English: Someone that suffers from cold; something that is inherently cold.
Expression: ‘rattled his teeth’ – denotes someone suffering from cold or fear.
Weather vane; ventilator in glass (usually on top of doors)
Warming of temperature, nice weather in winter.
To cool, to make cooler, to make fresher.
To freeze, become frozen.
a) Intense cold, ice, frost, chill. b) Icing (sugar).
To cause to shiver.
Idiom, LT = “The Cold in January is better than you” – means I fear you more than the January cold.
A. Very cold. B. figurative – Arrogant behaviour.
Expression: ‘that cracks the bones’ – stated of extremely cold weather.
To become dry, arid.
Proverb: January is cold, he clothes the barren land and disrobes the clothed land.
Light and small white clouds that appear around mid-August in Malta and provide much needed shelter from the scorching sun.