Diminutiv ta’ għorfa
A. Annexe; a building joined to or associated with a main building, providing additional space or accommodation. B. Annexed, attached document.
English: Great meeting hall
Large room used for dining.
Closet used either as a spare toilet, boxroom or washroom.
A very small room or house.
A small rustic hut made from corbelled stone used for temporary shelter.
- Room on the roof, topmost room in a building.
- Rural building consisting of one room.
Plural: Għorof, għorfiet
a) A private room. b) A case with drawers. c) Meeting place for government ministers.
A. A drawing room. B. A large cube.
Room on the roof; usually used as a washroom or a store room.
Also known as: kamra tal-pranzu.
Also known as: kamra tal-ikel
A. Changing room in a theater. B. Any small and private room including toilet etc.
A small kitchen.
A. Kiitchen. B. Cuisine
Parlour, a sitting room in a private house.
A. Conservatory (a room with a glass roof and walls, attached to a house at one side and used as a sun lounge or for growing delicate plants.) B. a college for the study of classical music or other arts, typically in the continental European tradition.