Proverb: “It is better to have stale bread at home rather than your neighbour having fresh bread” – in other words, you should only rely on your own things and capabilities than preoccupy yourself with what others have.
English: Bun, small loaf of bread.
Made bread rolls.
One who makes bread rolls
Bread rolls, buns. Plural of Bezzun
- wooden board used for kneading dough.
- Name of children’s game consisting in making nuts / coins / marbles roll down an inclined board.
- to dip (bread, biscuits etc) into soup, tea, etc
- To slice bread
Fragments, pieces, crumbs.
Maltese flat bread loaf (a); Another type of Maltese food similar to pizza (b)
a) Baker’s paddle b) Parentage, lineage.
The crust of a bread loaf.
a) to eat something with a lot of bread (in order to fill oneself). b) to eat sparingly. c) to avoid excess.
Exclamation: ‘The earth is made of bread and the sea of wine.’ – stated in surprise.
Expression: ‘Man does not subsist on bread alone’.
Proverb: ‘The ftira is best when it is still warm’ – one should grab the opportunity when it presents itself.
Proverb: ‘Give bread to those capable of eating it and work to those capable of performing it.’
The Holy Eucharist.
The dorsum of the foot.
A piece ( of bread, cheese etc)
Toasted bread, rusk.
Expression: ‘All that he sees is bread.’ – denotes someone who is famished.
The crumb of the bread.