To loathe, detest.
English: Argument in the sense of oral disagreement; verbal opposition; contention; altercation
Sors: Sqalli: Argumintu
Ta’ sogħba aktar jew akbar; itqal, aktar diffiċli, aktar iebes (materjal), aktar gravi
English: Sadder, heavier, more difficult, harder (material), graver
Rancour, bitterness, spitefulness.
To cause hatred.
Espressjoni: anzjeta’, dwejjaq, ħsieb u inkwiet li wieħed jixtieq jeħles minnu.
Expression: LT: ‘a ball on his stomach’ – stated to describe an anxiety or worry that one wishes to get rid of.
Expression: ‘he remained with the staff in his hand’ – he worked for nothing, remained disappointed.
1. To rise in bubbles
2. To make a bubbling sound
3. To Chatter
4. To coo (Pigeon)
5. To make angry
English: Changed his mind, Got a sudden fit of temper
English: One who speaks in an alien tongue; grumbler, moaner.
A. To be restless, agitated. B. To oscillate, roll about. C. To be unsure, uncertain.
Light sob. Whimpering – also used to describe certain sounds made by lambs and sheep which sound like little cries.
Expression: denotes someone cursing his fate.
Expression: ‘He cried his heart out’
To make somebody angry, to mull over.