| Tharb |
Well behaved and has good manners. - continue reading ....
 
| Em•bai•ei |
‘He sold his mind and lost it’; used on a mad man that scares children whilst they bother him by walking behind him and clapping. Nowadays it is used to describe a person who does foolishly wild de - continue reading ....
 
| Da•oos |
A narrow passage way, Plural: dawa'ees, Mad'oos: hidden, Da'as: to hide, Da'sah: hide him / hide it. - continue reading ....
 
| Qa•sheem |
Idiot, stupid. - continue reading ....
 
| Em•zah•lag |
Tidy and neat person, or can be used to describe something renewed or refurbished. - continue reading ....
 
| Fan•gash |
Someone has died, can be used for somebody that is loathed or could be used humorlessly . - continue reading ....
 
| At•bah |
The smell of burned cloth or paper. - continue reading ....
 
| Em•dah•dah |
Short and fat. - continue reading ....
 
| Jan•gali |
Crude, uncivilized, wild, uncultured; used to describe people who display a marked lack of manners as defined by a given culture; used to describe behaviours deemed savage or inappropriate - continue reading ....
 
| Qu•Ou |
Pelvic bones, metaphorical expression used to refer to skinny bony person. - continue reading ....