma: tingħad għal min issibu biss meta m’hemmx riskju.
Idiom: Good weather sailor – stated of someone who will only turn up when there is no risk
Caused someone to be, terrorised, instilled great fear in.
Expression: He wet himself with pee (either through laughter or fear).
Expression: ‘with the piss coming down’; stated of someone who is about to wet himself either through fear or laughter.