| 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 ....
 
| Shay•bat al•nakh•ra |
An expression used when an old man is doing something inappropriate for his age. - continue reading ....
 
| Ter•6an•qi |
An expression to demean a person who they have little or no respect for. - continue reading ....
 
| San•son - En•a•yah |
Metaphorical description to describe a person with weak personality and not capable of making his own decisions.Sanson: mucus, En'ayah: sheep. - continue reading ....
 
| En•a•yah |
Female sheep. - continue reading ....
 
| Daf•at - Mar•di - wa - Al•hawa - Shar•ji |
- papyrus pole used to push or steer the boat in shallow water, and wind coming from east will boost boat speed.- used when a person is going to west and they wish him a wind coming from east so th - continue reading ....
 
| Shaikh - Al•tho•ban |
A descriptive name given to describe big green flies. Shaikh: used to designate an elder of a tribe, Althoban: Flies. - continue reading ....
 
| Ath•wal |
Cattle disease that causes staggering and disorientation. Also it is used to describe a an idiot or a person who is seem to be always confused or at a loss. - continue reading ....
 
| Mu•sa'•wai |
Skinny or scrawny - continue reading ....