Basalt

English: Basalt rock

Sors: Taljan

basalt

Baża

Wide quadrangular stone for building.

Source: Sicilian

Ref: JA

Blajjet

Great quantity of rocks of all shapes and sizes.

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq: B-L-T

Blajta

Small rock. Diminutive of Blata.

Blat

Rocks.

 

Blat bil-qigħan

Rocks with large fissures which are easy to cut as quarry stones.

Also known as: Fraglu

Ref: JA

Blat imqaxxar

Fraible rock (geology)

Ref: JA

Blat qargħi

Stone of bad quality, unsuitable for building.

Ref: JA

Brajjeġ

A small heap of stones.

Diminutive of borġ.

 

Bram tal-ħaġar

Rock vein; crack, fissure in rocks.

 

Bsisa

Very small gravel, which is separated from dust with a sieve and is used in roofing.

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq: B-S-S

Ċagħak

Pepple, Pebbles.

Sors: Sqalli

Plural: Ċagħkiet

Għerq: Ċ-Għ-K

Ċampla

Flat and heavy piece of marble or metal.

Plural: Ċampli

Ċanga

  1. Beef
  2. Large and rough stone used to sit on or place something on it.
  3. Stone counter used by butchers.

Sors: Sqalli

Plural: Ċangiet

Ċangun

Large building stone.

Sors: Sqalli

Plural: Ċnagan

Ċappella

Round flat stone. Figuratively also a stout, plump woman

Sors: Sqalli

Plural: Ċappelli

Ċgħajki

Anything that is similar to pebbles in form or texture.

 

Ċpajpella

Diminutive of Ċappella (round flat stone) ; fig: handsome and voluptuous lady.

 

Deffun

Sherds of pottery used for the roofing of buildings.

Root: D-F-N

Faħam

Coal.

Root: F-Ħ-M