Aberrazzjoni

Aberration, error.

Source: Italian

Plural: Aberrazzjonijiet

Alla ma għamlu

Expression: stated of something or someone that disappeared and we have no idea what happened.

 

Anomalija

Anomaly.

Source: Italian

Plural: Anomaliji

Bilokazzjoni

Bilocation, or sometimes multilocation: an alleged psychic or miraculous ability wherein an individual or object is located (or appears to be located) in two distinct places at the same time.

Bizzarr

Bizarre.

Sors: Taljan

Ċawla bajda (fig)

Expression: ‘white crow’ – denotes an oddity, rarity

Enigma

Enigma.

Source: Italian

Plural: Enigmi

Enigmatikament

Enigmatically.

Source: Italian

Enigmatiku

Enigmatic.

Source: Italian

Plural: Enigmatiċi

Eżoteriku

Esoteric.

Source: Italian

Plural: Eżoteriċi

Eżotiku

Exotic.

Source: Italian

Plural: Eżotiċi

Fenomenu

Phenomenon, wonder, marvel, wizard, extraordinary.

Source: Italian

Plural: Fenomeni

 

Ġennija

Extraordinary event that can drive someone mad.

Root: Ġ-N-N

Ġieb għajnejn wara widnejh

Expression: ’caused him to roll his eyes over his ears’ – stated of someone who remained incredulous about something that he heard or saw.

 

Għaġba

An act of wonder, an event that awes.

Root: Għ-Ġ-B

Plural: Għaġbiet

Għaġeb

Wonder, marvel, fuss, ado.

Root: Għ-Ġ-B

Plural: Għeġubijiet

Għaġeb

Freak (person).

 

Għaġġeb

To astonish.

Root: Għ-Ġ-B

Għorba

generic term for the strange or foreign.

Root: GĦ-R-B

 

Immanjetizza

A. To magnetise (Physics). B. To mesmerise.

Source: Italian

Immeravilja

To amaze, astound; to be amazed, astounded.

Source: Italian

Immeraviljat

Amazed, astounded.

Source: Italian

Plural: Immeraviljati