Dħuli, Ferrieħi, Jaf imur man-nies
English: Friendly, Cheerful
Proverb: ‘It is better to learn that you have a hundred enemies than a friend who deceives you’
Proverb: ‘better a friend in the market than a hundred scudi in the chest.’
English: A Close friend; a sympathetic person.
One who receives preferential treatment; blue eyed boy.
Bniedem ferħan, ferrieħi, ħabib
English: Happy, joyful, friendly person
Espressjoni: Ħabib, wieħed li tista tafda fih
Expression: Friend, someone that one can rely on when the need arises
bi mġiba bħalkieku kienu aħwa
English: Like Brothers
Expression: became friendly, became a favourite
Proverb: ‘There are no friends in business’
Bride, girlfriend, fiancee.
Expression: ‘to eat tripe with..’ – being very friendly, was very close.
A. Clique. B. A small group of people.
Acquaintance, personal knowledge of someone.
Company: a person or people regarded as pleasant (or unpleasant) to be with.
or Kumpanju: Companion, fried, mate, pal.
Proverb: ‘Lend the key to your friend, and slowly slowly he will steal your lover!”
Insider, relative, close friend.