ddejjaq

MalteseEdit

Alternative formsEdit

  • iddejjaq (after a consonant, mostly also after a pause)

EtymologyEdit

Root
d-j-q

From a merger of Arabic تَضَيَّقَ(taḍayyaqa) and تَضايَقَ(taḍāyaqa), both from ضَيِّق(ḍayyiq, narrow).

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

ddejjaq (imperfect jiddejjaq)

  1. mediopassive of dejjaq:
    1. (rare) to be narrowed; to become narrower
    2. to be bored, displeased, annoyed, depressed