Definitions

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  • proper noun A female given name, the female version of the title Malik ("King" in Arabic).

Etymologies

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From Arabic, ملكة ("queen").

Examples

  • Younger sister, Malika, is forced to take the steeper, three story side.

    Staff Pick #2

  • With a quiet whisper, “Oh help me, great goddess Tanit,” Malika is off.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Younger sister, Malika, is forced to take the steeper, three story side.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • With a quiet whisper, “Oh help me, great goddess Tanit,” Malika is off.

    Staff Pick #2

  • Neighbors complained about all-night parties and loudspeakers blasting out hard rock; the puritanical regime disapproved of the hashish smoking by some members of Cleaver's 15-member entourage, and were especially dismayed when Cleaver took up with a teen-age Arab girl called Malika while his wife Kathleen was away.

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  • Malika Zidane, mother of French soccer player Zinédine Zidane, who head-butted Italian player Marco Materazzi during the World Cup final after Materazzi allegedly called Malika, an Algerian immigrant, a "terrorist whore."

    Perspectives

  • While it's clear to all that Heather C. should have been eliminated after the main challenge, Malika falls on her icing spreader instead.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • At the Aubervilliers mosque, one women Malika - who does not wear the face veil - recalls Sarkozy speaking to a conservative Muslim group a few years ago -- when he was then France's interior minister.

    France's Veil Ban Goes into Effect

  • At the Aubervilliers mosque, one women Malika - who does not wear the face veil - recalls Sarkozy speaking to a conservative Muslim group a few years ago -- when he was then France's interior minister.

    France's Veil Ban Goes into Effect

  • "I don't enjoy cooking in a competitive environment," Malika tells the judges, actually interrupting a compliment.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

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