Traditional Maltese

Some articles on traditional maltese, maltese, traditional:

Sport In Malta - Culture - Traditions
... Traditional Maltese proverbs reveal a cultural preoccupation with childbearing and fertility "iż-żwieġ mingħajr tarbija ma fihx tgawdija" (a childless marriage cannot be a ... In Maltese folktales the local variant of the classic closing formula, "and they all lived happily ever after" is "u għammru u tgħammru, u spiċċat" (and they lived ... child will bear a representational birth mark (Maltese xewqa, literally "desire" or "craving") ...
Maltese Folklore - Weddings
... Traditional Maltese weddings featured the bridal party walking in procession beneath an ornate canopy, from the home of the bride's family to the ... The Maltese word for this custom is il-ġilwa ... New wives would wear the għonnella, a traditional item of Maltese clothing ...
Qala, Malta - Voluntary Groups in Qala - Menhir Qala Folk Group
... up to promote the local traditions and culture of the Gozitan and Maltese folklore, with special reference to the village of Qala and its history ... inauguration took place on 18 September 2004 in Ġnien il-Familja where a traditional Maltese night was organized with full co-operation of the Qala Local Council involving the ... Folklore Festival where the group was representing the Maltese Islands amongst other foreign groups such as those from Portugal, Italy and of course Slovenia ...

Famous quotes containing the words maltese and/or traditional:

    Well, Wilmer, I’m sorry indeed to lose you. But I want you to know I couldn’t be fonder of you if you were my own son. Well, if you lose a son it’s possible to get another. There’s only one Maltese falcon.
    John Huston (1906–1987)

    The traditional novel form continues to enlarge our experience in those very areas where the wide-angle lens and the Cinerama screen tend to narrow it.
    Daniel J. Boorstin (b. 1914)