Maltese lira was the official currency of Maltabefore the Euro.
It was the Lr ( Lira Maltijja )Maltese Liri
MaltaMalta, and maybe some other Maltese emigrants who still speak their native language even though they do not live in Malta.
the Maltese originated in Malta
Malta. ( its the same)
The Filfola Lizard, Maltese Ruby Tiger Moth, Maltese freshwater crabs, and Maltese honeybees are native to Malta.
Yes... Malta is officially the Republic of Malta (in Maltese: Repubblika ta' Malta)
The proper adjective for Malta would be Maltan or Maltese, as in Maltan culture or the Maltese language.
Someone who is from Malta is called Maltese.
Maltese (English) Maltin (Maltese Language)
If they are born there (or are naturalized citizens) they are Maltese.
The official languages of Malta are Maltese and English. However, Italian is typically spoken as well.Maltese, a Semitic-based language with a large quantity of Romantic insertions, and written in Latin alphabet.In Malta they speak the Maltese language, which is basically an Arabic dialect most closely related to Tunisian Arabic. It has however been heavily influenced by Italian and English, and only the core vocabulary is purely Arabic. If you see a page of Maltese, it looks like misspelt Italian with some English and some Arabic words.maltese (official) and english (official)Maltese and EnglishMaltese and English are the official languages of MaltaMaltese languageMalteseMaltese is the main language but most of the population speak some EnglishThey speak the language Maltese and in Malta it is called 'il-Malti'MalteseIt's Maltese.Yes English is the second language of Malta. Most of people can speak fluent Italian as well.Maltese Italian English.Maltese and English are the two main languages in Malta.Maltese People Speak Maltese (a.k.a Malti) & English, most of the people there know some Italian and French.
Maltese and English.
It is the Malta people
roża in Maltese
they are known as Maltese.
Citizens of Malta are called Maltese or in the native language Maltin.