Broke or cut an object into many pieces; crushed; shredded
A. To snap. B. To make a cracking sound.
A. To be pounded. B. To be overcooked.
A. To be thrashed (wheat etc). B. To be scattered.
A. To be gobbled down. B. To be coarsely ground.
To shatter, burst; to enrage; to dilute excessively.
To hatch, to break the shell of an egg.
A shattering, breaking, bursting of something.
Smashed, crushed. Spoke in a manner which was difficult to understand.
Has a tendency to break, crumble.
To remove a pod, shell etc – to break the shell of an egg.
To remove shell, pod etc.
The act of breaking a shell of for example a nut or an egg; the act of hatching.
To erode, to gnaw away.
To demolish, pull down.
One who demolishes.
Having a tendency to be demolished, to crumble.
a) Ringing of cowbells. b) temporary loss of hearing as a cause of loud sound. c) cracking
a) to make a cowbell ring. b) to crack, split. c) to shake vigorously.
Word can also be stated as ġelġel or ġenġen.
To get cracked.