malami

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Etymology[edit]

mal- +‎ ami

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Verb[edit]

malami (present malamas, past malamis, future malamos, conditional malamus, volitive malamu)

  1. to hate, dislike
    • L. L. Zamenhof, Homaranismo, Section 10,
      Neniam mi devas malami aŭ persekuti iun pro tio, ke lia kredo pri Dio estas alia ol mia.
      I must never hate or persecute anyone because his belief in God is different from mine.

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Hausa[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Arabic مُعَلِم (muʿalim, teacher).

Noun[edit]

mālàmī m (feminine mālàmā, plural mā̀làmai, possessed form mālàmin)

  1. teacher
  2. scholar
  3. official, supervisor

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