king of help, one of the four sons of Saul (1 Chr. 8:33). He perished along with his father in the battle of Gilboa (1 Sam. 31:2).
[pawr-fuh-ree] /ˈpɔr fə ri/ noun 1. (Malchus) a.d. c233–c304, Greek philosopher. /ˈpɔːfɪrɪ/ noun (pl) -ries 1. any igneous rock with large crystals embedded in a finer groundmass of minerals 2. (obsolete) a reddish-purple rock consisting of large crystals of feldspar in a finer groundmass of feldspar, hornblende, etc /ˈpɔːfɪrɪ/ noun 1. original name Malchus. 232–305 […]
[mal-kuh m] /ˈmæl kəm/ noun 1. a male given name: from a Gaelic word meaning “disciple of Saint Columba.”. /ˈmælkəm/ noun 1. George. 1917–97, British harpsichordist masc. proper name, from Old Irish Máel Coluim “servant of (St.) Columba,” from máel “servant,” etymologically “bald, shorn, hornless,” from PIE base *mai- “to cut” (see maim).
- Malcolm iii
noun 1. died 1093, king of Scotland (1057–93). He became king after Macbeth
- Malcolm X
[eks] /ɛks/ noun 1. (Malcolm Little) 1925–65, U.S. black-rights activist and religious leader. /ɛks/ noun 1. original name Malcolm Little. 1925–65, US Black civil-rights leader: assassinated An African-American political leader of the twentieth century. A prominent Black Muslim, Malcolm X explained the group’s viewpoint in a book written by Alex Haley, The Autobiography of Malcolm […]