an artificial mixture of chalk and clay for making into bricks.
a soft greyish limestone that crumbles easily
a chalky soil formed from this limestone
an artificial mixture of clay and chalk used to make bricks
[mal-moh; Swedish mahlm-œ] /ˈmæl moʊ; Swedish ˈmɑlmˌœ/ noun 1. a seaport in S Sweden, on the Sound opposite Copenhagen, Denmark. /ˈmælməʊ; Swedish ˈmalmøː/ noun 1. a port in S Sweden, on the Sound: part of Denmark until 1658; industrial centre. Pop: 268 971 (2004 est)
[mahm-zee] /ˈmɑm zi/ noun 1. a strong, sweet wine with a strong flavor, originally made in Greece but now made mainly in Madeira. /ˈmɑːmzɪ/ noun 1. a sweet Madeira wine n. c.1400, type of strong, sweet white wine, from Provençal malmesie or Middle Dutch malemesye, both from Medieval Latin malmasia, from Medieval Greek Monembasia “Monemvasia,” […]
[mal-nur-isht, -nuhr-] /mælˈnɜr ɪʃt, -ˈnʌr-/ adjective 1. poorly or improperly ; suffering from malnutrition: thin, malnourished victims of the famine. /mælˈnʌrɪʃt/ adjective 1. undernourished adj. 1906, from mal- “bad, badly” + nourished (see nourish). malnourished mal·nour·ished (māl-nûr’ĭsht, -nŭr’-) adj. Affected by improper nutrition or an insufficient diet.
n. 1899, see mal- + nourishment. malnourishment mal·nour·ish·ment (māl-nûr’ĭsh-mənt, -nŭr’-) n. Malnutrition.