Maltese (Maltese: Malti) is the national language of Malta and a co-official language of the country alongside English. It is descended from Siculo-Arabic, the extinct variety of Arabic that developed in Sicily and was later introduced to Malta. Maltese has always been written in the Latin script, the earliest surviving example dating from the late Middle Ages. It has severl unque special characters with a single dot on top (Ċ ċ Ġ ġ Ż ż) and the h with a horizontal line (Ħ ħ).
|raġel tal-grotta||cave man|
|ilma ta 'taħt l-art||groundwater|
|wied niexef||dry valley|
|Topografija karstika||karst topography|
|pont naturali||natural bridge|