Baraxx

Barrage (military).

Source: English

Plural: Baraxxijiet

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

 

Blast

Bomb blast.

Source: English

Plural: Blastijiet

Blast

Blast.

Sors: Ingliż

Bumbardament

Bombardment.

Sors: Taljan

Plural: Bumbardamenti

 

Demolizzjoni

Demolition.

Source: Italian

Plural: Demolizzjonijiet

 

Dinamite

Dynamite.

Source: Italian

 

Erruzzjoni

Eruption.

Source: Italian

Plural: Erruzzjonijiet

Faqqa’

To burst, to strike, to explode something; to make a short loud slapping noise, to click.

Root: F-Q-Għ

 

Faqqiegħ

Something that causes bursting; one who makes short frightening noises; children’s game that involves blowing up a piece of folded paper and bursting it with a bang.

Root: F-Q-Għ

Fulminanta

Explosive powder, primer.

Source: Sicilian

Plural: Fulminanti

 

Fulminella

Type of gunpowder explosive that was used to crack rock.

Source: Italian

Plural: Fulminelli

Ġelatina

a) Gelatin. b) Gelignite, dynamite.

Source: Italian

Plural: Ġelatini

Ibbumbarda

To bombard.

Source: Italian

Kanunata

Cannonade.

Source: Italian

Plural: Kanunati

Kaxxa infernali

“The infernal box”, literally translated is the name given to the culmination of popular fireworks shows.

 

Tar fl-ajru

Sploda (wkoll bla ħoss)

English: Explode

Ħamiema tal-ġokdifoku

Handheld firework similar to a flare but also emits a loud noise while burning.