A. Rough. coarse. B. Stern, ruthless.
English: Produce of non-irrigated land.
Artab u tari bħall-bajtar
English: ‘fig like’ – soft and tender like figs
2. figuratively also used to describe someone who is very thin
English: Musket ball, shot, bullet, canon ball – any ball like object
English: Plump person with cheerful face
1. To rise in bubbles
2. To make a bubbling sound
3. To Chatter
4. To coo (Pigeon)
5. To make angry
English: Cow like in appearance or behaviour – figuratively also used as an adjective to describe a fat clumsy person.
English: Twist, Bend, Curve, Curl
English: Like an onion (in shape or appearance)
English: Animal with short tail, perhaps cut – or with no tail at all
Idjoma: baħar kalm ħafna; Baħar abjad
Idiom: LT = “the sea is like curdled milk” – denotes a very calm sea.
Plastered (a wall)
Made something out of felt, or look like felt.
Looks like / feels like felt
Like an apricot.
Of a short and stout nature.
Belonging or pertaining to the woods, woody.
Anthing that is cylindrical and hollow such as a pipe, gun barrel etc.
Fennel like in form, scent or taste