English: Ploughman’s stick, with which he used to prod the animal pulling the plough and also scrape the soil off the plough.
1. Taħlita ta’ xaħx, ġir u deffun magħġuna bl-ilma biex tinħadem fuq il-bjut jew fil-btieħi ħalli meta tagħqad u tibbies din tipproteġi l-art mill-ilma tax-xita. Qab. ma’ BATTAM – v. li jirriferi għal meta wieħed ibajjad il-ħajt ta’ bir eċċ., biex dan iżomm l-ilma milli jgħaddi mill-pori tal-blat. 2. Demel li jintefa’ fir-raba’ miżrugħ biex l-art tkun aktar fertili. Sorsi: J.A. u E.S.I.
Sprinkler, watering can.
- Heap of wheat / nuts etc to be threshed
- threshing machine
Pitchfork; large fork.
a) Mortar, cement. b) Water channel, conduit; raised edge of soil to divert irrigation or rain water. c) Type of stone moulding generally placed at the top of a facade close to the roof.
Small bell usually tied to something else such as a pet’s collar or a fishing line to ring when there is movement.
Shepherd’s staff – used as an aid for walking over difficult terrain and also to prod animals when necessary.
Also called Għarbiel taż-żwiel or Għarbiel tal-qamħ – Sieve used for sifting grain / chaff. it has 7 holes/inch and the holes are known as ‘għajnejn’ (eyes).
Also called Għarbiel taż-żwiel or Għarbiel tal-karfa – Sieve used for sifting grain / chaff. it has 7 holes/inch and the holes are known as ‘għajnejn’ (eyes).
Also called Għarbiel tal-qamħ or Għarbiel tal-karfa – Sieve used for sifting grain / chaff. it has 7 holes/inch and the holes are known as ‘għajnejn’ (eyes).
Branch stripped of its leaves, shoots etc and used as a staff or cane by shepherds.
- Sprig, sprout, twig.
- stick made from a branch of a tree, staff.
Ploughman’s stick (used to prod the animal pulling the plough as well as to clean the ploughshare.)
Rope or head gear tied to a beast such an ox, to restrain its movement.
Wooden hand reaper that is used to gather and bind sheaves of wheat etc.
A. Lattice, arbour. B. Large fishing float (used especially during fishing for dorado).
The handle of a plough.