malvat

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Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Catalan malvatz (nominative form), influenced by the participle endings -at, -ada; from Vulgar Latin *malifātius, which consists of malus (bad) and fātum (destiny), probably via Old Provençal malvat, malvada. Cognates include: Old French malvais, Italian malvagio.

Pronunciation[edit]

məɫ'βat

Adjective[edit]

malvat m (feminine malvada, masculine plural malvats, feminine plural malvades)

  1. evil, wicked, mean, bad

Synonyms[edit]