Baħra

A fumigation.

Root: B-Ħ-R

Plural: Baħriet

Ref: JA

Baħħar (daħħan)

Daħħan, fewwaħ bil-bħur, inċensa

English: perfumed with incense

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq: BĦR

Baħħàr (daħħan)

min ibaħħar – idaħħan, jinċensa

English: someone who perfumes with incense

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq: BĦR

Beraq

  1. Lightning
  2. A type of fireworks which explodes in a series of flashes in quick succession

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq: B-R-Q

Beraq-murtali

 

Ċnisa

  1. Coal ember / ash
  2. Pieces of broken coal

Sors: Sqalli

Daqq iż-znied

Struck flint against each other to light a fire.

 

Daħħan

  1. To emit smoke
  2. to smoke
  3. To obscure, blur, darken

Għerq: D-Ħ-Ħ-N

Ddaħħan

A. To be engulfed in smoke. B. To be covered in soot.

Root: D-Ħ-N

Duħħan

Smoke.

Plural: Dħaħen

Dħaħen

Smoke (Collective plural)

Emissjoni

Emission; issue, putting into circulation.

Faħħam

To carbonise, to sear, to char.

Root: F-Ħ-M

Fernaq

To burn brightly.

Root: F-R-N-Q

Ffumiga

To fumigate.

Source: Italian

Fjamma

Flame.

Source: Sicilian

Plural: Fjammi

Fjammata

Blaze, flare-up.

Source: Italian

Plural: Fjammati

Flambò

Flambeau.

Source: French

Plural: Flambojiet

 

Foga

Fug, airlessness (in a room etc).

Source: Sicilian

Plural: Fogiet

Foku

Fire, blaze.

Source: Sicilian

 

Fumata

Smoke; cloud, puff of smoke.

Source: Italian

Plural: Fumati

 

Fumatur

Smoker.

Source: Italian

Plural: Fumaturi

Fumigar

To fumigate, disinfect with fumes.

Source: Italian

Fumigat

Fumigated (Adjective)

Fumigazzjoni

Fumigation.

Source: Italian

Plural: Fumigazzjonijiet

Fumuż

Smokey.

Source: Sicilian

Plural: Fumużi