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From French mal (illness).

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Singular
Mal

Plural
Mals

Mal (plural Mals)
  1. (only in set phrases) Illness, affliction.
    a grand mal seizure
  2. (surfing) Contraction of malibu. (the longboard type of surfboard).

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Albanian Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia sq

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A substratum word, akin to Romanian mal.

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Mal m. (indefinite plural male, definite singular mali, definite plural malet)

  1. mount
  2. mountain

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Mal f. (plural mallen, diminutive malletje, plural diminutive malletjes)

  1. A device to help drawing shapes, a mold
  2. A device to help shaping objects in plaster or plastics etc.

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Mal m. (f & pl malle)

  1. funny, crazy, lacking common sense

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The adjective mal always refers to an aspect of a thing or person. It is the adjective form of the noun mallerd.

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From Old French mal, from Latin malus, derived from Proto-Indo-European *mel- (bad, wrong). Near cognates include Spanish malo and Italian male.

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Mal m. (plural maux)

  1. trouble, difficulty
    J'ai du mal à m'imaginer celà. (“I have trouble imagining that.”)
  2. pain
    J'ai mal à la tête. (“I have a headache.” Literally, “I have pain at the head.”)
  3. evil

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Mal

  1. badly
    C'est mal fait. (“It's done badly.”)

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Mal

  1. (in set phrases and limited constructions) bad
    bon an, mal an
    bon gré, mal gré
    Il est mal de [infinitive]
    C'est mal de [infinitive]

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mal

  1. times
    sechs mal sieben ist zweiundvierzig
    six times seven is forty-two6 × 7 = 42

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From mala (to purr).

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Mal n.

  1. purr
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See malur.

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Mal

  1. Accusative singular of malur.

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From Latin malus

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Mal

  1. bad
  2. evil

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Mal

  1. badly, poorly
  2. wrongfully, mis-

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Mal

  1. bad, badness, something bad
  2. evil
  3. illness
  4. pain, ache

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Mal m. inv.

  1. Apocopic form of male.

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Mal f.

  1. home, house

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Mal (m)

  1. template

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Latin malus.

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Mal

  1. evilly
  2. badly; poorly

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Mal m. (oblique plural maus, nominative singular maus, nominative plural mal)

  1. evil
  2. pain, suffering

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  • French: mal (adverb and noun)

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Mal [[Category:Patrono:Roa-ptg adverbs|Mal]]

  1. badly

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Portuguese Wikipedia has an article on:
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Mal (comparatives mais Mal, pior superlative o mais Mal)

  1. badly (faulty; not functional)
  2. erroneously, wrongly
  3. hardly

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Mal

  1. hardly

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Mal m.

  1. evil
  2. sickness

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From Patrono:Xdc[[Category:ro:Patrono:Xdc derivations|Mal]] *mala or *malwa (attested in 'Dacia Maluensis') (< Proto-Indo-European *molH-). Has an Albanian cognate, mal (mountain).

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Mal (plural maluri)

  1. shore

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From Proto-Slavic *malъ, from Proto-Indo-European *moh₁los.

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  • IPA: /mâːl/

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{{Patrono:Sh-adjective/script|mȃl}} (Patrono:Defin {{Patrono:Sh-adjective/script|mȃlī}}, Patrono:Compa {{Patrono:Sh-adjective/script|mȁnjī}}, Patrono:Sh-adjective/helperма̑л)

  1. small

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Patrono:Sh-decl-adj-1 Patrono:Sh-decl-adj-1 Patrono:Sh-decl-adj-1 Patrono:Sh-decl-adj-1

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  • IPA: [mäl], /mal/

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From Latin malus, derived from Proto-Indo-European *mel- (bad, wrong).

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Mal m. (apocopate, standard form malo)

  1. (before the noun) Apocopic form of malo. bad; evil

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The adjective form mal is only used before a singular masculin noun. In other positions, malo is used instead.

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Mal (comparative peor)

  1. badly; poorly

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Mal m. (plural males)

Singular
Mal m.

Plural
males m.

  • (Confirmation of this inflected form is sought) males
  1. evil; harm; a bad thing or situation
    de mal en peor — “from bad to worse”

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Mal c.

  1. moth
  2. wels catfish (Silurus glanis)

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Inflection for Mal Singular Plural
common Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Base form Mal Malen Malar Malarna
Possessive form Mals Malens Malars Malarnas

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Mal

  1. imperative of mala.
  2. present tense of mala.

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From Arabic مال (māl), property).

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Mal

  1. assets
  2. (slang) stupid person
  3. (slang) prostitute

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