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  • Malkin — as a surname may refer to: Benjamin Heath Malkin (1769–1842), antiquary and author Chris Malkin (born 1967), English football player John Malkin (9th November 1921 19th May 1994), English football player for Stoke City Evgeni Malkin (born 1986),… …   Wikipedia

  • Malkin — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Arthur Thomas Malkin (1803–1888), englischer Bergsteiger und Schriftsteller Barry Malkin (* 20. Jahrhundert), US amerikanischer Cutter Chris Malkin (* 1967), englischer Fußballspieler Jewgeni… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Malkin — Mal kin, n. [Dim. of Maud, the proper name. Cf. {Grimalkin}.] [Written also {maukin}.] 1. Originally, a kitchenmaid; a slattern. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] 2. A mop made of clouts, used by the kitchen servant. [1913 Webster] 3. A scarecrow. [Prov.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • malkin — also mawkin, a slattern; woman of the lower classes, late 13c., from fem. proper name Malkyn, a dim. of Mault Maud (see MATILDA (Cf. Matilda)). Also attested from c.1200 as the proper name of a female specter. Sense of untidy woman led to meaning …   Etymology dictionary

  • malkin — [mô′kin] n. [ME malkyn, orig. dim. of Malde, Maud, dim. of Matilda] 1. [Now Brit. Dial.] a slovenly or sluttish woman 2. a mop 3. a scarecrow 4. a hare 5. a cat …   English World dictionary

  • Malkin — This unusual surname is of early medieval English origin. It derives from a female given name first recorded as Malkyn in 1297, a diminutive form of Malle , itself a nickname form of Mary . To Malle has been added the diminutive suffix kyn or kin …   Surnames reference

  • Malkin Bowl — The Malkin Bowl The Marion Malkin Memorial Bowl, or Malkin Bowl, is an outdoor theatre in Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Built in 1934, it was originally a two thirds size replica of the Hollywood Bowl. Allard de Ridder, then… …   Wikipedia

  • Malkin, Peter Zvi — (1927 2005)    Long time Mossad agent involved in the capture of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann. Born Zvi Malchin, either in Poland (according to his son Omer) or in British Palestine (according to his own website), he spent his childhood in… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • malkin — noun Etymology: Middle English malkyn servant woman, from Malkyn, diminutive of the name Maud Date: 1586 1. dialect chiefly British an untidy woman ; slattern 2. dialect chiefly British a. cat b. hare …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • malkin — /maw kin, mawl , mal /, n. Brit. Dial. 1. an untidy woman; slattern. 2. a scarecrow, ragged puppet, or grotesque effigy. 3. a mop, esp. one made from a bundle of rags and used to clean out a baker s oven. 4. a cat. 5. a hare. Also, mawkin. [1200… …   Universalium

  • malkin — noun /ˈmɔːlkɪn/ a) a lower class or uncultured woman Now she was strong enough to walk and watch them circling in the sky or to sit in the arbour at the end of the long lawn and, with the sunlight smouldering in her dark red hair and lying wanly… …   Wiktionary

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