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Alternative clues for the word malta
Valletta is its capital
Island near Sicily
Island south of Sicily
Former NATO Mediterranean headquarters
It became independent on 9/21/64
Mediterranean tourist destination
Smallest member of the European Union
Island once controlled by Carthage
Where St. Paul was shipwrecked, in Acts
Home of the Knights Hospitalers
Island country south of Sicily
В В Mediterranean cruise stop
It's north of Libya
Country just south of Sicily
Mediterranean island country
1945 conference site for Roosevelt and Churchill
Its coat of arms has a cross, but no falcon
Its one-euro coin depicts a cross
Island nation for which a distinctive cat is named
Country that includes the islands of Gozo and Comino
European country whose flag features a George Cross
Country with the smallest national capital in the European Union (about 9,000 people)
A republic on the island of Malta in the Mediterranean
Achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1964
A strategically located island south of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea
Where St. Paul was shipwrecked
Home of a certain cross
Island of some knights
Island of the Hospitalers
Its capital is Valletta
Locale of 1989 summitry
Its people were decorated for bravery: 1942
Mediterranean shipping center
Republic since 1974
Knights of ___
W.W. II's most-bombed island
Where Valletta is
Island of "Knights"
Its population was decorated for bravery: 1942
Neighbor of Gozo
Where Qormi is
A neighbor of Sicily
Knights Hospitalers' land
Word definitions for malta in dictionaries
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Malta \Malta\ n. A country on the island of Malta. An island south of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea.
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. A non-alcoholic carbonated malt beverage, popular in Latin America
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Mediterranean island, from Latin Melite, perhaps from Phoenician melita, literally "place of refuge," from malat "he escaped."
Word definitions in Gazetteer
Population (2000): 2120 Housing Units (2000): 1067 Land area (2000): 1.056791 sq. miles (2.737075 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 1.056791 sq. miles (2.737075 sq. km) FIPS code: 47425 Located within: Montana...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Malta (; ), officially known as the Republic of Malta , is a Southern European island country consisting of an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea . It lies south of Italy , east of Tunisia , and north of Libya . The country covers just over , with a population...
Usage examples of malta.
Lough Derg near their home, while 60 people, including neighbours, civil defence, and the Order of Malta have searched a five-mile radius around their home, including bogs and marl holes.
With a favourable wind I shall look into Malta for possible but improbable reinforcements and the latest intelligence from those parts, and then proceed to Durazzo and beyond for the purpose of strengthening royalists and of capturing or destroying Bonapartist or- privateering ships.
Most would like to emigrate, after hearing glowing reports from the Maltese Labour Carps and other crews from abroad of higher pay outside Malta.
It looks out over the Mediterranean to the islands of Comino and Malta.
Gozo, looking out over the island and across the sea to the small island of Comino and, beyond that, the large island of Malta.
It was a very old, converted farmhouse which commanded superb views over the island and across the sea to the tiny island of Comino and the big island of Malta.
You know the same thing was done for Saint Stephen of Florence, Saint George Constantinian of Parma, and even for the Order of Malta.
You know the same thing was done for Saint Stephen of Florence, Saint George, Constantinian of Parma, and even for the Order of Malta.
There is a good cargo of parts from stolen cars to be picked up in Malta for Naples, a delivery of girls to our agent in Latakia, and a quantity of base morphine to be collected by transfer off Izmir.
Now Paul and his traveling companion, a Gentile physician named Lucanus, easily forgot the terrors of their voyage from Palestine, which had ended in shipwreck on the coast of Malta, winter there, and transfer to the ship that had brought them to Puteoli.
President and I should meet at Oran in our respective battleships, and that the two Staffs should have a preliminary consultation of four days at Malta.
If Cyrus Harding was not mistaken in his calculation, the island had almost the extent of Malta or Zante, in the Mediterranean, but it was at the same time much more irregular and less rich in capes, promontories, points, bays, or creeks.
September 8, in accordance with Allied instructions, the main body of the Italian Fleet left Genoa and Spezia on a daring voyage of surrender to Malta, unprotected either by Allied or Italian aircraft.
Bucket, not unwelcome, has sat himself down next to Mr. George and taken Quebec and Malta on his knees.
Proceeding to converse on indifferent matters, they walk up and down the little street, keeping step and time, until summoned by Quebec and Malta to do justice to the pork and greens, over which Mrs. Bagnet, like a military chaplain, says a short grace.