[mal-uh-seet] /ˈmæl əˌsit/
a member of a Native Canadian people of New Brunswick and E Quebec
the Algonquian language of this people
[mal-uh-zuh n, -suh n] /ˈmæl ə zən, -sən/ noun, Archaic. 1. a curse. /ˈmælɪzən; -sən/ noun 1. an archaic or poetic word for curse n. “a curse,” mid-13c., from Old French maleiçon “curse,” from Latin maledictionem (see malediction).
[maw-kin, mawl-, mal-] /ˈmɔ kɪn, ˈmɔl-, ˈmæl-/ noun, British Dialect. 1. an untidy woman; slattern. 2. a scarecrow, ragged puppet, or grotesque effigy. 3. a mop, especially one made from a bundle of rags and used to clean out a baker’s oven. 4. a cat. 5. a hare. /ˈmɔːkɪn; ˈmɔːl-; ˈmæl-/ noun 1. an archaic […]
[mawl; British also mal] /mɔl; British also mæl/ noun 1. Also called shopping mall. a large retail complex containing a variety of stores and often restaurants and other business establishments housed in a series of connected or adjacent buildings or in a single large building. Compare . 2. a large area, usually lined with shade […]
/ˈmælæm; -əm/ noun (W African) 1. (in Islamic W Africa) a man learned in Koranic studies 2. (in N Nigeria) a title and form of address for a learned or educated man