مالك

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Derived from the active participle of مَلَكَ(malaka, to own), from the root م ل ك(m-l-k).

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Adjective[edit]

مَالِك (mālik) (feminine مَالِكَة(mālika), masculine plural مُلَّاك(mullāk) or مُلَّك(mullak) or مَالِكُون(mālikūn), elative أَمْلَك(ʾamlak))

  1. owning, possessing, holding

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Noun[edit]

مَالِك (mālikm (plural مُلَّاك(mullāk) or مُلَّك(mullak) or مَالِكُون(mālikūn), feminine مَالِكَة(mālika))

  1. owner

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Proper noun[edit]

مَالِك (mālikm

  1. A male given name, Malik