Ajruplan

Airplane.

Source: Italian

Plural: Ajruplani

Ajrustat

aerostat:  lighter than air aircraft that gains its lift through the use of a buoyant gas. Aerostats include unpowered balloons and powered airships.

Ambulanza

Ambulance.

Source: Italian

Plural: Ambulanzi

Arbulat (2)

il-mod kif qaddief Malti jaqdef bil-wieqfa u jħares ‘il quddiem.

 

Arka

Ark (boat).

 

Bagħat

To send.

Root: B-GĦ-T

Bajsikil

Bicycle.

 

Bakkar

English: woke up early before dawn; left early to make sure he arrived in due time.

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq: BKR

Balanza

Fishing smack, trawler.

Source: Italian

Ref: JA

Plural: Balanzi

 

Baliniera

Whaleship, whaler.

Ref: JA

Ballun ta’ l-ajru

English: Hot air balloon

ballun ta' l-ajru

Baqa’ magħna

Expression: Remained amongst us.

Baqa’ sejjer

English: Kept going

Baqgħa

1. Remainder, residue

2. Long stay at one place

3.  Agreement, final decision, conclusion, giving one’s word.

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq; B-Q-Għ

Baqqa

Għamla ta’ dinghi żgħira xi drabi b’qala.

English: Small flat bottomed dinghy sometimes with sail, resembles the luger

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq: B-Q-Q

Baqqa’ bis-sliema

Idjoma: Sellem qabel ma telaq; telaq fis-sliem

Idiom: Greeted before leaving; left in peace

Bark

English: Barque

Sors: Ingliż

Bark

Barkata

English: Boatload; boatful

Sors: Taljan

Barkazza

English: longboat

Sors: Sqalli

Barketta

Skiff, dinghy.

Ref: JA

Plural: Barketti

Barkobestja

“Three-masted schooner used for carrying wine in the Mediterranean.”

Ref: ESI