Anterna li jkolla wieħed jew aktar mill-ġnub jitgħatta.
English: A type of lantern where one or more sides can be covered if needed. Similar to a signal lamp.
English: Magic lantern, projector
English: Beacon, lantern room, light house
Fanal fuq lasta li jinġarr fil-purċisjonijiet.
English: A lantern which is mounted on a stick and carried during religious processions.
- flash of light
- A flash of lightning
to dawn; to drizzle.
Daytime; during the day.
Shining. Particularly with regards to that of the stars or the eyes.
- Light bulb
- Glass dome cover of a clock or statue
Large chandelier used in churches and lit on Christmas night.
A form of candleholder.
Expression: ‘like a flash’ = very fast
To go dim, to go blurry (used of someone’s eyes).
Slit in oil lamp collar where the wick is placed.
Expression: ‘light of my eye’ equivalent to English expression apple of my eye.
Bliss in paradise.
Expression: ‘you can spot a farthing by the light of the moon’ – stated of a night typically on a full moon, where the light of the moon is abundant and easy to see wand find your way with.
Clarity of thought, wisdom, knowledge.
A small light. Diminutive of : Dawl.